Tenergy 9W LED (60W Equivalent) A19 Bulbs, 32-Pack

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Tenergy 9W LED (60W Equivalent) A19 Bulbs, 32-Pack
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Same thing on Amazon here:

43.68$ for the pack there, 4.5 stars (four reviews).

But do they dim? Many don’t.
Sorry, too distracted to read the specs.
No, they don’t.

$1 each at local thrift store and no need to find the space to store all these bulbs.

Link? These are less than $1 each.

Its 110 or 220 volts? Im outside Usa

I would assume 110v.

Specs say… 2700K or 5000K in color and this is a big difference. 2700K is what i grew up with an accept nothing more so…i’m out.

This is the normal price at Home Depot for a bulk pack of led lights. No deal here.

It’s a choice not a gamble…

Since the 5000K bulbs were already showing grayed out (not available) at 1AM, what is your problem?? they actually ONLY had the 2700k you wanted…

For those saying that they can buy LED bulbs for less, note that some municipals and/or energy companies have subsidized them so your price isn’t the same as elsewhere.

For example:


Are these suitable for fully enclosed fixtures?

On Amazon, the manufacturer notes:

So long as the fixture isn’t air tight, it should be fine.

Rowdy crowd today.


Ha! Who knew lightbulbs would get people going???

umm - it looks like you get to choose one or the other - either 2700K (standard, slightly yellowish look (normal incandescent) ) or 5000k (bright white, aka daylight bulbs)

Any clue how many lumins?

It’s in the specs.