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Model #A7A19A100WESD06

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100-Watt Equivalent A19 Dimmable Energy Star LED Light Bulb Daylight (2-Pack)

  • Daylight color temperature provides stimulating, cool light
  • Ideal for indoor/covered outdoor use
  • $139 estimated lifetime energy savings per bulb
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Product Overview

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base code
Light Color
Wattage Equivalence
bulb count
dimmable
indoor
Compatible Fixtures
Brighten your room with the energy efficient EcoSmart LED light bulb. This EcoSmart A19 uses 15.5 watts of energy. Each bulb's estimated energy cost is $1.86 per year and can save an estimated $139 over each bulb's lifetime compared to incandescent. The lifespan of each bulb is roughly 15000 hours. This EcoSmart A19 Lamp is dimmable as well as omni-directional. The 5000K (Daylight) color temperature provides a stimulating and natural looking light, perfect for your kitchen, bathroom or any place in your home where you would use a standard incandescent light bulb.
  • Brightness: 1680 Lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: USD 1.86 (based on 3-hour/day, 11/kWh, cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 13.6-year (based on 3-hour/day), 15,000-hour
  • Light appearance: 5000K (daylight)
  • Energy used: 15-Watt (equivalent to a 100W standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Uses up to 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Shatter resistant
  • For use with light dimmers, compatible with most dimmer switches, it is dimmable as well as omni-directional, indoor lighting applications
  • Energy efficient
  • Energy Star
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Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.)
2.36
Product Depth (in.)
2.36
Product Height (in.)
4.56
Product Width (in.)
4.64

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)
5000
Average Life (hours)
15000
Bulb Construction
Plastic
Bulb Shape
Standard
Bulb Type
Household
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
80
Color Temperature
Daylight
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Base Code
E26
Light Bulb Base Type
Medium
Light Bulb Features
Dimmable,Energy Saving
Light Bulb Shape Code
A19
Lighting Technology
LED
Lumens (Brightness)
1680
Number of Bulbs Included
2
Returnable
180-Day
Wattage (Watts)
15.5
Wattage Equivalence
100 Watts

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5

Questions & Answers

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What is the issue with these stating that they cannot be used in an enclosed fixture

Asked by paul November 2, 2020
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LED ballast build up heat. ALL bulbs build up and disperse heat in a different amount and way as such enclosures have to account fir venting that heat.

Can these bulbs be used in an enclosed indoor (ceiling) fixture?

Asked by CyberBass September 21, 2020
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It would be my recommendation to choose a model that says "rated for enclosed fixtures"

Are these suitable for a living room? I dont want them to be too bright but assume I can dim them...

Asked by Don September 13, 2020
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I would say they would be suitable for the living room use however be aware there are several types 1 being the outdoor brighter cold Light But I prefer the warmer of the 2 colors for indoor use.

Can i use these bulbs on my lift master garage opener

Asked by Felipa July 4, 2020
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As long as it has a19 socket and it will works

Is there a model number listed for these bulbs?

Asked by Jack June 27, 2020
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Model # B7A19A40WESD02

Where are these bulbs made? Specifically, are any of the parts or manufacture from China?

Asked by LocallySharedResources June 13, 2020
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These bulbs are made in USA.

Can I use this 100w-equal LED with a fixture with a rating of 60w?

Asked by shaw May 24, 2020
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Yes, one of the main advantages of LED. Fixtures are rated based on wiring as well as socket rating. That rating is based on power needed to light the bulb, nit on light output of the bulb installed

Is this light approved for bathrooms?

Asked by Kim April 12, 2020
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Yes it is

Does this B7A19A60WESD14 bulb interfere with garage opener signals? I have a LiftMaster from 201...

Asked by stuman74 March 28, 2020
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It is just a regular LED light bulb. It should not interfere anything.

I bought bulbs not realizing they were dimmable. Can I use them in a non-dimmable socket?

Asked by UG1 March 21, 2020
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yes you sure can.

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Very bright and inexpensive bulbs
We purchased a floor lamp for a dark bedroom that doesn't see a lot of sun, and these were the recommended bulbs so we picked these up at the same time. I'm very happy with the amount of light in that room now, it brightens things up tremendously! We had also looked for comparably priced bulbs of the same wattage at another store before purchasing these - and these were a much better deal. Will consider this brand and type the next time we're in need of light bulbs.
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Nice lighting, makes rooms feel bright does not give that...
Nice lighting, makes rooms feel bright does not give that dull yellow haze as regular light bulbs
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I have 15 of these installed in enclosed dome fixtures throughout the house, all on Lutron Maestr...
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I have 15 of these installed in enclosed dome fixtures throughout the house, all on Lutron Maestro C-L dimmers. The 3000K color temp is closer to halogen than 2700K "soft white" LED and is noticeably less drab/depressing. 60W equivalent wasn't bright enough to usefully illuminate rooms through the frosted glass of my fixtures, while 100W equivalents are generally not available with an enclosed fixture rating. These are the sweet spot in brightness for frosted fixtures and are rated for fully enclosed use. Six months in none have failed, but we frequently use them dimmed which likely prolongs their life. I do wish these were available with CRI 90 or above, but no other 3000K bulbs are offered at the store at 1100 lumens. The nearest equivalent from CREE is available in-store only in 2700K or 5000K. You can get the CREE bulbs in 3000K but only by special order. (If you're picky about light quality, CRI 90+ is worth it!) There seem to be two designs in circulation with noticeably different dimming performance. I have a 50/50 mix of both even though the boxes and SKU were the same. Some start out extremely low (a good thing) and have smooth, consistent dimming all the way up. Others start out much higher at maybe 10%-15% brightness (still okay but not as great) and have a jump in the curve maybe 1/3 up. Because they come in packs of two, and my dome fixtures use three bulbs, I had to swap bulbs back and forth among the fixtures to get all three in each fixture dimming the same. At full brightness they look the same, but they differ as they are dimmed to where you might think a bulb is burned out. Evidently there are two designs and/or two suppliers. Overall I am happy with them, but wish I could get slightly better for a few extra dollars locally.
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I purchased 5) 2-packs about 8 months ago and I truly love the light they give off for an office ...
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I purchased 5) 2-packs about 8 months ago and I truly love the light they give off for an office setting which is very white and very bright which is what I wanted and need. I am running them in two lamps that holds 5 bulbs and have a switch that has three settings, low, medium and high, all settings work great and there is no noise or flickering of any kind. If you want these for a bedroom or living room then you may want something in the 2700 range instead of the 5000K that these are. I have read a review on the A19 bulb verses the A21 bulb which unfortunately both have the same SKU number so unless you look at the model number on the bulb or actual shape and size of the bulb you won't know which one you will get in this package. In any case it was recommended to only buy the better A19 which is the version of the SKU I am using, the actual model number on the bulb says "B6A19100WESD02" on it, notice the "B6A19" which is what you should look for. So up until a week ago all 10 bulbs have been working flawlessly but now I have two bulbs that have failed and no longer will light up on the lamp I use everyday. I wanted to get a replacement but my local store no longer has them in stock but they can be shipped to my store. Before I pay again I wanted to look into the 5 year warranty listed on the original packaging. Here is what I found at the Home Depot Ecosmart warranty page: "Guaranteed to last 5 years based on 3 hours use per day, 7 days per week. If this bulb does not last 5 years after date of purchase (based on 3 hours per day / 7 days per week) due to a defect in materials or workmanship, please bring the defective bulb and a receipt indicating proof of purchase to any Home Depot store. The Home Depot will provide a replacement or, at our discretion, a store credit for the value of the original purchase price." I was surprised that there are quite a few negative reviews here about this bulb with no mention of the 5 year warranty as being available to them, the biggest complaint being that the bulb burned out prematurely yet no one talked about getting it replaced under the warranty. So hopefully this review will help others who have a bulb burn out. I also posted the warranty question to this page so that it can be answered for others to see. Here is the direct PDF link to the warranty: http://contentgrid.homedepot-static.com/hdus/en_US/DTCCOMNEW/fetch/Global_Assets/ECO-WARRANTY-2018.pdf So for me two bad apples after 8 months is acceptable since I will be able to replace it for free under the 5 year warranty. I will continue to buy these bulbs in the future as they are one of the best I have ever used when it comes to light output that costs so little to operate compared to an incandescent and is so cool to the touch so the room does not heat up like incandescent bulbs do.
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These lights are bright! I used these lights in my garage to help make it easier to find things a...
These lights are bright! I used these lights in my garage to help make it easier to find things and save money on electricity by switching to LED. With these new lights it's like daytime in my garage. I would highly recommend.
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The bulb is very bright, perfect for front door patio.
The bulb is very bright, perfect for front door patio.
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These are bright white, lots of great light, and the A19 size fits just about anywhere. Two inter...
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These are bright white, lots of great light, and the A19 size fits just about anywhere. Two interesting issues with these particular LED dimmable lamps: (1) the non-standard (or "new design") pin contact in the center does not perfectly fit the mating contact in my 50 year-old triple-lamp family room ceiling fixtures. So, in order to make sure I had a solid contact (which I was not, because some of the lamps were intermittent), I had to add a small bump of solder to the center pin contact on each lamp to insure a good electrical contact. It's not the lamp's fault, as the contact in the fixture is not spring-loaded, but is instead a 1/4" x 1/4" brass piece that is flat in the socket. (2) The second issue with the dimmable design is that the dimming curve is not consistent across all lamps. Full brightness is full brightness, of course, on all lamps. But, if you are dimming them, the relative brightness at a dimmed setting is highly variable from lamp to lamp. I'm using a new Lutron Decora dimmer designed for LED lamps. So, if the relative dimness level consistency matters to you (kitchen, family room, living space) and you are planning on having a lot of lamps in parallel for the space (I have nine), you might consider buying almost twice the lamps to try first in hopes of getting most of them to match each other at lower level. This was never a problem with incandescent, of course, but is a brightness consistency problem with these LED lamps and their electronic power supply. Finally, I hope these LED lamps last a long time.
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Not all LED bulbs are the same! After reading and comparing all the specs I purchased a few of th...
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Not all LED bulbs are the same! After reading and comparing all the specs I purchased a few of these based on the economical price. In a side by side comparison these bulbs put out less light than name brands that rate their bulbs at 700 lumens. CREE bulbs rated at 1400 lm look like 1400 lm GE bulbs rated at 700 lm look like 700 lm EcoSmart bulbs rated at 1680 lm look like 600 lm I don't know how this company gets away by publishing these specs but it is highly deceitful!
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Changes to product without noting on package or bulb, new version is unusable for many dimming applications. Bought a box of these Jan 2019. Worked great, even if they dimmed to dark a little early in the dimmer range. This version, though I can't find a single difference in the packaging or product numbers, never get below about 20%, even with the dimmer set to 0. Useless in bedrooms, media rooms, anywhere you want just a little light. Tried the exact same fixture and dimmer switch. Both boxes never dimmed below 20% where the old ones could be turned down as low as a birthday candle. Too bad, was a great value. I would have given the previous product 4 stars, but can't find a single use for these in my home. I've attached an image showing the new and old version in the same fixture at 20% dimming. At 0%, the new bulb is barely dimmer and the old version is completely off. I'd rather have the version that dimmed to off than the version that never got below 20%.
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