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Daylight bulbs are good for elderly folks as they can see better. Other than that, daylight must be used selectively, as it can be unflattering.

Lighting is an art, and requires great amount of understanding of your requirements most people don’t know this until the wrong bulb is bought. A CRI OF 80+ is desired, an… see more
Daylight bulbs are good for elderly folks as they can see better. Other than that, daylight must be used selectively, as it can be unflattering.

Lighting is an art, and requires great amount of understanding of your requirements most people don’t know this until the wrong bulb is bought. A CRI OF 80+ is desired, and 90-95+ in certain situations, and your best bet is 2700K Soft White, 3000K Bright White for halogen matching applications, and Warm Glow for dimming applications.

Soft White /Warm Glow is closest to standard incandescent see less
Daylight bulbs are good for elderly folks as they can see better. Other than that, daylight must be used selectively, as it can be unflattering.

Lighting is an art, and requires great amount of understanding of your requirements most people don’t know this until the wrong bulb is bought. A CRI OF 80+ is desired, and 90-95+ in certain situations, and your best bet is 2700K Soft White, 3000K Bright White for halogen matching applications, and Warm Glow for dimming applications.

Soft White /Warm Glow is closest to standard incandescent

Bravo Charlie
· August 20, 2019
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Regular lightbulb base for standard lamps. I know there are multiple "standards", but if it makes it clearer, these work in all my table lamps in the house plus all the overhead lights that don't need chandelier type bulbs or floodlights. So, basic lightbulb.

Note: I also have the floodlight versions of these a… see more
Regular lightbulb base for standard lamps. I know there are multiple "standards", but if it makes it clearer, these work in all my table lamps in the house plus all the overhead lights that don't need chandelier type bulbs or floodlights. So, basic lightbulb.

Note: I also have the floodlight versions of these as well (same brand, light type, etc.). I really love them all and have been replacing every bulb in my house with the philips led daylight bulbs as the incandescents and cfls (I hate cfls) burn out. see less
Regular lightbulb base for standard lamps. I know there are multiple "standards", but if it makes it clearer, these work in all my table lamps in the house plus all the overhead lights that don't need chandelier type bulbs or floodlights. So, basic lightbulb.

Note: I also have the floodlight versions of these as well (same brand, light type, etc.). I really love them all and have been replacing every bulb in my house with the philips led daylight bulbs as the incandescents and cfls (I hate cfls) burn out.

TKCMOMO2
· September 7, 2017
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Yes, no warm up time and right back on if you turn it off and need it back on quickly
Carolyn Cary
· April 28, 2017
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To ensure proper performance and lifespan, we recommend this bulb not be used in a completely enclosed fixture.
Philips Lighting
Manufacturer · July 11, 2017
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#461129 Soft White is 2700K and is the yellowish light you were used to seeing before LEDs were invented.
#461137 Daylight is 5000K and is very white and intense. It is good for kitchens, but can be too bright for living rooms and bedrooms.

J. Mcghee
· June 5, 2018
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No, these bulbs are not interoperable with the Philips Hue system.
Philips Lighting
Manufacturer · July 11, 2017
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2700k
Carol Fifield
· February 2, 2017
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That I can not answer as it is a question for the manufacturer however, I can tell you that the bulb does not hot at all like CFL bulbs or regular bulbs do. It is 800 Lumens, 60w which is about 6.5 to 8.5 w. I turn it on, leave it on for a couple of minutes and I can still touch it with out getting burn. But if it does… see more That I can not answer as it is a question for the manufacturer however, I can tell you that the bulb does not hot at all like CFL bulbs or regular bulbs do. It is 800 Lumens, 60w which is about 6.5 to 8.5 w. I turn it on, leave it on for a couple of minutes and I can still touch it with out getting burn. But if it does warm up (not much) you can measure the temperature and subtract 32 from it that will give you the K/Kelvin. The Bulb does come in Bright Day Light and Soft Light as well and 25, 40, 60, 75, and 100w's. Hope this helps. see less That I can not answer as it is a question for the manufacturer however, I can tell you that the bulb does not hot at all like CFL bulbs or regular bulbs do. It is 800 Lumens, 60w which is about 6.5 to 8.5 w. I turn it on, leave it on for a couple of minutes and I can still touch it with out getting burn. But if it does warm up (not much) you can measure the temperature and subtract 32 from it that will give you the K/Kelvin. The Bulb does come in Bright Day Light and Soft Light as well and 25, 40, 60, 75, and 100w's. Hope this helps.
SimpleFixIt (Veteran Owned)
· July 13, 2016
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Yes, it comes in 4 packs.
Tony Damato
· April 18, 2019