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3-Pack GE 60W Equivalent Soft White LED Bright Stik Light Bulbs EXPIRED

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These bulbs are cylindrical-shaped that allows for it to fit most light fixtures. It delivers 760 lumens of brightness and can last 13.7 years at 3 hours/day. Great cost effective alternative to replacing CFL bulbs. - Randy71

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Home Depot has 60W Equivalent Soft White LED Light Bulb (3-Pack) on sale for $3.99​ with free shipping on orders $49.

through 06/25/2017​

http://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-60W.../205783754
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Last Edited by be244 June 10, 2017 at 06:34 AM
60-watt soft white bulb replacement
13.7 year life (15,000 hours)
760 lumens (vs 60w incandescent 840 lumens)
Soft white: 2700K

Was $7.97

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Well, sure, these may not be a great price for Mr. Shaquille O'Neal - major motion picture star. But for the rest of us minions, this is a really good price for LED bulbs.
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For those wondering, daylight still at 8.97
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These were on closeout at $1.80 for a 3-pack very recently here.
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These suck. Short lifespan, non dimmable, ugly, not a great price by any stretck.

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Well, sure, these may not be a great price for Mr. Shaquille O'Neal - major motion picture star. But for the rest of us minions, this is a really good price for LED bulbs.
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We have these throughout our house, I really like them, in for a few more to finish converting the last few fixtures
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I have some. They are a little funky looking but I like them. Work well in my ceiling fans that accept regular bulbs.
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For those wondering, daylight still at 8.97
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Thanks - cant bear ones other than daylight ones
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Have about six of these along with first gen CREE, Philips, and a few odd balls. They are a little odd looking depending upon fixture but in open bathroom fixtures it doesn't bother the lady or myself. Good color for 2700K and no failures or other issues. Dimmable would be nice but, well, these are not so it's not as though it is an expectation.
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is it a flood light? has a weird design
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fyi listed as 10W usage
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I honestly might consider looking into how to set up a dimmable system. Daylight lighting looks great during the day, but there's something about that yellow tint of soft white that looks great at night.
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We have the 100w equivalent versions of these in our bedroom and we like them. Good price too
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These were on closeout at $1.80 for a 3-pack very recently here.
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