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You probably got counterfeit bulbs (as many people have). Check the reviews. Amazon has been flooded with fake crap lately.
DePingus
· January 12, 2019
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Sylvania's spec sheet for this bulb lists a CRI of 80.
Banacek
· May 7, 2017
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It has to do with Title 20. LED lights have to comply with performance, testing and marking requirements. It makes LED lights in California noticably more expensive to sell in California, and it has led many large scale, economy LED manufacturers to pull out of the state.
Shawn Nichols
· March 8, 2019
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It’s because of proposition 65. The larger packs do not have the cancer warning on them. It’s the same reason why many products don’t ship to California on Amazon.
L. Smith
· June 11, 2019
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They are not dimmable. As a side note, the bulbs I received were genuine Sylvania LED bulbs.
Ronald
· December 31, 2018
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it is UL certified as it says on the packaging conforms to Ul std 1993 cert. to CSA STD C22.2 No.1993
The Grand Bazzar
Seller · July 31, 2017
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Yes
Ryan D.
· December 30, 2017
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Ikon Electrical Supply
Seller · March 5, 2016
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No.
Zakia
· June 7, 2019
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There is a 24 case on Amazon. I think it was a blue case
Rick Plotner
· March 9, 2019