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Promoted 05-28-2016 by slickdewmaster at 07:02 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has 4-Pack Philips 60W Equivalent Soft White A19 LED Light Bulbs on sale for $4.97. Select Free Store Pickup. Thanks brisar

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At $1.25 per bulb, this is an excellent deal and valid today only. -slickdewmaster

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Edited May 28, 2016 at 07:06 AM by annie930ny
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Last Edited by Arkansas-Farmer May 28, 2016 at 01:04 PM
Standard warranty is 5 years limited.

If you register at Philips.com/registermyLED the warranty is extended to 10 years. Registering is a PAIN due to all of the required questions (where will this be installed, what brands did you consider, what was motivating purchase factors -- everything that is usually optional was required).

Also, when you register, don't do by model number as the system doesn't accept the model number. Don't select by barcode as the system doesn't accept the barcode. Select from a list and it's the very first product. However, clicking the product picture alone isn't good enough, you have to then scroll WAY down the page and select the purchase date and wattage.

The site is NOT user friendly but is probably worth registering (I think you only have to do it once and you specify how many bulbs you purchased) and printing the registration confirmation email out and putting it with your purchase receipt...

Not a bad idea to write with a Sharpie on the white base of the bulb when you install it the date it was purchased and that it has a 10-year warranty.

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Here's a trick I do when I install bulbs so I can track how long they last. I write the date I install the bulb on or near the base of the bulb with a Sharpe so you can get a true idea of which bulbs are going faster than others.
I have some of these and some ge's rated at 21k hours and most of the ge ones have gone out while not one of these have so YMMV.
No sure where you are buying your bulbs from but all of the soft white lights from HD are 2700k while the daylight ones are 5k.

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Life hours: 10000 hours - phillips really went downhill fast.
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I have some of these and some ge's rated at 21k hours and most of the ge ones have gone out while not one of these have so YMMV.
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In for a few. In between Lowe's and the ones from Amazon...I still need more. Thanks!
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Any deals on the daylight led?
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Let their be light... Day light
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These have been $3.97 at my HD in Maine for quite awhile. I have bought many and they work great with no issues.
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10000 hours? Come on Philips
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Yea they are definitely value bulbs, I saw this in my email and I'm glad it was posted. Thanks Brisar!
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I put these in my house and immediately returned them... Way too bright and industrial. I felt like I was in a hospital.
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can this work on 220v sockets
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2700k is way too yellowish...need 3000k
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Quote from TechiMan View Post :
2700k is way too yellowish...need 3000k

No sure where you are buying your bulbs from but all of the soft white lights from HD are 2700k while the daylight ones are 5k.
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