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60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 Non-Dimmable LED Light Bulb (3-Pack)

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The 10-Watt (60W) Soft White LED A19 Light Bulb (3-Pack) is a perfect energy saving replacement to the traditional incandescent light bulb. In fact, these bulbs provide just as much light as a 60 watt incandescent bulb while only using 10 watts of electricity. The estimated cost of operation is only $1.20 a year.

  • Brightness: 800 lumens
  • Estimated Yearly Energy Cost: $1.20 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11¢/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (Based on 3 hrs/day)
  • Light Appearance: 2700K (Soft White)
  • Energy Used: 10-watts (equivalent to a 60-watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 80
  • Contains Mercury: N
  • Uses 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Lighting application: Indoor/Outdoor Enclosed; Ideal for use in table lamps, sconces, ceiling mount fixtures and other general lighting applications
  • A19 shape with a medium base
  • Dimmable: N

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Do they work in enclosed fixtures?

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Most of my fixtures are enclosed and I don't want them to get too hot.
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Most of the answers are DIY users and WRONG! Incandescents and CFLs actually get brighter with heat (enclosed fixtures work great for this). LEDs get dimmer and have a shorter life when exposed to higher temperatures than designed. And for everyone out there that says that LEDs do not produce heat are dead WRONG. An LED is similar to a computer processor... PRODUCE HEAT AND MUST STAY COOL. This bulb is Read More
Most of the answers are DIY users and WRONG! Incandescents and CFLs actually get brighter with heat (enclosed fixtures work great for this). LEDs get dimmer and have a shorter life when exposed to higher temperatures than designed. And for everyone out there that says that LEDs do not produce heat are dead WRONG. An LED is similar to a computer processor... PRODUCE HEAT AND MUST STAY COOL. This bulb is 10W and based on current LED efficiency roughly 7-8 watts of that is getting converted directly to heat. Only 2-3 watts is emitted as visible light from the bulb. THIS IS THE BIGGEST FALLACY WITH LEDS. THEY ALL PRODUCE HEAT AND MUST STAY COOL. This product will likely function in a enclosed fixture but will definitely have lower output and a shorter lifespan than if used in an open fixture.
Answer to the original posted question is: Usually the box will state if it is suitable for use in a totally enclosed fixture. Open downlights are generally ok since there is still air movement. If there is nothing on the box or website, contact the manufacturer to determine suitable fixture installation. Read Less
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Absolutely, same size size as a incadescent bulb, heavier though. They actually work better because they do not create the heat that incadescent bulbs do.
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LEDs run a lot cooler than regular bulbs if this helps.
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Camden, NY 13316, USA
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They are cooler than regular incandescent bulbs
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Orlando, FL, USA
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I been using them as replacements in my kitchen cam lights with no problem.
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Lakewood, OH, USA
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June 28, 2014
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I am using this product in enclosed fixtures. I would suggest if the fixtures is going to be turned on for very long periods I would not recommend the lamps use. LEDs do not like heat the over all life of the product will be effected by heat. I do not see any electrical problem but again life of the lamp will be effected.
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Terry Baker
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June 28, 2014
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None of mine are in enclosed fixtures but from what I see I don't see why they wouldn't work. They are about the same size as a regular bulb and a lot cooler. I have several enclosed fixtures which came with CFLs so that be the case, these LEDs should also be fine.
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Wood River, IL, USA
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Yes, and the lack of heat will make them last a lot longer than a filament bulb.
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New Smyrna Beach, FL, USA
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Mikey, These Led bulds have no heat at all. I changing all my fixtures over to Led. They work so well you will be pleased. One note, some are dimmable, some are not.
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Cochise, AZ 85606, USA
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June 28, 2014
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I'm using them in bathroom fixtures that basically hang upside down, open end on the bottom. They generate hardly any heat, so I would believe an entirely enclosed fixture would be fine. The directions do not mention anything about enclosed fixtures. They only state that they are not to be used with exit signs, photocontrols, electric timers and dimmers. Hope this helps.
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June 27, 2014
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So far they do for me. I have four of them installed in enclosed ceiling fixtures. Also have a 40 watt installed in the fan fixture in my bathroom.
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The LED lights put out very little heat and should be perfect for enclosed fixtures.
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Is this bulb dimmable?

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Specs say "N" One review indicates that it dims well.
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Not that I am aware of. The packaging should say so if they are.
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Non dimmable.
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NO! I put it into a dining room fixture and tried it! At about 1/2 dim it flickered and then went out. Voltage
sensitive?
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The specs do say non dimmable. If one reviewer says it works well, it wont for long. these bulbs have electronics in then, unlike tradition light bulbs. unless they are made specifically to work with a dimmer, i would not recommend it
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Peter: Yes they are dimmable.
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Lakewood, OH, USA
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The A lamp style is not dimmable
The R20 style is dimmable
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No. The bulb is not dimable.
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Should always say on the packaging. This bulb is not dimable.
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The bulbs are printed with a warning that says they are "NOT dimmable."
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I do not believe these bulbs are dimmable !
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No, not dimmable according to packing. Haven't tried to use one on a dimmer switch.
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What size LED bulb equates the light output of a 150 watt incandescent bulb?

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High Bridge, NJ
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150 watt = 2600 lumens. These are 800 lumens (60 Watt).
you might find this helpful.
http://www.clarkhoward.com/watt-to-lumen-lightbulb-conversion/
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25-28
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There are virtually none available....they will be labeled as such and are quite expensive. Check out the FEIT line of bulbs.
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25-28 Watt LED.
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The only ones I know to claim this are Feit (Lowe's) and Xledia (?sp)
I have no personal experience.
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Most of the packaging will tell you what kind of bulb they replace. for example, i bought a set that said they replace 40 watt bulbs and use them in my bathroom. just read the packaging, should have most if not all info you need
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Sadie: If you are looking for a LED(light emitting diode) bulb that puts out 150W(incadescent equivalent) you would use a 40W LED bulb. They use 40W of power, but emit 150W of equivalent light) Take care, John
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40W LED
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150Watt Incandescent 2780 lumens Soft White A21 Envelope your standard household lamp.
I have replaced them with two styles of lamps purchased from Home Depot Phillips 800 Lumen 10.5 Watt 3000K
and R20 style Phillips 880 Lumen 11 Watt 2700K. The light levels on both lamps are extremely
bright but in reality in my 4 lamp floor fixture I am saving 556.5 watts of energy. It is truly amazing.
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150Watt Incandescent 2780 lumens Soft White A21 Envelope your standard household lamp.
I have replaced them with two styles of lamps purchased from Home Depot Phillips 800 Lumen 10.5 Watt 3000K
and R20 style Phillips 880 Lumen 11 Watt 2700K. The light levels on both lamps are extremely
bright but in reality in my 4 lamp floor fixture I am saving 556.5 watts of energy. It is truly amazing.
The Electrical savings are real and only time will tell me if I really get the 10 years that I believe I will
realize before I have to replace any of the LED lamps. Side note you can fry an egg on 150W A lamp and you best not touch it when it is burning. The LED lamps are warm but not to the point of burning.
Your air conditioning costs should be less once you convert as well another reason to make the change.
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You would need a 2600 Lumen LED to match the 150W incandescent.
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Where are these manufactured?
And I notice in a lot of your specifications you do not say.
Most of us want USA made items.
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These bulbs are manufactured in China.
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China. Cree is assembled in the US using many Chinese components. That is as good as it gets I am afraid.
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Made in China, but the company has a listing in Aurora, OH
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99% of LED lamp production is in China
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TCP the company is based in Cleveland Ohio. They have a plant in China, where either the bulbs are made or the parts are manufactured and sent to the USA to be put together here. I would like to buy "USA" made also but more importantly reducing your carbon footprint to "save the planet".
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TCP, made in China.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 131 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Item does not match the picture. I had an older model of these TCP bulbs that look exactly like the picture. I ordered these to put in my other bathroom, but they do not look the same. The plastic globe only goes halfway down and the bottom is fluted. They also do not dim as evenly. There is a dark circle around the base when they are dimmed. I will be returning my purchase, because the new globe style does not look good in my fixtures. The picture of the actual bulb is included with this review. I love my other TCP LED bulbs. This one just does not match what is advertised. June 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Seemingly Good Value I've used this light bulb for a couple of weeks. The attached photo shows the LED bulb on the left and two regular incandescent bulbs on the right. There is a SLIGHT hesitation from the moment the switch is turned on and when the light comes on. To me, it is not a problem. The 60 watt light is a white light that provides more than enough light for my likes.. It gets warm at the base, but it can be easily unscrewed immediately after turning off - no cool down needed. Also VERY much preferred to the mercury bulbs that can contaminate landfills. I am pleased to know that I am saving electrical costs every month. 6.5 watts compared to 60 watts is a huge saving. it will take a while to recover the initial cost of the bulb, but not having to constantly replace a bulb after being left in the dark is a plus as well. Couldn't be happier. April 5, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The increased brightness in these LED bulbs is great! Although there is an increased cost for using the LED bulbs, their brightness, longevity, and use of less electricity make them the perfect choice. May 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does what I want it to do. These 60W equivaent soft white led light bulbs do exactly what I want them to do. They put off very little heat and hopefully will last ten years. We are using them in our bedroom at this time. We plan to buy more and eventually replace all the bulbs in our house with LED. We hope to see a reduction in our energy footprint. March 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As advertised Works Great. Seems same as old incandescent light bulb. May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A19 LED Light Bulb (3-Pack) Bulbs arrived in excellent packaging with no damage to bulbs. Light diffusion is better than previous incandescent bulbs and color is the same as 60 watt bulbs. March 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fast and nice glow, good value for the money Turns on in an instant - much faster than the two CFL's. Nice warm glow & eco-nice See image to compare. March 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far So Good, really really Good. I have been having difficulty with some of the major Name suppliers led bulbs…. they work for a week or 2 and then develop problems like alternating from hi beams to low and back about again every 15 seconds or so. I am so happy to report that these recently purchased bulbs are functioning perfectly and are truly affordable. The light is very pleasing, my wife wanted soft white and she is very pleased with the warmth of the light that these bulbs emit. I on the other hand prefer daylight so I have moved the daylight version of these bulbs which I also purchased to my shop and am very pleased with them. They are a major improvement in my shop…Very happy. Joe G October 28, 2014
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