by GE |
Item # 980037005
Model # 99683 |

Product Details

About this item

  • 65-watt flood lights
  • Soft white, BR30 shape
  • 22-year lifespan
  • Mercury-free, environmentally friendly
  • Instant full brightness
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The GE LED 65W BR30 Soft White Flood Light (4-pk.) gives you a long-lasting bulb with just the right amount of brightness. You will love the soft, warm white light. These white flood lights can save you money on your monthly energy bill!

What Makes the GE LED 65W BR30 Soft White Flood Light Such a Good Lightbulb?

These 65-watt flood lights can be used to illuminate the home with a warm white light while using less energy than a traditional bulb. Plus, they are very long-lasting. When burned for three hours per day, these white LED flood lights can last for 22 years. They offer 700 lumens of brightness with a light appearance of 2,700k. These 65-watt indoor flood lights only use 10 watts of energy, which is the equivalent to what a 65-watt incandescent light bulb uses. They are instantly at full brightness as soon as you flip your switch.

Is the GE LED 65W BR30 Soft White Flood Light Environmentally Friendly?

Yes. The soft white LED flood lights uses 83% less energy than what is used with an incandescent bulb. Over the life of the BR30 LED soft white bulb, you will only spend $151 in energy costs. The composition of the bulb does not contain any mercury, which makes it a safe option that is more environmentally friendly. Using less energy not only saves money in your utility bills, but it also lessens the amount of energy your home burns in total. With this four-pack of bulbs, you could potentially get 66 years worth of soft white LED flood lights.

These white flood lights are good for use in recessed track lighting or in recessed cans like in a kitchen or living room. The BR30 shape makes it easy to switch these out for the traditional bulbs and save some money on your energy bill. The long-lasting life is another perk if you have high or vaulted ceilings which make changing light bulbs an ordeal that requires a ladder.

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