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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.9 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches
Fixture Features dimmable
  
Additional Information
ASINB003XW7ZE6
Best Sellers Rank #474,664 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces
Date First AvailableJuly 30, 2010
  
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  • dimmable

Product Description

Dimmable Warm-White LED bulb. Replaces 40-60W Incandescent while only using 6W and lasting 50,000 hrs.

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Overall, I have been happy with the bulbs' performance.
B. L. Wadler
They have NO mercury, they are not funny coils of fluorescence, plus theirlower ampere useage is an econmical surprise.
Gerard S. Sample
It is still possible to distinguish colors with this bulb - greens look green, reds look red, and blues seem blue.
just someone who buys stuff from time to time

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This bulb is colored more like an older incandescent light on dimmer at a "slightly dimmed" setting. It is still possible to distinguish colors with this bulb - greens look green, reds look red, and blues seem blue. This probably won't appeal to people expecting anything like a cool-white fluorescent bulb, but it may appeal to those seeking something more like the color of a slightly-dimmed incandescent bulb, or the color of a bright flame...but who still want to perceive other colors in the room.

Color perception: This bulb is unlike the purely yellow sodium-vapor lamps, where colors of fabric look like shades of yellow (sodium lamps put out only two wavelengths of light, both yellow. unless something is phosphorescent, it can only reflect this pure yellow). The fluorescent yellow "party" or "buglight" bulbs I have tried are somewhat similar to sodium bulbs in that the phosphors seem to put out mostly yellow wavelengths ... so furniture looks like shades of yellow. This Pharox III bulb does *not* seem to do this - I can still distinguish colors in the room.

Personally, I really like this bulb at the bedside. The room looks reasonably normal (to a 50ish person who remembers incandescent lamps). I can see my laptop to type, and i can see colors in the paper books I read, but the place does not look like it is lit by an cool-white office lamp.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C-Mac on February 20, 2011
Great overall light, but wow, it is seriously YELLOW. I advise buying only 1 of these at first to try out, because it's freaky yellow. And no way this bulb is putting out 330 lumens.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DBD on February 23, 2011
I don't know what the original goal of the Flame Orange Pharox III was supposed to be, but the only thing it is good for is an LED equivalent to the yellow bug light. Unless that's what you are buying this for, avoid at all costs. The regular Pharox III LED (which I own as well) will work just fine and not put out blue light. Shame on me, I should have done way more reasearch on this version of the Pharox III. I guess I'll use it as a porch light but unfortunately it will last another 20-25 more years.
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I've been slowly replacing the incandescent bulbs in our house with LED bulbs, trying out many different brands, etc. I actually bought several of these bulbs to put in our three ceiling fan fixtures because I needed reliable, dimmable bulbs for our living room at a reasonable price.

Some things to know before buying either the Flame or non-Flame Pharox 300:

1) These bulbs really are "cool" (read: blue) or "warm" (read: orange). I mixed them in our fixtures so I get both warm and cool light every time the lights come on. This seems to have evened out the light pretty well.

2) CON: These bulbs run at a frequency of 60Hz, so you will notice a perceptible, annoying flicker which makes it seem like the light is too dim if these bulbs are your primary source of light in a large area. (Set your computer monitor to 60Hz to see the effect I am on about.) I am still looking for a better dimmable bulb for overhead application. If you suffer from eyestrain, these bulbs will make it worse.

3) PRO: I have been using these bulbs for over a year now. They have suffered the daily abuse of my children playing with the dimmer switches and the vibration of the fans. I have not noticed any reduction in function. The light comes on immediately and turns off just as quickly. There is no light "warm-up" or "fade-out" that you get with some LED and CF bulbs.

Overall, I have been happy with the bulbs' performance. When Lemnis improves the performance of their bulbs, I will be happy to buy from them again.
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