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GE Lighting 89888 Energy Smart LED 11-watt (60-watt equivalent) 800-Lumen A19 Light Bulb with Standard Base, 1-Pack

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11W=60W White
Soft White (2700K)
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  • 60-watt replacement uses only 11-watts
  • Provides 800 lumens
  • Lasts 13.7 years based on 3 hours per day usage
  • Dimmable; Long Life; Low Energy; 10-Year Warranty
  • 2700K soft white light, 1 bulb per package
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GE Lighting 89888 Energy Smart LED 11-watt (60-watt equivalent) 800-Lumen A19 Light Bulb with Standard Base, 1-Pack + GE Lighting 69204 Reveal LED 11-Watt (60-watt equivalent) 570-Lumen A19 Dimmable Light Bulb with Medium Base
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Technical Details

Style: 11W=60W White | Size: Soft White (2700K)
  • Dimmable; Long Life; Low Energy

Product Description

Style: 11W=60W White | Size: Soft White (2700K)

The future of lighting is here. Unlike standard incandescents, GE energy smart LED general purpose bulbs last up to 15,000 hours--more than a decade at 3 hours per day use and equal to 15 incandescents. They also use 75% less energy, making them a brilliant idea for your budget. And, GE energy smart LED bulbs provide soft white light instantly while fitting in many of the same fixtures as standard incandescent bulbs. Make the change to GE energy smart LED general purpose bulbs today.

Product Information

Style Name: 11W=60W White | Size: Soft White (2700K)
Technical Details
Part Number 89888
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.4 x 2.4 x 2.4 inches
OriginChina
Item model number89888
SizeSoft White (2700K)
ColorSoft White
Style11W=60W White
ShapeStandard
Power Sourceac
Voltage120 volts
Wattage11
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Luminous Flux800
Special FeaturesDimmable; Long Life; Low Energy
UsageGeneral Purpose
Batteries Required?No
Warranty Description10 Year Warranty
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB00FQ7F6HY
Best Sellers Rank #111,120 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First AvailableFebruary 23, 2013
  
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Important Information

Brightness
800

Annual Energy cost
1.32 USD

Color Temperature
2700 Kelvin

Wattage
11

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CandysRaves (and Rants) VINE VOICE on May 14, 2014
Style Name: 11W=60W WhiteSize: Soft White (2700K) Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
My family has been making a determined effort to switch to more energy efficient devices:

Better windows.
Better air conditioner.
Better lighting.

We've been switching everything to compact florescent, but decided to give this LED bulb a shot. Overall, the light output is the same, and it isn't even as warm at the compact florescent it replaced. However, there is one down fall: there is a shadow cast by the bottom of the bulb. This shows up as a weird dark area in our light fixture.

If you are using it as a replacement in a can or directed light fixture, you probably won't even notice. But if you are mounting it horizontally, be prepared for that dark spot.

Overall: 3 stars. Puts out the light, but differently from other bulbs.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Chambers HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on April 18, 2014
Style Name: 11W=60W WhiteSize: Soft White (2700K) Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
A couple of years ago, I assumed that the Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) was the future of lighting. But about two years ago, my wife and I tried a few LED light bulbs, and we liked them enough to begin replacing the incandescent light bulbs in the house with LEDs when the incandescents burned out. They weren't perfect - a couple of the first ones failed far short of their claimed life, but the newer designs seem to be lasting much longer as the technology improves. Even with the higher initial cost, the energy savings is recouping our investment. Also, both of us are at an age when getting up on a chair or stool to change overhead bulbs is risky, so the longer bulb life is a big selling point.

We're both pleased with the GE 89888 LED 11-watt bulb. We have it in a tabletop reading lamp to replace a 60-watt incandescent bulb, and to my eyes, it gives about the same illumination as the 60-watt bulb, and the color temperature (2700K) is very close to the incandescent's color temperature.

We haven't bought an incandescent or CFL bulb in several months except for those (like a dining room chandelier) where a suitable LED bulb is not available. For us, the future of lighting is definitely LEDs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gaz Rendar on May 14, 2014
Style Name: 11W=60W WhiteSize: Soft White (2700K) Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This GE 11-watt 800 lumen LED bulb stacks up well compared to it's competition, it's just a matter if the price is right.

If you're not aware, LED bulbs have some properties that make them more attractive replacements to Thomas Edison incandescents. Most LED bulbs can be turned on and off for short periods of time without significantly killing the life expectancy of the bulb. CFLs will usually die quicker if you turn them on and off for 60 seconds at a time. LEDs also work a little better outdoors and are not as sensitive to cold weather as CFLs are. And finally, you don't need to worry about mercury in LED bulbs like you do with CFLs.

This GE 60-watt equivalent has a soft white color (2700 K) that is comparable to incandescent soft whites. This soft white was a warmer tone with more yellows than say, a daylight bulb (5000 K) that is cooler with more blues. This GE bulb is also dimmable, but has a "choppier" feel to dimming it when stacked against an incandescent. Dimming isn't a smooth gradient from max bright to off. Overall, it performs well. There are just a few things to note.

I feel like the weight of this 60-watt equivalent is slightly lighter than a Feit or Cree LED bulb. It might be that it's a little more compact in the body than those other two. That's a plus. What's a slight negative is that this bulb made a very subtle, soft hum noise when screwed into several different lamps in my house. The 60-watt equivalent Cree did not make any noise. The odd thing is that I couldn't reproduce the sound with every single socket. Your mileage may vary, but it's something to consider. You only really hear the noise if you're on top of the bulb, so the only time where it gets annoying if it's you are using it in a nearby reading lamp.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael VINE VOICE on April 26, 2014
Style Name: 11W=60W WhiteSize: Soft White (2700K) Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I am one of the ones that stocked up on the incandescent bulbs while I could. Why? Because the energy ones around at first were not to my liking.

This bulb is great. I can't tell the difference. It looks a bit different, but unlike some of the energy ones with spirals (I have some) it generally looks and feels like the old incandescent ones. And the light output is not a harsh white light but a warm light. No buzzing, no start up delay. It just works like I am used to a light bulb working.

While the initial cost is high, it will (so they say) last for quite some time. I suspect I may end replacing it not because it went out but because the perfected it down the road.

Great way to go.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CHerwarth on July 13, 2013
Style Name: 11W=60W WhiteSize: Soft White (2700K) Verified Purchase
As the corresponding soft white LED from Philips, this LED produces great, warm light when not dimmed, and is as bright as a standard 60W light bulb. As the Phillips, it dims without change in color temperature, which I actually like (if you want the candle light, brownish color of a dimmed standard light bulb, this is not for you, but I don't know any energy saving light bulb which does that). It dims a little less well than the Philips, i.e., at the minimum setting of my dimmer, it is brighter than the Philips, so if you want maximal possible dimming, go with the Philips. But you may prefer the form of this one, which is more similar to an A19 light bulb.
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