Energetic Lighting BR30 12W Dim 4 Pack

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Energetic Lighting BR30 12W Dim 4 Pack
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Meh. I’ll stick with Thinklux @ $8.99 a bulb shipped.

Where?

I see them for $9.99 unless you order 10 or more and $9.95 shipping on orders under $150 @ earthled.com.

Where / how are you getting 4-6 delivered at $9 ea.?

Anyone use these with dimmers? The first dimmable LED floods I got let off an uncomfortable whiter soft light and don’t dim steadily to darkness. I was waiting to find the right bulbs to replace ours completely.

If you buy a 10 pack they are 8.99 per bulb for a total of 89.90.

I need br40 in this brightness. Anyone know where I can get a good price on br40 with 750-800 lumens at 2700k color?

http://www.costco.com/Feit-BR40-LEDG2-Reflector-|-75W-Replacement-|-Uses-16W-|-1%2C065-Lumens-|-2%2C700K-Soft-White-|-25%2C000-Hours-|-4-Pack.product.100028842.html

Yeah, I said that, you have to buy at least 10. Also need to add $9.95 shipping because free shipping is not inc. on orders under $150. So 10 bulbs delivered would be $99.85, pretty much $10 ea.

So the answer to my question is you can not buy 4-6 bulbs for $8.99 ea. delivered. 4 would cost $49.91 delivered from them, $48.99 from this deal on Woot.

Replaced the 5 kitchen floods in our new (to us) house with LED floods from Walmart. We tried both the 2700K and the 5000K and picked the white 5000K light. They are 900 lumens and 10W. Wish I could find some 3000K-3500K lights at a decent price. Work ok, but not perfect with a non-LED Lutron dimmer. We actually have them set to about 80% for normal use since they are so bright.
For $6.88 each they were a great deal. This price might be part of the local utility instant rebate deal though.