Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 71
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by frostbyte0 Inexpensive, Bright LED
Working good so far. Harsher white than I expected, my kitchen is now a beacon in the night. Recommended for a workspace or if you like your kitchen lit up like a nuclear reactor. I guess I've got 18.3 years to get used to it.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shari A treasure of a find on discount!!
I needed flood light bulbs for my kitchen but wanted something with low heat generation most of all, then something as energy efficient as possible while still giving full light. I just so happened to have found Flood LED Day Light on discount at the online store... Discounted for almost $40 under market price, i didnt expect these to meet my expectations. My kitchen looks like it has one big sky light with the amount of brightness these put out and my dark granite counter tops look true to color now. No heat either!! Highly recommend, even for full price.
August 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by fuscia Super Bright
I'm new to the LED bulb thing. I was worried I was going to have the equivalent of a large LED Christmas light, which hurt my eyes, and seem jittery. I'm an incandescent person, it's natural light like fire. But the incandescents in my recess lighting get so hot it makes the room warm. I wanted to try LEDs because they don't put off heat, and they don't use as much energy, which is good if you want to run them off your own renewable energy source. These are daylight spectrum, so they are the brightest. For in my house it was too bright, but I think they work well in the shop or garage where bright lighting helps when doing projects. I've heard people say that LED bulbs are heavy, but these are not. I also didn't feel like I was looking at a giant LED Christmas light, it seemed like a really bright white incandescent. I also like that it looks like a traditional light bulb, not some weird space object. This variety is not dimmable, which for in the house would be nice. I've also read that LED and CFLs make a humming noise unless you use a special dimmer made for CFL and LED. Those special dimmers can be quite expensive, $30-70. Just something to consider. My other annoyance is the energy savings all LEDs use is based on 3 hours of use? Who is only up for 3 hours before bed? Especially in winter. No, I only have the 4 can lights on, but they are on for 5-8 hours. So I'm not sure what my savings or bulb life will be. Still, I like that you can run these pretty easy off solar, which means I could run just my lights off my own solar set up in the shed or garage. That would be cool.
August 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by LED101 New LED Flood Light by TCP
Very satisfied with purchase, good value for the money, suitable replacement for legacy floodlights, a bit heavier in weight comparison because of internal electronic components, 5000K-daylight color temperature casts a white and more natural glow than previous yellow-colored flood lights.
July 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by VADR Brighter
5000k is brighter then 3000k but the white light need some time to get adjust to. It also seem to have a little wider ankle of throw then a Cree lightbulb. Wife like the white light but I probably prefer the 3000k light. Fair price. Durability will depend on time. I have about 12 of them for a month without problem yet.
July 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by kraigk Very Bright
They have been installed for about two weeks, so take that into consideration reading this review. The light output is bright and the color spectrum is different, so it takes some getting used to. Attractive price, and considering the low power usage per bulb, decided to give them a try.
July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ARJAY LED flood lights
Good price for LED floods. AND, they last a lot longer than the fluorescent ones
July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JMo The color is perfect
Very Bright and Look Great. Much better than the usual yellowish color most lights have
July 21, 2015