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LED Bulb – Day Light. Warm White. What’s The Difference?

Lights…We turn them on and turn them off, then we forget about them and mind our own business. Somehow they are just there and as long as they work fine, they are the little ghosts that are present, but are unseen and uncared for, but color them too bright or ‘insert the wrong color temperature for the job here’, then things suddenly become personal and we start to complain how they harm our productivity. As much as daylight and warm white are labeled into the LED Bulb’s packaging, they are there for something. Each color has a function and could possibly define the mood of the environment.


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The three primary types of color temperature for light bulbs are: Warm White / Soft White (2700K – 3000K), Bright White/Cool White (3500K – 4100K), and Daylight (5000K – 6500K). The higher the temperature, the closer it gets to the “cool” bluish color, the lower the temperature, it turns into the more “warmer” yellowish color.

Day Light – The Light of Daily Busy People.

As implied by the word ‘day light’, day light LED Bulbs mimics the light of the day. GoalStar DayLight LED Bulb is an example of such. It is the type of bulb that is most commonly used. It is suited for workshops, schools, offices, garages, study room and work related areas because it helps boost concentration.

Warm White – The One You Use if You Want to Relax

Warm white is similar to the light standard incandescent lamps emit, thus the word “warm”. As most people reported, these lights makes them feel relaxed. It is the type of light you find in some classy hotels, spas and restaurants. They are best installed in your living room and bedroom for a nice cozy feel. GoalStar Warm White LED Bulb is an example of such.

So in short, if you need concentration, use day light, otherwise relax yourself using warm white.

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