The EcoSmart 24-Watt LED Flood Light Bulb uses 24-Watt and lasts up to 25,000 hours, saving you up to $264 per bulb over the course of the bulb's life. This LED bulb is more energy efficient than a halogen bulb and may be dimmed for light customization. Contains mercury: No.
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53%of customersrecommend this product23 of 43reviews
Rating Breakdown48 reviews
53%of customersrecommend this product23 of 43reviews
Bright, strong light. Overall I'm very pleased with the lights, but one thing I didn't anticipate is that there's about a 1 second delay before the lights illuminate, after the wall switch it turned-on. It's a little disconcerting at first, but you get used to it.
5out of5found this review helpful.
Review 2 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
I have been wanting to try this new LED bul since it has an impressive 1300 lumens of light output. The high price put me off, however. My kids got me a $30 gift card for Fathers day (thanks kids) so i used it to offset the cost. I'm very pleased with it. So much so that i think I will buy four more to complete my kitchen look. I had put this one on a single switch over the sink. The light is very white and not blue. Close to daylight and since it is so bright it is very good for tasks. Be advised this is a narrow flood with a beam spread of about 25 degrees. You will have to determine if the placement of your lighting works with this beam spread. Uses 24 watts which is actually more than the Ecosmart 120 watt equivalent R40 CFL bulbs they replaced, but the light is superior, albeit more focused. Color temp of 3000 degrees K is very good for a kitchen, Instant on with no annoying warm up period is certainly nice. Much less expensive than comparable bulbs from competing maufacturers and more light output. Made in USA by Lighting Science Group. Well done, Home Depot!
8out of9found this review helpful.
Review 3 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
This is the brightest LED flood available, and the price can't be beat. We have put 26 of them into our church so far, in hard-to-reach places. They are brighter than 200 watt incandescents, and will last the rest of my lifetime!
1out of1found this review helpful.
Review 5 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
I replaced exterior flood 90 Watt Incandescent bulbs with these LED Bulbs. They are brighter than the incandescents, give a nice warm color and will save me some money through their life. I would recommend these bulbs.
3out of4found this review helpful.
Review 6 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
I bought two of these to provide a fast on-time complement to the CFL floodlights in my kitchen and bathroom. They have a two second delay between turning on the switch and lighting the LED, presumably because of a design choice made in the driver. That didn't give me the experience I was looking for, so back they went. Other things to note are the fairly blue color temperature and the medium-wide angle (not as wide as the CFL they were to replace). I'll wait for the next generation.
2out of5found this review helpful.
Review 7 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
This 24 watt (equal to 125 watt incadesent) LED light can be used in light fixtures that previously had 75 watt incadescent bulbs and us less power. You can now replace many of you higher wattage lights with these higher light (1300 Lumens) output and not increase your power load on your circuit breaker. This is a win/win for the home owner. I would like to see the cost come down. I love the light output using less watts (power). Great!! When will the LED's equal to 150 - 200 watts be available?
2out of2found this review helpful.
Review 8 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
Burnt Out before Halogen
PostedDecember 6, 2012
No, I do not recommend this product.
I purchased four of these and three have burnt out. One caused damage to the surrounding light fixture.
Pros: Very Bright
Cons: Burns Out
0out of0found this review helpful.
Review 9 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
We've had them installed for about a month and are very pleased with the color and intensity of the light. We used them to replace 90W halogen bulbs in recessed fixtures on a 20 foot ceiling. I also installed an LED dimmer switch which dims them down to a nice level when we don't want it so bright.
2out of2found this review helpful.
Review 10 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
I've been shopping LED lights for over 10 years, and I've had my fill of manufacturer's unclear and sometimes outright lying descriptions of their LED incandescent replacement products. After all this time of "about as bright as" and "about the color of", it's refreshing to find an LED light that is what is says it is, and is actually bright enough to work as general illumination! The color is crisp and white at 3000 degrees Kelvin, and I believe the 1300 Lumen brightness spec. The beam is a bit narrow, so I popped the focusing lens off the thing and got about 40 degrees spread that way. Of course, I'll have to protect the LED element with some other clear, flat covering. If I could move the element to the front of the lamp while maintaining its connection to the heat sink, it would make a perfect 120 degree illuminator. It's so bright, though, that pointing it at a white ceiling works to light up the room without modification. Price was reasonable at just under $50, plus it was on sale at Home Depot, and I got an additional discount by using my Home Depot credit card. The price I paid was under $45. Given that these things are supposed to last for at least 10 years, it's worth it. The only negative things I can say about this product are the ubiquitous presence (for all the high power LED lamps) of a gigantic heat sink that makes the lamp large and heavy. This rules out using it in small or delicate fixtures. It also gets hot, not enough to burn but certainly painful. Also, this is the only lamp made in its series that is truly bright enough, and yet they haven't made any that have a wider beam. Odd. Overall, though, this lamp's departure from other LED lamps with its instant on feature and true-to-advertised specs make this a winner in my book. Which I'm reading using this lamp.....
12out of13found this review helpful.
Review 12 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
Hands down these things are the best investment you can make. Yes, expensive to begin with...but saves you from changing bulbs for the next 15-20 years, no heat so your A/C runs less, saves enough on power to pay for itself 10x over. The color on these is also amazing. Not too warm, and not the typical 'blue' white that most led bulbs offer. Also this is by far the most powerful flood you can get. All others are only 18 watts. HD does carry an 18w version also but its only $2 less. Also dimmable.
2out of3found this review helpful.
Review 13 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
I bought three of these for my kitchen and had to return all within six months because they turn on and off like strobe lights. I purchased the Phillips version and after six months no problems. I would recommend spending the few extra bucks for the Phillips.
5out of10found this review helpful.
Review 15 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
The light from these bulbs is excellent. Very bright and warm, and there's no warm up time like there is with compact flourescents. However, their longevity has proven to be their weak link. I bought six of these back when they were close to $50 each. In nine months, three of them have gone bad. One quit working altogether, and the other two turned literally into strobe lights. I believe the bulbs have a decent warranty, but I didn't save my receipt, so the promise of saving me money has gone the same way as so many of these so called "money-saving green" items.
28out of28found this review helpful.
Review 16 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb
I purchased 10 of these bulbs. One failed within days and was immediately replaced without hassle. They are more directional than I hoped, but this has not been a problem with the 4- to 5-foot spacing in my 8-foot kitchen ceiling. Color rendering is great with much less of the yellowish hue that characterizes other bulbs. I particularly like their cooler operating temperature which always worried me about halogen or incandescent bulbs in recessed cans covered above by insulation.
3out of3found this review helpful.
Review 20 for 120W Equivalent Bright White PAR38 LED Flood Light Bulb