LimoStudio 2 Packs of Photography Fluorescent Full Spectrum Bulb, 105 Watt, 6500 Kelvin Daylight Neutral Tone, Energy Saving CFL Bulb, Photo Video Studio, LMS121
|Light Source Wattage||105 Watts|
|Color Temperature||6500 Kelvin|
|Item Weight||2.3 Pounds|
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- Contents: [2 pcs] Full Spectrum Light Lighting Bulb 105W Photo CFL 6500K Daylight Balanced Pure White
- Energy Saving CFL Spiral Bulb: Saves energy up to 80%
- E26/E27 Standard Regular Screw Base Size / Color Temperature: 6500K
- 105 Watts: Equals to 400W Regular Incandescent Light Bulb Output
- Style: Spiral / Lamp Tone: Daylight
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Overall I do recommend these Monster light bulbs.
Overall I would buy this again if I needed to.
- Long lasting: I have been using them in and off for the past 4 years and they are still going strong.
- Flexibility: I even use them in desk lamp fixtures when I need a lot of light.
- Brightness: they are every bit as bright as advertised.
- Color: They are very close to daytime color.
- They are not strong enough to withstand the impact of a ceiling fan at high speed.
I really love these light bulbs. I had four of them for my studio photography. I wish I could’ve made an array of 12 of these bad boys. But I got out of doing a lot of studio work. I had one on a stand and I lifted the stand up to move it forgetting about the ceiling fan and shattered one. Other than that they all still work 4 years later.
Now that I do not do much studio photography I have used them for long periods of time in ceiling fan lights or desk lamps that can fit these monsters and I have not had any problems.
I can't wait till one day I get some LED bulbs that are this bright at this price and if this quality! But for now these cannot be beat and I do not hesistate to buy more when the time calls for it.
UPDATE 3/1/13 - I now have five of these installed in my garage and plan on buying more. I upgraded my rating from 3 to 4 stars. I live north of Detroit and I find the performance good. With the ambient in the garage sometimes below freezing they achieve full performance in about a minute and the light temperature works well in a work area. I'll buy more given the price. I prefer the large CFLs over the two-bulb 8 foot fixtures because I've had bad luck with the ballast transformers and to replace the 8 foot ballasts is big bucks. If one CFL fails they are easy and cheap to replace. Note that I have not measured the actual power consumption.
UPDATE 11/26/17 - I also had a fire associated with one of the 12 units I use to light my garage. Full disclosure, I bumped this garage light with a ladder but it was a gentle bump. About a month later I was working in the garage and heard this crackle sound and looked up just as a flame shot out the side of the unit. It was a plasma associated with a high voltage arc (I'm an electrical engineer). Reading the other similar fire experiences I have to conclude that these bulbs are more prone than other technology (LED, incandescent) to fire, and should only be left on when a person is present. I do have 12 of them in my garage and this is my only fire incident after a few years of use, but it was very unnerving. Also, today, for my application (garage lighting), LEDs are a better way to go. These bulbs are very large for a medium base (E26) application. Care must be taken to not hit/bump the bulb. I lowered my rating due to the fire concern.
The price is not too bad, but I would caution, they’re not the most durable. While they provide a good amount of light and are somewhat a popular item, these things can be temperamental. Their made somewhat cheaply and if you over tighten them when screwing them into a base or not paying attention, you can quickly break the lightbulb without realizing it.
I had one where the base completely came apart. If you need some affordable lights, these are capable in a pinch and ok for armature use.
These lights however are far from professional grade and definitely not made to last for a long time, especially if you’re on the move.
I didn't have time to measure light output but they seemed maybe twice as bright as 23W (1600 lumen, 100W equivalent) CFLs in the same fixture. Not the room-filling, SAD-banishing light I was expecting. Other reviews say the color temperature is more like 5000K than 6500K -- I wasn't able to verify that but it agrees with my first impressions. Color and brightness don't matter if the bulb is a fire hazard, and I'm not going to take a chance on a replacement.