|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||LA19DM/5K/LED|
|Fixture Features||Plant Grow Light, Energy Efficiency|
|Certification||Energy Star Qualified|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||490 lm|
|Incandescent equivalent||40 watts|
|Color Temperature||5000 Kelvin|
|Average Life||25000 hours|
|Lumen Maintenance Factor at the End of Life||490|
Utilitech 7.5-Watt (40W) A19 Medium Base Daylight (5000K) LED Bulb
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- 40 watt Equivilant
- Daylight (natural light)
- Good for houseplants
- Last For 20+ years
- Uses only 7.5 Watts
7.5-Watt (40W) A19 Medium Base Daylight (5000K) LED Bulb • A19 light bulb • Uses 7.5 watts for 490 lumens of brightness • Bulb life is 25000 hours • Medium base, most frequently used for general lighting applications • Designed for indoor use only • 5000K color temperature, Natural Daylight • Natural Daylight provides blue tinted light that is cool and refreshing; perfect for work areas • Dimensions 2.25"D x 5"L • Generate no UV or IR rays
Top Customer Reviews
Price is $14.98 at Lowe's here in Houston, but I could only find one of them on the shelf. I was disappointed to find the cost on Amazon $2 to $3 higher than Lowe's plus you gotta figure in the shipping too. Really disappointed! Maybe that's why I can't find more at my Lowe's store, but there are plenty of Lowe's stores I can check in Houston. Cannot Google search/find this bulb with the UPC code or the complete item number which is 0352274 unless you leave the zero off. Then you can find very limited results. There is a model number. I've not tried that. The model number is not on the box. The packaging shown here and on the Lowe's site is NOT the packaging mine came in. Mine was in a cardboard box, not the pretty display plastic.
This is a Feit Electric outsourced product, box says made in China. I found one other similar product for $2 less, but it was not 490 Lumens as is this one. It is 450 Lumens and was 8 watts power consumption instead of this one at 7.5 watts. This bulb does run cool to touch. Box says indoor. Box says not for enclosures. Box says can be inverted or up direction. Specs say outdoor only in an enclosure. Confusing.
Good bright light that works good vertically in my cave lamp and also illuminates good below the lamp. I was surprised at that because the lower half of the bulb is totally clad in what looks like veined or fluted heavy aluminum metal that I would suppose is the necessary heat-sink, but you'd think would block the light or create a shadow. Box and specs say dimmable. I've not tried that but read Lowe's reviews that said the dimmable feature works super without any flickering.
So, I'm going to buy three more, since this is the whitest brightest LED bulb that I can find at the least price which certainly can add up if your wanting to eventually change to all LED bulbs to reduce your monthly light bill.
I've not had this bulb long, so don't know how long it will last. The bulb is totally milk-white covered, so I cannot see the LED's, know the count of LED's, or if any "pixels" are bad.
Seems all LED bulbs like this are rated for whatever years of life such as this one which is rated for 25,000 hours on the box, but all the ratings are for 3 hours per day which is just totally stupid. I use my cave light and my yard security lights (on photo cells) 12 hours per day.
I hope this helps someone.