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75W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) A19 Dimmable Exceptional Light Quality LED Light Bulb

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Product Overview

We believe you deserve to experience exceptional lighting in your home. That's why Cree LED bulbs are engineered to work better and last longer. Cree LED bulbs feature beautiful light that provides exceptional color quality (90+ CRI) - making the colors in your home appear vibrant, rich and natural. Designed to last more than 22-year (25,000-hour), Cree LED bulbs are dimmable, suitable for use in fully enclosed fixtures and backed by a worry-free 100% performance satisfaction guarantee. Because when a light bulb is designed to be in your home for decades, an exceptional experience is worth it.
  • Brightness: 1100-Lumen
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.45 (based on 3-hour/day, 11/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8-year (based on 3-hour/day)
  • Energy used: 12-Watt (equivalent to a 75W standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Uses 84% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Light quality: 90+ CRI - for vibrant, rich and natural colors
  • Dimmable
  • Backed by 10-year, 100% satisfaction guarantee
  • Suitable for use in fully enclosed fixtures
  • Ideal for use in floor and table lamps, sconces, pendants, ceiling fans
  • Omnidirectional, all-around light
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for ENERGY STAR certification
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Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.)
2.4
Product Depth (in.)
2.4
Product Height (in.)
4.4
Product Width (in.)
2.4

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)
3000
Actual Color Temperature (K)
3000
Average Life (hours)
25000
Bulb Construction
Plastic
Bulb Shape
Standard
Bulb Type
Household
Bulb Type
Household
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,Enclosed Fixture Rated,Energy Saving,Shatter Resistant
Light Bulb Shape Code
A19
Lighting Technology
LED
Lumens (Brightness)
1100
Number of Bulbs Included
1
Returnable
90-Day
Wattage (Watts)
12
Wattage Equivalence
75 Watts

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Questions & Answers

4Questions12Answers

Can this bulb be used in an an enclosed outdoor fixture (Wall Sconce)?

Asked by Larry November 13, 2020
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Answer

Yes, on the product page (scroll down when on it if my screenshots didn't upload) (see screenshots) it states it can be used outdoors in fully enclosed fixtures.

Will this have a yellow, blue or white tone? Really not a fan of blue ( feels like a fishbowl) I’...

Asked by LED November 30, 2019
5
Answers

Yes, this is a great bulb. I installed these in a 5-bulb dining room chandelier and they are NOT a harsh blue and leans ever-so-slightly towards yellow. They light up my dining area perfectly. I spent a lot of time finding the perfect bulbs to use.

what is a good wattage for bathroom and kitchen

Asked by lightbulbs September 8, 2019
4
Answers

Don't pay attention to wattage. Less is better. Lumen output measures output aka : *brightness." Look for 450-900ish in an interior space but your question is very subjective and depends on what you prefer. Also buy "dimmable" led bulbs, high quality from ecosmart, Cree..and install a dimmer. Good luck

When will this item be available?

Asked by Nicholas July 9, 2018
2
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These are currently available.

Customer Reviews

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Good color, good light output but worth the extra price.
Good color, good light output but worth the extra price.
by Don
There was a law passed to phase out incandescent light bulbs- they can't be be manufactured in t...
There was a law passed to phase out incandescent light bulbs- they can't be be manufactured in the U.S., because they don't meet federal energy-efficiency standards. The last of the G E Reveal bulbs that we had blew out - (all in the same week) so the switch was made. Did not want bulbs with that "blue fishbowl" kind of light (cool), so stayed away from 5000K (Kelvin) and up. Didn't want to be too warm or "yellow" so 2700K was out. Wanted bulbs that rendered color nicely and kind of in the middle of the Kelvin (warm-cool) spectrum, especially for winter when lights are turned on earlier. Decided on the Bright White (3000K). The 3000 Kelvin in this bulb is pretty much in the middle with just a slight warmth to the light that it gives off without casting a strong yellow as a 2700K would. Cree compared to G E Reveal: Cree - GE Reveal 3000K 2700K 1100 Lumen 790 Lumen (Lumens are the brightness - more lumens = more brightness) 12 Watts used 53 Watts used Really like everything about these bulbs and they are enegery efficient, using only 12 Watts vs 53. Works great with dimmer switches - nice to get more light even when dimmed very low. No issues with flickering lights because our dimmer switches are only a year old and can handle these newer LED bulbs. If you have issues with flickering LEDs and haven't changed your dimmer in a long time, that's most likely the issue. To give you an idea of color rendering of the bulbs, ( they really do give nice natural colors), I've attached 2 photos, taken with the lights at the brightest setting on the dimmer switch. I like that these bulbs are quite a bit brighter (more lumens) because it gives more options when dimming them. They also give exceptional light and color rendering, with 3000K being a good balance between warm and cool color temperature (Kelvins). They're also shatter proof which is pretty cool, too.
by WestHamptonBeach
2 people found this helpful
They're nice & bright with a warm tone so you don't feel like you're being interrogated.
They're nice & bright with a warm tone so you don't feel like you're being interrogated.
by Patty
1 person found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Don’t buy anything else. You might pay a little...
Don’t buy anything else. You might pay a little more, but they are light years (haha) better than the competition. I swapped out all of the household lighting and went through 3 different brands, from cheap to moderately priced, and all had issues that were deal-breakers—flicker is a big one, especially on dimmer switches—and these guys are solid as a rock. Other brands only note a list of compatible dimmer switches, but these are broadly compatible. These are the heaviest of the bulbs I bought, which may sound like a negative, but it is likely to mean that the voltage converter/transformer is more robust, meaning longer life and more reliable operation. I don’t understand why 3000K is not an in-store option. 3500K is too cool and 2500K is too yellow... maybe it doesn’t seem like enough of a numerical difference to occupy shelf space?
by CHARLES
Perfect light come and temperature....
Perfect light come and temperature.
by TOM
Really nice bright white lights...
Really nice bright white lights
by SHARON
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Thought I would try Cree’s “exceptional quality” light bulb. I...
Thought I would try Cree’s “exceptional quality” light bulb. I am not ready to declare it was a life changing experience, but certainly a very good bulb.
by RBHOUSECAT
I looked extensively for the right LED bulbs for my bathroom chandelier. It hangs over the sink s...
I looked extensively for the right LED bulbs for my bathroom chandelier. It hangs over the sink so it needs to provide good lighting for make-up, etc. Eventually my husband will install a dimmer, but even without its great. The bulbs before were more yellow and it was almost gloomy. This is much more natural without being too blue-white. I don't know why this "Bright White" is not more common; it seems perfect. They are also approved for use in bathrooms (would also be good for kitchens, etc)
by Ocmom
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