|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.1 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches|
|Fixture Features||8w corn light - energy saving!|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||640 lm|
|Color Temperature||6000 Kelvin|
|Average Life||50000 hours|
Urparcel E27 8W Led 5050 Smd Pure White Corn Light Bulb Lamp
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- E27 8W
- 5050 LED
- PURE WHITE
- CORN LIGHT BULB
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1.New and high quality
2.Low power consumption and energy-saving
3.Low voltage, no flicker, no glare
4.No pollution, no UV, infrared and thermal radiation
5.It has a long lifespan, up to 50000 hours
6.Easy to install
7.Seismic, impact resistance, non-thermal radiation, safe and stable, reliable
8.High brightness, fit for home, shops, offices, studio and exhibition lighting..
1.Connector type: E27
2.Input voltage: 110V
3.Output power: 8W
4.LED quality: 44Pcs
5.LED size: SMD 5050
6.Luminous flux: 640LM
7.View Angle:360 degree
8.Color temperature: 6000K
9.Light color: warm white
10.LED bulb lifespan: 50000 hours
1 x E27 8W LED 5050 SMD Pure White Corn Light Bulb Lamp
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Lasted about 10 months, on a few hours each day. Then one started flickering, and there was a bad smell. Luckily I was home. Unscrewed the bulb and an LED was burnt, and the fixture is yellowed. Not sure what would have happened if I hadn't removed it from the fixture--maybe nothing, but maybe a fire.
I ordered a different brand (for more money).
Anyhow, I got home and tried it in the overhead fixture in my living room and it worked really well. It seems that the key is that you need something between you and the bulb (such as frosted glass or translucent plastic) to diffuse the light and you need to put it in an omnidirectional fixture such as this sort of floor standing lamp [...]
The color temperature is a pretty natural white rather than the yellow/orange that incandescent bulbs usually give.
Anyhow, if you're looking for a bulb that uses even fewer watts than a CFL, has a much longer lifespan, doesn't have mercury, is much less of an impact on the environment when it does come time to dispose of, then is certainly worth considering as an option. Just realize that it won't work amazingly well as a directional bulb, at least without some sort of a directional reflector.
EDIT: I got one of these in which several strips of LEDs were broken. Simple return via amazon and got replacements. Ordered 2 more in addition to the replacement of the broken one.
It fits my brass reading lamp where it replaces a 40 watt incandescent tube light. That's about 450 lumens or roughly what this bulb supplies. But an incandescent is about 3000K while this corn light is probably about 6000K. It is more like daylight while an incandescent is more like a candle. I prefer the bluer and whiter light of the LEDs but it takes a little getting use to. Incandescents produce a warmer light and a much, much warmer light fixture. With an incandescent the brass fixture gets so hot it burns your hand. With the LED corn lights it never even feels warm.
The 400 to 450 lumens this bulb produces is enough for many purposes but I would prefer one with 600 or more lumens. This bulb is about 3 inches long. If they made it another inch longer it should still fit most fixtures and would be brighter.