I have to admit I was a little skeptical that there could be a change without spending an arm and a leg - and we all know, unless you have had a big windfall (like winning the lottery) nobody I know, including me has any extra money sitting around waiting to be spent on redecorating!
I thought I would do something a little different to test this bulb. Here is the family "reading" chair in the middle of the day when the room is "flooded" with natural light. It's also the TV chair and the comfy recliner that has put more people to sleep, it does look soft and comfy doesn't it? .. but that's another story.
Here is a picture of that same chair in the late afternoon / early evening with a 60 watt soft white bulb. Does it seem like the chair is sitting in a "hazy" living room?
And here is that same chair with the Reveal Bulb that I was provided with for this review.
The area that is lit up with this bulb, without appearing to be harshly lit is much larger than either the 60 or 100 watt bulbs. I am thinking that this will make a great (ok greater) reading chair because the lighting will be easier on the eyes.
I also like that the bulb, although equivalent to a 75W incandescent bulb it only uses 53W (less than the 60 watt bulb I usually use in lamps). It uses 28% LESS energy to give a cleaner light. I am sold. I will be looking for more of these bulbs for sure when I need to replace "blown out" bulbs (you know that never ending saga??).
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I was provided with a FREE box of 4 Reveal Bulbs for my review, but the opinions stated here are mine alone, and not effected by the product provided.