> I had a 100w equivalent CFL
> 75w equivalent LED
Those number are useless. And pointless.
What any of us care about is lumens and/or watts. Since there is
no standard for "equivalent" I see really goofy numbers like 500 l
listed as a "60W equivalent" - and the 60 W incandescent lamps I
use are 800-900l. Just learn a new number - once. Find out how
many lumens you want/need and purchase that - whether it's CFL,
LED, HPS, halogen, carbon arc.
Soon we could have "equivalent to a 60 W equivalent CFL".
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