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Great Value Soft White 60W LED light bulb Non-Dimmable for $2.17 OR Dimmable for $3.82 at Walmart.com

roybok 251 146 July 6, 2016 at 02:01 PM in Lighting (2) More Walmart Deals
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Last Edited by roybok July 7, 2016 at 07:22 AM
Single Non-Dimmable bulb: $2.17

Great Value LED A19 8.5W Light Bulb:
Saves up to 80% on energy costs
Lasts up to 20,000 hours
A19 LED light bulb 8.5W is equivalent of traditional 60W bulb
3-year limited warranty
Save up to 80% on energy costs
Uses only 8.5 watts of energy
60 watt equivalent light output
Light output = 800 lumens
Base type: E26
Dimmable: No
Color Temperature: Soft White (2700K)
Color Rendering Index (CRI): 82
Energy savings over life of light bulb: $113.00

Link: [walmart.com]



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Single Dimmable bulb for $3.82

Great Value LED Light Bulb 10W (60W Equivalent) Omni (E26) Dimmable, Soft White
Great Value LED 10W Soft White A19 Dimmable Light Bulb:
Saves up to 80 percent on energy costs
Lasts 25,000 hours
60W equivalent using only 10W of energy
LED light bulb
Dimmable LED
Soft white LED omni-directional A lamp
3-year limited warranty
Save up to 80% on energy costs
Lasts up to 25,000 hours (22 years)
Uses only 10 watts of energy
60 watt equivalent light output
Light output = 800 lumens
Base type: E26
Dimmable: Yes
Color Temperature: Soft White (2700K)

Color Rendering Index (CRI): 82
Energy savings over life of light bulb: $138.00

Link: [walmart.com]

Other options:

Single 5000k bulb dimmable - $3.22 Link: [walmart.com]

Single Soft White (2700k) bulb - $3.82 Link: [walmart.com]
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Last Edited by plusring July 6, 2016 at 05:57 PM
"The photo is a MISTAKE. You only get 1 bulb, not 4."

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Both links appear to go to the same place for me. To a 10W (60W equivalent) daylight bulb. Title says Dimmable, but the packaging in the image does NON-DIMMABLE.
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Great price but:
2700k too yellowish for me.
5000k too blueish.
Do they have any in 3000k?
Thank you.
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the Daylight bulbs are actually cheaper in store:
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=38591215
I saw as low as 1.50 (Out of stock), and 2.82 (several places in stock)
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Quote from k0nkuzh0n View Post :
Both links appear to go to the same place for me. To a 10W (60W equivalent) daylight bulb. Title says Dimmable, but the packaging in the image does NON-DIMMABLE.

Fixed the link, thanks!!

I noticed that too, but description and Title say Dimmable. Smilie
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Thanks. I'm gonna get these and return the ones from the $5 deal at Home Depot. Over double the bulbs for approximately the same price.
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Quote from eddiegorniakjr View Post :
Great price but:
2700k too yellowish for me.
5000k too blueish.
Do they have any in 3000k?
Thank you.

Please visit lmgtfy.com.
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title doesn't say 4-pack although photo shows 4-pack. Worried that it is actually for one bulb only. Any one can confirm?
http://www.walmart.com/ip/40507614
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Why does the item title on the Walmart website say "Dimmable" but the product image on the same website says "Non Dimmable"? Just what is it?
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Quote from Freak4Dell View Post :
Thanks. I'm gonna get these and return the ones from the $5 deal at Home Depot. Over double the bulbs for approximately the same price.
don't forget to compare average lifespan. IF HD ones are double the life, less work to keep and you can avoid changing bulbs once. (assuming they actually meet their rated life).
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are these bulbs good? any experience on these? thanks
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Quote from shortprong View Post :
don't forget to compare average lifespan. IF HD ones are double the life, less work to keep and you can avoid changing bulbs once. (assuming they actually meet their rated life).
Actually, these are rated at double the life, too. I have a few of the GV bulbs installed, and I like them. I bought the Philips ones because the price was good, but if these are really 4 to a box, this is a steal. Might be a listing error, though, as somebody else pointed out. I'll find out when they arrive in a few days.
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are these bulbs good? any experience on these? thanks
Installed about 30 of the soft white dimmable ones 2 years ago and have not had any fail. Awesome deal if these really are 4 packs.
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The 60W soft-white 4-packs are $1.92 (non-dimmable) and $1.97 (dimmable) at our local Walmarts (in-store). And the 60W day-light 4-packs are $3.82, only dimmable available at my store.

Posted about it before but didn't get much interest
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