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150 Watt JDD Clear E26 120V

150 Watt JDD Clear E26 120V

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Sterl Lighting Pack of 20 of 150 Watt T10 JDD Type Halogen Light Bulb works with 120 voltage and fits to E26 screw base type. This is a clear finished double glass protection that provides 2700 kelvin warm white lighting with any fixtures, offers CRI 100 that let us see the color vibrance of objects under this light source. It produces 2400 lumens of light output and lasts for an average life span of 2000-hours. This energy-saving bulb is commonly used for cabinet, fans, ceiling fixture, wall mount, sconce, modeling lights chandeliers, showcase display, portables and track lighting applications.

COLOR TEMPERATURE: The warm white light adds cozy feeling, and sets the mood in your room.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY: Halogen bulb Lowers down your operation cost by more than 30% lasts longer than a traditional incandescent light bulb.
DIMMABLE: Whether you need lots of light to work, or less light to relax after a long day, simply adjust the dim of the light fixture create the perfect atmosphere. This light fixture can provide anything between 10% and 100% of lighting output.
SUITABLE FOR: Ideal to use for ceiling lights, table, desk, floor or lamps, recessed lights, show lights, closet lights, outdoor lights for home, office, restaurants, clubs, and stores. Important to note that JDD type halogen lamps should not come into contact with bare skin because the oils on the skin may damage the bulb, use a glove when changing JDD halogen bulb.




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Paul Deras
They appear approximately half as bright as 72w Sylvania halogen bulbs

I had high hopes for these, especially considering they were rated 150w, 2400 lumens. Unfortunately, they are literally only about half as bright as the affordable Sylvania 72w (#50006) halogen bulbs I've been using. Both are rated with similar color temperatures (2700k, 2800k). The Sylvania's use half as much power yet are considerably brighter despite being rated only 1490 lumens. To top it off, the first two bulbs I installed literally had the glass shield pop off despite very careful handling. I've tried multiple fixtures that can handle 300w bulbs. If I had a light meter and watt meter I would take further measurements. Something is not right with Sterl's advertised claims.