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Great value 4 Pack 14 (60W Equivalent) CFL softwhite bulbs $.88 at Walmart B&M YMMV

vickyvicky 20 10 June 17, 2016 at 01:19 AM in Lighting (7) More Walmart Deals
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Last Edited by vickyvicky June 17, 2016 at 04:59 PM
These 14W CFLs have good reviews on Walmart and are available in most of the stores. I could see in most of the stores around seattle for 1$. Walmart and Amazon reviews on this product looks promising and 1$ for the these bulbs shouldn't hurt.

Note:- These are day lights. Whitelist in the same make/model is at higher price.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Great-V...k/21831151

You can check availability at your local store from brickseek

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...1151.43351

Item ID for Brick seek is 21831151
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These are not daylight bulbs. They are Soft White which is 2700K-3000K, a warm yellow-ish color temp. A true daylight bulb is 5000K – 6500K and a cool blue color temp.
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These are not daylight bulbs. They are Soft White which is 2700K-3000K, a warm yellow-ish color temp. A true daylight bulb is 5000K - 6500K and a cool blue color temp.
The title must be a mistake because the photo and Walmart page say "soft white"
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$4.88 at the stores near me. We use these bulbs in almost every area of our house. We love them. I would snag a ton if we could find them at .88
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You couldn't give me a CFL, I have never saw one last even a year in my house
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.75 at my store via brickseek and in stock. Will check it out. Thanks OP.
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You couldn't give me a CFL, I have never saw one last even a year in my house




Do you have Aluminum Wiring? Something's not right. Call an electrician and have it checked out
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You couldn't give me a CFL, I have never saw one last even a year in my house
I've had slightly better luck. Got 8 bulbs for a bathroom, and switch out about one a year. One or two are still original that outlasted others that have already gone through 2 or 3 changes. Used to call manufacturer for warranty bulbs when they were > $5, but now that it's about a buck, not worth the trouble.
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When will they stop making these earth-destroying, human poisoning POS's?

Quote from notebookreunion View Post :
I've had slightly better luck. Got 8 bulbs for a bathroom, and switch out about one a year. One or two are still original that outlasted others that have already gone through 2 or 3 changes. Used to call manufacturer for warranty bulbs when they were > $5, but now that it's about a buck, not worth the trouble.
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You couldn't give me a CFL, I have never saw one last even a year in my house
Same here. In the last two houses I've lived in I never had a CFL last more than 12-16 months.
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Quote from aberkitten View Post :
These are not daylight bulbs. They are Soft White which is 2700K-3000K, a warm yellow-ish color temp. A true daylight bulb is 5000K - 6500K and a cool blue color temp.
Thanks, edited the post.
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why would you buy CFL when LED will save you money in the long run?
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why would you buy CFL when LED will save you money in the long run?
not really. you would have to use the LED for many many years to offset the price difference.
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not really. you would have to use the LED for many many years to offset the price difference.
Not so much anymore. You can find 60w equivalent led's at dollar stores.
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Not so much anymore. You can find 60w equivalent led's at dollar stores.
Where? I went around Dollar Tree a month ago and was never able to locate these LED bulbs. At most, the Dollar Tree managers told me that it was probably a special buy, a one time deal, like those full size links beef jerky bags.
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