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120-Watt Equivalent PAR38 Dimmable Energy Star Flood LED Light Bulb Bright White (2-Pack)

  • Bright white color temperature provides energizing, crisp light
  • Ideal for indoor/outdoor use, wet locations and enclosed fixtures
  • $174 estimated lifetime energy savings per bulb
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indoor and outdoor
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Get piece of mind with the long life and energy savings of an EcoSmart dimmable LED PAR38 Flood Light Bulb. This Bright White, Energy Star rated, LED indoor/outdoor bulb can be used to replace a standard 120-Watt incandescent or halogen bulb. Use in fixtures located in kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms. Choose this long-lasting LED bulb for your outdoor light fixtures for the convenience of not having to change those bulbs again for-years. Flood lights are sometimes located in places that require a ladder for the install. Imagine not having the daunting task of changing those bulbs every year or worrying about how much energy is being used when they are turned on. Keep your exterior spaces illuminated and safe without a concern about frequent replacements and high electric bills.
  • Brightness: 1200 Lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.74 (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: 3000K (bright white)
  • Energy used: 14.5-Watt (equivalent to a 120W standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Uses up to 84% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Shatter resistant
  • Suitable for use in totally enclosed fixtures
  • Dimmable: can be used with most dimmer switches, downloadable compatibility list provided
  • Ideal for recessed cans, track lighting and indoor/outdoor floodlight use
  • Energy efficient LED
  • Mercury-free
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Light Color
Wattage Equivalence
bulb count
enclosed fixture
indoor and outdoor
Compatible Fixtures



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Bright White
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Dimmable,Energy Saving,Shatter Resistant
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Wattage Equivalence
120 Watts

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Questions & Answers


What is the warranty on the eco light bulbs. Its say 13 years of life only lasted for 2 years.

Asked by Light February 1, 2021

EcoSmart LED Lamps and Luminaires Limited Warranty Limited Warranty: 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. This warranty will be voided for misuse of product per the caution statement. Some states do not allow the exclusion of limitation or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state and province to province. Please see a store for more details.

What is the dispersal range of the light (degrees)? This is a basic specification for a reflecto...

Asked by Dave December 29, 2020

Although I cannot find any information on the footprint specifications of this bulb, I believe these are standard flood lamp reflectors which are usually rated with a 120 degree footprint.

I've tried to review these bulbs twice - on two different browsers - and get an error message "De...

Asked by Clevel October 31, 2020

I tried to use these bulbs with smart wifi scokets without success but the light works when directly installed

Asked by Ray August 2, 2020

I've used these in outside motion detectors. These should work on the same principle as your smart switch. I assume that your smart switch is NOT using a relay to turn the light on and off but is designed to use the low resistance of the bulb in some manner. I have seen this type of problem on 2 motion sensing porch lights. I put in an LED light and one would flicker and the other would not go on. I put in halogen or regular bulb and both work just fine. One is designed to slowly go on, so it doesn't use a simple relay. The other likely uses a zero crossing circuit to minimize jolt as the light goes on so also does not use a simple relay. But those are just guesses, although reasonable. I currently have 6 smart switches and pulled 1 apart since it came broken. All 5 work well and the one did have a little relay in it. I don't know of a reasonable fix except to get regular smart switches or live with higher electric bills.

Can I install these in a regular high hat fixture inplace of a halogen bulb assuming I have a compatable dimmer?

Asked by Brian July 7, 2020

Should be just fine. They will run cooler, of course. And there are 3 colors so you can get different effects. I think these are called bright white, white and warm or soft white.

Brightness difference between 90w and 120w Ecosmart?

Asked by Geronimo February 28, 2020

I used both for motion detectors around barn and house. 120 lights up more of an area than 90, as you'd expect. In more of a confined area, the 90's probably feel the same, but I appreciated illuminating a larger area around the barn with the 120's. I don't think I really noticed the 90's around the house as being less light.

EcoSmart, or whoever is making these bulbs for Home Depot, needs to update the packaging to inclu...

Asked by Greg February 27, 2020

Most people don't read much on the package and grab a light because it looks like what they are looking for. I agree it would be clearer to include spotlight/floodlight for those not familiar with this new class of bulb. On the other hand, some lights are used to warm areas for barn animals, etc, and in that regard, these would be poor floodlights. I agree that flood or spot is weird. Floodlight/spotlight would assure me that it is what I'm looking for.

Are white outside portion of these paint-able ? The white really clashes with my bronze trim

Asked by temsr September 8, 2019

I can't tell you definitively, however these don't heat up like filament bulbs so probably present little problem to painting. The plastic body should take paint easily including sanding, if you need a super professional job.

Just installed 6 of these bulbs. I have tried the Lutron Ariadni CL dimmer and the Leviton No. 6...

Asked by Nate August 12, 2017

I have not experienced this issue, mine (dimmer and bulbs) are silent; Do you mean the dimmer hums, or the bulbs make audible noise? I'm on a road trip and don't have access to my references...but I'd suggest you do a search (google, bing whatever you use) with the terms "LED compatible dimmers"... see what shows up.. Perhaps the manufacture will offer some addition information.

What dimmers are compatible with these lights?

Asked by Walt July 25, 2017

any dimmer works

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Customer Reviews

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  • 83% recommend this product
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The statement that these bulbs are equivalent to 120W incandescent bulbs is a bit of an overstate...
The statement that these bulbs are equivalent to 120W incandescent bulbs is a bit of an overstatement. Perhaps 90W, or even a bit less. But having said that, two years ago I bought 68 of these bulbs for a sanctuary where many of the locations require a lift to gain access. Bulb failures, or worse, a string of failures, would have been pretty expensive and difficult. In two years not a single bulb has failed. The bulbs respond smoothly and uniformly to dimmers and cast a very even light pattern. Very, very pleased.
by CommandrOfTheLightBrigade
Only had them for a couple weeks but so far so good!
Only had them for a couple weeks but so far so good!
by Rod
Great out lights cristal white lights improvements. Great for working out side and you need light...
Great out lights cristal white lights improvements. Great for working out side and you need lights.and good for security these lights lite up your entire yard .no hiddinging dark spots l live on the corner and l can see my house.1 block away so what are you waiting for guys them out you won't be sorry .
by truckman
Both lamps worked out of the box! :0) And very bright! Going to use for the side of the House t...
Both lamps worked out of the box! :0) And very bright! Going to use for the side of the House to light up the BBQ during the summer.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
I really like this product. If I have a complaint...
I really like this product. If I have a complaint it would be that they shadow much more than the bulbs I have previously used. Overall I do like the bulb.
by HeadGuess
This product meets my expectations.
This product meets my expectations.
by fukhan
Real easy way to save on your electric bill.
Quite bright and good color rendition. I replaced a pair of incandescent 100W lamps controlled by a light sensitive PIR (passive infrared) controller unit with these 15W LED bulbs. The controller did not like them. Apparently they don't draw enough current to satisfy the sensor. They just "strobe lighted" when triggered. Not a fault of the bulbs, just an old sensor assembly. I'll eventually need to upgrade it to LED compatible. I solved this by using an LED / incandescent "pair" in each control head. They provide more light, and at 15% of the electrical power consumption. The simple math per bulb: My electric rate is ~ $0.16 kWh; and the bulbs run ~5 hours a day. In one year: An incandescent 100W bulb will cost $29.20 These brighter LED's will cost $4.58 Do the math on your bill.
Good light for protected areas.
I was hoping to use these lights in an open area on the front of the house and changed out the fixture to hold these lamps for a new motion sensor I just installed. While I was mounting the new fixture and checking the lamps, one of the bases of the lamp became dislodged from the base making the bulb unusable. Upon further examination, I noticed the bulb base had very shallow divits for holding the base in place and was poorly manufactured. Too bad actually, because the bulb performs perfectly otherwise. I was a little bummed.
by HomeDepotCustomer
4 people found this helpful
LEDs are the way to go
I use these bulbs with inexpensive clamp-on mounts, minus the bulky and now unnecessary reflectors, for a quick and dirty photography studio. You can clamp them on to pretty much anything for a stand. They throw a nice even illumination, with very little heat. There's really no end to what you can do with this setup. I scrapped the light head on my work light when the halogen bulbs burned out, and replaced it with a wooden cross-bar and some clamp-on lights as well. I like the daylight color for most things, but sometimes the warmer yellow of the bright white is useful. Bright white is a misnomer, the color is distinctly yellow, although not almost orange like 'soft white'. Daylight bulbs are also useful for plant lights and aquaria, as they contain the right spectrum for growth. I have measured about 10 times the useful light for this purpose compared to CFL 'floods' of the same rating, due to the much better directionality of the LEDs. These particular bulbs are also weather-tight for outside use. LEDs also last much longer than CFLs, which were always a lie. Price-wise, LEDs are now starting to overtake CFLs, especially if you factor in the life of the bulb. I don't buy CFLs any more, I think in a few years they will be as obsolete as incandescents.
by nickname
Outstanding light upgrade. BRIGHT!
An excellent upgrade to any recessed lighting fixture. The bulb when turned off is stylish and not offensive looking like some LED assemblies out there now. Others look like you would see them on the space shuttle. The diodes are concentrated in about a 1 inch cluster in the center of the assembly but light does refract from the whole thing. (See photo) Light turns on instantly with no delay. Dimming is smooth and there is no flickering at any level. I have found this to be one of the better features of this light. In my experience, dimmable LED bulbs still have some degree of flickering when dimmed but there is none with this set The light is a very pleasant soft white and puts out a nice flood wide flood pattern (See photo)
by HDKevin
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