Would These Be Optimal?

Discussion in 'Light' started by Nestito, Feb 10, 2019.

  1. Nestito

    Nestito Member

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    Looking to replace the light bulbs around the home for some more optimal ones. I have no electrical knowledge whatsoever? Found these on amazon and remember reading here that someone said that peat recommends 130 volt with a 2700k color temperature. These seem to fit that bill just right. Am I missing something and is there something I should be aware about regarding electrical stuff? Like these should just work fine in any home setting right? Like ceiling, bedroom, lamps, etc? Not looking to cause any fires etc. Sorry, I'm a noob.

    https://www.amazon.com/GoodBulb-Dim...spons&keywords=incandescent+light+bulbs&psc=1

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  2. tankasnowgod

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    They should work fine, in fact, a little better. 130V bulbs in homes that run 120V (or less) will actually enable the bulb to last longer. It should also produce less blue light than 120V bulbs. So, it might appear more yellow than you think. But for the lighting purposes discussed here, these are all generally positive things.

    This is a good breakdown of what to expect with 130v bulbs-

    Why Buy 130 Volt Light Bulbs?
     
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