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

Fast_Larry 324 February 22, 2014 at 05:12 PM in Online Only (4) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 02-22-2014 at 07:32 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 07:22 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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#136
Quote from rbryant80fiat View Post :
Costco also had a 3 pack for $17 regular price in their store, so prices are dropping.
Did Costco carry the same TCP brand or was it the Feit brand light bulbs? I will check out my local Costco to see if they carry a 3 pack of LEDs.
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LED's in basement 24/7 to keep the spiders out.
Spiders help control the population of other insects.
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if you live in Nevada, the power company is offering an instant rebate for many LEDs. so at Costco a 3 bulb pack for 40w (uses 7.5w) for $10. has 500 lumens, 3000k, and comes with a 3 yr warranty. I got a 3-pack, going to get a lot more now.
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Quote from higaredar View Post :
I have YET to have a CFL last 20 years, much less more than a year or two AT THE MOST!
I still have (8) CFL's in my home that were installed back in 1998.
Still working fine.
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I have YET to have a CFL last 20 years, much less more than a year or two AT THE MOST!
I don't now where you are getting 20 years for one cfl. But they should last 8000 hours according to the benchmarks they are given and if they are on 4 hours per day that is 10 years and 2 times 10 = 20 years which is the life of the led bulb...
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Quote from okiejay1 View Post :
What state are you finding the deals on the BR30 LEDs?

Any sku or brand information?
Philips and cree for Homedepot, greenlite for lowes.
That, plus a 10% coupon.

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I don't now where you are getting 20 years for one cfl. But they should last 8000 hours according to the benchmarks they are given and if they are on 4 hours per day that is 10 years and 2 times 10 = 20 years which is the life of the led bulb...
My CFL's lasted 2 years of constant use.
3 yrs without constant use.
They make a popping sound when they fail and start smoking Mad It scared me when many started failing at once.
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OP here, got the bulbs today and tried them out. Very well packed, came sooner than I expected. Well done Home Depot.

These bulbs are fairly omnidirectional, not much different there than CFLs. The overall size of these bulbs is almost exactly the same as the smallest 40w eq. CFLs I have. They will fit in all the fans and lights in my house that take standard size bulbs.

The color is indeed a nice warm 2700k, but not too warm like many of our aging CFLs.

The surprise for me is how bright they are. I think LED wattage equivalents are underrated. These bulbs match in brightness (and also color) only one type of the many CFLs I have: the really big 23w (100w equivalent) CFLs!

I measured actual power usage with a kill-a-watt device. Once they warm up they use about 9.6 watts. By comparison the 23w CFL bulbs that matched most closely in brightness (and color) used 23.6 watts.

So overall this works for me.

I want to mention another thread I feel should be getting more attention. Staples has 6w LED on sale 2/$10, then a coupon for 20% off good through 3/1. I got 10 of those. They are whiter 3000k and at 500 lumens are plenty bright enough for many spaces. They are a great light for some halls, laundry room, some bathrooms, and porches. I think they are as good a deal as the bulbs in this thread and am mystified why that thread is not get more attention. Search on Staples LED bulb.
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#143
I just installed some hanging lamps over my kitchen island. I put in the 10w TCp LEDS. After 40 min, one started blinking (approx. 2 cycles/sec.) When I removed it, I almost burnt my fingers on the metal shroud of the bulb. I'm returning all three. I also noticed the lettering on the bulb says 11w. Should these be getting hot enough to burn? I replaced them with "Collection" LED 6W.
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Spiders help control the population of other insects.
Then what keeps spiders in check?
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