Sorry for the delay. Had other more pressing matters.
Well, I will show you the pics I took. I tried to show them side by side so you could see the difference. First a pic showing the difference between the two products:
To the left is the old sensibulb, to the right is the new one. THe new bulb has a single LED, the old has two.
Now to the difference. This first pic is a sensibulb compared to a halogen. THis is the new sensibulb. The sensibulb is to the right. Now please understand that it is hard to show color like this in a picture... it was the best I could do.
THis next pic is a pic of the new Sensibulb against the old sensibulb. The new sensibulb is to the right.
To me, at least in person, there is a distinct difference. It is harder to show it in a picture. Sorry. But maybe you can see what I am talking about? Also, when it reflects against the wood or other shiny surfaces, it becomes more apparent. If it reflects against dull sirfaces, it becomes less apparent. Because all of our wood is glossy, it may be more apparent in our boat than other boats.
Now, I want to say several things in all fairness. First, this is MY (and my wife and kids) opinions. You may not think this looks blue at all. You may put this bulb in your boat and think it looks green or pink. I am not being a smart A, I am simply saying that all of our eyes are different and we may see colors differently. But to us, on our boat, it is BLUE. Not white. Not yellow. It is BLUE.
Second, and this may be more important, I think this BLUE is much more apparent when it is mixed. I did not want to go out and spend hundreds of dollars on LED's and pull out perfectly fine Halogens. So I am replacing them one at a time as the halogens burn out. When I mixed the old Sensibulbs and the halogens, I could not tell any difference. When I mixed the new Sensibulbs and Halogens (and against the old sensibulbs) there was a sharp contrast. As such, for anyone that is planning on pulling out all their LED's and replacing them all at the same time, you may not notice a big difference. MAY NOT NOTICE.... I must say again. We tried simply putting the new ones in our center lights and we still felt it was blue... but not quite as noticeable as when the other lights are on.
SO there you go. I hope this helps. I still think Sensibulb makes a superior products, but I doubt I will be investing in them any more and will save my money until I can find more yellow bulbs or I will stick with halogens because I do not like blue. It looks too much like a flourescent to me (us).