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EarthLED ZetaLux 2 Pro 7-Watt Warm White LED Light Bulb

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  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B004IR7PKE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,103 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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This bulb has a very nice, warm look to it.
DaveH_SF
That said... As of today, September 2011, this is the best LED bulb on the market.
Amazon Customer
The color is warm, just like an incandescent.
Marge

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89 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 31, 2011
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IMPORTANT NOTE CONCERNING LED BULBS: You cannot place an LED bulb in an enclosed fixture. The fixture these bulbs are placed into must have air circulating around them. An enclosed fixture must house an incandescent, since the incandescent is not affected by heat. Place an LED in an enclosed fixture and the heat sink cannot function properly; it will slowly dim over several weeks until the brightness is only a small percentage of it's original luminosity. It probably won't suddenly go out, but it will dim considerably over time.
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That said...

As of today, September 2011, this is the best LED bulb on the market. I've tested several, and this is it.

The warmth of the light looks like the GE 48688 60-Watt A19 Reveal Bulbs, 4-Pack. It's that close. The only difference is that is is slightly dimmer, and the light aura does not extend completely to the base. Sure, exclude everything else and the 60-watt Reveal bulb gives off the superior light. But you can't exclude everything else. There is both the heat load of the bulb and the energy costs. And once these are factored in the EarthLED is a very attractive option.

At the time of writing, there are about a dozen reviews. All are 5-star reviews. I suspect that trend will continue. Amazon is having a difficult time keeping these in stock also, so go ahead and order a few if you can.

Just for reference, I've also test the GE 62180 9-Watt LED Soft White A19 Light Bulb, which is supposedly the most superior LED bulb on the market. Not any more.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Corey Fisher on October 3, 2011
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I purchased two of these light bulbs as a test to test try them in place of two cfl's that I use on a daily basis, I was invited to the thoguht of testing these as they use only 7 watts instead of 13 like the cfl's did. The specs are msisleading as it shows 60w comparable. It is NOT 60w comparable. It has 450 lumens compared to a standard 800 for 60w. The light output is much less from my lamp then it was originally, even though it works out because I prefer a less brighter light in that particular lamp, I did not get what I orininally thought I was paying for. I've seen real 60w led bulbs and they have 800 lumens and also use the same wattaged (13 watts) as a true 60w replacement bulb. Not cool.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Nicholle Silva-Barton on August 4, 2011
I absolutely LOVE these bulbs. I have the 6 and 7 wattage bulbs in the white light (great light for paiting or playing games) and also the warmer yellow light. I point them out to everyone who visits and they are impressed and say that they cannot tell the difference between the LED light or conventional bulbs. I am working on replacing all the lights in the house with EartLed bulbs--it is an investment, but our electic usage and bill has shown a noticeable drop already, plus they do not give off the heat of regular bulbs, so the AC does not come on as often. Buy them on sale--Earth Day is always a big sale with 6 watts bulbs around $10 and the 7 watts around $20. I only ever buy the bulbs on sale, and must say that this is the perfect way to be green (without the mercury issue of CFLs) and still watch your funds.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By DaveH_SF on August 12, 2011
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This bulb has a very nice, warm look to it. The package says 450 Lumens, not 400. Note that the description says that it will replace a 60W DOWNLIGHT. That is pretty much correct, because the light dispersion is mostly in one direction. This would be good for ceiling locations where you don't want much light going up, or in cans. I put this in a difficult-to-access outdoor fixture (not a moist location) and it looks very good. It will be on about 12 hours a day, and I'm looking forward to not changing the bulb for around 8 years. We'll see...

----One year update----

Doing fine after a year. It has been on over 4000 hours.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Daylight on June 4, 2011
The Earth LED 7 bulb is, in my opinion, as good or better than a standard Edison light bulb. I am using the bulbs in all of my reading lamps and a more powerful model to light my garage. The secret to current LED designs is to put them in overhead lamps with the bulb base facing down. The light from the bulb directs from the top. Overhead lamps and and "in wall" fixtures (with out covers) work very well. If you plan to phase out your CFL's do not get standard lamps with the bulb facing up (unless you want to illuminate your ceiling). Over the past year I have broken two CFL's when I accidentally knocked over a table lamp. In a great twist of irony I purchased an overhead lamp for my LED from Targot. The package included a "free" CFL. The genius who packaged the box put the CFL next to the 10 pound base of the lamp. The CFL was broken and I will have to return it to Targot. They can keep it. My Earth LED's will never break and they will possibly last for the rest of my life. Oh, by the way, they only use 7 watts. The future is here. P.S. I do not work for EarthLED company.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bob R. on September 15, 2011
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A little truth in advertising:

1. I compared this bulb side by side with a 50 watt spot - they were about the same.

2. Use these bulbs like spotlight bulbs - they direct light away from the socket. This is good if it's what you need. This bulb is not a replacement for an ordinary 60 watt bulb and has nowhere near the lumens rating.

3. These suckers are heavy.

Given the above caveats - these are great bulbs. They combine little heat and much less power consumption.
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