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3-Pack Philips 300 Lumens 2700K LED Light Bulbs (Candelabra Base)

pkcheng55 424 413 November 30, 2015 at 09:56 PM in Lighting (3) More Home Depot Deals
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Home Depot.com has 3-Pack Philips 300 Lumens 2700K LED Light Bulbs (Candelabra Base) on sale for $9.97. Choose Store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks pkcheng55 & sleepers123 [discuss]
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Edited December 1, 2015 at 10:09 AM by cricket702
Home depot has it for $9.97. Also, it is dimmable and instant on to full brightness. Here is the link:


http://www.homedepot.com/p/Philip.../206404953

Amazon is selling it at $21.97.
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Last Edited by tr00p_ December 3, 2015 at 12:42 PM
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The description here, and at Home Depot's website says "fully dimmable". This is not true. I bought a pack. The pack clearly says "non-dimmable", and also says this in the second photo on Home Depot's website. And I tested it 20 minutes ago on my dimmable chandelier. These candles are NOT DIMMABLE.
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I'm holding out for the widespread introduction of UL-certified filament LED bulbs, which are already readily available in Asia and Europe.

This Philips bulb has an energy efficiency of about 67 lumens/watt. Whereas, filament LEDs are approaching twice that, with the better ones just under 130 lumens/watt. They are also far more attractive closely resembling incandescent bulbs in appearance. With lower heat dissipation requirements, they tend to have less bulky bases to boot.

More info here [greenbuildingadvisor.com].

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led dimmable lights need a dimmer rated for led dimmable lights else a dimmer rated for incandescent lights will just sort of work. you will have to turn the dimmer on at least 50% to get the led dimmable light to come on and the led dimmable light will turn off if you dim down to 30% or less. the reason is with led lights there isnt as big of load as there is with incandescent lights.
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Great deal, thanks
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Is this dimmable or not? In the description, it says "Fully dimmable". However, on the package, it says "Non Dimmable".

Thanks in advance.
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Philips 458711 are NON-Dimmable. I'm hoping for a good deal on dimmable candelabras from a reputable maker.
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Beware, description shows dimmable but the picture of the box states non-dimmable. Was about to jump but I need to be sure.
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Great deal.. have been looking for this one for half a year! Thanks!
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I'm holding out for the widespread introduction of UL-certified filament LED bulbs, which are already readily available in Asia and Europe.

This Philips bulb has an energy efficiency of about 67 lumens/watt. Whereas, filament LEDs are approaching twice that, with the better ones just under 130 lumens/watt. They are also far more attractive closely resembling incandescent bulbs in appearance. With lower heat dissipation requirements, they tend to have less bulky bases to boot.

More info here [greenbuildingadvisor.com].

Bob Dylan is living in China and selling filament LEDs [aliexpress.com]! Stick Out Tongue
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Want to get these for a ceiling fan, but I can't find any remote controls that specifically work with dimming LEDs. Any suggestions?
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can theses be used for chandelier?
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40w? not enought to lite up a room is it? I had the 5000k LED candalabra from SD awhile back, not bright enough
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Good find. Ordered two boxes to use in one of these lamps I ordered a month or two ago: http://www.homedepot.com/p/ORE-In.../202977773 . The bulbs should pay for themselves in energy savings in less than a year. Just hope the light dispersal works considering they're exposed and sideways...
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