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12 Pack 5/6 Inch 5000K LED Recessed Downlight, Baffle Trim, CRI90, 15W=100W, 1100lm $43.99 + Free Shipping

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I don't want my house to look like a laboratory. We need 4K lights.
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I don't want my house to look like a laboratory. We need 4K lights.
They also has 3000k and 4000k, but not at discount.
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I don't want my house to look like a laboratory. We need 4K lights.
Haha, I was thinking the same thing
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They have 3000k and 4000k but no coupon to clip and not sure promo code works (didn't try)
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5000k is trending in homes right now. Warm lighting is become dated. Research it.
So you follow trend? I prefer warm white and neutral white so that is how decide what to buy. Anyways

This brand is pretty good. Purchased it for my in laws. Still going strong after a few months. Wished they have the 3k or 4k on sale too
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These are not UL or ETL listed beware.
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Haha, I was thinking the same thing
Same, make sure you like the "warmth" of the light before buying a bunch. My issue is I love the warm/soft range (2700K to 4000K) and my wife really likes the 5000K light. Some LED lights are adjustable also, just fyi. But they are usually more pricey.
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These are not UL or ETL listed beware.
Good catch. It seems like in the past 2-3 years the number of "brand names" has skyrocketed on Amazon, as well as lots of fake reviews generated to help get the new brand some footing. Some are putting out decent quality, but they are mostly all knock-offs and lower quality.
I swear some of the brand names they come up with look like someone just closed their eyes and smashed the keyboard. I honestly try to avoid those new companies until they have passed the test of time. A lot of electrical products can be faulty or unsafe, especially with no UL listing.
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5000k is trending in homes right now. Warm lighting is become dated. Research it.
Since when is 4k considered warm white?
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Honestly, switching to "daylight" from warm white is worthwhile. It sucks for a while, but once you get used to, it's much better. Everything looks more "accurate" under cooler lights(to an extent). The only place I would keep warm white is a bedroom due to it being better to stick with warmer white where you are sleeping. Plus warm white is more "calming" which is good for a bedroom.

But like everything, it's really a preference thing. I just wouldn't count "daylight" out until you actually try it for awhile.
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I go full-on 2200k with the Philips ambiance in lamps mostly and I think it helps with sleep rhythms. Above 3000k is for the garage and refrigerator...
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5000k is trending in homes right now. Warm lighting is become dated. Research it.
The first result for "5000K popularity" on google is about how it is better for commercial lighting. On duckduckgo the third result is this slickdeals page. Doesn't seem to be trending at all.

No recently news articles discussing 5000K. There's a reason the hospital/clinical bright white colors are always on sale.
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I would not go with 5000k for the inside of my house, but I did put 12 of ensenor ones (same style) in my garage - AWESOME! It lights up like the sun in there now.
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