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Philips 40W Soft White Dimmable B11 LED Bulb, Candelabra 12 Pack Amazon for $21.50

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This 40 watt equivalent B11 LED bulb with candelabra base uses only 4.5 watts of energy, and has an estimated yearly energy cost: $0.54 (based on 3 hours/day, 11¢/kwh, cost depend on rates and use)
This Philips LED bulb provides a beautiful dimmable sparkle and looks wonderful in interior chandeliers or Fixtures
Turning on at full brightness, with a soft white light, this LED B11 has a lifetime of 15,000 hours and is perfect for hard to reach places where changing a bulb is a hassle
Ideal for use in interior Fixtures where the bulb is exposed such as chandeliers and wall sconces
Emitting 66.66 lumens per watt, this energy saving household light bulb contains no mercury and replaces your current 40-watt incandescent
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Created 10-12-2017 at 07:30 PM by PHD4Slick
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Always looking for some bright white or daylights. Hate the yellow Frown
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Got these a month ago for 50¢ cheaper.
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I found this style didn't throw enough light down from my chandelier. Picked up some Edison style Great Value bulbs that do a better job. But now everybody sees a blur when movement happens.
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These work well in ceiling fans from my experience.
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