Amazon also has 6-Pack 60W Equivalent TCP Daylight A19 Non-Dimmable LED Light Bulbs (5000K) on sale for $23.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more.
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Available at Amazon or Home Depot
As usual, you can get free shipping with Amazon Prime, or spend $35 or more.
At Home depot you can get free ship to store, or also free shipping if you spend $45 or more.
I got two 6-packs from HomeDepot plus 1% from that e bates place...
Lowest price yet. Enjoy!
For those who keep asking... this is a good deal because they are NOT the cheap 2700K Philips or Utilitech bulbs. If you want those cheap bulbs, then buy them. I bought some Utilitech ones and they are good/great for the money, but they are not these 5000K TCP bulbs with 900 lumens and rated for 20,000 hours.
Opinion 2: 2700K bulbs are not inherently cheaper than 5K, other than that 5K is a niche product generally used only in garages and makeup lights as the light is considered very harsh on the eyes and is good at showing flaws. I would highly recommend looking at such a very cool light source in person first, before putting something like 5K bulbs in your home.
Quote :2700-3500K: Lights with color temperatures between 2700K-3500K are considered “warm.” OR="Red"]Warm light is standard in most homes[/COLOR] because it strengthens the reds, oranges, and yellows commonly used in residential color schemes. Warm light is often used in bedrooms or living areas to create a cozy atmosphere since it's softer and easier on the eyes than bright, cool-toned light. It is also often used for general lighting because people tend to look better in warmer-toned light. If you've noticed that more of your flaws show in your bathroom mirror than your bedroom mirror, it's because many homes have cooler lighting installed in the bathroom.
4000-4500K: Although warm light is the norm, some people prefer cooler light in their homes. Cool light (4000K-4500K) is more common in homes decorated in blues, greens, whites, or other calm hues that higher color temperatures tend to accentuate. In contrast to warm light, cool light creates an energizing and refreshing mood - the reason many people prefer it in studies or home offices. As mentioned before, cool white light makes imperfections and color variations between objects more apparent. While this may not always be ideal, it is useful for applications like makeup lighting or even general lighting in rooms where cleanliness is imperative.
4500K+: Technically speaking, full spectrum light is still classified as cool light, although it is another grade cooler than most lighting used in the home. Meant to simulate the color temperature of a bright sunny day, full spectrum light is a bright, white light that appears almost blue in color. Full spectrum light is often described as being harsh on the eyes, so it is not often used residentially.