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Looking for 150-200 "equivalent" Light Bulbs Online.

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Looking for 150-200 "equivalent" Light Bulbs Online.

I like brighter lights I hear the max you can get about 150-200 equivalent then it's too bright for the source.

I like to replace 4 bulbs outside the ones I have right now are 10 watts I think their near 100 watts equivalent.
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First and most obvious choice is Amazon... What’s wrong with all the 3000+ results you get for “100W led” on there?

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10 Watts is closer to 60 Watts

You need to look for 16 Watt LED bulbs to get 100 Watt incandescent
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Mar 22, 2013
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I've been looking for brighter e26 (medium base) led bulbs, and I don't think there is a very good selection of bulbs above 100W.

Anything about 100W usually costs $20+. At that price point, the total wattage and light output is equivalent to running 2 100W bulbs... which could be done cheaper.

Here's what I would recommend for more lighting:

Buy philips 100W (cold white or soft white) bulbs from home depot (2 pack is usually $12).
Buy a e26 "Leviton Twinlite Lamp holder Adapter, White" from homedepot and hookup 2 100W bulbs (that only draw 32W total).
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Mar 20, 2011
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Not online, and not 150watt, but IKEA recently started selling 1600lumen LED bulbs, which is equivalent to 100watt. I purchased one recently and was quite impressed with the brightness.
LEDARE - LED bulb E26 1600 lumen, warm dimming, globe opal white - $9.99
https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/80426768/

150watt would be 2600 lumens, not seen those for sale in any store.
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Dollarama has $4 Globe LEDLife 16W (100W eq) 1500lm A21 LED bulbs in 3000k and 5000k

I don't think you can go any higher with your typical shape/format bulb, there's only so much heat you can dissipate

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