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Cree 9.5-Watt (60W) Soft/Warm White (2700K) LED Light Bulb

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Cree 9.5-Watt (60W) Soft/Warm White (2700K) LED Light Bulb


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Package Quantity: 1 | Style Name: A
  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 1.6 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00BYG7O8A
  • Item model number: BA19-08027OMF-12DE26-1U100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (327 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,093 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

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134 of 136 people found the following review helpful By P. Corson on April 22, 2013
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Finally an LED bulb that behaves like a good old incandescent bulb at a fraction of the energy consumption. Most LED bulbs for household use are very directional, that is to say the light goes in more of a beam than the glow in all directions of a traditional frosted glass bulb. This one comes very close to being omnidirectional. Of the two varieties, this version in a color temperature (2700° Kelvin) is closer to the warm white of a tungsten filament or halogen capsule filament bulb.

Note: The higher the "temperature" number, the more blue-white it looks. In a home environment the blue-white color can seem harsh, sort of like an old fluorescent light tube.

The light output of the 2700°K example under review is 800 lumens, about the same as a CFL or incandescent rated at 60 watts. Power consumption of the LED array is just 9.5 watts at 120 volts. This unit is said to be dimmable, but I have it in a conventional hooded desk lamp so that feature has not been tested.

Two things are curious about this bulb -- the outer "glass" is coated in clear plastic like a shatterproof industrial shop bulb. It is sticky to the touch, and in an exposed lamp the surface might be attractive to dust. The other characteristic is that the vertical flanges seen between the metal base and the frosted glass run quite hot for a 9 watt bulb. It feels more like how hot a 60 watt bulb would get. Those flanges are designed to dissipate heat created by the LEDs as they produce light, and I have to assume it gets hot, thermally, as a normal running condition.

One other characteristic to note -- the bulb is about a half-inch longer than a traditional incandescent bulb.
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105 of 107 people found the following review helpful By StevieQ on May 12, 2013
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There are notable differences between this Cree 9.5 watts warm white bulb and the Philips 12.5 watts A19 Ambient warm white bulb, both of which I own.

Energy usage: Cree wins. Cree uses only 9.5 watts compared to the Philips 12.5 watts. Cree is also noticeably cooler to the touch than Philips.

Light color: Tie. Both Cree and Philips put out the same yellowish color as a regular warm white bulb. I personally find the 2700K color of regular warm white to be too yellow because they distort the color rendition of objects. I much prefer the more vibrant, bluer, and less yellowish color of bulbs such as the GE Reveal series.

Shape: Cree wins, if external appearance of the bulb shape matters to your application. Cree is closer to the traditional pear shape of regular bulbs than is the futuristic looks of the Philips Ambient. If the bulb is not hidden behind a shade, the Cree's more traditional shape may win, but if both are obscured behind a shade, the different shapes wouldn't matter.

Buzzing sound when used with a dimmer switch: Philips wins here. Cree has a more noticeable buzzing sound when used on a lamp with a dimmer. With the Philips, although there is also a buzzing sound when the light is dimmed, the buzzing sound goes away at full brightness. With the Cree, the buzzing sound stays throughout the range of the dimmer. However, I must point out that when they do buzz, the sound level is about the same for both the Cree and the Philips.

Uniformity of light viewing from all directions: Philips wins. The Cree bulb's light output is concentrated on the sides and towards the base. There is a very noticeable dark area at the tip of the Cree bulb.
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94 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Michael R. Toliver on April 3, 2013
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I just bought 8 of these from Home Depot last night. HD carries these for $12.97 each!!! These appear to have about the same brightness as the 12.5 watt Philips LED bulb, and don't look nearly as odd! The Cree bulbs turn on noticeably faster than the Philips, and much faster than a CFL. Turn on time is basically instant. I also bought 2 of the 40W LED bulbs for the bathroom, and I like them so far. I believe the 40W Cree's were $9.97 each at HD. I am very pleased with the purchase, and will be buying more very soon, just not from here :)

I did some looking around on Cree's website. Cree has an exclusive contract with Home Depot to sell these bulbs. That means, if you buy it from this supplier (M.R.S. Industries, or sold.123, or SOLD LLC (They keep changing names lol)), you are paying them over $10 to drive over to Home Depot, buy the bulb, and mail it to you... $23.19 here, or $12.97 at HD, who also has free shipping if you buy the 6 pack and drops the price per bulb down to $12.47... Fair warning!

UPDATE 8 Apr 13:

These lights feel cool to the touch compared to other LED's. Cree's website says they are not designed for enclosed fixtures, but I decided to try it anyways. I have a 2-bulb closed fixture in my kitchen that now has 1 CFL and 1 Cree LED in it. Not sure how long it takes for any heat buildup to negatively impact bulb life, but I'm gonna give it a try. I will update if it dies on me.

UPDATE Sep 1st 2013:

These bulbs are still doing great. I even have some in fully enclosed housing, and I have seen no negative effects so far. I also wanted to add that if you are military (like me) you can get your military discount from HD after you order online. You just have to Call their customer service line and they will adjust the price.
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