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4-Pack Philips 40W Equivalent Dimmable B12 LED Candle Light Bulb EXPIRED

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Promoted 08-18-2016 by Discombobulated at 05:39 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 4-Pack Philips 40W Equivalent Dimmable B12 LED Candle Light Bulb (Candleabra Base) on sale for $17.79 - $5 off coupon found on product page = $12.79. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks longmanj9

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This Philips LED bulb can turn on at full brightness at 330 lumens, providing a soft white, cozy light and dims own to warm relaxing light similar to a dimmable incandescent bulb; uses 4.5W of energy - Discombobulated

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#3
I just bought a few of these last week to test and found 2700k (330 lumens) to be perfect. 25w 5000k 250 lumens is way too "bright."
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#4
Needed these for some pendant lights. Good find.

TU and repped
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#5
Costco has 3 feit Edison style candelabra bulbs for about $12 without any state rebates. They look significantly better if they are exposed bulbs like in a chandelier.
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#6
Looks OOS
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yep, died as I was trying to buy. hate when that happens.
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#8
Same here - I could either try to add it to my cart with the coupon and it'd tell me it wasn't available from that retailer, or I could add it without the coupon fine for shipping later. Couldn't get the coupon to work.
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Edit: I see others have posted since writing this :p
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#10
much prefer the filament style bulbs.
these send light mostly up and the white base is not aesthetic.
If you are lucky enough to live in Washington, Costco has them in a 3 pack for $6.
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Dead Now!!
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Quote from iiunlimited View Post :
I just bought a few of these last week to test and found 2700k (330 lumens) to be perfect. 25w 5000k 250 lumens is way too "bright."
Not sure, but I think what you're calling "bright" should actually be "cool". 5000K is a very blue color. Have you tried 3000K? My favorite for emulating natural daylight.

Also, I try not to mix-match between rooms. One can really tell the difference most of the time and it can be distracting.
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Last edited by credo August 18, 2016 at 07:23 AM
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Dead?
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#14
Seems dead. Can't find the product from the link here and once I found the item the coupon doesn't apply.
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#15
I got this 3 pack last week at home depot - are they the same??

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Philip...W509187577
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