Rated 4.4 out of 5Â by 8
Rated 5 out of 5Â by dcline cellent Kitchen Light for Open Floorplan!
I purchased a 10 pack of these two years ago and installed 4 in a new fixture on a vaulted ceiling over my kitchen. The warm light looks great in the room, and blends well with the task lighting in the family room and dining area that share the same open space.
These lights start up instantly and are immediately at full brightness, and there has been no diminishing of light intensity after 2 years of using these lights an average of 10 hours per day.
The 3000k color is warm and inviting, and the 3950 lumens per bulb is plenty for all kitchen prep and cooking activities with no additional lighting. Highly recommended!
March 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 1WDRV Great upgrade to my fluorescent fixtures
Upgraded to these well rated Philips 4 ft. T8 32-Watt Soft White (3000K) bulbs and the Phillips Ambistar ballasts and significantly improved the light quantity & quality from the two 4-bulb fixtures in my home office... Other benefits: I eliminated the buzz I was getting from the older T12 40-watt bulbs and ballasts... and the energy savings should easily pay for the new ballasts & bulbs within 2 years. Installation was straightforward by just following the diagram on the new ballast.
July 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Eifnor zero degree ballast
The fixtures with zero degree ballast are the only ones I will use in my shop or garage.
April 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by nvlw warm light
There aren't many options when it comes to 4 ft
low-temperature fluorescent tubes. These are 3000K; much more comfortable light than 'cool white' which are the most common tubes. Wish they were 40 watts, but the government probably mandates the 20% decrease in watts. So now I just put up more fixtures.
January 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Lagarto Warm toned light and outstanding value
Bought a 10 pack 2 years ago, have 4 bulbs in my workshop, 2 in the kitchen. I love the warm 3000k light these provide, it's very pleasing to the eye. Plenty bright without being "office overpowering". If you need more light, use more of them :)
January 13, 2013