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The first 60-watt direct replacement, Premium Quality High Brightness (PQ-HB) bulb that uses less than 8 watts. The GeoBulb is the same size as a conventional incandescent bulb suitable for direct replacement in any indoor open fixture. It puts out more light than a standard 60-watt bulb but uses less than 8 watts. LED bulbs last 3 years of continuous use or 10 years at about 8 hours per day. Every part of the GeoBulb is built for long lasting durability. The GeoBulb is the first bulb built to withstand 10 years of use. LEDs: 8 Volts: 120 Watts: 7.5 Incandescent Equivalence (Approx*): Cool: 60 Watts Օ Soft: 50 Watts Warm: 40 Watts Lumens: Օ Cool: 446** Soft: 303** Օ Warm: 260** Expected Life Span: 30,000 hours Socket: Edison Based Height: 4.75" Diameter: 2.5" Weight: 0.94 lb. Warranty: 3 Yrs *Volume Discounts are available. **Lumen tests were performed by Luminaire Test Laboratory (LTL), one of the best testing labs in the United States. While LTL found the total lumens for a standard incandescent bulb to be higher, the Cool White GeoBulb is about 15% brighter in the 0-90 degree quadrant which is one of the most important areas of usable light. The light output of the GeoBulbٙ was designed to point in primarily one direction based on our research of actual use.
The GeoBulb brings LED light bulbs up to the brightness of incandescent bulbs, but still maintains the qualities that make LEDs so very exceptional: they last 30,000 hours, use a fraction of the power of incandescent bulbs, generate very little heat and aren't susceptible to vibrations or repeated on and off switching.
Well well well. $82 to $90 flickering dollars. AmazingZon. Given the price and "reliability" "liability" I shall pass these LEDs and CFLs up for a while; maybe for a year or so and... Read morePublished on July 24, 2011 by MovieFan77
This bulb fit into my ceiling fan out on my porch. It emits a great daylight-quality light. My neighbors have noticed and admired it.Published on April 6, 2010 by Charlene Clark