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Pros: Do yourself a favor and buy as many of these as you can. They are much brighter than the 40 watt equivalent that it is rated at and draws only a minimal amount of power. 6.5 watts. I bought five, the max and just went back and ordered 5 more. And I plan to order even more, plus in a few other sizes, despite the higher cost.
Cons: Cost is a bit higher, but the long life makes up for it and the savings in electricity mean they will pay for themselves in a reasonable amount of time.
Other Thoughts: Buy as many as you can. Wintertime, when it is darker is the time to upgrade light bulbs.READ FULL REVIEW
Low power Draw
Turn on fast
Not that much brighter than the 40 watt SUNSUN bulbs which cost 1/3 the price.
Other Thoughts: I wish I bought 15 of the SunSun 40 watt 5000 deg bulbs at $6.99 instead of 5 of these.
Still, I'm very happy with them. I suppose it i good that I have a few of these for locations were I wanted more light. I won't be buying any more though as the lower power lamps are very bright.
Pros: Bright white light.
Low power consumption
Turns on quickly.
Cons: None so far.
I can't tell about longevity yet. Just got these.
Other Thoughts: Wish they had a lower power version for outside lamps at the front door.
Wish I bought more of these. I bought 5 at 40 watts, and they seem brighter than 40 watts.
Do yourself a favor and buy ten or more of these. You will be glad you did.
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