|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 2.3 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||LED_A19WW8WUL|
|Style||8 Watt=60 Watt|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Warranty Description||3 Year Warranty|
HitLights 8 Watt UL-Listed A19 Warm White LED Bulb - 20 Year Lifespan, Replaces 60 Watt - 3000K, 665 Lumens, 110 Volts, E26
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- Affordable price, up to 50% less than competing LED bulbs
- 80% less energy and are designed to provide over 25,000 hours of light for your home.
- Energy-saving replacement for traditional bulbs that will pay for themselves quickly in one year
- Use in any standard household A19 Base and fixture, UL Listed, estimated yearly energy cost: $1.08 (based on 3 hrs/day, $0.11/kWh)
- Energy Save up to 80-Percent
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HitLights A19 LED Light Bulb
The HitLights offers a whole line of A Shape LED light bulbs which is designed for residential usage. These simple, bright, and energy-efficient bulbs are ideal for use in any room in the house, not to mention a retail stores, restaurants, offices, or anywhere that requires a touch of light! HitLights offer Afford Series 2G LED bulbs in 6W and 8W and Nano Series in 10W and 12W, and all use less than 20% of the electricity of their incandescent equivalent. Each of our A Shape LED bulbs is available in either warm white and cool white options.
How is LED lighting different than other light sources, such as incandescent and CFL?
LED lighting differs from incandescent and compact fluorescent lighting in several ways. When designed well, LED lighting can be more efficient, durable, versatile and longer lasting. LED lighting products use light emitting diodes to produce light very efficiently. An electrical current passed through semiconductor material illuminates the tiny light sources we call LEDs. The heat produced is absorbed into a heat sink.
Which LED bulb is best for you? Does only price matters? The answer is NO! Is higher wattages always brighter? The answer is NO either!
Decide to use LEDs is only half the battle. Discovering which LED bulb is right for your needs is the most important requirement. So you need some basic understand about LED Bulbs as the chart on the left.
HitLights LED - Stay Cooler, Last Longer
Quote from Energystar. gov : "Thermal management is probably the single most important factor in the successful performance of an LED product over its lifetime because the higher the temperature at which the LEDs are operated, the more quickly the light will degrade, and the shorter the useful life will be. " HitLights uses unique body design and high-tech materials to keep our bulbs stay cool enough that you'll never have to worry about burning out. Our LED bulbs will give you the same level brightness and warmth of light as the incandescent or CFL, but have a much longer life time and are more efficient.
Do you know UL Listed?
- UL requires higher standard on both component materials and manufacturing process.
- Those standards help the customer to pick safe, high quality and real long life LED bulbs.
- UL helps safeguard people, products and places in important ways, providing safe living and working environments.
- UL certification should considered as one of the most important tips for shopping for LED light bulbs
Switching to LED bulbs is a smart, healthy decision
HitLights LED bulbs has no mercury or UV radiation. With saving of 80% of your energy, ALL of HitLights A shape LED bulbs will pay themselves back within 2 years. Then you will start to save and best of all you won't have to worry about changing your light bulb for at least another 10 years!
HitLights A19 LED Bulb
HitLights Afford 6W LED Light Bulb
HitLights Afford 8W LED Light Bulb
Hitlights Nano 10W LED Light Bulb
Hitlights Nano 12W LED Light Bulb
Save up to 80% Energy
Size as Standard Incandescent
Warm White / Cool White Option
Suitable for indoor use
mercury or UV radiation
3 Years Warranty
Top Customer Reviews
Now I don't know what standards are out there, but I'm sure disappointed that there is not some kind of consortium to rate true claims of temperature. Why am I dedicating so much to light temperature? Because LED's are still somewhat new to this type of lighting. They still don't make the volume it takes to be competitive with CFL's. We're buying online where we can't see examples of light. Even when going to Home Depot or Lowes, we don't always have the bulbs we want to see on display in a working lamp. I've seen many reviews on many different LED bulbs and one of the biggest complains is light color (temperature). The next complaint, or maybe even the top complaint, is the light power, or Lumens.
LED technology has really exploded in the past decade. If you see the running lights on some of the newer cars like Mercedes, those LED's down there are REALLY bright.Read more ›
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This 380 lumen bulb actually performed well and it is rated at 40 watts equivalent comparison to an incandescent bulb. To our uncalibrated human eye it was only slightly dimmer than a 15 watt CFL (Compact Fluorescent Light) that was rated to be the equivalent of 60 watts. In my tests of 6 bulbs this was the dimmest but I expected it to be because of its lower rating. It did deliver a good performance and it used 1/10 of the power of a 40 watt incandescent bulb at only 4 watts of power usage. (Actually measured with a wattmeter)
The color was close to an incandescent bulb but no matter what the specifications say about light frequency they are always slightly off in color. This bulb is a good buy for the price and you will save money on your electric bill by using it. In addition 40 watt incandescent bulbs are rated at an average of 1,000 hours of operation while these LED bulbs are rated at 40,000 hours of operation. That is 40 times the life of a major brand of 40 watt bulbs that cost about $1.60 each. Compare the cost of 40 of those bulbs to this one LED bulb and add that to your savings. (Compared to GE soft white 40 watt bulbs sold on Amazon)
The one thing that is yet unproven is the actual life of this LED bulb in long term testing.Read more ›
LED Dimmable Light Bulb, 830 Lumen Omni-Directional, A19, Warm White, Lifetime Guarantee by G7 Power
+ The color of the light was ok, not perfect. It's warm but definitely on the whiter side (3000K).
- Emitted a buzzing noise wherever I installed it.
- I think it may have blown out the socket on one of my lamps. Good thing I didn't like that lamp.
- The bulb was heavyweight and large. It actually dragged down an arm of a multi-arm lamp I own.
- This and the LED Dimmable Light Bulb, 900 Lumen, BR30 or PAR30 Replacement, Warm White, Lifetime Guarantee by G7 Power have a 3-second cooldown after you turn off the light. Seems to be a theme with this company's products.
Disappointed in this product. I wanted to like this company since it felt like a local, grassroots company trying to get a footing in the market, but unfortunately their products seem inferior to Philips.
Philips 417048 Dimmable AmbientLED 8-Watt A19 Light Bulb
+ The color of the light was a perfect warm white that matched my existing incandescents and CFLs perfectly (2700K).
+ The bulb itself was lightweight and compact in size.
+ It turned on and off instantly with no warm up or cool down.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These bulbs started getting dim after 1.5 yrs of use. They have a three-year warranty but are ineligible for return. What good is a warranty if you can't use it?Published 11 days ago by Jeanette G.
I've had these light bulbs for over a year, It illuminates very well in the bathroom. It gives a cool white appearance and it is not overwhelming. Definitely recommend.Published 27 days ago by Stugi
Bought this in 2012 and it worked well for a few months then started to flicker. It was almost seventeen dol. at the time. Had to remove it from fixture. (Can it be repaired? Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Astwood
These are much cooler blue than you expect. If you use a yellowish light now, this is not for you. But they work fine!Published 3 months ago by renoboyd
Had one start to flicker after about a year-used about 4 hrs day-still better than the curly floresentsPublished 3 months ago by david d
Had these for 1 1/2 years. Had in garage. Might have 1000 hours ( I doubt if it's been that long) and already have 2 burnt out. Waiting to here from seller. Read morePublished 4 months ago by jeff dimmel
We bought a ton of these to replace the chandelier lights in our office. No problems yet except 1 burnt out. They don't make noise and look great, cast a very warm light.Published 5 months ago by P. Miller