Rated 4.1 out of 5Â by 11
Rated 5 out of 5Â by KYreb Nice lamp for a porch fixture. Very bright and stylish.
I am using on a new install with a Heath ZenithHeath Zenith Bayside Mission 150-Degree Outdoor Black Motion-Sensing Lantern. This bulb adds more style to a rather plain fixture.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DIYGUYSC Excellent bright light, but saves some power.
For applications where you need the high light output and prefer the "sparkle" of halogen light, this is perfect. Instant on at full brightness, unlike CFL "spiral" lamps.
July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by hemiyota Nice for chandeliers
We purchased these bulbs to place in our chandeliers since they can be dimmed. They offer a very bright light output at the maximum and they dim well offering flexibility in the light output. We've also used these in a couple of lamps and they work well. Due to the texture of the bulbs they have lines, they can create lines in the light that is cast and this may bother some people. The line casting can be managed through the use of shades.
June 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by RetiredDinker2 Nice Light - Good Price
I installed this bulb in a small chandelier in my dining room. This light bulb was what was recommended. Although there were only three lights in the fixture, those three were very bright. I felt like a small bulb like this would need some assistance in the actual light that was emitted, but I was very, very wrong. Those three small lights lit up the entire room. I actually ended up installing a dimmer switch to tone it down a bit. The price on this bulb was quite reasonable compared to some of the new LED Bulbs that are on the market now. (I didn't want to take out a second mortgage on my home to be able to buy light bulbs.) Try these bulbs. They are great and priced right.
April 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Ron308 Terrible - got two and neither lasted more than a month!
These is supposed to be an "EcoVantage" meaning that is saves money on electric bills by using less watts. However, since the pair I had only lasted about a month each, it was terrible economy. The package back says it should last .9 year, if used 3 hours per day. That's almost 11 months. Well, most Post Lights are on photo cell, not a timer or manual switch, so in reality it's going to burn more like 8-10 hours per day depending upon where the post light is in relation to sun and shade. If we average it to 9 hours per day, it should still last over 3 months, but neither of the two I bought made it much over a month. This is in a weather-sealed outdoor fixture that should be ideal for what this bulb says its intended use.
October 11, 2013