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High CRI 93 LED Lighting for Residential
I am interested in bulbs with at least a 93 CRI. I see that you sell them. I would like to know what would be the best bulb for my family. The new bulbs sold in stores that are supposedly 60 Watts are not bright enough. What would be recommended and why is that your choice?
Our 95+ CRI lamps sound like a great fit for you and your family. Our most popular option for residential installations is our CENTRIC HOME A19 lamps, which are available in a 60 watt equivalent brightness. The 2700K and 3000K color options are both excellent options for home use.
Below is the product page for the CENTRIC HOME A19 bulbs:
For more information concerning color temperature, please see our article below:
The new bulbs sold in stores that are supposedly 60 Watts are not bright enough. I see you recommended your Centric Home A19 bulbs. Does this seem brighter than the 60 W bulbs I could buy at the store and if so, is that due to the CRI? Why is that your choice to recommend? How many bulbs come in 1 pack?
The 95 CRI bulbs will most likely provide the same amount of perceived brightness as an 80 CRI bulb that also emits the same amount of brightness (i.e. 60 watts). However, because the CRI is higher, a lower amount of brightness may be sufficient for task-oriented activities, as the improved color clarity may counteract the need for additional brightness.
We unfortunately do not have any higher brightness bulbs so this would our best recommendation. Generally, we recommend increasing the number of lamps, rather than the brightness of any individual bulb, as this can help reduce glare and improve the light distribution in a space.
The 1-pack refers to 1 bulb.
We would perhaps recommend testing and taking advantage of our free returns policy. If for whatever reason you find that the LED bulbs are not going to work for your project, we would be more than happy to pay for return shipping and offer a full refund.
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