Generally, light bulbs range from a warm yellow
(2700K) to a cool (blue-ish) white (7000K).
By comparison, a typical incandescent bulb has a CCT of 2800K. A typical
halogen is a bit higher, maybe 3500K. Daylight white bulbs are generally around
4500K and a cool white fluorescent is 6000K or more.
Our Bee Green LED warm
white LEDs have a 3200K (+/- 10%) color temperature and our cool white LEDs are
6500K (+/-8%). This color has advanced
from prior technology and production – allowing for a brighter “warm” white and
a not as cold (blue) “cool” white. That
being stated, we have found most people will have a “color” preference based on
the purpose and type of fixture in which the bulb is to be installed. (“Warm”
white appears to be favored around wood and skin tones, while stainless steel,
blue tones and outside usage tend to follow the “cool” white requests).
Seeing is believing. In order to allow you the opportunity to
visually learn about our products, we offer a liberal return / exchange policy.
Our goal is your satisfaction.
cited – eleek.com – lamping comparison chart
for choosing Bee Green LED.