I'm very pleased with the output and color rendition of these led bulbs, I put this led bulb on my Red devil cichlids aquarium as a test to see what these bulbs look like and I have to say they look way better than the Zoo Med 98 cri fluorescent tubes I was using, everything looks so natural and the colors are spot on, in the future I would like to try the absolute series led striplights on all my show tanks that I have on my youtube channel, check out the video I made of the aquarium with this new led bulb installed on it. https://youtu.be/Prvb2Ceuo0Q
I try to use your video with slow motion and coin , but it is not clear as shown on video
My 6 bulbs arrived well-packaged in a timely manner. I will be using these in my basement painting studio.
The light bulb was just what I needed to be able to see my canvases better when I paint. Thank you.
I bought 3 t5 led tubes for my painting studio. I used a link was provided to buyT5 fluorescent fixtures which work with there led tubes. I like accuracy of color in night. I was disappointed because I needed 4 tubes, but they had just 3. You can see in 1st picture , where I used 2 different light tubes, different between 2 lights.
Much better appreciation of color in the room I use the lights.
Perfect in every way, crisp colors, no heat from the bulb and the price is right. Thanks for making a great product and excellent customer service as well.
Great product as described and great service as well! No complaints and I’m very satisfied.
I use this light bulb to help when I am color matching yarn for oriental rug repair. I'm very satisfied and intend to purchase another.
An art club I'm in is considering new lighting for the club's studio. I had just heard about Waveform bulbs and ordered a few for comparison testing. Rather than just trust my eye I did some test shots of my Datacolor SpyderCHECKR and a page of red chips from the Munsell Big Book of Color. The methodology was simple: I manually set my camera's white balance to the bulb's color temperature and took the shot. I've attached a composite image, where the top of each swatch was lit by the studio's current CFL bulbs and the bottom of each swatch is from the NorthLux bulbs. The difference is clear.