They are not dimmable? I didnt know you needed special LEDs for that.
Really, you need special electronics, not special LEDs. You need to adjust the DC voltage in the LEDs usable range. Using a wall dimmer you're just adjusting the AC supply voltage which is mostly irrelevant until it drops below the requirements of the AC to DC converter and the light turns off. A dimmable DC bulb would require circuitry to adjust the DC voltage based on the AC voltage, while always retaining a high enough AC voltage to keep the bulb powered.
Now, if you have a DC system wired in your home like some people with self supplied power have, no special circuitry would be required to dim a LED, but this bulb wouldn't work in that system anyway without modification.
Brightness: 650 Lumens
Estimated yearly energy cost $1.08 (based on 3 hours per day and 11c/kWh. costs depend on rates and use)
Life Hours: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours per day)
Light Appearance: 2700K (soft white)
Energy Used: 9.5-Watts
Lumens per Watt: 72.22
Contains mercury: No
Ideal for residential use in kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms and commercial use in offices and retail spaces
Can be used in recessed cans and track light fixtures
Replaces your current 65-Watt incandescent BR30
BR30 shape, medium base
MFG Model # : 429415
MFG Part # : 429415
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