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4-Pack Philips 60W Equivalent Daylight A19 LED Light Bulbs

TofuVic 14,526 17,519 April 9, 2016 at 02:42 PM in Lighting (3) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 04-10-2016 by SubZero5 at 12:57 AM View Original Post
Home Depot has 4-Pack Philips 60W Equivalent Daylight A19 LED Light Bulbs (460329) for $10.97. Select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks TofuVic

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

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Written by SubZero5

  • Brightness: 800 Lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $0.96 (based on 3 hours/day, 11 cent/kWh, cost depend on rates and use)
  • Life hours: 10000 hours (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 5000K (daylight)
  • Energy used: 8-Watt (equivalent to a 60-Watt standard incandescent light bulb)

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Edited April 9, 2016 at 10:31 PM by johnny_miller
Hello, I hope you are doing well.

HomeDepot.com has 4-Pack of Philips 60W-Equivalent Daylight A19 LED Non-Dimmable Light Bulb for $10.97 with free in-store pickup. Shipping is free with a $45+ order.

Direct link to deal at HomeDepot.com [homedepot.com]

Author's Notes
  • This comes out to be $2.74 per light bulb.
  • There is a current deal on daylight LED bulbs on the Frontpage, and that comes out to be $3.08 per light bulb. (reference)
  • HomeDepot.com also has a 2-pack for $4.97 [homedepot.com], which comes out to be $2.49 per bulb. However, that one is not widely available for in-store pickup and cannot be ordered online.
Enjoy!
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It's funny the things we are proud of.
We have a large number of LED lights (4700 sq ft house, pure LED). I've found that you want 2700k in living rooms and bedrooms. For hallways, entry ways, and other miscellaneous rooms, either 2700k or 3200k if you can find them (not terribly common). For kitchens, it can vary based on preferences (I prefer 5000k but my wife prefers 2700k). For bathrooms, it's best to have two light sources: a dim source with 2700k and a bright source with 5000k (this helps the ladies with colors, makeup, etc.). Garages, offices, and other work areas are great places to use 5000k.

A couple things to keep in mind:
1) 2700k is for areas where you relax or are half-asleep and don't want to be woken up.
2) 5000k is for when you want help staying awake or having a more true color reproduction (similar to being outside on a sunny day but while the sun is behind a cloud).
3) 3200k is gives you a better color reproduction but without the "harsh" effect that some people hate about 5000k lights.

Does that help? Please pardon any autocorrect or swipos (swipe typos).

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These bulbs are not dimmable.
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Quote from FatFishJeff View Post :
These bulbs are not dimmable.
As stated in the title.Confused
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As stated in the title.Confused
Original post was edited...
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YMMV, but I found these LED bulbs in a 2 pack for $3 at my local Home Depot. Otherwise, good price.
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They've been this price for some time. Got about $70 worth and changed out the bulbs in most of our house. They feel a little on the blue side but that could be because we were used to yellow-ish lights. They are definitely brighter than the CFLs we had and the instant on is nice.
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How did this get to be a trending deal?

Home Depot B&M stores (in my area at least) are selling this exact same item at a regular price of $9.97.
Just bought a package Tuesday.
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Last edited by observer1313 April 9, 2016 at 06:23 PM
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How did this get to be a trending deal?

Home Depot B&M stores (in my area at least) are selling this exact same item at a regular price of $9.97.
Just bought a package Tuesday.
I believe that is for a different color temperature.
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Quote from observer1313 View Post :
How did this get to be a trending deal?

Home Depot B&M stores (in my area at least) are selling this exact same item at a regular price of $9.97.
Just bought a package Tuesday.
Are you sure that one is 5000K? I know the soft white bulbs are generally a lot cheaper than the daylight ones.

Tofu Vic
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Quote from graffixx View Post :
How are these compare to the Feit Electric 6-pack 60W for $12?

http://slickdeals.net/f/8626430-6-pack-feit-a19-60w-led-bulbs-home-depot-for-11-99?v=1&src=rcm_category

Your mentioned lights are soft white which are usually cheap. daylight are costly.
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Quote from TofuVic View Post :
HomeDepot.com has 4-Pack of Philips 60W-Equivalent Daylight A19 LED Non-Dimmable Light Bulb for $10.97 with free in-store pickup. Shipping is free with a $45+ order.
This has been this price for at least a week. I still have the page opened in my browser. Anyway, is there any off coupon for HD like what we have for lowes or staples? is Philips better than TCP?
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Last year for haloween, I bought 8 of these bulbs as strobe lights by dimming them.
Then I returned them the next day.
Thanks home depot!
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Last year for haloween, I bought 8 of these bulbs as strobe lights by dimming them.
Then I returned them the next day.
Thanks home depot!
It's funny the things we are proud of.
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