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Models were "warm white" 40W-60W and 75W-equivalent LED bulbs and 12-volt and 230-volt LED spotlights.
Light output: Based on % brighter than incandescent.
Switching life: Calculated on the number of on/off cycles (up to a maximum of 12,000) the bulb could withstand before it failed. A score of 10 = no failures.
Price: is what we paid in January 2014 and is per bulb.
03 Jan 2015, Liz F.
Product use: 6 months or more
Not as expensive as Panasonic ones
Great output - warm and cool white
Found these to be much brighter than their 'equivalent wattage' on the pack. E.g. Bought at 75w equivalent for a dark wardrobe and it is MUCH brighter than the old 75w that was in there.
Can be used in non-covered recessed lights
None - they are all working fine.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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