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Huge Super Bright 300W Equivalent LED Bulb 216-Chip Corn Light E26 5000lm 50W Cool 6000K thumbnail thumbnail thumbnail thumbnail
Huge Super Bright 300W Equivalent LED Bulb 216-Chip Corn Light E26 5000lm 50W Cool 6000K
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$20.95
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$19.90
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$19.25
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$19.00

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pastord415
★★★★★
Jan 04, 2018
Excellent product - super brite and white!
• This long life 50W LED light bulb is comparable in brightness to a 300W incandescent bulb. The "corn" design provides bright omnidirectional light at an affordable price.
• The 6000K daylight white color temperature is recommended for workshops, garages, basements, porches, and other places that require bright light.
• The E26 base is the most common screw-in bulb base and will fit into standard lamps, ceiling fixtures, or anywhere else that accepts a standard light bulb.
• Input Power: 110V 50W; Lumen Output: 5000lm; Non-dimmable; LED Chips: 216pcs SMD 5730; CRI: 70
• Dimensions: 240x110mm; This bulb is very large, so please note the dimensions to make sure that it will fit. Due to blinding intensity of this light, it should be placed out of the line of sight, either behind a cover or at an elevated height.

This long life 50W LED light bulb is comparable in brightness to a 300W incandescent bulb.  The "corn" design provides bright omnidirectional light at an affordable price.  This bulb is very large, so please note the dimensions to make sure that it will fit.  Due to blinding intensity of this light, it should be placed out of the line of sight, either behind a cover or at an elevated height.

The E26 base is the most common screw-in bulb base and will fit into standard lamps, ceiling fixtures, or anywhere else that accepts a standard light bulb.

The cool daylight white color temperature is recommended for workshops, garages, basements, porches, and other places that require bright light.

When comparing generic LEDs, be aware that there is a lot of false advertising going on.  We recommend using a Kill-A-Watt or similar meter to measure the actual power draw.  Our prices are extremely competitive and our specifications are accurate.  If you see a much lower price for an equivalent product then you should be very suspicious of the advertised specs.