This cold white version of our 60 LEDS 5500-6000k 220V E27 LED bulb has a stand E27 fitting and is perfect for replacing 40-45W GLS shaped bulbs. The cold white LED bulb also runs at the mains, so replacing your old incandescent can happen with a single movement. Due to its outstanding quality of LED, the cold white LED bulb can be operated for up to 12 hours a day, making suitable for home and industrial use alike. Main and task light are both possible with this E27 LED bulb. This cold white LED light bulb with only low power consumption and brightness helps you save a great amount of money from the utility cost. This E27 LED bulb is cool running, safe to touch. The cold white LED bulb emits a cool white, the cool whit is the brightest, and is suitable for home or commercial use as well. Apply it in your home, office, pub, restaurant or hotel, for main or mood lighting.
Other Thoughts:My house A/C tends to make transformers and dimmed lightbulbs buzz (after local power utility reworked the neighborhood - wasn't always as bad).
<br/>Anyways I was very surprised to see that this bulb dims very nicely with my Insteon dimmer. It turns off completely and does not buzz at low dim levels. It's light is slightly blue and directed much like a small 12v flood would be. I really like it for my multi-media room, where I regularly have several lights on. Some may prefer the warmer version of this light if it is to be mixed with conventional lights, as it definitely makes other lights near it look yellow. Was nervous before getting this bulb as it is expensive and I have only read reviews of bad experiences of people trying to dim LED bulbs with Insteon dimmers. So happy it works for me.
Other Thoughts:Not super bright but great with a diffuser. Great night hallway light that wont get too hot and wont waste excessive energy. Great buy!!! Something you can forget on without feeling guilty.
Other Thoughts:I've tried a number of LED light bulbs, and this one is impressive. It is very reasonalbly priced and gives fairly warm lighting. In certain situations, (color of the room, the lamp, ect), it gives off a very attractive glow. In others, it can look like a florescent. It is the equivalent to 30 watts of a standard bulb, but for under $10, you can't beat the price.
Other Thoughts:This was my first LED bulb purchase--a quest to generate less carbon dioxide and save electricity dollars. I expected to experiment with this bulb in several fixtures until I found the optimum use for it. I'm about three months into using it for bedside reading in a lamp which has a horizontally-mounted socket. It does a superb job replacing the incandescent 30 watt spotlight bulbs I previously used, at a savings of 95% over the tungsten filament watt-hours. It does provide a rather narrowly focused beam at such a close range (about two feet) but the light is brilliantly white and the bulb burns cool with no discernible thermal losses. If the bulb lasts for even half of its advertised 50k hours I will have saved many dollars over the incandescent spot lamps (at 2k hours and about $3 apiece) which get quite hot and fail abruptly if they are accidentally bumped. Anybody can find a money-saving use for this bulb with a little experimentation.