After doing a bit of searching I am wondering, should I go with the absolute cheapest prices per bulb? Or should I pay a little more for bulbs with higher Rated Life?
Reason I ask is because they have dropped so much in past few years, now I can get decent bulbs from Home Depot & Lowes for about 2.50 a bulb. Although Lowes does have some even cheaper bulbs then that, but are rated for about 5,000 Hours. Which is short compared to other bulbs in the 10k - 25k hours range.
But since LEDs are dropping so much and are becoming more efficient in wattage, should I buy as cheap as possible so that when its time to buy again the prices will be better/ bulbs more efficient?
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