A: Here is a link to a website where you can find a compatible dimmer. https://www.lutron.com/en-US/Pages/LEDCompatibilityTool/Compatibility.aspx There may be other dimmer manufacturers out there, and I don't know if Home Depot carries Lutron or not. But if not, you can check with your Home Depot assistant. I would not ask them to make a recommendation. I used to work in this position elsewhere and I can tell you there are too many LED/dimmer combinations to remember all the possibilities. Good luck!
A: Any dimmer Make sure it says CFL/LED
A: Any dimmer switch.
A: I have a leviton paddle switch with a slide dimmer.
A: Any dimmer switch can work.
A: Yes I really enjoyed creek. No regrets purchasing this product.
A: All dimmer switch can work.
A: Yes they can.
A: If you turn it off, it's off & no light is emitted.
A: Yes it is extremely brite and daylight.
A: Lamp illumination is rated by lumen. Power and lumen don't necessarily correspond. This lamp is 1600 lumen which is one of the brighest lamps for its category.
A: A 100 watt filament bulb (which is no longer available) gave 1000 to 1250 lumens of light. An LED drawing in the range of 13 to 20 watts will give off 1250 to 2000 lumens of light. Filament bulbs draw current equivalent to their ratings. Most of that current is wasted as heat, which is ok in the winter, but adds a heat load to the air conditioner in the summer, to the tune of 85 watts wasted energy for a 100 watt filament bulb. LED bulbs draw much less current than filament bulbs, give more or equivalent light in lumens, and they last much longer. Generally speaking, fixtures that were built for filament bulbs will handle LED bulbs. One notable exception will be those fixtures that do not allow air flow within the confined space, because some LED bulbs cannot be used in enclosed fixtures. That restriction will be found on the box, or on the bulb itself. Should one install an LED bulb in an enclosed fixture and the bulb starts to flicker after a while, it probably is a bulb that needs open air around it. So long as the pendant light kit described has an open end for air circulation, the Cree bulb should be fine. It is one of those bulbs that needs open air around it.
A: If your fixture is rated 60 watt you can use this bulb,all a19 bulbs use a e26 base,goggle it.
A: If you look in the details section it lists the Light Bulb Base Code as E26. It's an LED bulb so it only uses 15W of energy but producing light equivalent to a standard 100W bulb.
A: Says made in China on the base of the bulb.
A: Made in USA, NC.
A: These used to be made in the USA but are now made in China
A: The box stated China. I believe they are designed in the US. Even Japan uses China to build products for them. I've used Cree bulbs since they showed up at Home Depot.
A: USA, NC.