Two pretty important details when buying a bulb these days: color temperature and wattage used.
Neither of these key details are present in the description (beyond “cool.”)
Per Home Depot, it’s 6500K and 60 watts.
Not a good deal. $10 cheaper on Amazon for 2 pack https://www.amazon.com/Daylight-Deformable-Lighting-Warehouse-Workshop/dp/B082V7GSV7/ref=asc_df_B082V7GSV7/?tag=&linkCode=df0&hvadid=366016832807&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=4480945452416671318&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9001779&hvtargid=pla-856746365247&ref=&adgrpid=80266838590&th=1
But you’re not paying for the “Bell + Howell” name!
Here’s the link without all the tracking crap:
I was given one of these - lots of light - each of the heads looks like an Autobot symbol, for some reason.
I recently bought a similar style light and I love it. Need another for the garage. This one is (supposedly) 7200 lumens and 55W. The price has dropped since I purchased
Alright anyone wanna go halvsies on this, pretty sure just one will light up the inside of my garage like the frickin sun, no need for two…
While the product you referenced is cheaper it is not the same product so it isn’t exactly an apples to apples comparison. A couple of red flags on that product include a lot of reviews from people who got it for free, a 1 year warranty vs 5, and also this…
“All our efforts are to give our customers better products, so we have established technical departments and so on”
Here’s why it’s a bad idea. The most unreliable part of most LED bulbs is not the LEDs themselves It’s the driving circuit. If this uses a single driver for all three wings, and it dies, the entire fixture is trash unless you know an electronics technician who may be able to fix it. I would rather buy three cheaper bulbs and put them in a three sockets. Then if one fails, you’ve still got two that work.
Sucker is right, this two-pack is only $41.88 on Amazon with Prime, not all deals on WOOT are deals