|Item Weight||1.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.3 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
Maxxima LED MR16 Warm White Flood Bulb
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Top Customer Reviews
Color is warm and similar to the halogen color,
Light is strong and sufficient for landscape lighting,
Cost is good.
Relative cons: Compared to the LED sold by amazon, here: MR16 3x1 Watt LED Spot Light Bulb 20W, warm white, 1230WW
This bulb is bigger than other and barely fit into the landscape enclosure,
This bulb's beam is more narrow than the other's,
This bulb appears to output a little less light (which may just be the optical perception due to this bulb's narrower beam)
Good bulb, but I've ordered more the the other one.
[Edit / Update] In January of 2011, the price for the other bulb shold by Amazon shot up from $12 to $22. Please confirm price of other bulb before placing your own order.
The color is whitish with a bit of a yellow cast to it; I'm entirely satisfied with the color of the light and my wife is too. (She's very picky about such things).
These lights easily fit in my landscape light fixtures and I had no issues eventually replacing all of my lights with LED bulbs. These are very reasonably priced and after 3 months or so I'm very happy with the purchase.
It is a little pricy. I am hoping the price will come down.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got ten of these for our retail store to replace the traditional halogen MR16 bulbs and four crapped out within a three months. I guess you get what you pay for.Published on November 21, 2011 by Rich
I have been pushing my employers to start using led lights and one of the bragging points is their longevity, well this bulb lasted a full week before it went out. Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by White Moai
Those who say they can't tell the difference between a halogen MR16 and the Maxxima are smoking crack. The difference in color temp is night and day. Read morePublished on May 29, 2011 by Andy
I bought 8 of these bulbs. I have used 3 so far, and they lasted from 1 to 7 days before dying.Published on April 29, 2011 by rutger