|Brand||Pharox - Lemnis Lighting|
|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||5.2 x 2.5 x 2.4 inches|
|Item model number||Pharox 300|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Color Temperature||3000 Kelvin|
Pharox 300 Dimmable LED Bulb - 6 Watt Incandescent Replacement Bulb
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- Environmentally Safe, No Lead, No Mercury, No UV!
- Energy efficient: uses only 6 Watts
- High light output: 330 Lumens
- Warm, pleasant white light: 3000 K
- Lasts 6 times longer than a CFL, 35 times longer than an incandescent
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An energy efficient lighting breakthrough! This Pharox is the first LED to offer comparable light quality to the traditional 60W light bulb. Based on a breakthrough technology, the Pharox is 90% more energy efficient than an incandescent and lasts up to 35 times longer, making it the most efficient in the market today. It uses only 6 Watts, fits into standard screw-in fittings, and is dimmable on most dimmers. Specifications: 6 Watts, Voltage 230 / 110 volt, CRI 85, Light output 360 lumen, Typical efficacy 60 lumens/Watt. CCT 2900 K Diameter 58 mm / 2.28 inches Height 119 mm / 4.70 inches
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These are basically "flood lights" as they only project ~180 degrees. They are bright enough if they face in the direction you want, but they certainly can't replace an incandescent or CFL if you want light from the "lower" part of the bulb. I would not use them in these applications.
They dim well, although when very low (like when you think they are off, but they aren't) my wife can hear a buzz (from the bedside lamp). Maybe this is a good thing.
The color is only a little bit on the white side when compared to a standard incandescent, but not much. I have also tried the Pharox 300 Flame: I find these to be too far to the orange side for my purposes.
I have not tried the Pharox III so I cannot compare them.
If you find these work your application check out the Pharox website where you can get a better price on a multipack.
$30 bucks is not bad for this bulb! Over the next 7 years it will save me close to $300 on my power bill compared to 60 Watt incandescent bulbs, and they use less power than an equivalent CF bulb. I think the CF bulbs I have for 60 Watt lamps are 18 Watt - this LED bulb is 6 Watts!
It should be great in a garage door opener or ceiling fan, the LED bulbs are great performers in high vibration environments.
I have had CF bulbs in my garage and they work poorly in cold temps... I had this in my garage when it was 9 degrees - It worked just as well as when it was in my kitchen table light at 70 degrees.
I will definitely be replacing all my 60 Watt incandescent and CF bulbs with these.
The one "down side" is that at 6 Watts, it really doesn't compare to a 60 Watt incandescent. It's eqivalent to perhaps a 45 or 50 Watt bulb. But, most LEDs on the market that truly give off 60 Watt light are at least 8 Watts and start at $40. So, the price is very reasonable.
My first impression was cool packaging and unlike other LED supposely these are heavy metal free like lead which is bad for our health.
2ndly, if you register you get a 5 year warranty on it.
It does light evenly and is dimmable.
They run hotter than I expected. I thought leds don't run as hot as other light bulbs because it's a light emitting diode and doesn't use metals like regular light bulbs?
Do I have defective ones.
2ndly, the bulbs are meant to replace a 60 watt incandescent, but it's not as bright. In fact If I would judge based on my eyes the brightness is actually reduced to half.
I did a side by side comparison of the led light vs the incandescent. If it was brighter, it would be great replacement.
I will definitely try these bulbs out, but I wouldn't be able to read by the light without straining my eyes.
I'm not going to ask for my money back, but I definitely don't see this as a replacement for the lights in my house. Mainly in a room where the lights being dimmer is to my advantage?
Though rated for "60W", when compared side-by-side to a standard incandescent bulb there is an obvious difference. The "yellow-ish" color is rather faithfully reproduced, and after asking a few guests this past week no one had suspected any difference in lighting from the 'projector' lights I place over my den.
Here's where the LED design has its faults that are, unfortunately, unavoidable for now... the light distribution is not the near 360 degrees we all know and love out of our lamps. I've found use for them in my one-directional projector lamps, which lets the full beam of the bulb shine. This is simply not able to fully replace a generic 60 watt standard house lightbulb in a standard lamp. For this I can't give the product 5 stars, since the product as billed as something attempting to be an all-out energy-saving alternative.
Without more I doubt I'll directly be able to see true energy savings, but considering the bulb is barely warm to the touch after being on for hours, it's pretty obvious I'm sucking less power out of the wall.