Rated 4.6 out of 5Â by 24
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Becky best purchase ever
these are the best light bulbs every they are so bright and amaing, we put these in our front patio lights and we live in an area with no street lights ir anything and these light up aour whole front porch and half of the front area of our grass. we will be buying more for around our house. very impressed with their perormance, and weve had them more then a month now and we have our outside lights on all night and the energy bill actually went down 10 dollars, these bulbs do not get hot at all. i would deffinately recommend these to anyone and i already have.
July 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DJC3 Bright Idea
Like most everyone else I have seen a bazillion ads about transitioning to LED bulbs. And so when the Bathroom vanity lights needed to be replaced I switched to these. I did not purchase the higher priced brand. I asked about this brand from a customer and a store employee who both use them and they seemed happy with it. So I followed suit. I prefer the brightness and hue of daylight rated bulbs for things like the bathroom and reading. So far so good. The real test will come in how long they last. If they indeed have the long life indicated on the packaging then the overall rating will be upgraded to EXCELLENT.
September 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by alexsian significanlty brighter white than the 60w CFL's they replaced!
i've had cfl's in my house for decades, so it took me a long time to convince myself to try LED's because they have been expensive for a while. this 2-pack finally brought the price to a point where i was willing to try them, and man am i sure glad i did! as i write this review its the beginning of summer... my cfl's would take a while to warm up to full brightness in the winter... I suspect that these LEDs will not have that same problem, and if I'm right, I will be replacing all my CFL's with LED this winter!
July 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Guiknot Light my way Please
The advent of lighting technologies in other forms than incandescent has presented a dilemma for the consumer. Which bulb is right for the job at hand. Incandescent, Halogen, LED, and CFL are the common choices, leaving exotics to the professionals.
Lumens ( the unit of luminous flux, equal to the luminous flux emitted in a unit solid angle by a point source of one candle intensity.) or basically more lumens more light.
Halogens are most akin to incandescent harsh crisp lighting, LED are the next least harsh light, but still directional and of course the CFL are omni-dtrectional and least harsh, least defined of for rays.
The LEDs I choose were for hallway use not a lot of light required just enough.
They worked fine and lowered energy cost increased lumens at lower watts.
August 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by sm753 Good LED bulbs for the price
These LED bulbs came out to be about $8 each, which is a pretty good price for LED bulbs.
My only complaint: these are NOT daylight temperature/color bulbs. It's a harsh white/blue light. If you use these bulbs, use only in fixtures where there's a cover over the bulbs...otherwise I think they may be blinding...
September 7, 2014