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cree 60W Equivalent Soft White A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb 97cents HD local

szhou0088 8 10 July 10, 2016 at 01:58 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Quote from hydralistor View Post :
similar to this one.
boston local HD store.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cree-6.../206413899
which store?

what is item number?
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Bright deal
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$1/bulb is pretty much regular price everywhere for LED bulbs. No SD unless under 50 cents/bulb. My local walmart sells 2 packs of GE for $2.
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$7.97 in the 93004.
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Quote from ghostofposterspast View Post :
$1/bulb is pretty much regular price everywhere for LED bulbs. No SD unless under 50 cents/bulb. My local walmart sells 2 packs of GE for $2.
Cree+dimmable is not $1/bulb ANYWHERE unless subbed by local electric co
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Is it safe to use in 60W?
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All LED subsidized lights are always very YMMV based on utility company.
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Quote from ghostofposterspast View Post :
$1/bulb is pretty much regular price everywhere for LED bulbs. No SD unless under 50 cents/bulb. My local walmart sells 2 packs of GE for $2.
No it's not. You literally couldn't be more wrong.

This is a sick price bug it only happens due to local subsidies.
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Quote from partyman66 View Post :
No it's not. You literally couldn't be more wrong.

This is a sick price bug it only happens due to local subsidies.
Yes it is. You quite literally couldn't be more wrong.

This is just a normal price for LED these days.
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Cree+dimmable is not $1/bulb ANYWHERE unless subbed by local electric co
I have CREE and GE bulbs. I prefer GE. Except for those crappy Link ones, that wire in the middle really screws up the light distribution. And I'm a CREE bagholder sadly.

Dimmable bulbs are the standard these days. You really have to go out of your way to find a non-dimmable bulb. I haven't paid more than $1/bulb in years.
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Nothing special about Cree.
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Quote from Slickone_ View Post :
Nothing special about Cree.
Except they are assembled in the USA. If that matters to you. Or they used to be. And the GE Bulbs I have crapped out after a year, but the cree are going strong.
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I bought 20 of these a year and a half ago for much more money. 7 or 8 of them are in the trash now so hopefully you have a better experience then me. I personally no longer have a favorable view of the brand name - maybe it was a bad batch but I will stick with other choices for the future.good luck
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This is a Mass-save subsidy. I picked up a bunch 2 weeks ago. They buzzed pretty bad with my Lutron dimmer, but they're fine for normal use.
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