Energetic Lighting 8.2 Watt LED Bulb, 6-Pack
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No, they’re not dimmable.
$37.29 with Prime.
800 lumens should be ~60W incandescent bulb brightness.
Bit of a savings over the mothership, but I’m not sure if it’s worth the pressure of deciding to pull the trigger in a woot-off. I’d rather shop around Amazon and find something a little cooler than “soft-white.”
I won’t buy any more LED bulbs until I see the light output pattern. Some of them are more like spotlights rather than omnidirectional lighting.
NOT DIMMABLE. FYI.
I think these are pretty nice. We bought one set, then bought a second set when woot had them again. they are lighting our bedroom, Garage (they can handle the cold!) and a couple of random spots around the house- just replacing what burned out.
I only buy the daylight versions. Makes my art and photography on the walls pop.
This bulb has a 240 degree beam angle. It does pretty good with the beam pattern
Good Afternoon Everyone! My name is Rob and I represent the manufacturer of these lights. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
Ace hardware has a Feit led 60 watt on sale for one, 7.99 plus use your Rewards card it knocks it down to 5.99 each, and are the dimmable ones.
That is in the midwest, not sure about the rest of the US. No limit. 3000 kelvin.
800 Lumens seems pretty dull. Not very bright from what I understand. Or perhaps I am the not so bright one here?
Are these rated for fully enclosed fixtures, or damp locations?
What’s the light temperature?
Does anyone have experience with LED bulbs long term? I’m curious how long they really last. I know longevity was one of the selling points of CFLs, and they never lived up to that promise. I wonder if LEDs are in the same boat.
Hello! These are damp rated. They can work in enclosed areas as well, just make sure there is a little room around the bulb (not sandwiched in the fixture). Outdoor is okay as well, as long as it’s not directly exposed to water or snow (elements)
These are 3000K. It’s a soft white with a bit of an amber color.
Rob, do these work in enclosed spaces, e.g., above stove, bathrm fan/light, garage door opener enclosure? fluorescents can’t take the heat.
(nevermind I saw that they’re not)
These will last around 25,000 hours. There is several years of testing done.