These are REALLY bright. I have one in the basement and it’s like clicking on a light on a football field. Wish each wing was individually controlled. If you have a big space you need illuminated, this is for you.
Are these suitable for outdoor use?
The ones I got didn’t come with retail packaging so I don’t know what the manufacturer says, but these screw into a standard lightbulb socket and don’t have any type of weatherproofing. I personally would not use them outdoors. They are great in dark basements or large garages.
What is the wattage rating on these?
Are these dimmable? Our garage lights are on Lutron dimmers.
INFO FROM VENDOR!
- the Triburst is 120V, 60W each
- suitable for E26/E27 light socket base
- Unfortunately, it is not dimmable.
- Indoor (dry location) only
- Bright White lighting, 6500K, 4000 Lumens
Do you have the color temp @ThunderThighs?
Is it 6500K?
I bought this before and the light died within two weeks. It was on a dimmer and I think that is why.
Not the same brand, but $17.99 ea. And lifetime warranty.
I was just at MENARDS last night and they had screw in 110v LED light bulbs that put out 4,000 lumens for $11.22 each. I got 3 and put them in our basement and now it is Bright down there. Come with a 3 year full replacement warranty. So you could get 4 of them for what one of these cost ! These are the kind of deals we use to get from you Woot
Correction…I forgot the TriBurst was a 2 pack…so you could get 4 of the MENARDS 4,000 lumen lights for what 2 TriBurst cost.
I added the info to my post above.
Roughly equivalent to four 60-watt incandescent bulbs, according to the interwebs.
Does it have motion sensing on/off ?
No, it does not.
Make it simple for me here…if I put this up in my attic (the old pull string for on and off…I don’t have a wall switch for it), can I still use this? Is this going to still work with the string pull??
I would look at your string and if it would still work with the larger base near the socket.
I have one mounted in a pull-chain socket in my garage (in an appropriately-sized base of course). You’d want to make sure there is plenty of space for this thing to hang, though; it’s not for tight quarters.