|Bulb Diameter (In.)||3.74||Product Height (in.)||5.20 in|
|Actual Color Temperature (K)||2700||Average Life (hours)||25000|
|Bulb Construction||Plastic||Bulb Shape||Reflector|
|Bulb Type||Flood||Color Rendering Index (CRI)||90|
|Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor||Light Bulb Base Code||E26|
|Light Bulb Base Type||Medium||Light Bulb Features||Dimmable, Energy Saving|
|Light Bulb Shape Code||BR30||Lighting Technology||LED|
|Lumens (Brightness)||1260||Number of Bulbs Included||2|
|Wattage (watts)||16||Wattage Equivalence||90 Watt|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 Years|
A: Go to web site and find the bulbs you want. Then load your email on page for notice to go out to you after refilled stock.
A: I would not use these enclosed as they will burn out early. These are great bulbs as you can set each bulb with different color temps.
A: Hello, and thank you for your question about the EcoSmart 90WE BR30. This bulb cannot be used in fully enclosed fixtures as the heat build up will damage the bulb.
A: Box states 1260 lumens.
A: These bulbs is 1260 lumens.
A: OK, smart alecks. 1) These are not outlawed in Virginia. These are California Title 20 compliant, which is a more stringent standard than the rest of the country. 2) I checked online a few days ago, and the web site said that there were no bulbs within 100 miles of the Fairfax, VA Home Depot. Out of curiosity, I checked stores in Ohio and Tennessee, and no bulbs within 100 miles of those stores, either. Thinking that perhaps they only carry these in California, I checked zip code 90210, and sure enough, they were in stock. 3) The web site would not allow me order and have them shipped to Fairfax, VA. That reinforced my hypothesis that perhaps Home Depot was being short-sighted, and only selling these higher standard bulbs in California (due to T20 requirements). Hence, my question.
A: Hello, and thank you for your question about the EcoSmart 90WE BR30. I'm not sure where in Virginia you are, but I'm seeing that it is available in most stores except for Waynesboro. Even if it is not stocked in your local Home Depot store, it is available online through homedepot.com. Just to be clear, these light bulbs have not been banned in any state except for California, which has it's own regulations for light bulbs.
A: I would say that is a question you have to ask your state legislator Why the banned them in Virginia.