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Philips 3-Pack 40W B11 Candelabra LED Light Bulb for $9.97 @ Home Depot, Free Store Pickup

jays_on 982 672 April 20, 2016 at 02:28 PM in Lighting (3) More Home Depot Deals
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Last Edited by cricket702 April 20, 2016 at 04:15 PM
Home Depot again has the 3-Pack of Philips 40 watt Equivalent Candelabra LED's [homedepot.com] for $9.97 with free in-store pickup.



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This is everyday price.
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Quote from chilipalm View Post :
This is everyday price.
Even if that is the case, it's still cheaper than anywhere else.

And thanks for your contribution to SD, policing and TD LED deal posts.
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Same price at Wally World since ages. Moreover, still pricy - I used the eBay $0.50 adapter to use regular size LED bulbs in my chandelier
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Not a bad price but it is non-dimmable.
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Quote from supertester View Post :
Same price at Wally World since ages.
Link?

Quote from cabernet View Post :
Not a bad price but it is non-dimmable.
Some have reported they are dimmable. Might be worth a shot, can return if not.
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Got this last time; still pricey, but had to get it for my dining table chandelier and ceiling fan. Adapters would make the chandelier look funny, but I could've used that for ceiling fan since they have a decorative flower like covering.

good deal
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Yup. I've seen them this price at Home Depot before, and the sticker doesn't appear to be any "new lower price" or anything.
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Quote from supertester View Post :
Same price at Wally World since ages. Moreover, still pricy - I used the eBay $0.50 adapter to use regular size LED bulbs in my chandelier
Could you be so kind and provide a link to that adapter please
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Soft white fwiw.
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My store has the 3 pack for 4.97 sku 541717, Bristol CT
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I bought some of these past haloween and dimmed them. People loved all the strobe lights. I left them on all night, and burned them out. Returned them the next day to homedepot.
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Anyone know where I can get lots of these wholesale? We have a large chandelier I want to change them all over to LED to save on electric
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Quote from smehta929 View Post :
Could you be so kind and provide a link to that adapter please
Not $0.50 each but here is a link to some.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...TVMW331CTS

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EJPPA...UTF8&psc=1

They will make the bulb stick out a lot farther. Also, I have bought two different types and one did not work for my particular bulb. Maybe it wouldn't screw down all the way and make contact or something.

If you have the room for a medium base, they will overall be cheaper and more efficient. Typical candelabra 60W equivalent is 500 lumens while a medium base is typically 800. True for incandescent too.
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Some have reported they are dimmable. Might be worth a shot, can return if not.
They say non-dimmable on the box, they are not designed to dim. You might get a small amount a output change but don't try to make this into a product it isn't.

HD's around here sell another brad of dimmable LEDs for the same price, these are the everyday prices.
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