Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 4 out of 5 by JW88 Good bulb, but.....
Selected this bulb to try as I was looking for the brightest LED bulb at 2700K I could find to replace 150 watt flood lights. Lumen output is great, although I was disappointed with the color. For 2700K, to my eyes, it looked a little pinkish, a bit like some CFLs; not what I would describe as warm white. Also, the other downside is the delay to come on. Although, like other LEDs, it comes on at full intensity, it takes better than 1/2 second to come on when energized. Altough that is not bad, for me, I want a bulb that comes on immediately when you flip the switch. Try the TCP brand.
January 11, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by BPjet Disappointing color.
I wanted a brighter indoor LED flood with a frosted face for my kitchen, to replace the CFL floods I have that take about 3 miniutes to warm up. It is very brite but there is a noticable 1 second delay for the light to come on, it does however, come on at full briteness which is great. The biggest disappointment is the color. It is not like a halogen or incandecent, it has a very definet pinkish color tone to it. This is the main reason I gave it only 2 stars.
January 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by sourdoughjosh These bulbs are BRIGHT
We recently installed these in a kitchen to replace 150W "Realites".
Pros: There is no question they provide a replacement light equal or greater in lumen output to the 150W incadescents previously located there.
Cons: These lights are incredibly bright and glary, requiring either a dimmer or sunglasses. Even with the frosted cover they are definitely focused light, and need to be located high up.
We eventually relocated these to the higher 15ft ceilings, where they work much better.
January 27, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by pboston Very Poor Dimming
This light strobes more than any LED I've purchased. Go for TCP, I've only had pristine dimming with TCP
January 12, 2013