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Infinity LED Ultra 60 Warm White LED Light Bulbs (10 Pack)

Overall Rating Rating 3.5  |  2 reviews  |  Write a review
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Item #: 15002427
    Stock up on power-saving supplies with this pack of 10 LED light bulbs from Infinity. These clear bulbs will illuminate your home with a warm, white light while consuming only four watts of power each, and they have a estimated lifespan of 50,000 hours....more

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    Using only 4-watts, these light bulbs each feature 88 LEDs to give off the 60-watts of warm, white light. These high-tech light bulb each have an estimated 50,000-hour lifetime.

    • Included items: Ten (10) light bulbs
    • Attractive warm white light
    • 88 LEDs use only 4-watts
    • 360 Lumens of warm white light
    • 50,000 hours estimated lifetime
    • Compatibility: 120-Volt
    • Color: Clear
    • Material: Glass
    • Interface: Standard E26 and E27 base
    • Model: UAB60-WW-10PK
    • Dimensions: 5 inches high x 2.3 inches in diameter
    • Weight: 0.4 lbs each
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Warranty:
1 year Limited Distributor
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Model No:
INF-UAB60-WW-10PK
Brand: Infinity LED

Features

  • Color
    Clear
  • Style
    Casual
  • Material
    Assembly Hardware
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  • Functional but Disappointing

    I've run several of these bulbs for several weeks; they have good points and bad points. Using a Kill-A-Watt EZ meter to measure, they use between 3.2 and 3.4 watts. They stay relatively cool to the touch. A Black and Decker T100 Infared thermometer indicated a average of temperature of 86-89 F after being on for approximately 1 hour. That's about half the temperature I measured with both incandescent and CFLs (inclosed in cover that makes them look like an incandescent bulb). All these measurements taken with bulbs in a horozontal position. That's good news, both for your lighting and cooling costs. I don't have an accurate way to measure the color temperature of these bulbs, but they are different from the incandescent bulbs I grew up with in the 1950s-1970s. I've tried comparing them with incandescent bulbs on hand and they give different results depending on whether they are mounted in fabric or glass shades. The LED's need to be shaded from direct eye contact. You can probably find a shade that works that makes the color irrelevant. I recall these bulbs were "dimable" either in the description or as a response to a question. I cannot confirm that information. They obviously don't work as a three way bulb. I tried using them in a touch light that is able to make a standard incandescent bulb work as a three way bulb. First touch generates output that is near the maximum that flickers similar to an old fashion florescent light bulb when first turned on. Second touch seems to turn on the bulb to full capacity. The third touch seems to turn the bulb off, but with a ring of LED's around the top, probably disapating residual energy. I also tested these bulbs in exterior motion detector porch lights that turn on as a night light, then brighten when motion is detected. These bulbs came on as dusk approached, but there was no difference in output when tested with motion. I also noticed that each bulb had a layer of (apparent) condensation on the inside of the glass bulb after being turned on for approximately 15 minutes. Either this is slowly going away or I've gotten used to it.

    • How did the color on site compare with the actual product? N/A
    • Please tell us about the quality of the product. Solidly built, energy efficient.
    • How accurate was the on site description of the product? Fair
    • Would you recommend this to a friend? No
  • light as similar to natural light

    Best price I have found on this product. I have so far used 20 of the 30 that I ordered, one bulb was detatched from its screw in base but other than that I am satisfied.

    • How did the color on site compare with the actual product? same
    • Please tell us about the quality of the product. bright and I never expect to need to replace another bulb
    • How accurate was the on site description of the product? accurate
    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
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On the lighting scale 2700K to 6500K for tone, when described "soft white", can you please list the specific rating? I'd like to make sure I am getting the same tone bulbs to match the other's in my home. Thanks. nutflush920 on Jun 24, 2013
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Close to natural light misstots on Jun 30, 2013
 
Hello nutflush920, These bulbs are not “soft white” they are warm white and the temperature is 2700K. Thank you for shopping with us! overstockcustomercare1 on Jul 3, 2013
 
 

I just received these. They are described on your site a equivalent to 60 watt bulbs, but the packaging says they are only 360 lumens which is much less than a typical 60 watt bulb. Why would they be described as 60 watt in brightness while being only 360 lumens? kswingman on Mar 14, 2013
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The amount of light a bulb generates is measured in lumens. Electrical power is measured in watts. Due to the way they convert electricity into light, LED bulbs get a higher ratio of lumens to watts than incandescent bulbs. nharcourt on Mar 15, 2013
 
I realize that. A typical 60 watt bulb produces around 800 lumens, this is 360. kswingman on Mar 15, 2013
 
Hello kswingman, I am sorry for the misinformation I am adding the 360 lumens to our page. Upon doing some research I have found that many manufacturers advertise 350-550 lumen LED bulbs as 60 watt equivalents, this is an industry standard. overstockcustomercare1 on Apr 8, 2013
 
 

Are they dimmable? maudef0 on Mar 3, 2013
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Special Features The Infinity LED Ultra 60 Warm White LED Light Bulbs (10 Pack) are dimmable. Thank you for your interest overstockcustomercare1 on Mar 6, 2013
 
Not in a way that I would use them. "Touch" lights fail to provide anything like an incandescent bulb. They don't work in porch fixtures as a bulb that functions as a night light, then lights up when motion is detected. pichunter on Jun 9, 2013
 
 

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