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    Philips 13w 120v BR30 2700k EnduraLED Dimmable Airflux Technology Light Bulb

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    Philips BR30 LED bulb

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    Excellent replacement for incandescent flood lights. Review by
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    We replaced a dozen 75 watt flood lights in recessed lighting with these. The quality of the light at 2700K is as good as the incandescent bulbs using less than 20% of the energy. Once we installed a compatible dimmer, there was no flicker at all. We will most likely buy more in a couple of months if we are still satisfied. (Posted on 11/13/12)
    Looking for BR30 LED! This is the one you should buy! Review by
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    This is the perfect indoor LED flood light bulb. Absolutely perfect. It is a significant upgrade to their previous generation bulb (which was very good). Here's why:

    1. For 13 watts you get 730 lumens of light which puts it right at 65 Watt equivalence for most indoor floods. The previous generation of this bulb was just a tiny bit dimmer, more of a 60 Watt equiv.

    2. It gives off light at 2700K, which is exactly equivalent to a typical incandescent. The previous generation of this bulb was at 3000K giving it a much cooler appearance. Close to incandescent, yes, but not close enough. If you need or prefer a warm look, or you want an EXACT replacement for your incandescent, this is the one to get. I have some of these in the kitchen along with incandescent bulbs and the light color is exactly the same. Perfect.

    3. It has a terrific diffuser. No hot spots under the bulb, and no hot spots visible through the diffuser, either. Just even, warm white light.

    4. It turns on in about 1/4 of a second. That's close enough to "instant on" in my book.

    Note that the bulb is a little bit shorter than a typical incandescent, 65 Watt flood. If you are using cans for your lights, the bulb will recess into the fixture just a little bit more.
    (Posted on 5/21/12)

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