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Wink wink. On an orange filament led bulb package.

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Mar 09, 2017 at 06:32 PM Author: wattMaster
Is it the "Do not look directly into the light." part?

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Mar 09, 2017 at 07:48 PM Author: refridgedude1841
Looks like the write up for an HID not incandescent.
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Mar 09, 2017 at 08:12 PM Author: Silverliner
This is for color LED filament bulbs.

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Mar 09, 2017 at 08:47 PM Author: LART2014
"Do not look directly into the light." This warning reminds me of the phenomenon called "macular degeneration" . According to the ophthalmic medicine, LED light, especially the bluish white, has a property that attacks the retina, something not commented by the manufacturers of this type of lamp. Does it proceed? Have any of you guys heard of it?
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Mar 10, 2017 at 06:12 AM Author: rjluna2
I'll sum it up in one word:

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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Mar 10, 2017 at 06:54 AM Author: dor123
Any lamp type can cause eye damage when staring directly to it for prolonged time. This is true for incandescent/halogen, fluorescent, CFL, HID and LED.

I"m don't speak English well, and rely on online translating to write in this site.
Please forgive me if my choice of my words looks like offensive, while that isn't my intention.

I only working with the European date format (dd.mm.yyyy).

I lives in Israel, which is a 230-240V, 50hz country.

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Mar 11, 2017 at 12:41 AM Author: ricksbulbs
Retinal damage. I knew it all along, and LED's are gonna cause a plague of eye problems in the future. No blue light hazard, certain LED lovers here claim. I say PHOOEY, they are so full of crap it is coming out of their ears. This trash should be immediately outlawed, it is the worst thing in lighting to ever be developed. The New World Order in action--forcing us to this garbage, knowing full well they are a hazard. George Soros and the globalists are evil. LED's, pushed by NWO minions like GE, and Philips, are the embodiment of this kind of evil doing. Now power utilities are secretly jacking up rates if you use less power with LED's, I know people who went to 100% LED and their bill stayed the same or went UP. So it is the ultimate scam of the century, and certain people are stupid enough to get lured into the trap. I have a few LED items, I just got a LED edge-lit Hammond organs sign to hang over my beautiful, magnificent 1963 Hammond C-3 organ with a Leslie 122 speaker cabinet---a rock and roll ICON and a dream come true for me, but that sign is lit by blue LED's. I am seriously thinking of swapping them to red ones because the blue ones are a bad hazard to the eyes, and the fluoresce my corneas like BLB fluorescent black lights, and that drives me bonkers. I love the Hammond sign my nephew got me, but want to maybe change the color to a more innocuous one. Also, I am installing miniature fluorescent lamps, with genuine vintage USA made GE lamps, in the back of my organ for servicing it, manual preheat, using parts from parted out makeup mirrors, there are 3 F6T5, and one F8T5 and that cover the full length of the organ, all tandem end to end! 4 simple choke ballasts,too! And a friend is going to make me a 1/4" thick plexiglass back cover, a short one like a B-3 uses, giving me an open bottom on my normally closed bottom C-3, for that cool rock and roll look of the B-3, and allowing the audience full view of the internals of my organ while keeping them protected! Yes, I can light the fluorescents for more effect! should be quite bright in here with 4 preheat T-5 lamps! Go to you tube, search "Tom Petty The Waiting", throw on some good headphones, and look at the Hammond C-3 with a B-3 back cover, open on the bottom. This is what I am after. Enjoy the classic music, too! And the drummer plays the same cymbals I do--the best in the world---PAiSTe 2oo2! Check it out, and have a gander at that C-3 on a riser to the left of the drummer--it is identical to mine!
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Mar 11, 2017 at 12:59 AM Author: Silverliner
I honestly never seen this warning on any other light source.

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Mar 11, 2017 at 04:45 PM Author: Lumex120
"Do not look into the light with remaining eye."



Retinal damage. I knew it all along, and LED's are gonna cause a plague of eye problems in the future. No blue light hazard, certain LED lovers here claim. I say PHOOEY, they are so full of crap it is coming out of their ears. This trash should be immediately outlawed, it is the worst thing in lighting to ever be developed. The New World Order in action--forcing us to this garbage, knowing full well they are a hazard. George Soros and the globalists are evil. LED's, pushed by NWO minions like GE, and Philips, are the embodiment of this kind of evil doing. Now power utilities are secretly jacking up rates if you use less power with LED's, I know people who went to 100% LED and their bill stayed the same or went UP. So it is the ultimate scam of the century, and certain people are stupid enough to get lured into the trap. I have a few LED items, I just got a LED edge-lit Hammond organs sign to hang over my beautiful, magnificent 1963 Hammond C-3 organ with a Leslie 122 speaker cabinet---a rock and roll ICON and a dream come true for me, but that sign is lit by blue LED's. I am seriously thinking of swapping them to red ones because the blue ones are a bad hazard to the eyes, and the fluoresce my corneas like BLB fluorescent black lights, and that drives me bonkers. I love the Hammond sign my nephew got me, but want to maybe change the color to a more innocuous one. Also, I am installing miniature fluorescent lamps, with genuine vintage USA made GE lamps, in the back of my organ for servicing it, manual preheat, using parts from parted out makeup mirrors, there are 3 F6T5, and one F8T5 and that cover the full length of the organ, all tandem end to end! 4 simple choke ballasts,too! And a friend is going to make me a 1/4" thick plexiglass back cover, a short one like a B-3 uses, giving me an open bottom on my normally closed bottom C-3, for that cool rock and roll look of the B-3, and allowing the audience full view of the internals of my organ while keeping them protected! Yes, I can light the fluorescents for more effect! should be quite bright in here with 4 preheat T-5 lamps! Go to you tube, search "Tom Petty The Waiting", throw on some good headphones, and look at the Hammond C-3 with a B-3 back cover, open on the bottom. This is what I am after. Enjoy the classic music, too! And the drummer plays the same cymbals I do--the best in the world---PAiSTe 2oo2! Check it out, and have a gander at that C-3 on a riser to the left of the drummer--it is identical to mine!


I noticed that a lot of the new LED street lights around here really seem to hurt my eyes. Apparently I am not the only one to notice this, there was a news article about it a few days ago. The older LED lights around here didn't cause this, so I am not sure why the newer ones would.

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Mar 11, 2017 at 05:33 PM Author: Lodge

Any lamp type can cause eye damage when staring directly to it for prolonged time. This is true for incandescent/halogen, fluorescent, CFL, HID and LED.


And so can 100% natural sources of light, like the Sun, and people do it during solar eclipses all the time, Aug 21 2017 is the next major one..
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Mar 12, 2017 at 04:56 AM Author: dor123
The sun can cause eye damage if staring directly to it for a short time. However during a full solar eclipse, it isn't so much glaring. During the partial stage of the eclipse, people supposed to uses special filters that has been designed to view the sun, which blocks all the UV, but most people uses less safety filters, like X-rays films and smoked glass, which are less safe for watching the sun, since dedicated filters are much more expesive.

I"m don't speak English well, and rely on online translating to write in this site.
Please forgive me if my choice of my words looks like offensive, while that isn't my intention.

I only working with the European date format (dd.mm.yyyy).

I lives in Israel, which is a 230-240V, 50hz country.

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Oct 29, 2017 at 09:44 PM Author: HomeBrewLamps

And so can 100% natural sources of light, like the Sun, and people do it during solar eclipses all the time, Aug 21 2017 is the next major one..



Yeah one time i saw a fireflies a$$ light up.. now my left eye dont point straight, and my right one rolls like a pinball when i see the color yellow, Dont even get me started on those northern lights...

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