LED Light Bulbs - Your Choice

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LED Light Bulbs - Your Choice
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$26.99 New Egg third party retailer ($27.99 here, but again the debate of if it’s fair to compare a third party retailer) for the A19 800 3000k 6-pack. The point is more for the few non-delivery reviews mainly saying so far, so good, and get used to the brief delay to turn on:


Also only a few reviews at Amazon sold from third party retailer for $46.50 w/similar “we like it, get used to the delay” comments
http://www.amazon.com/Energetic-Lighting-Equivalent-6-Pack-Lumens/dp/B00O83C79M

These are completely and totally lame. How about some 100 and 150 watt equivalents? You know, actually get some LIGHT when you buy a LIGHT bulb?! I want to be able to actually SEE how much energy I am saving.

You can now purchase 2 pack, 60 watt equivalent LED’s for $4 @ Lowes!!!
That’s $2 a bulb folks.!

Was in Lowes yesterday and they dropped the prices of their bulbs even further. The 2-pack 40 watt eq. are ~$2.50 and the 60 watt eq. are ~$3.50.

3000k is close to a white light. 2700k is slightly yellow and the closest to an incandescent bulb. 5000k is a bluish white.

Thanks for that. I’m guessing that’s why the 5000K are more expensive even at less lumens?

For dimmable? Do you have a link? I can’t find any 60W dimmable for less than $5

So you want a 150 equiv bulb…that you can dim?

Anyone knows what’s the CRI on those ?

Daylight is around 5600K, but people have gotten used to warmer light indoors because that’s all there was.
Tv sets are even higher 6000-10,000K.

I’ve used some Walmart and Lowes (Utilitech) bulbs. The Walmart bulbs have been great and seem to be better with the light distribution than the Utilitech. I had 3-60W equivalent bulbs in the kitchen table fixture from the ceiling and had to go with a 40W because they were so bright. I’ve replaced equal (wattage equivalent) CFL bulbs and the LED’s are brighter.
These bulbs keep popping up, but not a deal when I can get bulbs (that work perfect for me) locally for less.

I myself am still a fan of the candle.

the ones at lowes at that price point are rated for less than 5 years of life and are non-dimmable… the Osi\sylvanias are dimmable and have a rated life of 22+ years … not comparable bulbs

Lowes’ price (like any bought locally) is dependent upon government incentives in your state.

So this may or may not be a good deal for you.

The other thing about LED bulbs that takes some getting used to is that they take a few minutes to come to full brightness, at least the ones I’ve installed thus far. I assume these are the same. It’s occasionally a mild annoyance but not a huge deal.

I think I’ll bite on this one.

If you are searching WOOT! for earlier offering from Energetic, you will be making a risky purchase to buy these.

I have tried repeatedly to get them to honor their warranty and they will not even return a call nor correspondence. HORRIBLE customer service. DO NOT BUY THESE