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120W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) PAR38 Dimmable Exceptional Light Quality LED 40 Degree Flood Light Bulb

  • Designed to last 22 years and provide exceptional color quality
  • 1400-lumen output ideal for security and landscape lighting
  • 120-watt equivalent and uses 86% less energy than standard bulbs
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Shape Code
Base Code
Light Color
Wattage Equivalence
Bulb Count
dimmable
indoor and outdoor
Compatible Fixtures
Enhance your lighting with this Cree LED flood light bulb. Designed for lasting use and rated for wet locations, it is ideal for outdoor security and landscape lighting. The bulb delivers a bright white light with a narrowly-focused beam for precision. This dimmable flood light features a high color rendering, making the colors around your space appear vibrant, richer and more natural. You won't have to worry about changing this bulb, which is designed to last more than 25,000 hours. Plus, it saves on energy. It uses 86% less energy than standard 120-watt bulbs. The long-lasting light comes backed by a worry-free, 100% performance satisfaction guarantee.
  • Brightness: 1400 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.75 (based on 3-hour/day, 11/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8-year (based on 3-hour/day)
  • Uses 86% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Light quality: 90+ CRI - for vibrant, rich and natural colors
  • Dimmable light source
  • Backed by 10-year, 100% satisfaction guarantee
  • Suitable for wet locations where exposed directly to weather (indoor/outdoor - UL wet rated)
  • High brightness ideal for use in outdoor security and landscape lighting
  • 40-flood light for a focused, wide pool of light
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for Energy Star certification



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Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.)
4.75
Product Depth (in.)
4.75
Product Height (in.)
5.25
Product Width (in.)
4.75

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)
3000
Actual Color Temperature (K)
3000
Average Life (hours)
25000
Bulb Construction
Plastic
Bulb Shape
Reflector
Bulb Type
Flood
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
90
Color Temperature
Bright White
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Light Bulb Base Code
E26
Light Bulb Base Type
Medium
Light Bulb Features
Dimmable,Energy Saving,Shatter Proof,Wet-Rated and Outdoor Safe
Light Bulb Shape Code
PAR38
Lighting Technology
LED
Lumens (Brightness)
1200
Number of Bulbs Included
1
Returnable
90-Day
Wattage (Watts)
19
Wattage Equivalence
120 Watts

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Questions & Answers

28Questions29Answers

My house was built in 1957, what time of flood light bulb do i need

Asked by San July 4, 2020
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I bought this light for second floor under eave floodlights on a circa 1960 house. Works fine. However, type of floodlight is not based on house build date. You need to have a compatible receptacle and power support and decide if you want flood or spotlight. The nice part about the LEDs is they require far less power and generate far less heat than the old-fashioned incandescents so you are taxing the electrical circuits less than prior bulbs you may have used.

What is the minimum operating temperature? I have used other LED PAR38 bulbs, and they have stro...

Asked by EC121 April 28, 2020
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Answers

I don't know, I only use them indoors. I think water and rain is a bigger problem, they are not water proof.

Will this bulb accept the Parshield glare guard?

Asked by Rick March 4, 2020
2
Answers

Not Bright White!! Had to buy GE 120 watt bright white. DO NOT PURCHASE these expecting bright white. You will be disappointed.

will this bulb require a new light ffg ixture

Asked by Slag January 11, 2020
5
Answers

A Standar Lamp Socket will work fine

I have noticed my indoor LED bulbs I have purchased from HomeDepot (including this CREE 1500 Lume...

Asked by AG November 9, 2019
4
Answers

I've had mine about a month and havent noticed that yet. The halogen ones I replaced definitely lose their brightness over time

I have noticed my indoor LED bulbs I have purchased from HomeDepot (including this CREE 1500 Lume...

Asked by AG November 9, 2019
2
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That makes me feel sad for you. My experience has been quite the opposite. I have many cree led bulbs and none of them have shown any loss of brightness even after years of use.

Can i find these light with the dust to dawn feature that atomatically turns them off and on depending on the time of day?

Asked by Ben October 19, 2019
2
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Doubt it. And why would you when you can easily get a digital Leviton Sidereal timer switch that can do so with any brand or model of “light bulb”?

I screwed these into existing outdoor light fixtures with 90W incandescent spots. They didn’t work. Why?

Asked by Steve October 12, 2019
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Answer

A couple of questions here, Did the prior bulbs work before replacing with these?. If so was there still power to the sockets. Also , if it was a motion detector , did you make it activate? If on a on/off swtich was the switch on??? I have these and they work fine.

are these indoor bulbs

Asked by mstolly August 9, 2019
4
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Yes

Will this material withstand the desert weather and sun in Vegas?

Asked by Jc July 16, 2019
2
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I believe it should but can't guarantee as they are made of plastic, made in China. As a matter of fact over 95% LED bulbs of all sizes/shapes are made in China. My friend, you don't have much choices except to buy and use them just like everyone is using them.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
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  • 94% recommend this product
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I used two of these to light the front of my porch for Christmas. The lights were exposed to wea...
I used two of these to light the front of my porch for Christmas. The lights were exposed to weather for about a month. They worked fine, and provided a good quality white light during that time.
by John
not suitable for use in a ground level adapter
Bought 5 of these to replace halogen flood lights currently using. Intended to put 2 on side of house and 2 in flood lights for Christmas displays with one spare. Replaced the 2 at ground level with holder like one in attached photo and after first snow, one bulb had died and the other had a bright/low pulsing like something was wrong with it. Unplugged, dried, and cleaned the holders and the one semi working bulb. Put them out with a 3rd bulb--both seemed fine again. About 2 weeks later, had heavy rainstorm and again noticed one pulsing and the other very dim. Again unplugged. Brought them inside and noticed water under the cover of both (there's like a rubbery cover over the bulbs). Left them inside to dry but when tried them a day later, both were dead. Put halogens back in and everything works with them. Returned three dead ones and the 2 never used back to the store. Three had died in less than a month and package gave a 10 year satisifcation warranty. Never tried them in the floodlights on the side of the house. Am surprised because these have so many positive reviews which is why I bought them. However, I noticed one other negative reviewer had exact same experience I did and used a similiar ground level adapter. I think the problem is that they really aren't as weatherproof as they claim. Perhaps if you have them under an awning, you might have more success but in a socket like used for holiday displays, they definitely weren't weatherproof and is what I believe caused them to fail. The angle of the bulb in that type of socket might also be more condusive to water getting inside the bulb if it's not truly sealed whereas one at a higher level angled down will cause the water to flow away from the bulb.
by unhandyman
I replaced a halogen flood light with the Cree LED in an outdoor "ground" level floodlight holder...
I replaced a halogen flood light with the Cree LED in an outdoor "ground" level floodlight holder. The color was good etc but after a few weeks the Cree failed - water droplets were visible on the glass and there was some power looking residue on the socket screws. I cleaned the floodlight holder and put the halogen back in and all is working find. Not sure what the problem was but I expected more than a few weeks!
by JoeCambridge
Nice light, reaches my flag and displays it perfectly over night.
Nice light, reaches my flag and displays it perfectly over night.
by Oldtimer
1 person found this helpful
Great!
Great!
by Skylight
This is the highest quality light bulb that I have found for outdoor use. I have 8 upward facing...
This is the highest quality light bulb that I have found for outdoor use. I have 8 upward facing lighting sockets projecting nightly onto the house and this exposes the bulbs to the harshest conditions (direct sunlight, rain, hail, etc.) I have tried several other brands of LED PAR38 bulbs, but every one would fill with rain water after a short period of time. After 8 months of use (Aug-March) each bulb continues to operate and remains dry inside. The color of the light output is very similar to the halogen bulbs that I have used in the past, and somewhat brighter since the halogens were 90W. The only reason for the 4 stars is that the westward facing bulbs have begun to slightly yellow the polycarbonate lens due to sunlight. If they were used for floodlighting under the roof's eve, I'm sure this wouldn't happen.
by TomL
4 people found this helpful
Extremely low cost and high powered outdoor l.e.d. bulb. Was perfect for our neighborhood Christ...
Extremely low cost and high powered outdoor l.e.d. bulb. Was perfect for our neighborhood Christmas display.
by C3
5 people found this helpful
Total piece of junk. Worked for a few months then stopped. When I unscrewed the bulb the metal b...
Total piece of junk. Worked for a few months then stopped. When I unscrewed the bulb the metal base separated from the bulb. Don ot waste your money or time on this junk
by AlanR
4 people found this helpful
I used it in the yard display for Halloween and it really worked well even in the rain
I used it in the yard display for Halloween and it really worked well even in the rain
by rlwood
1 person found this helpful
Use them daily in my photo studio setup. Well made....
Use them daily in my photo studio setup. Well made. Powerful light.
by BryanJay
2 people found this helpful
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