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    KolourOne 13W PAR30 LED 3200K Flood FL40 Light Bulb

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    Product Description

    Satco 13W PAR30 LED 3200K Flood FL40 Light Bulb, E26 Medium Screw base, Soft White, 50000Hr. Average Rated Life

    Additional Information

    SKU S8743
    UPC Code 045923087431
    Manufacturer Satco
    Base E26 Medium Screw
    Beam Angle (deg.) 40
    Beam Spread Flood FL
    Color Soft White
    Color Temperature (K) 3200K
    Diameter (in) 3.7
    Luminous Flux (LM) 555
    Maximum Overall Length (in) 3.75
    Rated Life (Hours) 50000
    Shape PAR30
    Voltage (V) 120V
    Wattage (W) 13W
    Warranty 3 Year Manufacturer Limited Warranty

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    KolourOne PAR30 FL40 LED Review by
    5 4/5 1
    I rate this good to outstanding on the categories offered (but what does "feature" mean?). Anyway, it's an impressive bulb - well made, etc. But wait... there's more!
    Flood (FL40) rating: I was disappointed in the FL40 characteristics of this LED bulb. I'm trying to find a suitable replacement for Ushio PAR 30 FL40 50W bulbs I use in recessed ceiling lighting. This bulb looks more like a FL30 or narrower with my 8-ft ceiling. The beam has a rather hot white center (even on the floor, worse on counter tops) which does not produce the light I want in the space (kitchen and bathroom).
    So, I think the FL40 is not a fair rating unless the expected ceiling height is more clearly identified (on the web site).

    Length: The bulb is also about a half an inch longer (even though the spec says it's only .1" difference... it's not) than the Ushio halogen I want to replace. Not a big deal, but it means the bulb doesn't sit as deep as I'd like.

    Color temperature (3200K): I was completely surprised by the difference in color between this bulb (3200K) and the halogen (2900K). The color is white. Not blue white. But *radically* more white than the 2900K halogens.

    Bottom line: The quality seems great. But I don't think this should be rated as a FL40 when it doesn't come close to creating the same effect as a similarly rated halogen. For me, the search continues.
    (Posted on 12/20/12)

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