|Item Weight||1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 3.5 x 2.7 inches|
|Item model number||1012WW|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
LWS A60 LED Bulb, Warm White By Ledwholesalers, 120Vv60Hz 7.5W model
|Price:||$4.00 + $5.25 shipping|
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- Life time:20,000 Hours; Dimmable
- View Angle: 165 Deg
- Light output: 380-420 Lumens (about 50 watt)
- Operating Voltage: 110 to 120 Volt AC Consumption: 5.6 Watt
- Product Diameter: 2.25" or 60 mm Product Length: 4" or 100 mm
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|Item Package Weight||0.35 pounds||1.4 pounds||0.8 pounds||0.1 pounds|
|Special Features||Dimmable||Color rendering index (CRI) of 80 with a lifespan of 20,000 hours||Dimmable||Wattage 10.5W|
|Wattage||7 Watts||8.5 Watts||9.5||10.5|
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As it turns out, this LED lamps works very well:
- At 100% power, it emits a bright white light in the forward-facing direction. The color temperature is not quite as warm as a 60W incandescent bulb or a 'warm-white' CFL lamp, but is a lot warmer than the typical bluish light emitted from a 'pure-white' LED lamp.
- At the lowest power, the LED lamp dims down to less than 10% of its full brightness, while still maintaining the same color temperature. In contrast, a 60W incandescent bulb gives out a faint red glow at the same dimming level. (See my customer images for brightness comparison)
The dimming range of this LED lamp is superior to any so-called 'dimmable CFL' I have tried (which usually turns off below 30% power). However, there are several 'issues' you should be aware of. Some for this LED lamp in particular, others for LED lamps in general:
- This LED lamp contains a large heat sink that covers half of its body. The actual LED board is attached to the heat sink using two small screws. The problem is that their screw threads are all messed up and one screw fell out. Lucky for me I tested the lamp in downward-facing configuration, so I was able to spot the loose screw inside the glass dome.Read more ›
* Probably one of the best, if not the best, warm white LED bulb you can get for the price
* No mercury
* Color output not quite there yet - still too greenish (see photo I uploaded with a comparison), but the green appearance seems to vary depending on how and where the light is used
* Still much more expensive than CFL's but getting cheaper
* Directs more light upward
* I'd say light output is close to a 40W incandescent... the 50W rating may be stretching it
* Light gets fairly warm when in use, but not hot like an incandescent
UPDATE 2011-10-20: Time has passed and I now recommend the LG 2-pack bulbs which can be bought for about $20 ($10/bulb) at a store that starts with "C" and ends with "ostco". I rate those 5 stars based on value and having the best "warm white" light quality output I've seen from a bulb of this type of design.
UPDATE 2012-02-12: The Costco bulbs have dropped in price to about $8/bulb, but are not dimmable. That doesn't matter to me but might to you.
It has an OK brightness, enough for my bedroom. I'd say it's on par with the 50watt incandescent it replaced. It's brightness is on par with Lemnis'.
Wins over Lemnis Pharox:
-No buzzing, even when dimmed. The Pharox has this constant buzzing even when it's at 100% brightness.
-Dimming works great (at least with my switch).. it can go from 100% gradually down to 0 without missing a beat. I think judging from some reviews, I just got lucky and it works with my dimmer switch.
-Warmer white on the reddish side, much more pleasant than Lemnis' white. The Lemnis bulb looked almost greenish next to this one. I'm actually very happy with it's warm tone, it's very easy on the eyes. (a word of warning... DO NOT get the Pharox Flame bulbs unless you want super bright yellow light, not warm white, but YELLOW.)
-Heat management seems to be much more efficient than Lemnis' almost solid body. This one's body is made with a cage of aluminum strips, which keeps relatively cool.
Loses over Lemnis Pharox:
-No warranty. Pharox bulb comes with 5 year warranty.
-No brand. Came in a generic, slightly crushed, blank white box, no info at all. meh. :/
Overall I'm pretty satisfied, although it could be cheaper it is one of the cheapest LED bulbs I've seen out there so far for a 50watt replacement. I'm off to try some other brands.
I'll update if I think of anything else...
(Also, I must say I agree with one of the reviewers here that maybe it's better to wait a few years for the technology to be perfected and price to drop, but I just need to feed my curiosity even if I'm not about to replace every bulb in the house.)
Also same life expectancy as candles. Ordered 6 and 2 have failed in the first 3 weeks. I cannot have Amazon swap them out as they are "fulfilled by Amazon" so they want me to get a refund and order again... I did that once so far, I'm not thinking of ordering another one.
If 2 bulbs out of 6 fail in the first 3 weeks I can do some very rough math and guess that they will all fail in 9 weeks. 9 weeks is what I expect out if a large candle, not a light bulb; especially a LED light bulb, which should pretty much last forever.
When the next fails I will simply return the rest of them including the ones that have not failed yet.
On the upside they dim nicely and have a cool aluminum heat sink.
UPDATE: 6/20/2012. Another one bites the dust. So not all have failed in 9 weeks but 4 out of 7 are dead now.
UPDATE: 7/10/2012. As the next bulb died at ~10 months old I decided that I probably couldn't return it; so I did what anyone else would do. I decided to find out why it failed. After pulling it apart, what it looks like the reason for the failure is that the thermal paste between the LED plate and the heat sink is nearly nonexistent and that what is there is poorly applied.
As LEDs last nearly forever the thing that kills LED bulbs eventually, is heat issues. Bad thermal paste would do the trick.
None of the caps were burst and there were no lose connections or scorching in the electronics. So there is a possibility that the life of these could be extended by pulling them apart and properly applying thermal paste of decent quality. I'm not sure how many people want to do custom work on light bulbs though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought three of these in 2011. Installed them in three handing pendant lights on a dimmer. Worked great till three days ago. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C.L.
I've had 5 of these since 2011. They've never worked great, but they had been getting the job done in parts of the house that don't need a lot of light. Read morePublished 8 months ago by John Leacox
A true 60 watt warm light relpacement at a reasonable price.Published 12 months ago by Paul H Stephenson
I purchased 61 of these at over $600. Only about 20% are still working after less than 2 years in place. They claim a 20,000 hrs lifetime. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stephen R Seed
I have been very satisfied with the bulbs until last week when suddenly my kitchen filled up with smoke and an awful order when 1 of the 2 bulbs in my kitchen malfunctioned. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
not alot of light out put. I would guess at 30-40W but i have had one running constantly (really 24-7) for almost 4 years and I love it, the kids love it and the wife loves it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Man