Cree BBR30-06527FLF - Dimmable LED - 9.5 Watt - BR30

65W Equal - 650 Lumens - 2700K Warm White


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CREE-06527FLF

Cree BBR30-06527FLF - Dimmable LED - 9.5 Watt - BR30

65W Equal - 650 Lumens - 2700K Warm White

Savings over life of lamp: $0

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Payback on Investment

Dimmable and shatter-resistant, this instant-on, Cree BBR30-06527FLF 9.5-watt BR30 LED replaces a 65-watt incandescent light bulb, saving you money on energy costs and lamp replacements throughout the year. High-power LED efficiency sustains the inviting warm white, 2700K glow and drives 650 brilliant lumens of output. Energy Star qualified and UL approved for damp locations, this Cree BR30 flood light can be used indoors or outdoors in enclosed fixtures and is ideal for track and recessed lighting applications. The Cree BBR30-06527FLF lamp will outlast all incandescent bulbs with its 25,000-hour life span and 10-year warranty.

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Specifications

Stock Code:CREE-06527FLF
Part No.:BBR30-06527FLF-12DE26-1U100
Wattage:9.5 Watt
Bulb Shape:BR30
Dimmable:Yes
Color:Warm White
CRI:80
Diameter:3.75 in.
Incandescent Equal:65 Watt
Lumens (Initial):650
UL Listed:Damp Locations
Case Quantity:4
Brand:Cree
UPC:810048024155
Voltage:120
Base Type:Medium (E26)
Coating:Silicone
Color Temperature:2700 Kelvin
Height:5 in.
Energy Star:Qualified
Life Hours:25,000
Lumens Per Watt:68
Warranty:10 Years

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by No Hassles I recently purchased the dimmable LED from 1000bulbs.com.and when it arrived I discovered it was damaged. The bulb in the package was cracked (multiple cracks webbed) across the top. They immediately sent me another one at no cost. I did not think to try the bulb before contacting customer service but after receiving the replacement, my curiosity got the best of me and I decided,to see what would happen and sure enough, the broken one lights up -- It's not on a dimmer and I have not tried that yes, but while it looks kind of bad, it doesn't seem to be affected by the cracks. Perhaps the outer region or shell is only for product design, a facade of sorts, and the actual LED is not something that is affected by this kind of damage, like its predecessor. It begs the question though, are their any caveats or dangers to using a damaged dimmable LED? This item actually has a few slits that are exposed to air where there was once a shard from the "bulb". November 18, 2014
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