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Sansi 15W A19 Dimmable LED Omni-directional Light Bulb (5000K Daylight White, 2000 Lumens) - $12+FS

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thanks; FYI: if opt'ing for snail shipping it might provide $5 pantry bux.
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bit the bullet
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just might have to get this.

on a side note i purchased the sansi outside flood lights a while back when they had that half price promo and finally got around to installing one the other day. boy are they super bright and super sensitive. the nighttime critters dont know what to think now as it lights up the WHOLE backyard.
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Looks like something from Star Wars
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2000 lumens ?!?!
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Sincere question here: what application is this good for?? Way too bright to put in my front room... Where else?
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2000 lumens ?!?!
yes, very bright!
Quote from DougD7785
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Sincere question here: what application is this good for?? Way too bright to put in my front room... Where else?
daylight is good for down lighting like kitchen, bathroom, garage, etc.
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5000k is ridiculously too cool of a light temperature for standard interior lighting. Even the LED shop lighting used in my garage is 4000K and I would never use that in the house or go cooler than that anywhere.
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5000k is ridiculously too cool of a light temperature for standard interior lighting. Even the LED shop lighting used in my garage is 4000K and I would never use that in the house or go cooler than that anywhere.
we started out with everything 2700k and had that for about a year. then we switched a few things over to 5000k and at first it was so white, but now we are already used to it.
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went for these instead (1600lm, $5/bulb)
https://www.amazon.com/LOHAS-100-...Bbulb&th=1

also available in 2700K:
https://www.amazon.com/LOHAS-100-...Bbulb&th=1
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keep in mind this one is dimmable
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Code works on the other light Temps as well. Drops the 2700 down to 11.99.
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went for these instead (1600lm, $5/bulb)
https://www.amazon.com/LOHAS-100-...Bbulb&th=1 [amazon.com]

also available in 2700K:
https://www.amazon.com/LOHAS-100-...Bbulb&th=1 [amazon.com]
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keep in mind this one is dimmable
Exactly. And if "LOHAS" product's specs are accurate (and the dimmable one OP posted), 17W / 1600 lumens is a lot less efficient than 15W / 2000 lumens.
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Exactly. And if "LOHAS" product's specs are accurate (and the dimmable one OP posted), 17W / 1600 lumens is a lot less efficient than 15W / 2000 lumens.
well there you go then
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