Hi, I’ve personally installed hundreds of your LED lights and love them. People still seem a little unsure of LED lighting, but after installing your lights we’ve always had a really positive reaction. One question that keeps being asked by customers and general contractors we work for is, ARE THEY AVAILABLE IN 2700K? I thought I would take the time to email you and find out whether there are any plans to include a 2700k option in the future. One of the main concerns that our customers seem to have, especially those changing to LED for the first time, is whether the light will be warm enough. Although the 3000k achieves this in my opinion, some customers are still left wanting something a little “warmer”.
Thanks, M., Victoria BC”
Lotus LED Lights: We do not have plans to make them in 2700K. We think that this is too yellow.
It takes 1-2 days to get used to the 3000K and then most people will not want to go back to the 2700K.
M: Thank you for a quick response. I have the same opinion. I recently bought some 2700k LED bulbs for home and after putting them in I exchanged them for the 3000k the same day. I personally find the 3000k warm while still providing a really good quality light.