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.
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Absolutely. As mentioned in my review, I replaced every bulb in my home except those in flash lights.
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.
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.
They did for me
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
sure,i can see no reason not to.
I use led lights in my garage door openers and never had a problem.
These can be used in a bathroom.