• 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
  • 80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?
80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?

80W LED High-Efficiency High Bay Bulb, E39 Screw-in Mogul Base, Replaces 150W-250W, 5000K, 10000 Lumens, for Daylight Shop Lamp for Warehouses, Garages, Barns, Ceiling ?

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  • BRIGHT LIGHT, BRIGHT SAVINGS - High bay retrofit bulbs are the easiest retrofit for a high bay light and can save up to 81.6% on electricity consumption when compared to the HPS/HID/HALIDE/INCANDESCENT/CFL lights and fixtures they are replacing. Designed for better cooling with larger size aluminum heat sink.
  • EASY INSTALLATION - Bulb comes in 3000k, 4000k, 5000k, 6000k light temperatures, and has an E39 mogul screw base, making it a super easy LED retrofit and incandescent/metal-halide replacement. In most cases, just screw in. In others, since LEDs use a driver and not a ballast, you must bypass the ballast (Halide and other bulb types). Consult your electrician
  • LATEST TECHNOLOGY, LONG LIFE - Our E39 mogul base LED corn light style retrofit bulbs are made in 2019 with the newest tech, verified by the date code on the box. Uses LED SMD2835 Technology to obtain 115-150 lumens per watt and project light in a 360-degree fashion. Bulb is rated to last 23 years assuming 6 hours of usage per day. Wide spectrum led makes it a great grow light. This led is used in grow pods around the world.
  • QUALITY ASSURED - Our 5-year unlimited warranty has your back. Contact us for quick and fast light replacements.
  • UL LISTED and DLC CERTIFIED - UL listed for enclosed and non-enclosed fixtures (see technical details) and equipped with auto-sensing and rated for 110V-277V AC, DLC certified for rebate and incentive programs from numerous utilities, cities and states, nationwide.

Customer Reviews

Like.... WOW!I wanted to get the 100, or 150 Watt light, but my current fixture couldn't house a corn light of that size. I got a call from Nick at Everwatt, and we spoke for quite a while on the phone. Great guy, very bright, working with the company with great service.Reluctantly, I ended up purchasing the 35 W unit, their smallest one. This replaced 175 W gaslight high up on my garage over my driveway. I have 5 acres so I wanted to get something with extra light. Once installed, at night, we were blown away. I could not believe how much brighter this ever watt unit was. I am well acquainted with LED output, but I'm still impressed with how much light is 35 unit throws. I went up on the roof the next day and cleaned the light sensor lens, that was causing the unit to go on and off during the day, and re-configuring it so it face toward the sun, and now, I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I'm glad I didn't get the more powerful one. But I will be buying more lights for different areas of my property from Everwatt. Extremely satisfied.One Last note: I wish either Everwatt and/or Amazon had direct links for fixtures for these units. It's been a bitch trying to find one, (regardless of the Search Engine I tried.) I will buy more corn lights once I find the appropriate fixtures.Bob R.5Good bulbVery bright and as per my watt meter are actually 150 watts. Comparison to HID is difficult because one is single bulb and this is multibulb emitter. This does burn cooler than HID. These are very good in vertical umbrella type fixtures. If you plan on using them horizontally I wouldn't recommend it because a lot of the light is reflected either to the ceiling or into the fixture and not down to the floor. Unless that's what you want. Not a detriment to the light itself, just not the best way to use them IMO. The LEDS are very white (I'm think 5-6K) and could support horticulture. You may need an adapter to use a HID fixture that was previously connected to a ballast since this can run on 110 AC current.5Replacing our 300w incandescent lamps with these will give us a bit more light with a better color and at just a 5th of the enerWe've tried several LED lamps as upgrade/replacements for our 300w incandescent warehouse lights. Finally we've found one that lives up to its brightness claims! Others advertise over 8000 lumens, but aren't as bright as this one advertised at 6900. The 4000K color temp is just what we were looking for (not too blue). Replacing our 300w incandescent lamps with these will give us a bit more light with a better color and at just a 5th of the energy we were using. Observing the shadows created when standing between one fixture with the new LED and one with the old incandescent shows the difference in light output and color (see photos attached).5Very Bright Lights with great energy savingsThese are amazing light replacements for conventional HID ("Mercury Vapor") lights. First, be forewarned that you need to "bypass" the ballast wiring, as these bulbs run on 120VAC instead of 277 VAC. Second, be a little mindful of the "space" of your actual light fixture. These work best if there is some airspace around the bulbs. Nonetheless, they are exceptionally bright and take only 40 Watts. Depending on the HID ballast you currently use, switching bulbs can cut energy usage 80-90% per bulb!Lastly - These are standard E26 Base (just light normal lamp lights in your home). If your HID fixture uses E-39 Bases (a larger socket), you can buy a $2-ish adapter to convert from E-26 to E-39. Everwatt did a great job in technical support during my sales and installation of these in a church.5Super BrightThe EverWatt 100-Watt LED Corn bulb is super bright. This light produces significantly more light than the mercury vapor bulb that was replaced. My house is approximately 200 feet from the road and this light bulb produces enough light to create a shadow at the road. The bulb has only been in for a week (installed on 10/21/2016) and as of right now I have not had any issues and I am very pleased with the brightness. I have attached a few pictures, however it is really tough to capture the true brightness of the light with a camera.5Good LED Alternative to Metal Halide bulbsA very bright LED alternative to Microsun's 68W metal halide bulb. It uses 8 watts less electricity yet produces 6,900 lumens instead of the 6,000 from the metal halide. It's also rated to last over 20 years whereas the Microsun bulbs generally last around 5. The LED does cost about 80% more to purchase, but since it lasts over four times longer it's actually a money saver. Another consideration is that metal halide bulbs must be inserted into a special ballast / gear pack that regulates the bulb's current. These cost in excess of $100.- and last about 10 years. The LED doesn't need this since it's entirely self contained. During the course of 22 or so years one will need to buy 2 gear backs ($200.-) and at least 4 metal halide bulbs ($150.-) for a total cost of $350.-. With the LED version one just spends $68.-. Factor in the 8 watts of less power used during operation and the savings is considerable. Another plus for the LED is the light is instantly at full brightness when switched on. No waiting like one must do with metal halides.The only downside to the LED version is that it's very big. Much bigger than the Microsun metal halide. When used in a lamp (like mine) a 14" harp is needed to accommodate the bulb. One may have to purchase a taller lampshade to compensate for the added height. Another point is the LED makes a slight whooshing sound while operating. I assume this has something to do with heat dissipation. It's essentially white noise one has to adapt to.5Very very very happy with these 60wt corn led bulbsVery very very happy with these 60wt corn led bulbs...they truly are great quality and produce the perfect day time light output! If you want a true daylight color output get the 4000K vs 5000K which are no brighter than the 40000k, but the 5000k produce a more blue white color, which for me is annoying and hard to work on things with. I have two of the 4000k bulbs in my 2.5 garage area and work on all kinds of stuff out there and these 4000k bulbs throw light down low and up high covering the entire area with brilliant daylight light! The fan in each bulb that turns on when turning the lights on is not loud at all (sounds like one of those mini fans people put on there desks) and these fans are just to help reduce heat!Love em and well worth the money spent on them for me!5More fan noise than I was expectingI got the 60w E26 4000k version. Seems like a quality bulb, and probably fine for warehouse use, and the industrial ways that a lot of people will use these. But I've got two issues with mine. If you too want to use this as a personal bulb, close to your desk, then read on...1) The fan is definitely louder than I was expecting. Significantly louder than the 4 fans that run constantly in my PC. I don't like the noise. Most people won't judge it to be that loud, but it's definitely enough to bother me.2) The fan has no thermostat or speed control. That is, even when cold, when turned on, it immediately runs full speed as if it were hot and had been on for hours in a 100 degree warehouse. I truly think that in my 70 degree environment, with a very well ventilated floor lamp, the fan probably doesn't need to run fast, if at all.I may decide to void the warranty by taking it apart and cutting the fan wires. Or if there is enough room inside it, and if I discover that the fan runs at PC level voltage, then installing a PC fan with a temperature sensor on it. If I do that, I'll update this review with how the procedure went.3Excellent Replacement for Metal-Halide Bulb But ExpensiveThis bulb just fits into our 20 year old Cooper Electric light fixture that is mounted in the ground and is used to light up the front of our house. When the fixture was initially installed, the installer failed to seal off the connecting conduit from the ground. Hence, red ants built a huge filthy nest inside the fixture. This consisted of packed red dirt and moisture. This eventually cased the ballast and/or transformer to fail.I could have replaced the ballast (and probably the transformer) for a little less money than the cost of this LED bulb. But I figured that while I was working on the light fixture, I may as well upgrade it to LED. Re-wiring this is extremely easy: just cut off all wires attached to the transformer and ballast. Then reconnect the incoming line wires directly to the mogul socket base. The bulb does not need any external ballast or transformer. It runs directly off house current (130V in our case).This size bulb just barely fits within the enclosure. I thought about getting the 100-W model but I'm glad I didn't, as it would not have fit unless I severely modified the enclosure. Therefore, the light output (in lumens) is slightly less than the rated output of the bulb (Philips MH175/U it replaced. But I can't tell any difference when it is turned on (compared to another yard light we have that still uses the original bulb).The light color (4000K is a bit warmer than I imagined but not bad. I went with the 4000K model because that is the rated light color output of our original metal-halide bulb. But when they are both on together, this one looks just a bit warmer than the metal-halide bulb. But that's a good thing because I always felt that the original bulb was a bit too cool (bluer) than it needed to be for Illuminating the exterior walls of our house.Like other LED bulbs, this one turns on at full brightness nearly instantly. It uses only 80W of power, compared to 175W of the original bulb, while giving off similar light intensity. That's a big money saver in terms of power consumption if you plan on leaving these lights turned on a lot of the time.I'm taking one star off (giving it four stars) just because it is a bit pricey. A replacement metal-halide bulb is only about $13. This one runs about $92. If you don't mind the price, go for this bulb. There is another similar bulb that is less expensive and works about as well at http://a.co/6913NJ6. I bought one and installed it in our other yard light. I'm very happy with it and it is sells for about $59.4What an awesome upgrade for my garage!I have a 2 car garage with 14' ceilings and one single bulb socket in the center of it. I was working with an electrician to install multiple sets of LED shop lights to improve the lighting, but my 250watt-equivalent CFL bulb gave up the ghost and I needed a quick solution. I forget what exactly I first searched for on Amazon, something like "large LED bulb" but that's how I was first introduced to "corn lights". I never knew such a thing existed! After some quick research and product comparisons, I bought this one--the 80watt model and a separate E26/E39 adapter. WOW! This bulb does have about a half second delay from the time I flip my light switch to when it powers on, but that is the only complaint I have. When the light powers on, it's immediately at its full brightness (unlike the 5+ minute warmup my CFL required). There is a low hum from the cooling fan that is in the bulb (I didn't realize it was fan-cooled until I installed it). The single light for my garage isn't operating-room bright, but I would easily call it more than twice as bright as the previous bulb. It's certainly more than bright enough for me to have canceled the expensive installation of 6 hard-wired shop lights in the garage! I'm a very happy camper and wish I would have bought one of these a long time ago!5
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  • BRIGHT LIGHT, BRIGHT SAVINGS - High bay retrofit bulbs are the easiest retrofit for a high bay light and can save up to 81.6% on electricity consumption when compared to the HPS/HID/HALIDE/INCANDESCENT/CFL lights and fixtures they are replacing. Designed for better cooling with larger size aluminum heat sink.
  • EASY INSTALLATION - Bulb comes in 3000k, 4000k, 5000k, 6000k light temperatures, and has an E39 mogul screw base, making it a super easy LED retrofit and incandescent/metal-halide replacement. In most cases, just screw in. In others, since LEDs use a driver and not a ballast, you must bypass the ballast (Halide and other bulb types). Consult your electrician
  • LATEST TECHNOLOGY, LONG LIFE - Our E39 mogul base LED corn light style retrofit bulbs are made in 2019 with the newest tech, verified by the date code on the box. Uses LED SMD2835 Technology to obtain 115-150 lumens per watt and project light in a 360-degree fashion. Bulb is rated to last 23 years assuming 6 hours of usage per day. Wide spectrum led makes it a great grow light. This led is used in grow pods around the world.
  • QUALITY ASSURED - Our 5-year unlimited warranty has your back. Contact us for quick and fast light replacements.
  • UL LISTED and DLC CERTIFIED - UL listed for enclosed and non-enclosed fixtures (see technical details) and equipped with auto-sensing and rated for 110V-277V AC, DLC certified for rebate and incentive programs from numerous utilities, cities and states, nationwide.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Like.... WOW!I wanted to get the 100, or 150 Watt light, but my current fixture couldn't house a corn light of that size. I got a call from Nick at Everwatt, and we spoke for quite a while on the phone. Great guy, very bright, working with the company with great service.Reluctantly, I ended up purchasing the 35 W unit, their smallest one. This replaced 175 W gaslight high up on my garage over my driveway. I have 5 acres so I wanted to get something with extra light. Once installed, at night, we were blown away. I could not believe how much brighter this ever watt unit was. I am well acquainted with LED output, but I'm still impressed with how much light is 35 unit throws. I went up on the roof the next day and cleaned the light sensor lens, that was causing the unit to go on and off during the day, and re-configuring it so it face toward the sun, and now, I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I'm glad I didn't get the more powerful one. But I will be buying more lights for different areas of my property from Everwatt. Extremely satisfied.One Last note: I wish either Everwatt and/or Amazon had direct links for fixtures for these units. It's been a bitch trying to find one, (regardless of the Search Engine I tried.) I will buy more corn lights once I find the appropriate fixtures.Bob R.5Good bulbVery bright and as per my watt meter are actually 150 watts. Comparison to HID is difficult because one is single bulb and this is multibulb emitter. This does burn cooler than HID. These are very good in vertical umbrella type fixtures. If you plan on using them horizontally I wouldn't recommend it because a lot of the light is reflected either to the ceiling or into the fixture and not down to the floor. Unless that's what you want. Not a detriment to the light itself, just not the best way to use them IMO. The LEDS are very white (I'm think 5-6K) and could support horticulture. You may need an adapter to use a HID fixture that was previously connected to a ballast since this can run on 110 AC current.5Replacing our 300w incandescent lamps with these will give us a bit more light with a better color and at just a 5th of the enerWe've tried several LED lamps as upgrade/replacements for our 300w incandescent warehouse lights. Finally we've found one that lives up to its brightness claims! Others advertise over 8000 lumens, but aren't as bright as this one advertised at 6900. The 4000K color temp is just what we were looking for (not too blue). Replacing our 300w incandescent lamps with these will give us a bit more light with a better color and at just a 5th of the energy we were using. Observing the shadows created when standing between one fixture with the new LED and one with the old incandescent shows the difference in light output and color (see photos attached).5Very Bright Lights with great energy savingsThese are amazing light replacements for conventional HID ("Mercury Vapor") lights. First, be forewarned that you need to "bypass" the ballast wiring, as these bulbs run on 120VAC instead of 277 VAC. Second, be a little mindful of the "space" of your actual light fixture. These work best if there is some airspace around the bulbs. Nonetheless, they are exceptionally bright and take only 40 Watts. Depending on the HID ballast you currently use, switching bulbs can cut energy usage 80-90% per bulb!Lastly - These are standard E26 Base (just light normal lamp lights in your home). If your HID fixture uses E-39 Bases (a larger socket), you can buy a $2-ish adapter to convert from E-26 to E-39. Everwatt did a great job in technical support during my sales and installation of these in a church.5Super BrightThe EverWatt 100-Watt LED Corn bulb is super bright. This light produces significantly more light than the mercury vapor bulb that was replaced. My house is approximately 200 feet from the road and this light bulb produces enough light to create a shadow at the road. The bulb has only been in for a week (installed on 10/21/2016) and as of right now I have not had any issues and I am very pleased with the brightness. I have attached a few pictures, however it is really tough to capture the true brightness of the light with a camera.5Good LED Alternative to Metal Halide bulbsA very bright LED alternative to Microsun's 68W metal halide bulb. It uses 8 watts less electricity yet produces 6,900 lumens instead of the 6,000 from the metal halide. It's also rated to last over 20 years whereas the Microsun bulbs generally last around 5. The LED does cost about 80% more to purchase, but since it lasts over four times longer it's actually a money saver. Another consideration is that metal halide bulbs must be inserted into a special ballast / gear pack that regulates the bulb's current. These cost in excess of $100.- and last about 10 years. The LED doesn't need this since it's entirely self contained. During the course of 22 or so years one will need to buy 2 gear backs ($200.-) and at least 4 metal halide bulbs ($150.-) for a total cost of $350.-. With the LED version one just spends $68.-. Factor in the 8 watts of less power used during operation and the savings is considerable. Another plus for the LED is the light is instantly at full brightness when switched on. No waiting like one must do with metal halides.The only downside to the LED version is that it's very big. Much bigger than the Microsun metal halide. When used in a lamp (like mine) a 14" harp is needed to accommodate the bulb. One may have to purchase a taller lampshade to compensate for the added height. Another point is the LED makes a slight whooshing sound while operating. I assume this has something to do with heat dissipation. It's essentially white noise one has to adapt to.5Very very very happy with these 60wt corn led bulbsVery very very happy with these 60wt corn led bulbs...they truly are great quality and produce the perfect day time light output! If you want a true daylight color output get the 4000K vs 5000K which are no brighter than the 40000k, but the 5000k produce a more blue white color, which for me is annoying and hard to work on things with. I have two of the 4000k bulbs in my 2.5 garage area and work on all kinds of stuff out there and these 4000k bulbs throw light down low and up high covering the entire area with brilliant daylight light! The fan in each bulb that turns on when turning the lights on is not loud at all (sounds like one of those mini fans people put on there desks) and these fans are just to help reduce heat!Love em and well worth the money spent on them for me!5More fan noise than I was expectingI got the 60w E26 4000k version. Seems like a quality bulb, and probably fine for warehouse use, and the industrial ways that a lot of people will use these. But I've got two issues with mine. If you too want to use this as a personal bulb, close to your desk, then read on...1) The fan is definitely louder than I was expecting. Significantly louder than the 4 fans that run constantly in my PC. I don't like the noise. Most people won't judge it to be that loud, but it's definitely enough to bother me.2) The fan has no thermostat or speed control. That is, even when cold, when turned on, it immediately runs full speed as if it were hot and had been on for hours in a 100 degree warehouse. I truly think that in my 70 degree environment, with a very well ventilated floor lamp, the fan probably doesn't need to run fast, if at all.I may decide to void the warranty by taking it apart and cutting the fan wires. Or if there is enough room inside it, and if I discover that the fan runs at PC level voltage, then installing a PC fan with a temperature sensor on it. If I do that, I'll update this review with how the procedure went.3Excellent Replacement for Metal-Halide Bulb But ExpensiveThis bulb just fits into our 20 year old Cooper Electric light fixture that is mounted in the ground and is used to light up the front of our house. When the fixture was initially installed, the installer failed to seal off the connecting conduit from the ground. Hence, red ants built a huge filthy nest inside the fixture. This consisted of packed red dirt and moisture. This eventually cased the ballast and/or transformer to fail.I could have replaced the ballast (and probably the transformer) for a little less money than the cost of this LED bulb. But I figured that while I was working on the light fixture, I may as well upgrade it to LED. Re-wiring this is extremely easy: just cut off all wires attached to the transformer and ballast. Then reconnect the incoming line wires directly to the mogul socket base. The bulb does not need any external ballast or transformer. It runs directly off house current (130V in our case).This size bulb just barely fits within the enclosure. I thought about getting the 100-W model but I'm glad I didn't, as it would not have fit unless I severely modified the enclosure. Therefore, the light output (in lumens) is slightly less than the rated output of the bulb (Philips MH175/U it replaced. But I can't tell any difference when it is turned on (compared to another yard light we have that still uses the original bulb).The light color (4000K is a bit warmer than I imagined but not bad. I went with the 4000K model because that is the rated light color output of our original metal-halide bulb. But when they are both on together, this one looks just a bit warmer than the metal-halide bulb. But that's a good thing because I always felt that the original bulb was a bit too cool (bluer) than it needed to be for Illuminating the exterior walls of our house.Like other LED bulbs, this one turns on at full brightness nearly instantly. It uses only 80W of power, compared to 175W of the original bulb, while giving off similar light intensity. That's a big money saver in terms of power consumption if you plan on leaving these lights turned on a lot of the time.I'm taking one star off (giving it four stars) just because it is a bit pricey. A replacement metal-halide bulb is only about $13. This one runs about $92. If you don't mind the price, go for this bulb. There is another similar bulb that is less expensive and works about as well at http://a.co/6913NJ6. I bought one and installed it in our other yard light. I'm very happy with it and it is sells for about $59.4What an awesome upgrade for my garage!I have a 2 car garage with 14' ceilings and one single bulb socket in the center of it. I was working with an electrician to install multiple sets of LED shop lights to improve the lighting, but my 250watt-equivalent CFL bulb gave up the ghost and I needed a quick solution. I forget what exactly I first searched for on Amazon, something like "large LED bulb" but that's how I was first introduced to "corn lights". I never knew such a thing existed! After some quick research and product comparisons, I bought this one--the 80watt model and a separate E26/E39 adapter. WOW! This bulb does have about a half second delay from the time I flip my light switch to when it powers on, but that is the only complaint I have. When the light powers on, it's immediately at its full brightness (unlike the 5+ minute warmup my CFL required). There is a low hum from the cooling fan that is in the bulb (I didn't realize it was fan-cooled until I installed it). The single light for my garage isn't operating-room bright, but I would easily call it more than twice as bright as the previous bulb. It's certainly more than bright enough for me to have canceled the expensive installation of 6 hard-wired shop lights in the garage! I'm a very happy camper and wish I would have bought one of these a long time ago!5
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  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Delivery Policy
Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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