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Promoted 05-15-2016 by RevOne at 08:20 AM View Original Post
Oak Leaf LLC via Amazon has 6-Pk Oak Leaf 200 Lumens Edition Style LED Dimmable Light Bulbs (ST64) for $18.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks killerdealer

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Edited May 15, 2016 at 06:35 AM by annie930ny
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They are very cool looking LED bulbs. This is the best price I have seen (< $4/piece) by a margin.
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Be careful of the four key numbers; make sure it's what you want! (From an engineer buying ones like this for the whole home)

2200K color temperature is a strongly YELLOW light intended to look like candlelight. IMHO that color looks awful in my home fan and chandelier for any purpose (got some free). The "soft white" you're used to, which is still on the warmer red side, is typically 2700K or 3000K. See here: Landscape lighting temperatures (same principle for indoors!) [landscapelightingworld.com]

200 lumens brightnessis equivalent to a 20 watt bulb. Quite dim; like a nightlight. "40W equivalent" = 450 lumens, 60W = 800 lumens, 100W = 1,600 lumens. See US Gov chart here: EnergyStar Brightness [energystar.gov]

4W power is the amount it draws. Most LED bulbs of this type have a 90% reduction compared to their equivalent. So a 40W equivalent should draw 4 watts. This is only a 20W equivalent, so it's inefficient by LED bulb standards. It consumes twice the energy it should! 4W is still way better than 20W though, so it may not matter to you.

E26 medium base is the size of the base (the part that screws into the light socket). Make sure it's what you need, as opposed to a much smaller E12 candelabra base. You might be surprised. You can buy inexpensive converters from one to the other, but the ones to turn an E12 into an E26 are clunky (the other direction, E26 to E12, can be practically invisible).
Um... I don't know really lol... I have 3x 800 lumen bulbs in the bathroom, and I still wouldn't mind 1x more bulb! Then again I have two sinks and 12ft ceilings. It's not a huge bathroom though.


Unless you have really white, reflective paint I don't know if 800 total lumens are going to do much for you in the bathroom :-/. Just keep in mind a 60W incandescent gives off about 800 lumens...
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Have no use for, but this is a great deal
nice find OP
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Got some to replace the "pretty" bulbs my wife wouldn't let me replace.
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I have a couple of these and like them. With this price I can replace the 5 lights in my overly bright ceiling fan. :-)
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Here is a more direct link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B17LJ9Q/
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Thanks! Got some for my outdoor deck lanterns
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200 lumens. That doesn't give off much light. Still cool though.
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Great deal! Bought a pack to replace the ridiculous incandescent globe bulbs in one of my bathrooms. They are too bright, use too much power and get too hot. These should be perfect!

Hopefully 4x200 lumens will be bright enough for the bathroom lol.
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Quote from ziPRR View Post :
Great deal! Bought a pack to replace the ridiculous incandescent globe bulbs in one of my bathrooms. They are too bright, use too much power and get too hot. These should be perfect!

Hopefully 4x200 lumens will be bright enough for the bathroom lol.

Um... I don't know really lol... I have 3x 800 lumen bulbs in the bathroom, and I still wouldn't mind 1x more bulb! Then again I have two sinks and 12ft ceilings. It's not a huge bathroom though.


Unless you have really white, reflective paint I don't know if 800 total lumens are going to do much for you in the bathroom :-/. Just keep in mind a 60W incandescent gives off about 800 lumens...
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I saw these while I was in Italy last December. Nostalgic but have a long way to go before they will be practical, IMHO..
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Quote from ziPRR View Post :
Great deal! Bought a pack to replace the ridiculous incandescent globe bulbs in one of my bathrooms. They are too bright, use too much power and get too hot. These should be perfect!

Hopefully 4x200 lumens will be bright enough for the bathroom lol.
I use them in one of my bathrooms, where I don't do shaving and my wife doesn't put on makeup. They are gorgeous in there. The warm light is absolutely irresistible. And it's hard to go back to Lou harsh light from any other source.

the problem with using them in bathrooms is that it's very warm, orange light. And if you are applying makeup, it will not be very helpful.
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Thank you, ordered 2 packs of 6. Have Edison's now in the dining room but they are 60W and get REALLY hot, this should help. And 2 packs = free same day delivery Smilie
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Fwiw- if you are buying these (LED Edison's) for a decorative fixture (that's not a main light source) then the lower lumen LED Edison's are the way to go.

We purchased a set of the 75 watt Equiv LED Edison's and they are very bright, but you can't see the filament or get that pleasant glow of a standard incandescent Edison (the LED color is still the warm golden yellow however).
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