60 Watt Equivalent Candelabra (Chandelier) LED Bulbs

We get lots of calls from customers looking for 60 watt equivalent candelabra incandescent light bulbs. What do I tell them? "Our candelabra LED bulb replacements are only rated as high as 40 watt equivalents BUT, they are brighter than 40 watts and you will be happy with them." The problem is, customers are left with either taking my word...
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Why Are Some LED Bulbs ENERGY STAR and Some Are Not?

We get many customers calling us year round asking which LED bulbs we carry are ENERGY STAR qualified mainly because the rebates they want to qualify and apply to require the LED lights they buy are ENERGY STAR (or DLC for LED fixtures). So why are some LED bulbs carry the ENERGY STAR logo on the box while some don't?...
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New, TCP Elite 75 Watt & 100 Watt Equivalent A21 LED Light Bulbs

At last! TCP's 75 Watt & 100 Watt equivalent A-shape LED bulbs have finally been released and are ready to ship starting September 15th. I've been waiting for these to arrive for over a year and I'm proud to let you know they're finally here and priced aggressively to ensure you get your payback much sooner. I've been really anxious...
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Best Selling A19 LED Light Bulbs

We sell a lot of LED light bulbs. But more specifically, the A19-shaped (a.k.a "regular" or "traditional") which are used to replace your standard 40 Watt and 60 Watt incandescent light bulbs; naturally, since these are the most commonly used light bulb shapes in use today. So, which A19 LED bulbs are the best sellers? As any great "best selling"...
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150 Watt High Pressure Sodium LED Replacement?

A typical 150 Watt High Pressure Sodium bulb with an E26 (medium) base produces about 12,000 - 14,000 lumens. Ask some light bulb guys and they might scoff at you and tell you to go home. But, not here buddy. I'm telling you, a 23 Watt PAR38 that only produces 1,700 lumens can do the same job. Side By Side...
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