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6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack

  • 6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack
  • 6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack
  • 6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack
  • 6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack
  • 6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack
  • 6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack
  • 6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack
  • 6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack

6 Pack Bioluz LED 40 Watt LED Light Bulb (uses 6 watts) A19 LED Light Bulbs See Series Non Dimmable Warm White (2700K) Light Bulb 6-Pack

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Description
  • Replaces standard incandescent 40-watt light bulb
  • Warm white light and looks like a traditional A19 bulb
  • Lifespan: 23 years
  • Operating costs per year: $1.08
  • Lifetime savings: $840 per package
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Get the 40 Watt replacement ones if you are going to have to look directly at themI have been slowly working my way toward a life of not having to replace lights all the time & being ticked off at my kids for leaving lights on. Bit by bit, I have been experimenting trying to find what LED bulb will replace what function.Indoor lights, uncovered (e.g., you can look directly at the bulb):- soft white is a must. I have VERY few places I can use a "daylight" bulb. They are insanely bright and hurt my eyes.- 60 Watt replacement (9w) is great if the light is over the sink or stove and is a high ceiling. But 60 Watt replacement is too bright if you have to stare directly at the bulb.- 40 Watt replacement (7w) is what you want to replace a >= 60 Watt traditional bulb. For example, my bathroom vanity lights were not ok with the 60 Watt replacement (9w). It completely hurt to look at. And the 40 Watt replacement (7w) is actually brighter than the 60 Watt traditional bulbs I took out.Finally, if you are putting bulbs in an enclosed unit (e.g., a ceiling fan with a glass globe) these bulbs are not the ones you want. You need to get the bulbs EXPLICITLY saying safe for use in enclosed units. I bought https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015R68O8Q/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 for enclosed fixtures. LEDs need to have the heat wick off of them. A globe around the bulb won't circulate air. You need to find a bulb that says:(a) "Suitable for enclosed fixtures"and does not say:(b) "Do Not Use In Enclosed Fixtures."Good luck and enjoy.5Very Soft White LED BulbsThe Bioluz LED A19 7w Premium Soft White Light Bulbs I received appear nice with a soft light which is not too bright. I'm happy with these bulbs so far...I hope they last as stated. I later found that Bioluz also has a 6w equivalent for a lesser cost. I don't understand the difference; both are equivalent in brightness/lumens. Just a little confusing. Bioluz LED A19 6w (40 Watt Equivalent) ECO Series Soft White (2700K) Light Bulbs 6-PackFYI: I have some (about 10) incandescent bulbs which are over 30 years old and still working. For my always-on bulbs, I was using incandescent bulbs which lasted at least 2 years and some as long as 5 years. These are high quality (~$2.00 each) incandescent bulbs. As these burned out, I chose fluorescent bulbs to save energy. Unfortunately, the fluorescent bulbs do not last long...maybe about 2 years with some burning out quickly actually costing more since the fluorescent bulbs cost more and need to be replaced more often.These LED bulbs claim a 23 year lifespan but with only 3 hours a day use. So, for my always-on lights, this equates to less than 3 years. I'm hoping for at least 3 years from these bulbs. I'll let you know if these bulbs don't meet at least their stated lifespan.4AMAZING LIGHT FOR A 40 WATT LED EQUIVALENTOne bulb burned out the second time I turned it on. These are not dimmable & I am not using them in dimmable lights. These are in our vanity lights in the bathroom. They say they will last 23 years based on 3 hours a day use. The vendor is wonderful. When they asked me for a review & I told them about the one light burning out, they were on the phone immediately and are sending a replacement. Excellent customer service. These look exactly like regular light bulbs. They give out a very warm tone for a 40 watt light kind of like sunshine but are cool to the touch.5Pretty good, and a decent value.Replaced 60 Watt clear incandescent standard bulbs in a 3 light fixture over a bathroom mirror. Got tired of the incandescents burning out frequently. Color is fairly close to the warmth of the incandescents. I find them ever so slightly green, but it's barely noticeable. The wife hasn't said a word, so I'll call it a win. No delay, instant-on. At a "40 Watt Equivalent" they are essentially the same brightness as the 60 Watt bulbs they replaced. I think the "60 Watt Equivalent" LED version would be way too bright.I've been slowly replacing bulbs around my home with LED's, particularly if they have a tendency to burn out. So far I've switched to Utilitech LED's for a heavily used kitchen counter light that doesn't vent well, my front door exterior lighting fixture and now these Bioluz LED's for my master bathroom. I'm particularly sensitive to color, so I'm always looking to match the light of a typical 2700K bulb. I got the Utilitech bulb originally because it's what Home Depot had in stock. I've been very satisfied with that in my kitchen. The second one at my front door is just OK. It doesn't match the low voltage yard lights as well as I'd like. But it's close.All 6 Bioluz bulbs came packed well and in working order. I'll report back if there are any durability issues over time. This will be a good test of a very humid bathroom that sees a lot of activity.UPDATE: After a short period of use, I tried replacing these bulbs with much more cost effective 60W Equivalent Philips LED 2 Bulb Value Packs from Home Depot ($5). I've read conflicting reviews of the Philips, but I find their color more true to an incandescent bulb, with no green hue. Other than obviously being brighter and listed at a 10 year life expectancy, rather than 23 years claimed by Bioluz, there is no real difference, including the 3 year warranty. I was all set to return these Bioluz bulbs, BUT alas, they didn't pass the "wife test." She mentioned the new bulbs were too bright, and asked me to put the Bioluz back. I'd be curious to see a 40W Equivalent Philips LED, but as of yet they don't offer a Value Pack to complement their 60W.I've uploaded a couple photos showing the bulbs. It's hard photographing light really, but I think this does give a reasonable representation of what to expect. The picture with 3 bulbs has the Philips on the left, Bioluz in the center and a standard Soft White GE 60W bulb on the right. The picture with 2 bulbs compares the Philips on the left with the Bioliz on the right. I found the Philips to be a truer white light, but it's not a really fair comparison as it's rated brighter. Compared to the standard 60W GE incandescent bulb, the Philips was pretty close, but a bit cooler.4These bulbs are keeping my ceiling from catching on fire!I recently installed two new glass dome type ceiling fixtures in my hallway. The fixtures require 2--60W bulbs. Once I installed the incandescent bulbs and turned on the light, the fixtures became so hot, it was impossible to touch them. I would estimate that they were at least 300 degrees F. I was worried that they were going to catch the ceiling on fire! I decided to explore alternative bulb types and recalled that the LED bulbs on the market were improved over previous years. Researching on Amazon, I found these bulbs and decided to order them. I actually also ordered a box of 60 watt equivalent LED bulbs from another manufacturer at the same time. When the bulbs arrived (in 2 days due to Amazon Prime-love it), I quickly replaced the 60W incandescent bulbs with the 60W LED bulbs from the other manufacturer (after letting my light fixtures cool down so I could remove the covers) . The light was much, much brighter than before, and it was too bright and made the hallway seem like it was illuminated with a shop light. So I took those bulbs out and put in these 40W equivalent bulbs--2 in each fixture, replaced the opaque frosted-glass domes and the lighting is prefect and has the same color as a soft-white incandescent bulb.The tops of these bulbs are plastic (surprise). They are very light-weight. The bulb does get warm/hot right at the narrow part above the metal screw base. This is apparently where the action happens and it is surrounded by some white ceramics. It is not too hot to touch though and with 2 of them in the fixture, the glass dome is room temperature and the metal base of the light fixture, which is what is pressed against the ceiling, is barely warm. I am SO, SO happy I am going to buy more of these and use them throughout my house. Note: I did use the 60W equivalent LED bulbs in some lamps with shades--they still are a little brighter than I would like even with the lamp shades, so you might just want to get these 40W equivalent bulbs for all your fixtures.5Great but DON'T put in a fixture with a dimmer!So far pretty happy with these. Hope they last as long as they are rated. Time will tell. Since replacing our housefull of lights with LED we have noticed the electric bill has dropped. Our bill this year is so far 1/2 of what it was for the 1st four months of last year. Part of it we attribute to the change to our lighting. It is impossible to tell how much, since it was warmer this winter (heating).If you do the wattage math, these are an smart choice. Compact fluorescent bulbs are proving dangerous when they burn out (not to mention the chemicals involved in their manufacture). Overall we are very happy with these. One warning is that these LED will burn out if put on a circuit with a dimmer. THESE ARE NOT DIMMABLE BULBS. We burned out two immediately when put on a dimmer. There are LEDs that are dimmable, just not these.5Lasted Less Than a Month!I purchased these light bulbs because they promised 25,000 hours of light. Well, these lasted less than a month in my kitchen chandelier. The regular GE light bulbs I've purchased for years last longer than these LED supposed long lasting life. Complete waste of money and I made the mistake of ordering 3 boxes of them. Don't buy these light bulbs, it's definitely false advertising.1Viola BioluzThe box of Bioluz light bulbs had been sitting on my dining room chair for weeks. I didn't want to have anything to do with them. They were something that the "land of the free" Federal Government forced on me to replace the incandescent light bulbs that I've lived with all my life. But I had no choice. The light over my computerkeyboard was beginning to seem too bright. I knew I had to replace it with a lamp from the box that held the 40 watt equivalent LED bulb. I removed the bulb from the lamp. I reluctantly set the LED bulb in the bulb receptacle of the lamp until it was wound tightly, and, viola, It exceeded my expectations. It has a warm glow and, as some reviewers have said, is dimmer than the incandescent40 watt bulb but it's light is perfect for my glare sensitive eyes. Thank you Bioluzfor reducing my anxiety re LED bulbs.5instant-on with (what looks to me to be) neutral color.Four stars because they're good lights at a good price. For 5 stars they'd have to be magic and make me look like George Clooney.They are truly instant-on, with no delay whatsoever, and I find the light to be neutral, neither harsh/blue nor soft/yellow. They seem to me to be particularly appropriate in the bathroom or kitchen, but depending on what you want and like, I think their neutral color make them quite adaptable - so long as you don't want truly warm/soft/yellowish light. Unlike some LEDs, they do a good job at fully dispersing the light rather than directing it mostly in one direction.Bottom line: I'm glad I bought these and can easily recommend them.4Very happy with theseVery happy with these. I had been slowly replacing my dying incandescents with CFLs but decided to go with LED now that the prices have come down.I was looking for soft white 40W E26/E27 LED bulbs to replace 40W soft white incandescent bulbs. I chose these because they were the least expensive and their description matched what I was looking for. Also, the reviews here were mostly favorable.These bulbs appear to be as bright or maybe slightly brighter than the 40W incandescents that got replaced. The light color/temperature is also very similar which is great because I did not want harsh light in this room.Overall very pleased with the bulbs. I replaced 6 bulbs in one room with these (2 ceiling fixtures, 3 bulbs each). All 6 work identically and I'm not hearing any noise from the bulbs. Also, at 7W per bulb, all 6 of these combined use just 2W more than 1 of my old incandescents. I only use these lights for a few hours a week so I doubt I'll notice much of a difference on my utility bill but that is still pretty impressive.I should state that these bulbs point at a downward angle from the ceiling in my fixture(s). The bottom third of these bulbs (which face toward the ceiling in my installation) are more opaque and do not emit much light. Not sure if they would cast the same light as an incandescent in a fixture where the bulb is installed upright. For my usage, in this type of fixture, they are ideal but may not be the best choice for all fixtures.5
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