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Feit Electric A19/HP/LED 5-LED High Performance A19 Bulb, 7.5-Watt

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  • 90 percent More efficient than incandescent and Halogen
  • Long lasting up to 30,000 hours
  • Mercury Free
  • No UV Emissions
  • Resists Shock and Vibration
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number A19/HP/LED
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions3 x 3 x 7.8 inches
Item model numberA19/HP/LED
ShapeA19
Voltage120 volts
Wattage7.5 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Special FeaturesHigh performance
Warranty Description2 year
  
Additional Information
ASINB003YXZIP2
Best Sellers Rank #167,102 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 24, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • High performance

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

5-LEDs, 7 Watt, High Performance A19 household bulb, 90 percent More efficient than incandescent and Halogen bulbs, Long lasting up to 30,000 hours, Mercury Free, No UV Emissions, Resists Shock and Vibration, Cool running and silent, Lifetime not shortened by frequent on/off switching, Low maintenance costs.

Product Description

A19/HP/LED Features: -Light bulb.-Mercury free.-Bulb type: E26.-Lifetime hours: 25000.-Base: Medium.-Lumen: 450. Specifications: -Wattage: 7.5W.-Voltage: 120 Volts. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 7.75" H x 3" W x 3" D.

Important Information

Annual Energy cost
90 USD

Bulb Life
25000 Hours

Color Temperature
3000 Kelvin

Wattage
7.5 Watts

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The color is good (3000 degrees kelvin).
PickyGuy
It was turned on and left on in a plain lamp for a couple hours at a time and then turned off again: no dimmer, no fancy light fixtures, no touch lamp.
Joseph Zaworski
I used the highlighter on these and they look much better.
Handy Man

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Zaworski on May 1, 2011
Purchased one of these bulbs at a local big-name hardware store as well. Placed it in a standard upright table lamp that I'd previously had a flourescent in. I only received about ten hours of light over 7-10 days before the bulb began to flicker and finally failed. It was turned on and left on in a plain lamp for a couple hours at a time and then turned off again: no dimmer, no fancy light fixtures, no touch lamp. I haven't been able to identify any reason for it to fail so quickly. I put the flourescent bulb back in the lamp.

While the LED bulb DID work, it was excellent - did not hurt my eyes, no glare on the computer screen nearby, very soft but vivid white glow. Also important to me: bulb remains very, very cool while in use and exudes extremely little warmth.

Also, on a customer service note -- worth considering with your purchase, I think:
Instead of just returning it to the store, since it failed a week in, I decided to follow the contact info on the package and contact the manufacturer instead.
Got in touch with Feit a few days after I sent them an email, got asked a few questions about how long I used the bulb before it failed, and was told I'd be sent a replacement - no replacement arrived, and about ten days later I received a few more messages instructing me that actually before I could get a replacement I'd have to have the bulb I already had shipped to them and "tested." Asked if they could provide a mailing label for me to ship their faulty bulb back (rather than paying half the cost of the item to ship it back to them), and still haven't receieved a responce.

Willing to accept this may be a fluke or simple mistake but it was a little disappointing!
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Gary Riggs on October 1, 2010
I own a lot of led lights and this is the first true incandescent replacement I have seen. I've been wanting to switch over to LED lighting for some time because of the mercury seen in CFL (compact fluorescent light) bulbs, and because CFL's never last as long as they say they're going to last. LED bulbs last a LONG time and are very energy efficient. The price should come down as these bulbs become more mainstream but until now, LED bulbs weren't really good enough to replace your current incandescent of CFL. These particular bulbs are definitely good enough to replace your standard incandescent bulb. Sylvania makes one that looks very similar but the price at the local store was $10 higher than this bulb.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By PickyGuy on September 9, 2010
Just bought this A19 bulb from a local "big box" retailer for $18. I have it installed in my desk lamp. The color is good (3000 degrees kelvin). It's not quite as "yellow" or warm as an incandescent bulb but it's close. Manufacturer claims that power consumption is 6.5 watts, 340 lumens, 30000 hours of life, 84% more efficient relative to a standard incandescent bulb. It's warm to the touch but not hot. Not intended for use with dimmers. I'm not one to notice, but I understand that these lights don't "strobe" like CFL bulbs do. Efficiency is 25-40% better than CFL, but the cost is 10x higher. If cost come down a bit more, I'd probably buy this again.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Matt Krieger on November 20, 2010
Bought this at big box retailer for about 20$ and it produces more light than a condescend bulb and a compact florescent. Definately a white-ish light but not really bright enough to blind anyone when you step outside and provides good enough light to be able to see the keyhole to the house, If you are considering indoor light or outfoor light that is covered so it doesn't get wet then this light is for you! Also Feit is probably one of the good companies to buy LED from right now, Phillips is also but if choice, go for Feit
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jake on April 17, 2011
This bulb is the best bang for your buck when it comes to LED bulbs. This is by far the cheapest 40 watt replacement bulb, and it only draws 6.5 watts, the next best thing is Sylvania's A19 replacement, but it costs $5 to $10 more, and it draws 8 watts. This bulb looks like an incandescent bulb--you can't even notice it when it's screwed into a socket, and the light is much whiter than an incandescent, but not harsh like a fluorescent. As a result, the perceived light output is similar to that of a 60 watt incandescent. Also, the LED bulbs do not flicker like CFLs. I have replaced every A19 bulb in my home with these and do not miss the incandescents at all! I would recommend these bulbs to everyone, as long as you're not looking for a bulb with dimming capability, as these cannot dim.

DO NOT BUY THIS BULB FROM AMAZON--YOU CAN BUY THESE FROM LOWES FOR ONLY $18!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Flight Attendant on December 28, 2010
This bulb is awkward. It's not really a FULL bulb but more of half a bulb. It is semi bright but i expected it to be lower. 2 of these would be good for lighting a medium sized room. I wouldn't suggest this bulb for lighting your porch. More like a rarely used hallway, lamp, vanity mirror or on your fan with those 4 sockets. No issues with it so far. I can't comment on energy use yet as i'm only running CFL and i bought 2 of these to help with the lighting cost.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Christian on July 7, 2011
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Erroneous Amazon title.
The product is 6.5W (which in the product description is correctly described as a 40W equivalent replacement).
The bulb is OK. It's a bit dim but then again, a 40W incandescent light is a bit dim.
Not a great price nor an outrageous one.

Given the choice, I would go with the Pharox 300 ($30) or the EarthLED ZetaLux 2 ($20).
But it's good enough that I will keep it and it will work just fine.
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