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Promoted 06-07-2016 by brisar at 10:18 AM View Original Post
Amazon has 6-Pack TCP Torpedo 40W Equivalent Dimmable Candelabra LED Light Bulbs (5000K or 2700K) on sale for $17.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks dawsontg

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Edited June 7, 2016 at 08:54 AM by jersharocks
This deal at Amazon [amazon.com] for TCP LDCT5W50K6 LED Torpedo - 40 Watt Equivalent (5W) Daylight (5000K) Dimmable Candelabra Base Light Bulb - 6 Pack for $17.99 is back.

This may be the new price for this looking at the pricing history, but $3.00/bulb in this category is still the best I've seen.
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#4
Missed out last time! Thanks!
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no 2700k love?
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#6
2700k available at same price.
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Got some 2700k. thanks
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Lowest shipping for me is $6.50; or spend $49 or more, or subscribe to Prime for free shipping
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Got the 5000k yesterday for my ceiling fan. No delay after turning them on. I don't have them on a dimmer so I can't comment on flickering. I like the hue of the light.
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These also qualify for the cleaning sample box credits.
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Quote from simoxius View Post :
Got the 5000k yesterday for my ceiling fan. No delay after turning them on. I don't have them on a dimmer so I can't comment on flickering. I like the hue of the light.
How bright are they? I'm worried about them being too dim. Don't need them to be blazing just as bright as the ones that came with the fan would be fine.
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Yes, they do flicker in chandeliers with [o] type dimmer in 10yr old house. Its visibly annoying sometimes.

However, MAIN ISSUE I had, I had to order two Extra Box as each of the 5 original box has at least one broken or non working bulb.
Amazon would refund but thats not the best solution.
So I combined all non working bulbs and return two boxes. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)

That Said, I strongly advise to get 3000k for chandeliers. Rest of my house uses 4000-5000k. But for chandelier, I found 5k looks too odd.

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Got the 5000k yesterday for my ceiling fan. No delay after turning them on. I don't have them on a dimmer so I can't comment on flickering. I like the hue of the light.
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Quote from tanman99 View Post :
How bright are they? I'm worried about them being too dim. Don't need them to be blazing just as bright as the ones that came with the fan would be fine.
I think they are bright enough. They are brighter than the home depot Phillips 3 for $10 lights I have in the other room if that helps. Amazon's return policy is excellent too.
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That Said, I strongly advise to get 3000k for chandeliers. Rest of my house uses 4000-5000k. But for chandelier, I found 5k looks too odd.
Thanks. I was wondering if 5000k might look too white/blue for a ceiling mounted bedroom light, and sounds like it might be. Is there a big difference between 2700k and 3000k?
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Check your Walmart clearance, picked up 4x 3k 40 watt at $2 each.
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