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  • My first thoughts were “what a strange looking light bulb.” When installed in my ceiling fan all ...
  • March 19, 2020
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My first thoughts were “what a strange looking light bulb.” When installed in my ceiling fan all I can see is the doughnut shape part of the bulb, Still a little strange, but also gives an older fan kind of a more modern look. Then I turn them on. This is our living room and the place we do the most of our reading and computer work. We like it to be bright and we thought it was, until we turned on these. It was like the difference between night and day, so much brighter than any other set of bulbs we have ever had in here! I would imagine even a single bulb would make a big difference in a room, but four of them together is a game changer! If you want a bright room and a modern look, then these bulbs are well worth the cost. Warning is these are not dimmable and the light is a bit harsh if you put in four bulbs. My wife loves them and that is good enough for me.

Pros Easy Installation, Easy Replacement, Eco-Friendly, Nice Design, Very Bright

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txgent10

San Antonio Texas
55 to 64, Male
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  • These bulbs were an excellent upgrade to what was in...
  • March 03, 2020

These bulbs were an excellent upgrade to what was in our lamps. It is much easier to read my books.

Lynn

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  • These bulbs are supposed to be 150-watt equivalent, but they didn't seem much brighter than my 60...
  • March 20, 2020

These bulbs are supposed to be 150-watt equivalent, but they didn't seem much brighter than my 60-watt equivalent LED bulbs, hence the 4 stars. They are still bright, but they use 18 watts, while my normal 60-watt equivalent LED bulbs only use 8 to 9 watts. They are also a heavier than my normal 8-watt LEDS. This is not a big deal, but just an observation. What I can't seem to figure out is what the difference is between this light bulb and my other 60-watt equivalent light bulb besides it supposed to be a lot brighter. This bulb is supposed to put out 1500 to 2000 lumens of light, while my 60-watt equivalent LED puts out around 600 to 800 lumens. I must say these bulbs are a little bit brighter, but not much brighter to justify the 18-watts to power these bulbs, as opposed to the 8-9 watts to power my other LEDs that are almost as bright.

Pros Easy to Use, Eco-Friendly Cons a bit heavy, not as bright as expected

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Ray

Centreville, VA
45 to 54, Male
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  • April 01, 2020

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  • I am thrilled to have these 150W equivalent bulbs as this pretty much makes my entire house using...
  • March 19, 2020
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I am thrilled to have these 150W equivalent bulbs as this pretty much makes my entire house using LED lighting. I have a vaulted ceiling in my living room so more lumens (ala 150w equivalent) was a must. The look/design of these bulbs is a little funky, but my lights are covered so you never see them. Puts out a great deal of light so very happy with these bulbs. Non-dimmable but that's not an issue with me

Pros Easy Installation, Easy Replacement, Easy to Use, Very Bright

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ZigTX

Richardson TX
55 to 64, Male
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  • May 06, 2020

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  • I'm continually making my home more ECO friendly and LED lights are leading the way as they cost ...
  • March 25, 2020
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I'm continually making my home more ECO friendly and LED lights are leading the way as they cost far less to use than incandescent bulbs (which produce excessive heat) and waste energy. And CFL bulbs contain mercury which is hazardous if broken. And CFL bulbs are somewhat fragile (easily broken). LED's are now available for any and all applications including for low wattage lamps, candle styles, spot lights, and dimming capability. And if you use a smart home system, LED's are even available to work with that. Note: this is NOT a smart bulb and is non dimming. But for conventional socket locations where no dimming is needed and no smart switch capability, this is a great bulb and produces a very nice white light.

Pros Easy Installation, Easy Replacement, Easy to Use, Eco-Friendly, Lots of Features, Nice Design, Very Bright, saves money on electricity, nice white light, crisp clarity

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Jerry

Mid Michigan
55 to 64, Male
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  • We have four new lights being installed on a porch, one was done and we installed one of these li...
  • March 26, 2020
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We have four new lights being installed on a porch, one was done and we installed one of these lights. They are bright but NOT glaring at all. They seem extremely heavy duty so for an outdoor installation they should give many years of use and not break down with extremes in weather. A reminder that they are not dimmable but the warm light feature makes them very easy on the eyes.

Pros Easy Installation, Easy Replacement, Easy to Use, Eco-Friendly, soft light, very durable

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ckw

Phoenix AZ
65 or over, Female
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  • This 5000K temperature non-dimmable LED bulb is a very bright white light compared to the warmer,...
  • March 24, 2020
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This 5000K temperature non-dimmable LED bulb is a very bright white light compared to the warmer, slightly yellow light of the 3000K and incandescent bulbs. I use these in the garage/wood whop because they illuminate so well, making marking and cutting much easier and clear. What I like about LED's is that they use so much less energy that CFL's or incandescents, which is an issue as I have 9 of them in the workshop. These LED's are made extremely well and sturdily with essentially a cage of strong plastic ribs to protect the transformer and a double, alternating row of approx 100 LED diodes that are protected by a plastic housing that helps to diffuse the light of the many individual diodes.

Pros Clear Instructions, Compact, Easy Installation, Easy Replacement, Easy to Use, Eco-Friendly, Nice Design, Stylish, Very Bright

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North Florida
65 or over, Male
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  • The 150-Watt Equivalent A21 Non-Dimmable LED Light Bulb Daylight in 5000K (4-Pack) from SANSI is...
  • March 20, 2020
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The 150-Watt Equivalent A21 Non-Dimmable LED Light Bulb Daylight in 5000K (4-Pack) from SANSI is awesome! I was a little skeptical about a 150-watt bulb. But it being LED, I decided to give it a try. The light comes very well packaged to prevent breakage. And when I first looked at the bulb, it was like it was something from the NASA Space Program. I installed it in my computer desk lamp, and WOW. This bulb was amazing at just how much crystal clear light it produced. And when I turned it off I was curious how hot the bulb was. Surprise again at how the bulb was warm to the touch. But not even close to how hot a standard 40-watt bulb would be. But the most awesome thing about this bulb was the life of the bulb. 22.8 years! This thing will last longer than me.

Pros Easy Replacement, Eco-Friendly, Nice Design, Very Bright

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Rusty

Plantersville, ms
55 to 64, Male
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