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3-pack TCP A19 2700K 10W (60W Equivalent) LED Bulbs EXPIRED

Fast_Larry 324 February 22, 2014 at 04:12 PM in Online Only (4) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 02-22-2014 at 06:32 PM View Original Post
Home Depot has 3-pack TCP A19 2700K 10W (60W Equivalent) LED Bulbs for $20 + free shipping. Thanks Fast_Larry

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Edited February 22, 2014 at 06:22 PM by DeividdoSama
Very good deal for this bulb. I've been waiting for it to go on sale. Looks like today only. better than the deal in January where this 3-pack was $23.99.

2700K warm/soft white, 800 lumens, A19 standard bulb shape, fairly omnidirectional light pattern so these would work better in lamps than the Home Depot ecoSmart 40w bulbs which work well in ceiling fixtures and downward pointing bathroom lamps.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/TCP-60.../204499229

Normally this 3-pack sells for $29.99 so this is 30% off.
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How yellow are these at 2700k?
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I have not tried this brand yet, and it seems that there are differences brand to brand. I have the 2700K ecoSmart LEDs (6w), and really like the color of those. It is a very warm white and makes our home, flooring, and furniture look very nice and more expensive than the 3000k lights. It only looks slightly yellowish to me where there are some whiter lights (3000K) or other bulb types in an adjoining space. (we have some 3000k LED GU10 track lights in one room).

The color of these is similar to and quite compatible with warm CFLs, but I definitely find these richer and nicer looking than CFLs. For some reason CFLs just don't ever seem 'natural' to me, there must be something odd in their spectral profile.

I think the 3000k lights are ok and also work, but I find them a bit too 'white' for my liking, more like being in a hospital or a lab. They don't seem to give the space the warmth I prefer with the 2700k LEDs.
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Best Home Depot bulbs I've seen (in fact best I've seen anywhere for LED) is their 'CREE' bulbs. Outstanding bulbs, and price is around $10 or less each. I've got a few now and am switching all my CFL lights over to those new CREE bulbs that HD sells.
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Quote from xpfshost View Post :
Best Home Depot bulbs I've seen (in fact best I've seen anywhere for LED) is their 'CREE' bulbs. Outstanding bulbs, and price is around $10 or less each. I've got a few now and am switching all my CFL lights over to those new CREE bulbs that HD sells.
Have you tried the TCPs? If so, what was your impression? It's hard to tell which ones really are better without trying them out yourself.

I have only tried the Home Depot EcoSmart 2700k and 3000k ones, and Lowe's brighter Utilitech 3000k ones.

I am happy with all of them, but the Lowes are VERY pure white, almost a harsh light, but in certain spaces with a lot of warm colors they seem to be OK.
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Dim-able?
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i have 3 set of the TCP Connected smart LED bulb, easy to install and cheap, but one of the bulb start leaking greasy thing, i don't know what it is -__- I took them all off worry about shorting my circuit, if you look at them, they are really flimsy
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although a good price the prices are dropping so quick I can wait until summer!
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Dim-able?
It is not dimable according the product spec. Read it below Smilie. One advise, never brought a dimable LED light bulb, i got tired of it waiting to get bright enough lol.


PRODUCT OVERVIEW

The 10-Watt (60W) Daylight LED A19 Light Bulb (3-Pack) is a perfect energy saving replacement to the traditional incandescent light bulb. In fact, these bulbs provide just as much light as a 60 watt incandescent bulb while only using 10 watts of electricity. The estimated cost of operation is only $1.20 a year.

Brightness: 800 lumens
Estimated Yearly Energy Cost: $1.20 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11¢/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use)
Life: 22.8 years (Based on 3 hrs/day)
Light Appearance: 2700K (Soft White)
Energy Used: 10-watts (equivalent to a 60-watt standard incandescent light bulb)
Lumens per Watt: 80
Contains Mercury: N
Uses 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
Lighting application: Indoor/Outdoor Enclosed; Ideal for use in table lamps, sconces, ceiling mount fixtures and other general lighting applications
A19 shape with a medium base
Dimmable: N
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Quote from raisinskl View Post :
It is not dimable according the product spec. Read it below Smilie. One advise, never brought a dimable LED light bulb, i got tired of it waiting to get bright enough lol.
You're thinking of a CFL. LEDs are at full brightness immediately. It's the same crap powering your monitor.
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You're thinking of a CFL. LEDs are at full brightness immediately. It's the same crap powering your monitor.
not all, try the "collection LED" from newegg, they have 1 to 2 second delay
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Quote from Trolololo View Post :
i have 3 set of the TCP Connected smart LED bulb, easy to install and cheap, but one of the bulb start leaking greasy thing, i don't know what it is -__- I took them all off worry about shorting my circuit, if you look at them, they are really flimsy
My TCP Connected smart bulbs were awesome... up until a few weeks ago. One bulb started not auto turning on, then the second stopped. Apparently, the gateway can no longer connect to the bulbs. Lasted about a month and a half.


I might mess with it later, but I've disconnected them and just put an old fashion timer to Cree LED bulbs. Way more reliable.
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Quote from Fast_Larry View Post :
Have you tried the TCPs? If so, what was your impression? It's hard to tell which ones really are better without trying them out yourself.

I have only tried the Home Depot EcoSmart 2700k and 3000k ones, and Lowe's brighter Utilitech 3000k ones.

I am happy with all of them, but the Lowes are VERY pure white, almost a harsh light, but in certain spaces with a lot of warm colors they seem to be OK.
I haven't tried the TCP brand bulbs nor the EcoSmart. The CREEs are incredibly close to the light output from a regular incandescent bulb, though. The shape also allows for a little more 'light throw' from the bulb, since it's shape is so close to that of the incandescent. I'm very picky about my lights, but I'm extremely happy with the CREE bulbs. Slowly phasing them in as I get money to buy them. A couple/few a month. So far, they're reliable and are amazing at producing alot of light...whether it's soft-white or daylight.
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