afr52
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      • Review count
        1
      • Helpfulness votes
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      • Average rating
        4.0
        4 out of 5
      • First Review:
        November 5, 2012
      • Last Review:
        November 5, 2012
       
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          EcoSmart 8 Watt (40W) GP19 (3000K) Bright White LED Light Bulb (1-Pack)
          EcoSmart 8 Watt (40W) GP19 (3000K) Bright White LED Light Bulb (1-Pack)
          The EcoSmart A19 8-Watt (40 Watt) LED Light Bulb can replace a standard 40-Watt bulb. The LED bulb puts out 430 lumens with 8.6 Watts of power and can last up to 46 years for extended use, saving you up to $176 per bulb over the course of the bulb's life. The bulb is designed for indoor use and features an A-line shape and medium base.
           
          from Kingman, AZ, USA
          Age Range:55 to 64
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          Gender:Male
          Home Improvement Profile:DIYer
          A very nice light bulb for certain applications.
          PostedNovember 5, 2012
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          I have replaced 3 cfl bulbs in my bedroom ceiling fan with these led bulbs and am very pleased with the light it fills the room with. I tried replacing the cfl from my bedside table lamp with this led bulb and the light was not as good as the cfl. I also replaced the 2 cfl bulbs in my bathroom light fixture and find the lighting effect acceptable for my needs. This bulb works best in a downward facing lighting unit. Have not tried it with a dimmer switch. I will be replacing more ceiling fan lights in my house with these led bulbs.
          Pros: Compact, Eco-Friendly, affordable price
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          EcoSmart 8 Watt (40W) GP19 (3000K) Bright White LED Light Bulb (1-Pack)
          EcoSmart 8 Watt (40W) GP19 (3000K) Bright White LED Light Bulb (1-Pack)
          The EcoSmart A19 8-Watt (40 Watt) LED Light Bulb can replace a standard 40-Watt bulb. The LED bulb puts out 430 lumens with 8.6 Watts of power and can last up to 46 years for extended use, saving you up to $176 per bulb over the course of the bulb's life. The bulb is designed for indoor use and features an A-line shape and medium base.
           

          Is this product dimmable ?

          Asked by
          pjr
          October 17, 2012
          Asked by
          afr52
          Kingman, AZ, USA
          November 5, 2012
          Answer: 
          yes
           
          EcoSmart 8 Watt (40W) GP19 (3000K) Bright White LED Light Bulb (1-Pack)
          EcoSmart 8 Watt (40W) GP19 (3000K) Bright White LED Light Bulb (1-Pack)
          The EcoSmart A19 8-Watt (40 Watt) LED Light Bulb can replace a standard 40-Watt bulb. The LED bulb puts out 430 lumens with 8.6 Watts of power and can last up to 46 years for extended use, saving you up to $176 per bulb over the course of the bulb's life. The bulb is designed for indoor use and features an A-line shape and medium base.
           

          Does the EcoSmart, Model #864680, which is Bright White, also come in a Soft White

          Asked by
          James
          Pagosa Springs, Colorado
          August 9, 2012
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          afr52
          Kingman, AZ, USA
          November 5, 2012
          Answer: 
          no