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TCP LA927KND6 LED Light Bulbs 60 Watt Equivalent | Energy Efficient (9W)

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SAVE UP TO 85% ON YOUR ENERGY BILL – Buy TCP energy efficient 9 watt LED bulbs to replace your 60 watt bulbs and see the immediate savings!

LONG LASTING 18 YEAR LIFESPAN – Rated at 20, 000 hours based on 3 hours per day. High quality TCP LED light bulbs last longer!

PERFECT BULB VERSATILITY – These Soft White (2700K) LED provide warm and ambient lighting. Ideal for use in table and floor lamps, living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, and hallways or ceiling fixtures.

800 LUMENS OF IMMEDIATE LIGHT: LEDs provide bright instant light to any room. There is no waiting time to warm up to full brightness.

CONSISTENT COLOR – Keep the soft white light you love with 2700K LED bulbs

Brand: ‎TCP

Description

TCP LA927KND6 LED Light Bulbs 60 Watt Equivalent | | Energy Efficient (9W) | Non-Dimmable | A19 Shape E26 Medium Base, 6 Count (Pack of 1), Soft White Everything Else

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TCP LA927KND6 LED Light Bulbs 60 Watt Equivalent

TCP LA927KND6 LED Light Bulbs 60 Watt Equivalent | Energy Efficient (9W)

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Additional information

Brand

Manufacturer

‎TCP

Part Number

‎LA927KND6

Item Weight

‎3.2 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5.75 x 8.71 x 5 inches

Country of Origin

‎China

Item model number

‎LA927KND6

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Size

‎6 Count (Pack of 1)

Color

‎Soft White

Style

‎6 pack Soft White

Material

‎Polypropylene

Shape

‎A19

Voltage

‎120 Volts

Wattage

‎9

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Type of Bulb

‎LED

Luminous Flux

‎800

Certification

‎UL Listed

Special Features

‎Not Dimmable

Usage

‎Indoor/ Protected Outdoor Use

Included Components

‎Light Bulb

Batteries Included?

‎No

Batteries Required?

‎No

Warranty Description

‎3 year limited.

ASIN

B01BFCGBN6

Date First Available

February 3, 2016

10 reviews for TCP LA927KND6 LED Light Bulbs 60 Watt Equivalent | Energy Efficient (9W)

  1. TV Junkie

    I just got these and put three in an enclosed 3-bulb kitchen ceiling light. The package is not clear re. suitability for enclosed fixtures, but one warning on the label says to put the bulbs in enclosed fixtures if used outside. One or more of the Amazon reviews said these were suitable for enclosed fixtures, so I went for them. Before putting the glass shade back on the ceiling fixture, I ran the lights for a few minutes and then felt the bases. They were warm to the touch, but not burning hot. The warm white light they cast is very nice and easy on the eyes. The light is yellowish or golden, very much like incandescent bulbs. So far I’m quite pleased, and the price was very good.

  2. Ben T.

    NOTE: These bulbs have a slightly wider diameter than standard sized bulbs. If you intend to use these in smaller fixtures that are tight on space, they might not fit. I had one fixture that has a “pineapple” glass cover/shade and this bulb did not fit by a fraction of an inch, whereas a standard incandescent or halogen bulb did fit. I had to replace the cover with one that would allow this bulb to fit, which I found at a home improvement store for $7. Still worth the cost in the long run if the bulbs last as long as they claim.I really like the quality of the light coming from these bulbs. It’s a nice bright yellow color that illuminates everything very well, but it is not overwhelming in any way. The bulbs work equally well in fixtures with either clear glass or frosted glass. Just what I was looking for to stock all the enclosed fixtures in my home. Electric bill be damned!

  3. paul 29

    this light bulbs all have worked so far. The only compliant is that some think that it is too bright. It think its fine and it some people like the warm light like old light bulbs. I would make sure you know the one like first. I didn’t get much of a power saving because might old lights use 10 watts and these used 9 watts. I put them on the socket that we used the most. I put them also in the basement to help better light area’s that our regular light bulbs didn’t get to. also to replace the last of the old light bulbs that we had.

  4. Irwin Electronics

    These are slightly “whiter” than I expected, but I’m glad! They’re just “yellow” enough to not look out of place like some daylight bulbs. No, sorry, I do not have equipment to measure color temp and lumens. All I can say is I’m very pleased with the color temperature and light output from these. They almost make my kitchen too bright… almost. I think they’re just right, nice and bright. Plus, these are the only brand I found that are rated for fully enclosed light fixtures. I fully intend to buy more.

  5. RGS

    Been using this brand for ages, had others I tried that didn’t last worth dirt. at first these things was expensive so I was replacing lights in the house in stages as money premitted.had to replace very few of these and only had to buy this recently as the others that didn’t die quick of the other brands had finally started to go bad, think out of all of these I purchased 1 had gone bad, and like all products they base the life time on like 4 hours a day or less not really sure at the moment and most of the time mine are one for at least 8.also when order check the 16 pack option, i almost bought the 8 and thought let me see how much that is and it was the same price making them an even greater deal.

  6. Holland

    I will update is something goes wrong, however there is such a difference in these from the ones the apartment had before! I hate yellow lighting and these are true daylight light bulbs. None were broken in shipping. I’ll buy again.

  7. AmaniSofia

    Excellent bulbs. Led technology has come a long way in terms of price and quality. I have converted my whole house to led and my electric bill has gone down at least 75 dollars a month. Everyone should be converting their entire house to led bulbs. These are far superior to CFL. I some areas I have had led bulbs for three years and have yet to replace one. Also great for bulbs that are high up so you dont have to go through the hassle of changing them.

  8. Slim

    I was going to give this 4 stars since a bulb or two was buzzing when I installed them, until I checked again and tried a few bulbs, they all buzzed! The problem was the SOCKET, NOT THE BULB! The same bulb that “buzzed” in the bad socket worked fine in the fine socket! Never had a issue with these, they are a great product at a great price!P.S the review is for the 6 pack, non energy star ones. Daylight and soft light versions. The daylight is great for offices, bathroom vanities and kitchens where you want that brighter whiter light. The soft light ones are better for dining rooms etc.

  9. Concerned Citizen

    I originally bought a large package of Phillips 60w 2700K LED bulbs which cost less per bulb than these. The Phillips bulbs worked great everywhere except for the garage door opener. After putting them in the garage door opener it was extremely difficult to get the door to open or close when the bulbs were lit. It turns out that the Phillips bulbs are putting out a ton of RF interference that was blocking the signal from the remote unless it was within about 10 feet of the door opener. I read on another website about lots of LED bulbs having this issue and they recommended these to solve the problem. I swapped out the Phillips bulbs for these and the remote again worked from a reasonable distance.I wouldn’t recommend these for the rest of the house simply because there are alternatives that cost less and which appear to work as well in non-RF sensitive environments; but I would definitely recommend that you buy these for the garage door opener.

  10. ImjustAZKen

    These bulbs are good, but they are much brighter than the regular 60W bulbs I replaced. I bought them for a 6 light bathroom fixture and the light output is hard on the eyes when turning them on in the morning. I tried TCP’s 40W equivalent, but those bulbs made a loud buzzing noise and are being returned. I’ll keep looking for a “less-bright” replacement, but will keep these for use in lamps or other fixtures as I’ve used TCP bulbs for a few years now and find them to be a good quality for the money.

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