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Feit BPCFC/DM/160/LED/2 LED Dimmable Clear Chandelier Flame Tip 3 watts = 25 watts

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25 watt equivalent
200 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)
  • Lasts up to 30,000 hours
  • 3-watt equivalent to 25-watt using 84-Percent less energy
  • 160 Lumens
  • Elegant flame tip design
  • Dimmable and lights on instantly
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Feit BPCFC/DM/160/LED/2 LED Dimmable Clear Chandelier Flame Tip 3 watts = 25 watts + Feit 7.5 Watt A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulbs 3-Pack (equiv to 40 watts) + Feit 4.8 Watt LED Candelabra Light Bulbs 3-Pack (equiv to 40 watts)
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Product Information

Size Name: 25 watt equivalent | Style Name: 200 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)
Technical Details
Part Number BPCFC/DM/160/LED/2
Item Weight3.5 ounces
Product Dimensions1.2 x 5.5 x 6 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberBPCFC/DM/160/LED/2
Size25 watt equivalent
ColorChandelier/Clear
Style200 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)
ShapeStandard Light Bulbs
Voltage120 volts
Wattage4 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Luminous Flux160
Special FeaturesInstant On
UsageIndoor use only
Batteries Required?No
Warranty Description2 yr warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB009NCE8N6
Best Sellers Rank #111,785 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 20, 2012
  
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Technical Details

Size: 25 watt equivalent | Style: 200 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)
  • Instant On

Product Description

Size: 25 watt equivalent | Style: 200 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)

4-watt, Dimmable Clear Chandelier, Flame Tip.

Important Information

Brightness
160

Annual Energy cost
48 USD

Bulb Life
30000 Hours

Color Temperature
3000 Kelvin

Wattage
4 Watts

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

Customer Reviews

3 bulbs died within 2 months.
Kostadin Djordjev
Then I called Polar-Ray and they immediately sent out a replacement and a return label so I could send back the defective bulbs on their dime.
Thomas R Yackel
My wife insisted that I install a small chandelier above her "retro tub" and I used these dimmable LEDs in that fixture.
TJ Ohio

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Viking One Alpha on December 21, 2012
Style Name: 300 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)Size Name: 40 watt equivalent
I have been slowly converting my entire house to LED lights for the last couple of years. As of right now, it is about 20 percent incandescent, 10 percent CCFL, 40% CFL and 25% LED. Despite my goal of eliminating all power hungry filament bulbs, its hard to find LED's that can replace Halogen and Candelabra lamps, since the fixtures are either dimmable, small or both.

So far, of the 20 Candelabra lamps, 10 are CFL, the rest so far have been incandescent. The LED's available to replace them have been either too large, non dimmable, too dim, too expensive or all four.

The Feit Candelabra LED's are the first Dimmable LED's that are just as bright or brighter than the 40W incandescent lamps they replace, and at a reasonable price of around $15. I got mine through Polarray which was linked through Amazon, but you can order it directly from them, just Google the name. Polarray appears to stock these when no one else has them available.

What you get:

True 40W replacement bulb at 300 Lumen or about 62.5 Lumen per watt vs filament bulbs typically are less than 10 Lumen per watt.
Pretty close to Incandescent light color at about 3000K. Strangely enough, they don't list the Kelvin, but I would say they are a bit Whiter than 2700K, at around 3000K - 3200K. Haven't noticed any CRI issues.
The dimming works flawlessly with my standard ceiling fan incandescent dimmer. Note that on many ceiling fans that use the wireless remote, you may need to leave one incandescent in as a load. On my remote controlled ceiling fan in a different room with different LED's, using all LED bulbs made them flash constantly.
They are close to instant on.
They are very compact and will fit in most Candelabra fixtures.
They only use about 4.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M. Bohse on July 21, 2013
Style Name: 300 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)Size Name: 40 watt equivalent Verified Purchase
Purchased 2 of these bulbs for use in an open candelabra (non-dimming) that operates 4-6 hours/day max. Installed the bulbs in January 2013. One has burned out in early July 2013. The other feels extremely hot while operating, so I don't have high hopes for it's lifespan either. $16 is way too expensive for something that only lasts 5% of its advertised lifespan.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kostadin Djordjev on April 20, 2013
Style Name: 300 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)Size Name: 40 watt equivalent Verified Purchase
Do not buy them.. you will regret.
I bought five of them in January.
3 bulbs died within 2 months.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By JB on May 22, 2013
Style Name: 300 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)Size Name: 40 watt equivalent Verified Purchase
The bulb says they are dimmable, but they just flickered on and off with my dimmer. I swapped them out for the Tuwago version of this bulb and it is like night and day.....literally with my dimmer.....lol.......they work just like incandescent bulbs. In fact, the only 2 brands that have worked perfectly with all my dimmers is Philips and Tuwago.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By 4sranchdweller on February 6, 2013
Style Name: 300 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)Size Name: 40 watt equivalent Verified Purchase
I wanted to replace the 40-watt incandescent bulbs on all of my ceiling fans with LEDs. When I saw that this bulb was labeled "40-watt replacement" on Amazon and that it was well priced, I bought two immediately, with the intent to buy more if they work well. They were delivered quickly and were well packaged. The bulbs look sturdy and have a good heft to them. After installing them on one of my ceiling fans, however, I see that they are not nearly as bright as the two replaced incandescent bulbs and are too dim for normal use. I then realize from the package that each bulb is rated only 300 lumens. To warrant a 40-watt replacement label, each bulb should give off at least 450 lumens. Although the bulb is not appropriately labeled, I feel responsible for not reading the description more carefully before buying, so I am keeping them (rather than returning them). I, however, will use them in one of the rarely used guest rooms instead. For 300-lumen bulbs, they look good, but I knock off two stars for the misleading label.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By L RINDY on December 8, 2013
Style Name: 300 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)Size Name: 40 watt equivalent Verified Purchase
I bought these light bulbs to replace 3 regular light bulbs in a three-light chandelier as I am trying to replace all the regular light bulbs, especially in hard to reach places. I was replacing 60 watt bulbs with these 40 watt equivalents so I knew there would be some loss of lighting. However, there was much more loss than I expected because approximately 1/3 of these bulls does not give light because of the way they are made (plastic base). Nevertheless, I was ok with it to save energy. Here was the real problem. After they has been installed for about a month, I noticed that all 3 plastic bases of the chandelier had turned brown about an inch down from the bulbs. It appeared to be from overheating. I should note here that the chandelier is open at the top and at the bottom so these were not installed in a "closed" lighting fixture. However, I had them removed immediately because of the fear of causing a fire. These bulbs should come with a strict warning that they burn much hotter than regular bulbs and to be aware of the fire danger if installing them in many light fixtures. So, I'm out $58. I don't usually do reviews but want to save others from the loss of money but more importantly from the risk of fire.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Gary on June 29, 2013
Style Name: 300 Lumens (Chandelier/Clear)Size Name: 40 watt equivalent
I'll start out by saying that I really like the quality of light these bulbs give out, and I really wanted them to work for me. In fact, when they started burning out, I looked at the packaging and saw that they will last for 22,000 hours, so I took them back to the store and got an exchange. No problem.

I've done this now, three times, on each and every light I purchased. I originally bought 9 of them, at about $15 apiece. Not a single bulb lasted 30 days. Some only lasted 1-2 weeks. The local store has been exchanging them, with no question, but I'm simply too tired to keep it up.

This weekend, I'm boxing all 9 bulbs up and taking them back for a refund.

In short, these bulbs are a complete waste of money and time.
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