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Amazon Basics 100W Equivalent, 3000K White, Non-Dimmable, 10,000 Hour Lifetime, A19 LED Light Bulb

, A Correlated Color Temperature, A Cool White Light, A19 Led Light Bulb, 000 Hour Lifetime, 3000 K White, A Long Working Lifespan, A Bright White Light, A 10, Non Dimmable

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BVR Rating 1,370 reviews

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Analysis of 1k+ reviews for Amazon Basics 100W Equivalent, 3000K White, Non-Dimmable, 10,000 Hour Lifetime, A19 LED Light Bulb

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BestViewsReviews analyzed 118,982 reviews for 154 products in the LED Bulbs category.

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We analyzed a total of 1,370 reviews for this product out of which, 247 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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The analysis indicates that around 63% reviews were positive while around 32% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Amazon Basics 100W Equivalent, 3000K White, Non-Dimmable, 10,000 Hour Lifetime, A19 LED Light Bulb

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This product received a total score of 8.09 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:

  • Build quality
  • Color range
  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Energy efficiency
  • Light output
  • Longevity
  • Overall performance
  • Packaging
  • Value for money
  • Question & Answers

    Q:

    Why are these illegal in California?

    A:

    California has implemented their own requirements for light bulbs that is not only limited to efficiency, but also dimming, color quality, and several others.

    Q:

    Is it possible to use these in a completely enclosed glass ceiling fixture?

    A:

    These bulbs are large, heavier than a normal 100W incandescent bulb, and do not fit inside the glass enclosures of my various light fixture.

    Q:

    What is the warranty on these bulbs?

    A:

    They work until they don't.

    Q:

    What is the number of calories in it?

    A:

    Calorie, or kilo, is a unit of energy equivalent to 1 BTU which is the energy required to increase the temperature of one gram of water one degree. These days, this measurement is more commonly referred to as 4.1868 calories per square inch.

    Q:

    I can't get the bulb to blink to enter pairing mode. What's the problem?

    A:

    These are not wireless devices. They are basic LEDs light bulbs.

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