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Feit 4' LED Shop Light, $39.99, Costco B&M

Whisperwind 990 465 July 3, 2014 at 02:25 PM in Brick & Mortar (B&M) (3) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Last Edited by Whisperwind July 3, 2014 at 07:40 PM
Great deal for these lights. LED bulbs alone are usually $100 a pair in these 4 foot sizes.

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Item: 858582

4100K Color Temperature. Includes fixture and 5 foot plugin cord. 3700 lumen output, 38 watts electricity.

CRI >80

A light source with a CRI of 80 or higher is considered by the lighting industry to provide excellent color rendering for most indoor applications.

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http://www.feit.com/documents/pdf...cSheet.pdf Spec Sheet
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Wow, nice deal. Wish these were a little warmer brightness so I could put them in a workshop indoors.
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Great price for LED bulbs.

What does the warranty on the box say? Not the "lasts 45 years" label. That doesn't mean squat.

Anyone know if these bulbs would work in other T fixtures?
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Product Description

Works best in Cold Weather where regular Fluorescent do not!

With an overall “cool and natural” color effects, this LED Tube replaces up to a 32 – 40W Fluorescent bulb and provides a vibrant white color that makes colors look natural and closely replicates a normal florescent tube. This T8 tube puts out an impressive 2000 – 2150 lumens pointed directly down at the surface you wish to illuminate and comes with our new 5 years warranty.
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Does it consume less watt the fluorescent? If so, I was thinking to replace existing fluorescent in Garage and Laundry room.
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Great price for LED bulbs.

What does the warranty on the box say? Not the "lasts 45 years" label. That doesn't mean squat.

Anyone know if these bulbs would work in other T fixtures?
5 year manufacturers warranty + Costco return policy
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Does it consume less watt the fluorescent? If so, I was thinking to replace existing fluorescent in Garage and Laundry room.
yes it does
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Fluorescents of this length in T8 are ~ 4000 lumens per tube, 8000 for the fixture.

Anyone have practical experience with these? 3700 lumens wouldn't cut it for me and though these are directional (guessing) so, the reflectors on the fluorescent fixture works well too.

With the wattage this is essentially a 1 tube 4' fluorescent replacement ?
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with the costco return policy, I am in for a few..
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Fluorescents of this length in T8 are ~ 4000 lumens per tube, 8000 for the fixture.

Anyone have practical experience with these? 3700 lumens wouldn't cut it for me and though these are directional (guessing) so, the reflectors on the fluorescent fixture works well too.

With the wattage this is essentially a 1 tube 4' fluorescent replacement ?
Nothing objective, but I just replaced my basement fluorescents with these and they seem just as bright or brighter. I would not want more light output.
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Anyone know if these bulbs would work in other T fixtures?
I just so happened to have been in Costco today and saw this. I don't think the tubes are removable. It's designed cosmetically to look like a old fashion fixture but I think that's only looks.

It didn't seem all the bright to me. Certainly not as bright as a fluorescent bulb.

They did sell like hotcakes though. There were only two left on the pallet.

I'll avoid it if only because it's FEIT.
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i am a novice led expert and am wondering what leds they are using inside

5630, 5730, 7020......

and with those strips (50cm long) i can easily retrofit a florescent fixture that has more light AND use less electricity
and get MUCH NICER COLOR RENDITION

i have not seen these Feit lights but 4100k is a nice # for light
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i am a novice led expert and am wondering what leds they are using inside

5630, 5730, 7020......

and with those strips (50cm long) i can easily retrofit a florescent fixture that has more light AND use less electricity
and get MUCH NICER COLOR RENDITION

i have not seen these Feit lights but 4100k is a nice # for light
Where did you see the CRI for these lights?
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Where did you see the CRI for these lights?
well the 4100K is on the box in the pic

Does 4100K look different in LED as opposed to flourescent? I have 4100K flour. tubes and CFL spirals, and they are both very green. Not pleasant.
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well the 4100K is on the box in the pic

Does 4100K look different in LED as opposed to flourescent? I have 4100K flour. tubes and CFL spirals, and they are both very green. Not pleasant.
CRI and color temperature are two different things.
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