any idea of the Kelvin temperature of the light? I think 2700 is typical soft white…
Says 3000 now on the post.
~2700 is what most people are used to for incandescent. 3000 is too white for me…
Who is Energetic? And it is only a deal really if you want 3000K bulbs, you can get 2700K dimmable 6-packs from a better known company (who isn’t inflating their MSRP) at home depot online for less.
Sad how far down Woot! has slid since being taken over by Amazon. Who didn’t see that coming?
Well, the HD ones are $2 more expensive
Shipping is free at HD online for this item. Shipping costs $5 here.
Or, just buy 6 of them, and save even more money: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cree-60W-Equivalent-Soft-White-2700K-A19-Dimmable-LED-Light-Bulb-BA19-08027OMF-12DE26-2U100/204592770?N=5yc1vZbm79Z1z0vvrd
unless you’re already buying other stuff!
let’s agree to disagree
Yep, Costco always has these types of energy-saving bulbs at much better prices, and, if you watch the sales and clearance tables at Home Depot, you can also get some very good deals.
C’mon, Woot! You’re supposed to be the place to get really good deals.