Cree’s 75W LED Uses 82% Less Energy than Incandescent
Cree’s new LED 75-watt replacement bulb looks like a traditional incandescent but uses 82 percent less energy and is designed to last 25 times longer, says the company. The LED Bulb retails for $23.
The same shape and size as the A19 traditional bulb, the Cree LED 75-watt bulb can be placed in most lighting fixtures in the home. Cree says the bulbs turn on instantly and are easily dimmable with most standard incandescent dimmers.
The bulb is illuminated by Cree LED Filament Tower technology within a glass bulb and delivers 1100 lumens, consumes 13.5 watts and is available in soft white (2700K) color temp.
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