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LyfeLite 800-Lumen LED Light Bulbs (8-Pack)

LyfeLite 800-Lumen LED Light Bulbs (8-Pack)

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you no ship canda? dang
What's up with this drop, no shipping to Canada? You can't ship light bulbs, pretty sad.
What is the voltage rating ? 100V - 240 V ?
Any way to switch them off? :)
I bought LyfeLite bulbs in the first drop. Checked them all charging and running each for about 12-15 hours. All work as expected, all lights up when I kill the fuse in my home electrical fuse box. Some observations. Packing cartons are very thin and weak, one came unglued and bulbs were banging all around the shipping box. No damage to the bulbs. They came slightly precharged, so I think company checks them before shipping. They are larger and heavier than regular LED bulbs and stick out a bit from the fixture. The light output is in not even close to claimed 800lm/60W, they are as bright as the regular 40W LED bulbs, maybe around 450-500 lumen or less. To LyfeLite defense there is a disclaimer on the box that says light output and wattage may be lower then advertised. It is lower. Because the base of the bulb is large the usable dispersion pattern suffers, it is no more than 195° beam angle. On the plus side, these bulbs have color temperature close to advertised 3000K. I estimate around 3200K-3400K compared to my other 120V LED bulbs and the color temp app on my computer. CRI is on the higher side to my eye it's about 90 or higher. I was surprised how bright they are when charged and running from internal battery - one bulb can light up room pretty decently. All in all a decent LED bulb if you know what you are buying and have reasonable expectations.
Please provide an official Kelvin measure.
220V or 110V ???
Are these dimmable? Just thinking about the location I would normally have them. I guess I could charge them and set them aside for when needed? The 4 power caps that it comes with, is that the socket with the hook on it?
scope
The description says non-dimmable.
What's the CRI on these [color rendering index]?
I couldn't find whether these are for 110V or 220-240V current. Any suggestions?
Dumb question, how does it know the difference between being turned off versus a power failure???
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roissy
Actually, doesn’t the use of the light outside of a powered socket require the power cap? As a result, when used in a socket, and the light is turned OFF, the bulb shouldn’t stay on. Right? 🤔
In case you missed it, the drop is back! no clue if the price stayed the same though :)
I found the manual that seems to be very useful https://www.qvc.com/footers/el/pdf/V36004_LyfeLite_Instructions2.pdf
Anybody use these things? How many lumens when on-battery? And what does the "Power Cap" do? Is it just a "hanger" that went through the marketing department? Or is it needed to turn the light on when it's not in a socket?
awk
I haven't used them, but I found this on the Survival Warehouse website (https://www.survival-warehouse.com/lyfelite-emergency-led-bulbs-4-pack-800-lumens-soft-white.html (interestingly, couldn't find this info on the LyfeLite website)): "Don't have a flash light? Don't worry with the LyfeLite Power Caps you can turn any LyfeLite Emergency LED Bulb into a portable light source. The light bulb not only stays cool to the touch you can hang it anywhere in your home." Enlarging the photo of the Power Cap, it appears there's a black button on the end that I'd guess is used to turn on/off a charged LyfeLite. In other related news, in just my casual searching for this information I found that this drop is a heck of a good deal compared to other sites selling these bulbs, being cheaper than other sites selling half the number of bulbs/Power Caps. That said, not sure this would do me any good since most of my primary light sources are receptacles that use floodlight-style bulbs.
The ad does not say whether the light output is warm white (2700K) or cool white (5000K).
Ravenroy
These are actually soft white bulbs. 9w = 60w equivalent and actually 800 Lumens
Ravenroy
Judging by one of the pictures on their web site, the "soft white" is 3000K.