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Qty. 3 15W R30 CFL Dimmable Floodlight Bulb (65W)


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  • R30 Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) Bulbs;65 Watt Bulbs Uses ONLY 15 Watts of Electricity
  • DIMMABLE Reflector Bulbs;Energy Saving, Energy Star Product;Uses 75% Less Energy;SAVE $108 Per Package In Energy Costs;
  • Lasts 3 Times Longer Than Standard 2,000 Hour Reflector Bulb; Dimensions: 5.5 in. H x 3.63 in. W
  • Average Life: 6,000 Hours;Light Output: 720 Lumens;Energy Use: 15 Watts;Provides Soft White Light: 2700° K Color Temperature
  • Can be used in standard track or flood light applications.Can be used with most incandescent dimming switches.
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Technical Details
Brand Feit Electric
Part Number CE15R30DM/3
Item Weight1.1 pounds
Product Dimensions9.5 x 6.2 x 4.2 inches
Item model numberCE15R30DM/3
Shape R30
Fixture Features dimmable
Wattage 15 watts
  
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ASINB002BFMVVS
Best Sellers Rank #87,713 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 28, 2009
  
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  • dimmable

Product Description

Revolutionizing the Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) industry, Feit Electric continues its innovation with its ultra mini covered lamps. Sleek and attractive, Feit Electric's ultra mini series looks identical in size to its incandescent counterpart. This advanced evolution enables CFL users to have the brightest, smallest and longest lasting lamp without the traditional large ballast of ordinary CFL's. Feit Electric innovated and pioneered the Mini Twist Ecobulb® in 1999 and continues to lead the way in compact fluorescent technology.

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Also it turned off completely when dimmed low.
Allen
They work fine at high levels on dimmable switches, but if you want any kind of noticeable dimming choose something else.
Cutch
They don't dim that low and they're a little noisy in comparison to more expensive dimmable CFLs.
Scott from Detroit

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Scott from Detroit on November 29, 2010
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Pros of the dimmable CFL technology:
- Use 75% less energy compared to similar incandescent lights

Pros of this specific brand:
- Price

Cons of the dimmable CFL technology:
- Take about a minute to "warm up" to full brightness
- Don't have the same dimmable range of incandescent lights

Cons of this specific brand:
- Noise at all brightness levels
- Noise increases at dimmed levels
- Dimmable range is considerably smaller than other brands I have used (they simply shut off when given power levels less than ~30%)
- More susceptible to voltage dips (dips cause the lights to turn off and they don't come back on until given more power first)
- I had a significant issue with 1 out of the 12 bulbs I ordered

This brand costs significantly less than other brands, however, it also does not perform as well. The lights suffer from a lot of noise at dimmed levels and even some noise at 100% power, but nothing that isn't easily drowned out by a TV at low volume levels. Other brands are much more dimmable and don't make noise. At very low power levels these lights will shut off or some even flash on and off. The lights when dimmed greater than 50% are also susceptible to voltage dips caused by major appliances kicking in (dishwasher, dryer, furnace, AC kick on). The voltage dips cause the lights to go out but not come back on. The voltage dip issue doesn't happen nearly as much with other more expensive brands.

I ordered 12 bulbs. 1 out of 12 of the bulbs ordered won't dim below 75% without going out with the rest being able to handle a 40%-50% dim level but not any lower.

Bottom line: CFL light bulbs save big on energy costs. These lights are inexpensive and you get what you pay for.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on December 19, 2012
I have six recessed floodlights in my living room, controlled by dimmer switches. About three years ago, I replaced all the 65W incandescent R30 bulbs with those Feit 15W R30 CFL Dimmable Floodlight bulbs. My main goal is to reduce energy cost. In this aspect, those fluorescent bulbs did very well. They must have saved me around $30 per bulb over the past three years (See remark section below on how I calculate the cost saving). But I was never completely satisfied with them, because:

- When first turned on from cold, they need 2-3 seconds to light up dimly, then another several minutes to increase to full brightness.
- They buzz when dimmed.
- They have very limited dimming range. When the dimmer switch is reduced to around 40% power, some of the bulbs already start to flicker or turn off completely.

Recently some of those CFL bulbs started failing, so I took the opportunity to test the Feit Electric BR30 Flood Dimmable 13w LED Light Bulb. I found the LED bulb to be a superior product. It is instant-on, quiet, and has wider dimming range. See the pictures I uploaded to 'Customer Images' section, to compare the dimming range of LED vs. CFL bulbs.

As more of my CFL bulbs approach their end-of-life, I will be replacing them with LED bulbs. The only drawback of LED technology right now is the higher initial investment. But since LED bulbs are rated for 25,000 hours (compared to just 6,000 hours for those CFL bulbs), they are cheaper in the long run. Plus I can enjoy high-dimming ratio, buzz-free lighting in my living room for the next 10-15 years.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ilana on August 10, 2011
I do not know how are other dimmable fluorescent bulbs, but I hated these. Out of the pack, rule of thumb, one instantly stops working. Luckily I bought two of the sets. Shortly after a few weeks they began flickering. Once it flickers so long, it typically turns off or goes back to ok if you turn a dimmer up. Either way, the dimming technology on here is not advanced at all, so it is a shame, but I had to go back to not very energy efficient bulbs again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Hill on May 30, 2011
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I JUST installed a brand new, top-of-the-line $30 Lumitron Diva 3-way dimmer switch, because I read that dimmable CFLs don't work with the older switches. Well these CFLs don't dim, not one bit. As such, they are way overprived, because they don't serve the purpose we bought them for! I am 100% dissatisfied with this product and woulf NOT recommend them to anyone.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sherman Widener on January 11, 2011
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If you are looking for a replacement for incandescent lights on a dimmer, this is not the choice. I will say it is the best I have tried so far. With an incandescent the dimming range is a full 0 to 100 percent. With this, the dimmest it will go is about 30% of the full brightness and then it shuts off completely. I look for an LED dimmable replacement to come out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By altos on November 4, 2010
Cheap bulb. 2 out of 9 failed, 1 simply non-functional and the second "flutters". They humm. And... to top it off, they sort of dim, those that work. Overall, piece of junk.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By George Shaw on August 31, 2011
I've yet to run across a CFL bulb that dims well, including these, regardless of special dimmers. I tried a new premium $30 dimmer and got no better results with these bulbs than with my 14 year old standard dimmer. They dim maybe 30-40%. That seems to be common for most dimmable CFL bulbs.

The bulbs are quiet and bright for the wattage (720 lumens at 15W) when on full. I actually chose these for several locations in the house because they come on brighter and warm-up to full brightness faster than the several others I'd tried. Dimming was not as an important issue, so I kept them. They get 4 stars because in all other ways they work better than other CFLs I've tried.
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