Which LEDs Are Best for Vivid, Rich Colors?
Out of all the LED products in the market, many people look for which ones help bring out the best colors when they illuminate a space. FINDING a light bulb that casts a crisp, flattering glow can be complicated these days. The most advanced bulbs on the market—known as LED models—are kind of like the Tesla Roadster of the lighting world: eco-friendly, high-performance and loaded with dizzying options. While the light from early-gen LED bulbs could be pallid, the latest models from major manufacturers—like Cree, CREE +0.28% GE, Lighting Science (often sold under Home Depot's EcoSmart brand), Philips and Sylvania—are indistinguishable from a standard incandescent. They've also gotten brighter: You can now find models comparable to 100-watt incandescent bulbs. Prices have plummeted, too. Although at roughly $10 to $20 each, the average LED bulb is more expensive than an incandescent, you can get superlative light for that premium. Read the full story on the Wall Street Journal.