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  1. Quick and easy power saving replacement 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Oct 2019

    These bulbs do the trick and look great. Easy to swap out, and the warm white colour is a nice match for the passenger cars. They save a ton of track power, especially for long trains that have multiple bulbs in each car.

  2. 120 Degree LED'S 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Jun 2019

    The 120 degree LED is moving in the right direction. It is a definite improvement over other replacement LED's but still needs more improvement. 120 degree light displacement is better but it needs to get much closer to 180 degrees to be a truly great product.

  3. LED Replacement for light bulb 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Apr 2018

    All LEDs worked and used a fraction of the power the old bulbs used. I would have given 5 stars if they were cheaper.

  4. Good, but not in vibration 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Jun 2017

    These work well, but I find they do not survive under vibration or shock. Example used in the rotating search light car that is driven by a vibrating magnetic coil the light failed within a minute. I tried 3 bulbs and then abandoned using them in this case.

  5. Gettin' better 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Dec 2016

    I think the LED alternative for replacement bulbs in passenger cars is almost to the level they need to be. The color is still a bit too cool. I would like to see them more to the warm side like tungsten. The brightness is a bit too low for me. But i thing some of that is because of the narrower beam of light they put out. The observation cars seem brighter since the light signs up through the window on top. Keep up the good work.

  6. Best LED yet for passanger cars 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Jan 2016

    I put two 027 passenger cars on the track, one with the traditional bulbs and one with the 120www. While the strength of the illumination is not quite the same, it is better than anything I have tried to date in my quest to have only LEDs on my layout.

    There was a project in a train magazine not long ago involving a constant voltage converter one could make with inexpensive parts from Janeco Electronics and a dirt cheap 300 bulb, divisible roll of LEDS (Amazon) that works better than anything I have seen for buildings. It also is excellent for passenger cars (cut off 6 bulbs) but I don't want to put together the circuit board for each car or have wires running through the cars to do it once for the whole train. The voltage regulator on the board also has a heat component.

    So far, yours is the best solution.

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