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posted Mar-12-2011
Reviewer:  chemtchr12

Awesome service, enormous selection and super fast shipping. I expected average quality bulbs for the price but got some absolutely excellent product.

A+++

 
 
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posted Mar-12-2011
Reviewer:  mball11

Very easy to purchase. Was a little unsure, but the price was right with a discount and a bulk purchase made the per bulb cost extremely attractive.

 
 
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posted Mar-11-2011
Reviewer:  jeremyolson

Easy to navigate website, though information between products could be more standardized.

Easy to reach and friendly phone staff and quick shipping and delivery.

 
 
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posted Mar-11-2011
Reviewer:  joyceann0611

I was very impressed with the compact fluorescent light (CFL)bulbs that we ordered from 1000Bulbs.com. We are using them as an Earth Day promotion for our employees. The CFL were of better quality than I expected for the price. Shipping was fast and trouble free. I have made three separate purchases and have been pleased each time. The only issue that I have had is when I tried to order CFLs to be shipped to some of our facilities in Canada. I could not get an answer on the phone when using the automated system. Otherwise, I have been happy with all aspects of 1000Bulbs.com.

 
 



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6 Comments

  1. Richard Devlin /

    I just installed a outdoor putting green, and want to know how many lumens or watts I need to light it up? A garage wall runs along one wall and I thought I would mount the fixture there.

    • Benjamin Rorie /

      Thanks for the question, Richard. What is the square footage of your putting green, and how far away is the fixture?

  2. kelli erholm /

    I recently purchasesd, all my outdoor lighting for my garden, I’m truly impressed with the quality,and pricing and you’re selections are amazing!! Thankyou 1000bulbs.com you’re the best!

    • Jordan Loa /

      Thank you for the kind words, Kelli, and we appreciate your business. If you have any questions about anything, don’t hesitate to ask!

  3. Adam Safier /

    I am interested in trying “Full Spectrum” bulbs as general house lighting to help combat winter blues, without going to sitting in front of full S.A.D. panels. My family hates super white (6500K) flourescents.
    I am confused by “Full Spectrum” labels on 6500K and 5000K lights. I would think that Full Spectrum would require putting out light in frequencies that cover a range: 2700K-6500K. The bulbs advertised as full spectrum are listed as being 5000K or 6500K which implies one light frequency. So which is it?

    • Jordan Loa /

      Thanks for reaching out to us, Adam!

      While full spectrum is sometimes referred to as 4100 – 6500K, that range is incorrect. “Full spectrum” equals a cloudless day at 12:00 in the afternoon, or 5000K. For your needs, the 5000K lamp is what you’d want to use. Let us know if you have any further questions!

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