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Cooler than others
Color ( 5000k "Daylight" )
Cons: 9.8w compared to others 9.5w (Not much of a con)
Other Thoughts: This is by far the the best LED bulb I have tried yet. So far I have used Collection LED, SunSun, And this Feit all in the A19 style. This 9.8w @800 lumen bulb (65w Equivalent) out shines the computation 10w 1000 lumen (75w Equivalent). The 5000k color is comparable in all of the competition and in my opinion is hands down more pleasing to the eye than the 3000k. Also these bulbs seem to stay just a tad cooler than others I have tried. I know the price is higher than some of the others, however two things. One I had a NewEgg e-mail promotion for 30% off, and Second the rating is for a longer hour life span. One can only guess how true that is 22yr form now. If you are going to spend the money to get LED's, this is the one. Spend the little extra and be happy with your purchase. And do not bother with the 10w it is no brighter.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Its LED
Lights even in the cold (-4F degrees)
Cons: Delayed Start (not much about 2 seconds)
Not available in 5000k, not fond of 3000k
Other Thoughts: (Things to note is that is based on out side use in the cold, as I have not had it long enough to try when outside temp is higher. Also it is not water prof, I use it under an eve on the house). Be aware that this bulb is a little heavy dew to the heat sink. I have an old house with old fixtures and it was almost too heavy for the old fixture. Again with the old house comes old doors. I needed to replace the old bulb (incandescent) because the vibration of the required force it takes to close the door continued to ruin the old bulbs. The LED does not seem to be affected by the slamming of the door! Also it seems to be just as bright as the old 120watt bulb it replaced. Just keep in mind there is snow on the ground to reflect off so summer may prove differently. I got this when NewEgg had an e-mail promo for 30% off. Yes I would buy this bulb again.
One egg missing because of price, weight and that 5000k is not available.
This review is from: XTRAC PADS Ripper XXL Mouse Pad
Pros: Smooth, Accurate mouse detection, thin pad makes it very comfortable.
Cons: Thin top layer that wears through rather quickly. Edge is peeling back were my wrist meets the pad/desk.
Other Thoughts: Good for average use, however not a good choice for a gamer who uses it every day. Already thinking about replacing it being sure to get a pad were the edges are stitch reinforced.READ FULL REVIEW