EarthLED ZetaLux 2 Pro 7-Watt Warm White LED Light Bulb
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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.
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.
----One year update----
Doing fine after a year. It has been on over 4000 hours.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
these have worked long and well. had them three years aready, no problems. i like the warm color.Great for reading.Published 4 months ago by DJW
This bulb is so worth it. I had been using an incandescent for my night table, and it was so hot to the touch
after a few minutes. Read more
I have been using this product for many months now and I have already seen a drop in my electric bill. Read morePublished on July 3, 2013 by moi
These are reasonably priced and are holding up so far . I have stopped buying incandescent and prefer to avoids the mercury in the cfl bulbs so this really is the way to go.Published on June 6, 2013 by Kate, in Louisville, KY
to find 2700K LED bulbs. All manufacturers tout 2700K to 3500K or even up to 4000K as "Warm white". But anyone doing a side by side comparison of the color of light between a 2700K... Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I bought a bunch of these bulbs as an experiment. They were cheaper back when I bought them a year ago, and initially I was thinking they'd be pretty cruddy. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by Kevin P. Griffis
I'm a big fan of LED bulbs, and have replaced every bulb in my house with them. Bear in mind that the bulb will be a little bit dimmer than a fluorescent (if you are upgrading).Published on August 20, 2012 by dnabios