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I've always been a stickler about light quality. It's just one of the (many) things I will happily blame on my decorator mother, who exclusively used pale pink incandescent bulbs in my bedroom as a kid. (There's a reason why they're such a cult favorite.) Spare me anything that promises to make whites seem extra-bright or mimic real daylight; I just want a bulb that makes the room (and, preferably, the people in it) look pretty.

Naturally, that meant that the eventual transition to LEDs wasn't easy for me. (Don't even get me started on CFLs.) After a period of hoarding incandescents (I know, I know!), I finally decided to get on the energy-efficient train, and began testing out different kinds of LEDs. Inevitably, I'd be disappointed by the not-quite-right light they gave off—too cold, or bright, or dim, or just weird—and go in search of something better.

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Then, few years ago (and probably in the midst of a way-too-deep dive into light bulb reviews on Wirecutter or Consumer Reports), I ordered a pack of GE's Relax LED bulbs on Amazon. Part of the same HD product line as GE's "color-boosting" Reveal bulbs (which I'd always found slightly too harsh), the Relax bulbs promised similar color- and contrast-enhancing properties, but in a "warm, soft white" hue that's "perfect for comfortable moments and cozy spaces."

I swapped them in for the bulbs in my living room lamps and was pleasantly surprised. While most of the other warm-hued LEDs I'd tried were either still too blue or overcompensated with a slightly yellowish cast, the Reveal bulbs were a near-dupe for classic soft white incandescents—warm, but in a flattering, non-yellowy way. Since then, they've become the only type of bulb I'll use in my apartment. While GE recommends using them specifically in bedrooms, family rooms and dining rooms and saving the more "energizing" Reveal bulbs for kitchens and baths, I use the Relax version literally everywhere. (I mean, I want to be relaxed in the kitchen, too!)

So what makes the Reveal bulbs so good? First of all, there's the color temperature. The temperature of light is measured in kelvins; the lower the number, the warmer the light, and vice versa. The EPA sorts LED bulbs into three color categories: soft white (a.k.a. warm white, 2200K–3000K), bright white (or cool white, 3500K–4100K), and daylight (5000K–6000K). The Relax bulbs clock in at 2700K—a nice glow, but not quite amber.

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Then there's the CRI—or color rendering index—part of the equation. CRI measures the accuracy of artificial lighting, with the maximum CRI of 100 being equivalent to a classic incandescent bulb. Those super-unflattering florescent lights in your office likely have a CRI in the 60s or 70s; most LED bulbs currently on the market are in the 80s. All of GE's HD bulbs, though, are in the 90 range, with the Relax bulbs at a CRI of 92.

What does that mean? GE Lighting senior product manager Preston Render likens the company's high-CRI lighting to watching a TV show in HD. "They offer greater color contrast and boldness over the average bulb, so the colors and features in every room can look even better," he explains. "Lower-quality products typically have a whiter/bluer color, so they don't do a very good job representing the color they shine on."

All of this is to say that my evangelizing for GE Relax bulbs isn't based solely on personal preference—there's some actual science to back it up! And did I mention they're cheap, too? A pack of four on Amazon will set you back around $9, or $2.25 a pop, which is pretty good for a bulb that comes with a 5-year warranty.

Oh, and one last thing: No matter how good your bulbs are, there's nothing worse than an overly-lit room, so please, for the love of God, put your lamps on dimmers (it's not that hard, I promise).

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Walmart Great Value 10W LED Light Bulb (60W Equivalent) review: Brightness to spare with Walmart's low-cost LEDs

One of those low-cost options can be found on the shelf at Walmart. Sold under the "Great Value" brand name, the bulb is a dimmable 60W replacement that costs just $4.88 a piece. At that price, the dimmable bit is perhaps its strongest selling point -- comparable low-cost options like the Philips 60W Replacement LED and the GE Bright Stik LED won't dim at all. The Walmart LED is also noticeably brighter than those two, and it promises a longer lifespan of 25,000 hours.

That's enough for me to call this bulb a good purchase, but it isn't a perfect one. Yes, it dims, but it doesn't dim particularly well, and failed to go much lower than 20 percent brightness on any of the dimmers I tested it with (ideally, you want a bulb that'll hit 10 percent or lower). It also flickered a fair amount at those lowest settings, which might be another deal breaker if you like the lights down low. Walmart's LED deserves consideration alongside Philips and GE in that bargain-priced tier, but for smooth, satisfying dimming performance, I'd rather spend a few extra bucks on a bulb like the Osram 60W Replacement LED.

Design and specs

Walmart's Great Value line of LEDs are actually manufactured by TCP, a brand that's impressed us in the past. I was impressed again as I started testing out the dimmable 60W replacement Great Value bulb. With 874 lumens to its name, it's officially the brightest 60W replacement bulb I've tested. The 5,000 K daylight version of the bulb does even better, coming in 100 lumens brighter and putting it closer to 75W replacement territory than 60W.

You get that brightness from a power draw of 10 watts. That's the same as GE Bright Stik and the Ikea Ledare LEDs, but obviously more efficient than either of those two because you're getting more brightness for the power draw -- roughly 87 lumens per watt. The only low-cost LED that beats it in efficiency is the Philips 60W Replacement LED, which also costs $5. That bulb puts out 821 lumens from a power draw of 8.5 watts, giving you nearly 100 lumens per watt.

Walmart's Great Value LED vs. the competition

Walmart Great Value 60W Replacement LEDGE Bright Stik LEDPhilips 60W Replacement LEDIkea Ledare LED (frosted)Cree 4Flow LED
Lumens (measured / stated)874 / 800786 / 760821 / 800658 / 600777 / 815
Watts10108.51010
Efficiency (lumens per watt)8779976078
Yearly energy cost (3 hr. per day @ .11 kWh)$1.20 $1.20 $1.02 $1.20 $1.20
Color temperature (measured / stated) 2,779 K / 2,700 K2,830 K / 2,850 K2,701 K / 2,700 K2,632 K / 2,700 K2,619 K / 2,700 K
Color rendering index8281808883
Dimmable (measured range)Yes (19.9 - 100%)No (N/A)No (N/A)Yes (6.3 - 100%)Yes (6.1 - 100%)
Dimmer switch flicker/buzzLightN/AN/ANoneLight
Lifespan25,000 hours15,000 hours11,000 hours25,000 hours30,000 hours
Weight2.90 oz.1.60 oz.1.80 oz.4.10 oz.1.90 oz.
Warranty3 years5 years3 yearsnone5 years
Price$5 $10 (3-pack)$5 $5 $8

Designwise, the bulb is simple and inoffensive looking, sticking to the safe side of LED aesthetics. It's an omnidirectional bulb, which means that it puts light out in all directions. That makes it a good pick for most general lighting needs, and suitable for something like a bedside reading lamp, where downward cast light is especially important.

The bulb also claims a lifespan of 25,000 hours -- well over 20 years if you're using it for an average of three hours a day. That's better than you'll get with most of the LEDs you'll find priced at 5 dollars or less. The Philips 60W Replacement LED only promises 15,000 hours, for instance, while the GE Bright Stik offers even less at 11,000 hours.

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Walmart backs the longevity claims with a three-year warranty for each bulb. That offers plenty of buying reassurance, given that it'll pay for itself in less than a year if you're upgrading from an incandescent. Other options do slightly better, though -- you get five years of coverage with the Cree 4Flow LED and the Philips 60W Replacement LED.

Something else worth noting: you'll want to be careful when you're making your purchase, as Walmart offers multiple versions of this bulb with confusingly similar packaging. Different color temperatures aren't color-coded using traditional orange and blue hues, and it's also easy to mistake the dimmable and non-dimmable versions. Make sure you double-check the packaging before ringing up.

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Performance

As said before, the Walmart LED boasts an impressive level of brightness, and puts out more light than any other 60W replacement bulb we've tested. That's especially true with the daylight version of the bulb, which puts out 974 lumens -- closer to the 1,100 lumen benchmark for 75W bulbs than the 800-lumen benchmark for 60W ones. If brightness is what matters most to you, then it's an obvious pick.

I was also happy with how each version of the bulb handles heat. LED light bulbs will see a gradual, imperceptible dip in brightness over the first 90 minutes or so of use. This is because of the heat that they produce -- just like with your phone or your laptop, performance decreases as heat increases.

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LEDs typically use heat sinks, convection vents, or special designs to help compensate for heat buildup, and as whatever method the bulb uses kicks in to counteract the heat, the light bulb will hit what's called a "steady state," the level at which the brightness stops dipping. This steady state is where bulbs are rated for brightness, and where we measure them as well, so you don't have to worry about getting shortchanged on lumens due to heat buildup.

A bulb that manages heat well will hit that steady state in quick fashion, and it also won't lose too much of its initial brightness. I look for bulbs that hit their steady state in less than an hour, and ones that lose less than 10 percent of the initial brightness recorded when we first turn them on.

In the Walmart LED's case, both the soft white and daylight versions of the bulb leveled out after about 50 minutes, and in that time, both lost about 12 percent of their initial brightness. That's a solid B+ in my book, and good enough to say that you could probably get away with using these bulbs in an enclosed fixture that traps in heat without worrying about too significant a decline in brightness or longevity.

I was less impressed, however, with the bulb's dimming performance. Neither version of the bulb that I tested was able to dim much lower than 20 percent on any of the dimmer switches I tested them on, which is not a good result. Ideally, a dimmable bulb should be able to get down below 10 percent, and preferably below 5.

Another problem: both of the bulbs flickered at those low settings. It was most noticeable with an older, rotary-style dimmer designed for incandescents, but it happened on a newer, LED-compatible Leviton slide dimmer, too. In fairness, it was barely noticeable on two of the other slide dimmers I tested, so your mileage definitely may vary depending on what hardware you've got hardwired into your home. For my money, though, I'd rather go out with a dimmable bulb that didn't flicker on any of our test switches -- the $10 Osram 60W Replacement LED comes to mind as a good example.

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The verdict

It's hard to find much fault with a functional 60W replacement LED that costs less than $5, especially one that offers as much brightness as the Walmart Great Value LED. That puts it right up there with the Philips 60W Replacement LED and the GE Bright Stik LED as a top LED value pick in the $5-or-less price tier.

The Walmart LED is dimmable whereas those other two are not, but I'm not sure that it's worth using with a dimmer switch at all, given that it doesn't dim very low and flickers at the lowest settings. For basic lighting needs, it's a great pick, but if you like the lights down low, I'd recommend spending a couple of extra bucks on a bulb that performs a little better.

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