Model # BPG25/LED/RP

Internet #203434264

Feit Electric 25W Equivalent Soft White (3000K) G25 LED Light Bulb

Feit Electric

25W Equivalent Soft White (3000K) G25 LED Light Bulb

  • Ideal for use in vanity strip lights and bath fixtures
  • Fits standard (medium) sockets
  • LED consumes minimal electricity
$1099 /each
(limit 35 per order)

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Product Overview

LED bulbs from the Accent line are ideal as accent lighting, short distance illumination and perfect for your bath or vanity. Use to illuminate objects at short distances. LED technology uses LEDs instead of filaments, therefore it produces no heat. LEDs use 88% less energy and last up to 25,000 hours. They are also ROHS Compliant.

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Are these dimmable?

Asked by: Hsm
Yes, the bulbs are dimmable.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-05-19
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Customer Reviews

25W Equivalent Soft White (3000K) G25 LED Light Bulb is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mixed review Good LED light at this point in time. LEDs will get better and cheaper as time goes on, just like CFL (compact fluorescent) bulbs did. CFLs started out at ten bucks a bulb or more, but they now average a buck and a half a bulb (in 6-packs). Tungsten bulbs, which can be had at four for a buck at the dollar store, are about 8% efficient, meaning that about 8% of the energy it uses is converted to light. CFLs produce 4X more light per watt than tungsten, while LEDs produce about 75X more light per watt than tungsten. It's always a tradeoff between initial cost vs. operating cost. This bulb: 1.7 watts = 150 lumens. Mathematically, 150 lumens is closer to the light output of a 20 watt tungsten bulb, but it looks brighter than that because the light from this bulb is "whiter" (3000°K) than the reddish light of a 25 watt tungsten bulb (2400°K). PROs: • Looks like a "regular bulb" (not the ugly "LED stick" that's more commonly available). • Quick start (full brightness immediately, unlike many CFL bulbs). • Cheap to run (FOUR of these bulbs use less electricity than a regular 7 watt night light). • No flicker (CFLs also have no flicker, but old fluorescent lights, like the ones in your office, turn on and off 120 times a second). CONs: • Not dimmable (it's either full brightness or off). • Expensive to buy (currently [early 2013] ten bucks a bulb, but will come down with time; LEDs will probably follow the CFL price curve, meaning it'll be half this price in a couple of years). • A two-trip purchase (one trip to see that it's NOT carried in the store, and the second trip to pick it up after you order it online). Suggestion for the maximum bang per buck: Use LEDs for lights that are on 24/7, like security lights. Use CFLs for lights that are on 3-4 hours a day, like in your living room and bedroom. Use regular tungsten bulbs for lights that are on less than an hour a day, such as closet lights.
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from wording on bulb shows -- is not shown on images on this site There is copy explaining that the bulb can not be used with a dimmer. The copy is ON the glass and wraps 100% around so it shows. I don't understand this. It is not a sticker. It is permanent on the glass. I bought this one as a test before buying more for an eight light "hollywood" light that was in the house when we moved in recently. Because of type, I may not order the remaining seven. Bulb is bright. No dead spots like on some LED bulbs.
Date published: 2014-11-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LED bulbs The bulbs are ok but the writing on the bulb is very noticeable and does not look good. They would be perfect if the words were not on the bulb at all or at least not in black. Could be printed in another shade of white or again not at all.
Date published: 2015-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wording on Bulbs Ruins Them I bought these to place in bathroom fixtures where the bulbs will be exposed. For some innane reason they decidied to place wording all around the bulb that when lit the lettering becomes dark and completely ruins the appearance of the bulb. I am returing the ones I bought.
Date published: 2014-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product. The light was brighter than the 65 watts I was using and is much more economical.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great G25 bulb I usually do not write reviews, but I just replaced ALL indoor and most outdoor bulbs in my home with LEDs, and I wished there were more reviews because some LEDs worked well and others did not. These lower Watt (25W) G25 LEDs work great in my 6-bulb bathroom fixture. Other bulbs are just too bright, considering it is a 6-bulb fixture. The light from these is actually nicer than the incandescents they replaced, and my wife and I can see more facial details. A very nice G25 bulb, and already a great value for LEDs.
Date published: 2014-01-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unsuitable product These bulbs have a band of opaque lettering that says "SUITABLE FOR DAMP LOCATIONS" in both French and English around the illuminated part of the globe. The lettering is very visible when the bulbs are illuminated.
Date published: 2015-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Light My bathroom 10 light fixture bar went from 400 watt (10x40) consumption to 17 watts (10x1.7). I also have these in my 14 light bar in the master bath . These are great lights with a good color spectrum . Using CFL and LED lights through out the house , my PG&E bill was $105 for October 2013 . 3 occupants in a 2600 square foot house . Best of all , I don't have to be the light police anymore !
Date published: 2013-11-12
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