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9W LED value light bulb, omnidirectional A-Lamp 60W compatible
Saves 85% over a 60W incandescent bulb
MaxLite's LED light bulb looks, feels and works like a standard light bulb, but uses only 9 watts of power, saves 85% over a 60-watt incandescent and lasts 20 times longer. The payback is only one year or less, depending upon usage. After that, it's money in your pocket.
Not only does this super-efficient lamp offer huge savings, but there's no compromise in looks or performance. The light output (lumens) are 800 (comparable to a 60-watt incandescent) and the color is a 2700K (CCT) soft-white, which makes it virtually indistinguishable from a normal incandescent. It is omnidirectional with a 300-degree beam angle that throws light in all directions, making it ideal for a wide range of applications such as pendants, chandeliers, wall sconces, and table, floor or ceiling lamps.
Unlike incandescents and compact fluorescents (CFLs), LED lamps create light without wasting energy in the form of heat. They run much cooler and can be handled without gloves. If they break, they don't cause panic, because there is no mercury inside like most CFL bulbs. They also turn on and off instantly, without wearing out a filament or without a slow increase in light or flickering like CFLs.
Most importantly, the color accuracy (CRI) is 82 which makes a tomato look like a real tomato instead of pale or ghostly. Gone are the days of weird-looking light bulbs with strange blue or white colors. This bulb will fit into any normal socket, and can be used indoors or outdoors; it will last for 10,000 hours.
This product comes with a 5-year limited warranty.
LEDs may cost more initially than incandescents or CFL bulbs, but due to falling prices, they are an excellent investment that will save you money immediately, and will probably never require your changing a light bulb again.
If payback and energy savings are your thing, then it doesn't get any better than this. The only thing this doesn't have is dimming capability. So for most lights, this will work perfectly and it will save money all day or night. Interestingly enough, this little gem puts out just as much light as the competition, with an excellent warm-white light quality. Its rated life is 10,000 hours, instead of 25,000 hours like the other MaxLites; but at 3 hours per day, that would be 10 years.
Features & benefits
Low operating cost/big savings — save 85% on energy; payback in approximately one year; average operating cost is $1.08 per year, depending on rates and usage
High-efficiency — approximately 89% lumens per watt (out of 100%) vs. 15% for incandescents and 50% for CFLs
Safer — contains no mercury; ultra-low EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies aka dirty electricity); emits no UV rays
Reduces cooling costs in summer — operates much cooler; requires less air conditioning
Longer-lasting — no filament or ballast to burn out from over heating; rated life is 10 years or 10,000 hours vs. 1,000 hours for incandescents and 10,000 hours for CFLs (based on 3 hrs. per day)
Less lumen degradation — over time, LEDs lose up to 30% of their light output while incandescents and CFLs lose 50% or more
Accurate color — close to incandescents in color, but much more accurate color rendering than CFLs
Non-Dimmable — can not be dimmed
Easy-to-install — standard medium Edison base
Use almost anywhere — indoors or outdoors, on chandeliers, sconces, and table, floor or ceiling lamps
Soft warm-white appearance — like a traditional incandescent, no harsh white or strange blue light
Warranted — 5-year limited warranty
Qualifies for LEED points — up to 16 points for energy and atmosphere, indoor environmental quality, sustainable sites, innovation and design process
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