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100-Watt Equivalent A19 Non-Dimmable LED Light Bulb Soft White (4-Pack)

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  • Soft white color temperature provides relaxing, warm, cozy light
  • Ideal for indoor/covered outdoor use
  • $105 estimated lifetime energy savings per bulb
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Includes 4 bulbs ($3.37 /bulb)
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Replace your incandescent or CFL light bulbs inside your home with energy efficient LED bulbs today and start saving dollars and cents on your power bill. This LED bulb use only 13-Watt of energy but provides brightness like a traditional 100-Watt incandescent light bulb. While the performance between LED bulbs and incandescent bulbs is similar, LED bulbs do not overheat making them the safer option for your home. Furthermore, these bulbs are rated to last for up to 11,000-hour of use so you won't be replacing them anytime soon. The Soft White (2700K) color temperature produced by this bulb is perfect for any of your indoor light fixtures in your bedroom, living room, office, and kitchen or anywhere you desire consistent beautiful light.
  • Brightness: 1500 Lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.56 (based on 3-hour/day, 11/kWh, cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 10-year (based on 3-hour/day), 11,000-hour
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 14.5-Watt (equivalent to a 100W standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Uses up to 84% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Shatter resistant
  • Not suitable for totally enclosed fixtures
  • Non-dimmable: not for use with light dimmers
  • For use in indoor light fixtures such as table lamps, floor lamps, ceiling fixures, wall fixtures, pendants lights and ceiling fan lights
  • Energy efficient LED
  • Mercury-free
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Assembled Depth (in.)
2.35 in
Assembled Height (in.)
4.14 in
Assembled Width (in.)
2.35 in
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Soft White
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Energy Saving,Shatter Resistant
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100 Watts

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Questions & Answers


Do these have true hot/neutral electrodes, or are they "polarity" insensitive. Since I'm looking ...

Asked by JIMB July 15, 2021

Well I never tried to put them in a socket that’s wired wrong but I’d say no. I’m an electrician. If your socket is wired reversed polarity it more than likely won’t work. For safety reasons I’d say re wire those fixtures before someone gets hurt.

Can these bulbs be burned base *up*? My porch lights are sheltered and enclosed top and 4 sides, ...

Asked by VirginiaReader May 31, 2021

Muy buena experiencia

Are these bulbs compatible with enclosed fixtures?

Asked by RJK18 May 28, 2021

Absolutely. As mentioned in my review, I replaced every bulb in my home except those in flash lights.

Can these bulbs be uses in an enclosed light fixture? Would this increase them burning out?

Asked by PV March 18, 2021

look, enclosed fixtures might slowly diffuse heat compared to open/ vented enclosures, but the little heat these A19's produce shouldn't be a factor. Life span of the bulb, clearly heat shortens anything, but with these, you're looking at a negligible number of hours & it'll probably be way past the warranty, anyway.

What is the CRI rating?

Asked by Claud March 10, 2021

They do not specify the CRI rating, but my personal impression is that it must be higher than any fluorescent light bulbs. The LED bulbs with 2700K or 3000K color temperature are practically indistinguishable from incandescent light bulbs, I cannot tell the difference. Fluorescent bulbs do not come close to this.

Has anyone verified if these bulbs use the wattage they claim?

Asked by WRBoston February 25, 2021

They did for me

Do you carry Duracell soft white 3 way light bulb

Asked by ABM February 19, 2021

We do have an EcoSmart 3 way bulb. https://www.homedepot.com/p/EcoSmart-40-60-100-Watt-Equivalent-A19-Energy-Star-3-Way-LED-Light-Bulb-Soft-White-2-Pack-A7A19A100WESP01/303574517

Can I use a dimeable light bulb in a regular non dimeable fixture?

Asked by Laura February 11, 2021

sure,i can see no reason not to.

Some LED lightbulbs interfere with garage door openers, do these? Anybody have them in their gara...

Asked by Tommy February 9, 2021

I use led lights in my garage door openers and never had a problem.

Can this LED be used in a bathroom or shower? Would humidity affect its life or performance?

Asked by CricketLover January 29, 2021

These can be used in a bathroom.

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Customer Reviews

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Fails to meet expectations
I purchased these light bulbs third time and the time has advertised to last 10 years does not even come close to it. I thought when I purchased it first time I got a lemon. But even purchasing it second and third time I see that they last for me at most 6 to 8 months with about 4-6 hours per day use.. The bulbs are cheap so you get what you pay for. The advertisement that says that it lasts 11 times more than incandescent bulbs but it doesn't.... they are bright tho that's the only good thing about it
by Sergey
1 person found this helpful
Bulb Fail to Meet Advertised Lingevity
These Ecosmart LED bulbs (part # 1002 861 487, SKU 93690 56418) do not come close to lasting the 10 years/11,000 hours as advertised (@ 3 hours per day). Our new dinette light fixture uses 5 bulbs. I’ve replaced all 5 bulbs twice in 2.5 years and I’m now on the third bulb in some that short time period. If I left the lights on 100% of the time, it would take approximately 1.25 years to hit the advertised 11,000 mark. Needless to say, I don’t do that. Don’t waste your money on this brand of light bulbs. These bulbs simply do not perform as advertised.
by CG
1 person found this helpful
They're bright, they're cheap, and they work great. Can't think...
They're bright, they're cheap, and they work great. Can't think of much else to say other than I'm glad lightbulbs exist
by PJimmy
2 people found this helpful
The worst light bulbs I’ve ever purchased
These are LED lights, aren’t they suppose to last for years? I’ve purchased several boxes of different assortments of these bulbs. So far, I’ve had to change several because they either start blinking or stop working all together. In less than a year several of these bulbs have been thrown away. What a waist of money!! I can’t believe HD is not doing something about it! Do not buy these bulbs!!
by Jules
4 people found this helpful
do not last
I purchased these EcoSmart bulbs in 2020 and have already had to replace several. They do not last for their advertised lifetime. I will finish the box I have but I will not be purchasing this brand again.
by jftx
8 people found this helpful
Great LED bulbs! Will buy again!
Great LED bulbs! Will buy again!
by SmokehouseDave
3 people found this helpful
Quality ... The Opposite
The packaging for these bulbs says "Lasts 13 years 15,000 hours". My experience with roughly ten Ecosmart A19 60 watts bulbs and eight Ecosmart PAR30 75 watt bulbs purchased at Home D is negative - on average, they do not even last as long as an incandescent. Home D replaced them three times with no questions, at which point I got the message and bought much more expensive Sylvanias that function as advertised. 'Recommended' only so this review will be seen.
by Dearing
8 people found this helpful
short life
A few years ago I began switching out old compact florescent bulbs with LEDs. Initially I used Philips 60-watt equivalent A19 LED bulbs that Home Depot used to carry. As Home Depot phased the Phillips bulbs out, at least the larger, more affordable boxes, last year I resorted to buying a box of eight Ecosmart 60-watt replacement soft white A19 LEDs (1002861716). What a mistake. Five of the eight bulbs have failed. These bulbs were installed in typical indoor locations such as a table lamp, an enclosed ceiling fixture, an open ceiling fixture, and an open, pendent, dining-room-like fixture. None were installed in an extreme location such as outdoors or in a ceiling fan fixture. I was tempted to wait until all eight failed to write this review but it seems important to warn others. The waste of materials for such short-lived bulbs isn’t “eco smart.” For a comparison, none of the couple dozen Phillips bulbs installed 2 to 4 years ago have failed. None.
by nj
8 people found this helpful
These are so incredibly bright! I got the daylight thinking there would be a slight warm ness to ...
These are so incredibly bright! I got the daylight thinking there would be a slight warm ness to them but no they are like school white LEDs. Great value, I just almost blinded myself when I turned the light on for the first time after I changed them lol!
2 people found this helpful
bulbs won't last more than a few months
This is my second purchase of the Ecosmart brand and I decided to actually record the exact hours it lasts. The results was not even close to the 11,000 hours claim.
by omer
10 people found this helpful
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