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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Bulb just wish it had a smaller frame, February 28, 2012
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This review is from: G7 Power G7A21930 900 Lumen LED Light Bulb, 9-watt, Warm White (Tools & Home Improvement)
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Comparison of five top LED bulbs:

LED Light Bulb, 900 Lumen, Warm White, 9 Watt (65W Replacement), Lifetime Guarantee By G7 Power
LED Light Bulb, Warm White, 9 Watt (65W Replacement), Lifetime Guarantee By G7 Power - 900 Lumens
Actual Watt Reading: 7.7 Watt
Pro's Highest lumens and low wattage
Con's Large Size
My favorite just wish it had a smaller frame.

Philips 409904 Dimmable AmbientLED 12.5-Watt A19 Light Bulb
Philips 409904 Dimmable AmbientLED 12.5-Watt A19 Light Bulb - 800 Lumens
Actual Watt Reading: 13.2 Watt
Pro's High lumens and solid design
My second favorite wish it had the same Lumens and a little lower wattage.

EarthLED EvoLux 2 - 12 Watt LED Light Bulb - Warm White (2700K) - 750 Lumens
EarthLED EvoLux 2 - 12 Watt LED Light Bulb - Warm White (2700K) - 750 Lumens
Actual Watt Reading: 12.5 Watt
Over great bulb just preferred G7 and Philips

EarthLED ThetaLux 9-Watt Warm White LED Light Bulb
ThetaLux - 9 Watt LED Light Bulb - Cool White (5000K) - 700 Lumens
Actual Watt Reading: 8.9 Watt
Over great bulb just preferred G7 and Philips

ThetaLux - 9 Watt LED Light Bulb - Cool White (5000K) - 700 Lumens
EarthLED ThetaLux 9-Watt Warm White LED Light Bulb - 580 Lumens
Actual Watt Reading: 9.0 Watt
Over great bulb just preferred G7 and Philips
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Initial post: Jul 28, 2012 8:41:39 PM PDT
shopaholic says:
thank you so much for the scientific comparison & visuals!!

Posted on Sep 18, 2012 9:46:53 AM PDT
You the man!

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 29, 2012 3:43:44 PM PDT
Rik says:
Great review. Wondering on your opinion of the ThetaLux 5000K. You listed it as warm but this temp is actually cool. That one appeared to be the only real whiter light of the bunch. Others looked to be some form of yellow. Maybe it is because that is the only one that did not have a shot of it within the lamp. But against the box it appeared whiter than the rest, maybe like the GE Reveal or similar (although GE gets there another way because the temp is still just 2650). Is that how it really is and what type of application might you prefer this over the warm temps?
You mentioned the Philips was your second fave - but I'm thinking the uses here may be more limited considering the orange exterior. Wouldn't work for most as recessed lighting for example.

In reply to an earlier post on Jan 31, 2013 1:22:34 PM PST
V says:
I can not call this review helpful in any way at all. Sorry. Where is side-to-side brightness comparison? Okay, you measure wattage, but so what? Without showing actual bulbs brightness these numbers mean absolutely nothing. The bulb can take 3 or 30 watts.... and will have different brightness. So, where do we see brightness comparison in your video?

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 3, 2013 12:36:43 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 3, 2013 12:37:11 PM PDT
Customer says:
Vlad ~

Lumen = Brightness (regardless of color temp)

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 11, 2013 9:33:12 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 11, 2013 9:34:38 PM PDT
V says:
What did you want to say mr. Obvious? I believe you misunderstood my post. Try reading it again.

And by the way "900" Lumen G7 only produces 580 real Lumen (I tested it), funny enough, people don't even notice that.
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