For people who aspire to create a beautiful and safe home for their family, the 100W Equivalent Cree LED bulb provides better light, better dimming, all backed by a better warranty. Featuring a warm (2700K), omnidirectional light with high color rendering, the Cree LED bulb is designed to enhance your home and make the colors of your decor appear vibrant, richer and more natural. Fully dimmable and built to light and last, the new Cree LED bulb provides 13.7 years (15,000 hours) of beautiful, energy-efficient light. The ENERGY STAR certified Cree LED bulb is a worry-free choice backed by one of the strongest warranties in the industry a 10 Year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.99 (based on 3 hours/day, 11¢/kWh, costs depend on rates and use)
Life: 13.7 years (based on 3 hours/day)
Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
Energy used: 16.5-Watts
Lumens per watt: 100
Uses 84% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
Indoor/outdoor (suitable for damp locations, but not for use where exposed directly to weather or water)
Better, beautiful light for every room in your home
Ideal for use in floor and table lamps, sconces, pendants, ceiling fans and open fixtures
Omnidirectional, all-around light
Fully dimmable, no buzz and no hum
Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for ENERGY STAR certification
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Fully dimmable bulb lets you customize your home's ambiance
Each bulb has an estimated lifespan of 13.7 years
Suitable for damp locations but not direct water exposure
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Warranty / Certifications
10 year 100% satisfaction guarantee
Questions & Answers
What is the CRI of this bulb?
Asked by tommcg September 28, 2017
Can these be used in totally enclosed fixtures?
Asked by Bob September 28, 2016
Yes, BUT you need to measure from the top of the screw-in socket, to the outer rim of your fixture to determine what length your fixture can "hide", contain. We failed to do this and now have bulbs which protrude beyond the end of the fixture. the bulbs themselves work and perform as advertised; they are dimmable and provide a warm light. If possible, take an example of your fixture, and a measuring tape, with you when you go to buy bulbs...
No hum, no buzz when dimmed. Did not require a special dimmer. Stays cool so I can use a 100W equivalent bulb in a lamp that normally would only be able to use a 60W incandescent due to heat. Exact same size as a regular bulb so clearance within the lamp is not a problem. As long as these keep working, I'll be very happy with the little bit of power they use.
They are good lights but the dimmable portion of the...
April 19, 2017
They are good lights but the dimmable portion of the light is not that good. low light it flickers a little, I might be a bit picky just because I am used to the old lightbulbs. I have one in my bathroom that is kinda noisy ( it humms ) when it is lower then 70% ish. Over all better then other 100w LEDs I have tried
I have been using 4 of these in a bathroom on a Lutron Caseta dimmer for around 1.5 years, and they have so far worked well. However, these bulbs are not perfect. For instance, I wish that they dimmed lower. On the Lutron Caseta, they can dim to somewhere around 30-40% without starting to flicker. Also, I wish that Cree would develop a LED with the technology that Philips calls "Warm Glow" where the bulb color temperature gets warmer as you dim it. I really like this feature on my Philips bulbs. Otherwise, these seem like a good bulb to me.