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    Default Higher than 100 watt equivalent LED

    Any recommendations for good quality higher than 100 watt equivalent regular socket bulbs. My wife likes bright reading lamps and as I get older so do I . We are using cree 100 eat equivalents along with Phillips. Prefer 5000 K and doesn't need too be dimmed. Also doesn't need to die after 6 months nor cost $20 a piece.

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    Flashaholic* FRITZHID's Avatar
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    Default Re: Higher than 100 watt equivalent LED

    If you can find them, the ge brightstik 100 watt daylight should last you a long while. I have 7 of them around my home (warm white) and they've been going strong for 2 yrs now.
    if your not wearing a #12 welding screen than it ain't bright enough! "Hand-Sun H.I.D." 55w & 75w, Rocky 3w LED, Stanley 109 35w mod'd, Maxa-Beam Gen II, 55w hid/100w incan Vector Twin, 400w MH long arc, 100w MH mid arc. Amondotech n30, vss-3A.

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    Default Re: Higher than 100 watt equivalent LED

    Since when is 100 > 100?

    If you don't want to spend big bucks, and your fixture accommodates it, the best bet is to use a twin lamp 'Y' adapter, allowing two 100W lamps to be screwed in...
    Last edited by brickbat; 03-08-2018 at 10:03 PM.

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    Flashaholic kingofwylietx's Avatar
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    DFW, TX

    Default Re: Higher than 100 watt equivalent LED

    The Y adapter is a good choice if you have the space. Also, depending on the style of reading light your wife is using, you may be able to use a can light or flood light style bulb to direct all those lumens towards her book....rather than diffused around the room.

    There are 3 way bulbs rated higher than 100 watt equivalent. We have a couple of them. In a standard lamp, it should come on at the brightest level only. Iím not aware of any issues doing that...maybe someone else can confirm the safety of my idea.
    Last edited by kingofwylietx; Yesterday at 05:55 PM.

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