About this item
- 60 Watt replacement using only 8.5 Watts (800 lumens)
- Rated to last 13.7 years with an annual operation cost of 1.02 dollars based on 3 hours per day use at 11 cents per KwH
- Dimmable and works with most dimmer switches
- Cool, bluish white high definition daylight light with 5000 Kelvin color temperature
- Includes 4 A19 shape and size LED bulbs with E26 base and frost finish
- Perfect for playrooms, home offices, and laundry rooms
Q: Can these bulbs be used in a bathroom with a lot of humidity?
A: Hello, Amonis. This bulb is rated to be used in damp locations. Please reach out to our Tech department at 1-800-435-4448 if you have any further questions. Thank You GE Lighting a Savant Company.submitted byCync Support - 2 months agoBrand expert
Q: Are these bulbs dimmable...? My light fixture does have a dimming feature.
A: Hello, Yo Adrienne. Yes, these bulbs are dimmable but need to be used with a compatible dimmer in order for them to dim properly. Please call our tech department at 1-800-435-4448 for further information. Thank You GE Lighting a Savant Company.submitted byCync Support - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: says not suitable for enclosed fixtures--I'm not sure what that means. some of my o erred lights have a cover screwed on over them--does this mean I can't use this for those?
A: Hello,Joan. Based on what you are describing your fixture is fully enclosed. This bulb is not rated to be used in a fully enclosed fixture. However it is not hazardous, it will potential shorten the life span of the bulb and also void the warranty. Please feel free to call our Tech department at 1-800-435-4448 if you have any further questions. Thank You GE Lighting a Savant Company.submitted byCync Support - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: Can these lights be used in all lamps
A: Hello, KBlack. This is a general purpose lamp. As long as your fixture is rated to be used with this base size and you are not exceeding your fixture wattage requirement you will be able to use this lamp. Thank You GE Lighting.submitted byCync Support - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: Can you turn all the lights blue
A: Hello, Chey7474. The color cannot be changed on this particular item. It is possible to change the color temperature on a product like the C by GE bulbs. The color temperature can be changed to give them more of a blue/white light. Thank you. GE Lighting Customer Servicesubmitted byCync Support - 5 years agoBrand expert
Q: What is the color rendering index (CRI) of this bulb?
A: Hello, tori. These bulbs have a CRI of 90. Thank you. GE Lighting Customer Servicesubmitted byCync Support - 4 years agoBrand expert
Q: Can these be used for light therapy, very mild SAD?
A: I would say no to that. You really need a special lamp with ideally a bulb that is what was used in the clinical trials that showed efficacy of that lighting for SAD. You also need to position it at the correct angle and distance from you or you will not get an effect.submitted bytori - 5 years ago
Q: I'm confused about the brightness of the light. Is the daylight 60 Watt bulb equivalent to the brightness a 60 watt incandescent bulb? Your speedy response would appreciated. Thanks.
A: Hello, Carole. I do apologize for the late response. Yes, this bulb will give off the equivalent brightness of a 6o watt incandescent bulb. Thank You GE Lighting a Savant Company.submitted byCync Support - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: How do I get the lights to dim?
A: Hello Austin, Thank you for your question. In order for you to use the dimming on a dimmable bulb you have to use a fixture is also dimmable. Unfortunately, you can not the dimming feature on a dimmable bulb on a non dimmalbe switch. Thank you again. -GE Customer Servicesubmitted byCync Support - 6 years agoBrand expert
Q: Can these lightbulbs be used when a description of a light fixture says incandescent?
A: Absolutely! These have the correct fitting for a standard incandescent bulb - but will save you money over the long-run. Also, remember these are the 'daylight or cool light' bulbs - no yellowing! I prefer these for all my needs, not just for reading or for showcasing items. I will say that depending upon the fixture you plan to use, you may consider using the GE LED Lightsticks in daylight. It seems to save you on both the cost / bulb as well as the wattage (60watt equivilent uses 10 watts vs the 11 watts for these bulbs shown above!).submitted bySavvySue - 7 years ago