Over the years I have probably tried 30 different LED bulbs. Some have been exceptionally bad whilst some have been exceptionally good. If you're like me you want something that'll simply replace your existing bulb with a much more cost effective replacement.
Some bulbs claim to last a lifetime or have the lumens (light) to shine to the moon.
This is equivalent to a 60 watt bulb.
80. What is it? Bargain Fox: 'The Colour Rendering Index (CRI) describes ability of light source to reproduce the colour of an item as it would be seen in natural light or sunlight. It is measured on a scale from 0 to 100, with 100 being the best colour reproduction.'
Less than 70 gives a grey washed out look. So 80 is fine.
3000 Kelvin. Which is warm white towards cool white
Very well made. No flaws, no rattling, no flimsiness. Looks and feels a quality bulb.
These are a tad more expensive than a standard normal bulb. Given the lifespan and the saving on electricity it'll save money. Someone else can do that calculation.
Yes, it's a nice, warm, cost-effective replacement.
I will update this review if I have any failure or anything changes.