Model # LED12DBR30/827

Internet #203670154

GE 75W Equivalent Soft White  BR30 Dimmable LED Light Bulb-DISCONTINUED

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75W Equivalent Soft White BR30 Dimmable LED Light Bulb-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The future of lighting is here. GE energy smart LED directional bulbs deliver the technology and flexibility to make the most of your living spaces. GE energy smart LED indoor floodlights provide a broad beam of light in track and recessed fixtures. These bulbs offer an energy-efficient, long-lasting indoor lighting solution, perfect for hard-to-reach sockets that are frequently left on.

  • Light output: 750 lumens
  • Energy used: 12 Watts
  • Life hours: 25,000 hours
  • 75 Watt replacement uses only 12 Watts
  • Lasts 22.8 years based on 3 hours per day usage
  • Estimated yearly energy costs $1.45 based on 3 hours per day $0.11 per kWh
  • $173 in energy savings over the life of the bulb based on 3 hours per day usage
  • R30 Indoor floodlight with medium base for use in directional fixtures such as recessed can lighting
  • 2700K soft white light appearance
  • Energy star qualified
  • 1 bulb per package

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Additional Lamp Purchase As you have probably concluded this was an add on to a previous purchase to maintain a match. I have a couple of these lamps that are now a year old and I am satisfied with their performance thus far. GE has offerings on a 65 watt equivalent through warehouse stores that is much more affordable which I currently employ in other house areas. The light of the newer option is slightly warmer by comparison even though they both have the 2700K spec. As with the industry they have a initial adopter price penalty so value statements are relative. One positive is that the LEDs are much better then CFLs in lifespan and quality of light. November 13, 2013
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