Monthly Archives: December 2011

LED Light Bulb Comparison: LEDshine360 vs Lighting Science’s Ecosmart A19

Many inexpensive LEDs are popping up all over the place. Everybody’s trying to make an affordable LED to grab a piece of the residential lighting pie. Over Christmas, I saw Lowes and Home Depot both slash bulb prices to below cost to help move product off their shelves. Philip’s Ambient LED (Lowes) was being sold for under $15 and Lighting Science’s Ecosmart (Home Depot) for under $10! Post holiday prices climbed back into reality.

So why didn’t more people jump at the chance to buy the heavily discounted bulbs? Besides price, two issues have a major impact on LED success – shape and spread:

 

Ecosmart LEDs Don't Compare to LEDshine360

LEDshine360 LED light bulb

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shape: Take a look at the Ecosmart A19 compared to the LEDshine360. One looks like a single scoop of vanilla ice cream cone and the other looks like a regular light bulb.

Spread: The shape of the Ecosmart LED bulb negatively affects performance. We placed both bulbs into a sconce to show the difference between the lamps in a real world setting. The shape, spread, and savings of our new A-style LEDs outperforms the competition. Let us know what you think…which bulb would you prefer in your home?

Ecosmart LED A19 Inside Sconce

LEDshine360 Light Bulb Inside Sconce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about the LEDshine360, click here…