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GE Reveal 60W Equivalent Reveal (2,700K) A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb
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GE Reveal

60W Equivalent Reveal (2,700K) A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb

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GE reveal LED technology brings the true beauty of your home to life by filtering out dingy yellow tones, unlike ordinary incandescent bulbs, instantly. GE reveal LED bulbs illuminate a color enhanced spectrum of light with the added benefits of long-life, up to 75% energy savings, dimmable, and instant brightness. Use general purpose GE reveal LED bulbs to create enhanced, vivid surroundings in your home. Switch on the true beauty of your home today, with GE reveal LED light bulbs. GE reveal light brings your home to life.

  • Brightness: 680-Lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.32 (based on 3 hours/day, 11¢/kWh. cost depend upon rates and use)
  • Life: 13.7 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (reveal)
  • Energy used: 11-Watt (equivalent to a 60-Watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 61.8
  • Uses 75% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Ideal for use in table lamps, floor lamps and other general lighting applications
  • Reveal enhanced spectrum light brings out colors and patterns that may normally go unnoticed
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Is it safe to use a GE LED General Purpose bulb in a ceiling fan (with open upward cups)?

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February 11, 2015
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The LED bulbs for ceiling fans are smaller in size and have lower light output. The standard LED will work; however, it will be brighter and may not fit the shade as well as the smaller ceiling fan LED.
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It should be, as long as the fixture isn't closed. It is a heavy bulb, just to let you know.
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I prefer LED bulbs in ceiling fans because they don't produce heat like incandescent or cfl bulbs. Go for it!
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Why are the lumens (570) so low compared to Cree and Phillips (800)?

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Also, be aware that the drop in Lumens affects the "ENERGY STAR Certified" rating. Even thought this is a LED bulb it is not a qualified product if you are applying for Energy Star incentives/rebates.
Link to Energy Star Certified bulbs: https://www.energystar.gov/productfinder/product/certified-light-bulbs/results
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It has to do with the coatings that they use on the bulb to achieve their CRI (Color Rendering Index). Read this article:
http://www.cnet.com/news/shining-a-light-on-high-cri-led-bulbs/
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Is it safe to use a GE LED bulb labeled "General Purpose" in a ceiling NSTEAD of a GE LED bulb labeled "Ceiling Fan"?

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December 30, 2014
In other words, is there an actual physical difference between the two? If not, why does GE label them separately instead of just including "ceiling fan" under the list of general purpose uses on the packaging?
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I would think as long as it's an open fixture and not above the recommended wattage it would be OK.
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60W Equivalent Reveal (2,700K) A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 45.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Inaccurate Color Rendering I many rooms, this bulb would probably be fine which probably accounts for mostly positive reviews. But if you have and hues of golds or yellows on your walls you'll notice a big difference in the bulbs you use. The whole point of GE's Reveal line is to render colors more accurately than other bulbs. That means avoiding the sickly bluish cast of some LEDs and fluorescents, and controlling the yellow cast of standard incandescents. Unfortunately this throws very yellow light. I know that because I have Reveal incandescent bulbs in two other lamps in my living room, have had a Reveal CFL in a third lamp in the same room, and just replaced that CFL with this LED Reveal. It makes my walls look yellow when in fact they are a soft gold/beige. The other Reveal bulbs get the color pretty accurate but the Reveal LED isn't even close.
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compared to Cree TW For several years I have used incandescent GE Reveal light bulbs in my kitchen and living room. Knowing that incandescents would eventually be banned, I have spent several hundred dollars trying to find a replacement for them, and as yet there is none. The closest contenders are the GE LED Reveal and the Cree LED TW bulbs. To the best of my knowledge they are both only available at Home Depot and they are not available at my local store, I have to order them online. First, the reason I like the original (incandescent) GE Reveal bulbs is that they make my house look so much better. I have lots of wood in my living room and the original GE Reveal bulbs give the wood a very rich and warm natural glow. Also, one bulb (150 watt or 200 watt) would light my living/dining room. These bulbs were also great as over-the-counter lights in my kitchen, giving food a very appetizing appearance, as well as providing the light needed for detail work or for reading. Apparently the reason for these enhanced capabilities is that the incandescent GE Reveal bulb has a neodymium coating and that helps it to filter out dingy yellow light. Now that the GE Reveal incandescents are no longer available I have spent a lot of time and money searching for suitable replacements. Both the LED GE Reveal and the LED Cree TW bulbs also have this same neodymium coating making them both good choices, but they still fall short in many ways compared to the incandescent bulb, but I believe these are the only LED bulbs to offer the neodymium coating, and they are the only bulbs that are acceptable to me. Color: Neither bulb matches the color of light from the incandescent Reveal bulbs. The GE LED Reveal comes much closer that the Cree LED TW in providing a pleasing color of light. However the Cree LED TW claims to have a CRI (color rendering index) of 93 which means the colors in your house will look almost exactly the way they are supposed to look. A score of 93 is higher than any other LED bulb I have found. The GE LED Reveal has a CRI of 90, which is somewhat less but to me the color is actually better. It gives a slightly warm tint to colors without using yellow tint. The wood in my living room and the food in my kitchen look better using GE LED Reveal lights. The Cree bulb is more accurate but the GE is more pleasing in my opinion. Output: The Cree wins this one. It has an output of 800 lumens compared to 570 lumens for the GE LED Reveal. Indoor/Outdoor: The Cree can be used outdoors, the GE Reveal is indoor only. Enclosed: The Cree can be used in enclosed fixtures, the GE Reveal can not. Dimmable: They both claim to be dimmable, I have not tested either one. Omni-directional: In my garage and basement I have overhead bare bulbs for lighting. The GE LED Reveal is definitely NOT a good choice for this type of lighting, the Cree is much better. In fact the Cree is much better at this than any LED or CFL bulb I have tried, but not as good as an incandescent. Life: Cree 22.8 years. GE 13.7 Warranty: Cree Limited 10 year. GE 1 year Conclusion: I have wasted hundreds of dollars looking for the best bulbs for my needs. These 2 bulbs come the closest to meeting my needs. Neither one is perfect, I recommend buying both and using them where they work best. The GE LED Reveal works best in the living room and over-the-counter fixtures in the kitchen, the Cree works best in enclosed fixtures and most other places.
Date published: 2014-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great LED bulb that is bright This new Reveal LED bulb is very bright. Even though it is 570 Lumen compared to 630 lumen of a Reveal Incandescent, it looks brighter and whiter to me. So much so my wife did not like it in the living room floor lamp. If you are looking for a good replacement of a 60 watt incandescent, this is an excellent choice as it produces a lot of light in a great color range. If you want a more subtle light output you need to go with an LED with less watt equivalence. A couple of items to note: The bulb only produces light from the top half of the product (the translucent dome); the dome itself is cool to the touch but the base gets hot; it uses slightly more energy (11 watts) than other competitor LED bulbs (as low as 9 watts); it is slightly more expensive than competitor products but it is new and hopefully prices will come down. It is very similar in size and shape of a regular A19 bulb, although a bit shorter and the bulb circumference is wider, so it should fit in most any product with an A19 base. Overall I am very pleased with this product and recommend it as a great replacement for a standard incandescent bulb.
Date published: 2013-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great LED; not too cool, not too warm I was curious about GE's claim that the Reveal bulb filters out yellow tones and enhances blues and reds, and it's true. My greige/greenish walls tend to look more yellow under most bulbs, but they appeared true to color under the Reveal's light. Also my artwork colors definitely popped. I am impressed that the bulb manages to tone down yellow hues without appearing too cool (I prefer bulbs with color temp of 3000K or less, and this was 2700). For people who really like a candlelight effect of very warm-toned bulbs, this might be too cool, but I think that the true-to-color effects of the Reveal would be ideal for any task lighting, for highlighting artwork, for kitchens and baths, and for closets.
Date published: 2013-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Light and Great Savings What a great bulb. I originally placed the bulb in a floor lamp that is next to my desk that has an adjustable arm. The bulb is very heavy and would pull the arm down over the course of the day so I moved it to a regular table lamp and the bulb is great, lots of light very bright but much better coloring than the daylight CFL bulbs that have a blueish cast to them. This not as yellow as the warm lights so I really consider this to be a soft white. Great for reading. As my eyes age, I find that I need more light for small print and this bulb has helped me to not need my reader glasses. :)
Date published: 2013-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great light output! This is one really cool alternative to a compact fluorescent bulb. Only consumes 11 watts of electricity with the light output of a 60 watt bulb...but the key difference between this and a compact fluorescent is that LED's have an instant-On light output. The moment you flip the switch the light is on and is the full bright color it always is. With compact fluorescent bulbs there's about a half a second delay before light appears, and it can take up to 1 whole minute in some cases to reach full light output and proper color. I really love the natural GE Reveal light since I have this bulb in my closet, it really makes colors look their best. But I think what makes this light bulb most worthwhile is the fact that it is dimmable. The majority of compact fluorescent bulbs on the market are not compatible with dimmable appliations, so if you need a dimmable bulb but still want to save on energy costs this is the bulb for you. Like many compact fluorescent bulbs, it costs a bit more, but it's great light performance that will last you well over 10 years.
Date published: 2014-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Light Bulb I've Ever Used Lighting is very important to me, and I've tried a lot of different light bulbs. I have a lot of CFLs, but for many applications their non-dimmable nature and ramp up to brightness is a serious handicap (e.g. when you don't plan to keep the light on very long). I've recently bought several different LED bulbs, which seem to come primarily in either soft white or daylight. I've found the soft white to be very yellow, and the daylight just too harsh for certain applications, and didn't like the way either made my living room look. I wanted something that had better color accuracy than the yellowish soft white, but not as harsh as the daylight, and the Reveal is exactly that - great color rendition but without the harshness. I always liked the Reveal incandescent bulbs, but I feel the LED is even better, it's the first light bulb that really gave me a 'wow' factor. If they weren't quite so expensive, I'd replace all my bulbs with these today. Unfortunately, at their current price, I'll probably just be using them in key locations for now. Lighting preferences being different, I would say try just one and see what you think, if you're wowed like me you might buy more, but if you're satisfied with the standard soft white or daylight, there are substantially cheaper options available.
Date published: 2013-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic. So much better than Cree... Perfect replacement for 60w reveal incandescent or halogen bulb. Love the reveal color temp. This is the only LED bulb I've used that doesn't buzz. Completely silent! (even with my 25 year old non-LED compliant dimmer) Great light direction, not too bright or focused.
Date published: 2014-04-26
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