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PAR 38 LED Light Bulb 120VAC E27
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PAR 38 LED Light Bulb 120VAC E27
Product Code: 83654
Price: $10.07 - $12.59
 
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Warranty: 3 Months
Average Customer Rating
3.4 out of 5 stars with 5 reviews 3.4 out of 5  
5Customer Reviews
5 Star: 20% 1
4 Star: 40% 2
3 Star: 0% 0
2 Star: 40% 2
1 Star: 0% 0
 
Par 38 series with 72 LEDs, Available in white, warm white, red (630nm-780nm), green (500nm-570nm), blue (420nm-470nm), amber (570nm-600nm) and color changing RGB. 30 Degree viewing angle Clear or diffused lens Standard flood light size. Is Comparable to a (estimated) 40 to 45 watt light bulb. The par38 flood light has a Long life up to 60,000 hours Great for indoor and outdoor uses, security LED Lighting, decorative LED Lighting, grow lights, E27 base also known as the Edison medium base. Approximate size is 5.35" tall x 4.80" wide. The flood light is 120V AC 6 watts, up to 285 Lumens, Glass assemblies, UL and CE listed. This part will work on a dimmer switch but could glow or flash when off and is only dimmable about 60%.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Product Code: 47854
Price: $17.49Quantity Pricing Available
 
PAR38 Ultra Bright LED Light with 108 LED's. Clear or diffused lens. Long life up to 60,000 hours. Available in white, warm white, red, green, blue, amber. 120 Volts AC. 13 watts. UL, C-UL and CE listed.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Par 38 LED 7 Watt 120VAC E27 120 Viewing Clear Lens
Product Code: 23145
Price: $15.67Quantity Pricing Available
 
Par 38 67W LED Bulb, comparable to a 50-60W incandescent bulb. Non dimmable, 50/60hz, 120VAC, E26/E27, RA>70, White 6000K, daylight white 4500K, warm white 3000K, red, green, blue and yellow/amber, clear lens. 120 degree viewing angle. 550 lumen output.
 
 
 
 
 
 
PAR 38 Twelve 1 Watt LED Light
Product Code: 47895
Price: $34.97Quantity Pricing Available
 
Par 38 up to 1200 Lumen output CREE , 75-85W equivalent. 6000 Kelvin white, 3000 Kelvin warm white and soft white 4100 Kelvin. 30 Degree viewing angle. Wide voltage 85 VAC-260 VAC. CE Approved. 4.76 inch diameter x 5 inch Height. 13.0 Watts. UL listed.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Par 38 7 Watt LED 120V Diffused Lens
Product Code: 23421
Price: $15.64Quantity Pricing Available
 
Par 38, diffused lens, 120V, non dimmable, comparable to a50-60 watt incandescent. Uses only 7 watts, 50/60 hz. Long life up to or greater than 30,000 hours. Available in white 6000K, Daylight White 4500K, Warm White 3000K, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow
 
 
 
5 Customer Reviews
5 Star: 20% 1
Average Customer Rating
3.4 out of 5 stars with 5 reviews 3.4 out of 5
100% recommend it to friends
4 Star: 40% 2
3 Star: 0% 0
2 Star: 40% 2
1 Star: 0% 0
Featured Review
2 out of 5 stars Excellent, just the look I wanted
by kg4p from MO on 6/21/2011
Recommends it to Friends: Yes
A perfect single bulb solution for my overhead entry lamp. I chose diffused amber. Just bright enough for desired accent, key searching, and not a single bug on my front door glass...
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5 out of 5 stars perfect 4 what it is
by night owl from Alaska on 2/26/2011
Recommends it to Friends: Yes
Great light for what it is. It states in the description that it is not bright for a flood ( equal to a 45 watt, 285 lumens, etc.) That is why i purchased it. I got it in Blue for outside. It lights up our "yard" in a small spot, perfect to watch our little dog during her nature call. The blue light does not light up the surrounding area like white would. I can still observe the stars when it is on and people driving or walking by do not lose their night vision by a blinding white light. perfect for what i need it for. I recommend that more people use blue or green lights do to the massive light pollution we have in the 21st century. Some of my neighbors leave their bright white floods on do to the moose and bears. I have news for you, those animals are not afraid of light, they are not cockroaches. and when i walk by those houses at night with their bright white lights, i cannot see the stars and lose my night vision for a few minutes. Blue in the winter, green in the summer. does not attract insects and i think looks much better. for those that feel they need white light for security purposes, dont bother. Burglars appreciate the bright white light so they can observe YOU and see where they are going.
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4 out of 5 stars Good in series!
by tinhart from Seattle, WA on 4/13/2009
Recommends it to Friends: Yes
I use six of these par 38 floods in my kitchen (in recessed cans). Like the other reviewer, I agree the light isnt really like incandescent floods... kind of like florescent bulbs (tube style), and more yellow than warm white. Still, I am satisfied with their output (probably about 40 watt equivalent per bulb I would say). Their dispersal pattern is definitely pretty good, and since I have six in the room, I think they are bright enough. Still, if you want very bright light, or a cleaner, crisper light, you are probably better off going with the much more expensive bulbs like PAR38 Twelve 1 Watt LED Light Product Code: 47895, or if you dont mind a narrower dispersal of light, some of the brighter (higher lumens) par 16, par 20 or par 30 bulbs).
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2 out of 5 stars Warm White isnt very Warm
by Ryan from Downingtown, PA on 12/19/2008
Recommends it to Friends: Yes
I would recommend these to others because of the tremendous savings. The only problem is that the warm white isnt like the soft white color of light from an incandescent flood light. Its more of a flurescent color of light. The 6 watt also doesnt give as much light so one would have to get the more expensive 13 watt, I believe, for the same amount of light as a regular incandescent flood (I think they are 60 watt).
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4 out of 5 stars Works well
by handyman from South Florida on 12/1/2013
Recommends it to Friends: Yes
Works well for replacing a CFL floodlight. Next time I would get the diffused lens though.
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