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16-Pack Philips A19 60W Equivalent 5000K Daylight LED Light Bulbs EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 16-Pack Philips A19 Non-Dimmable 60W Equivalent 5000K Daylight LED Light Bulbs on sale for $20.70. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks KulisKoulomb

Amazon.com also has 16-Pack Philips A19 Non-Dimmable 60W Equivalent 2700K Soft White LED Light Bulbs on sale for $19.28 > now $20.29 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

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Amazon has

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Philips LED A19 Non-Dimmable 800-Lumen, 5000-Kelvin, 8-Watt (60-Watt Equivalent) Light Bulb, E26 Medium Base, Daylight, 16-Pack for $ 20.70

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https://www.amazon.com/Philips-No...B01CAL1EMY
Philips LED A19 Non-Dimmable 800-Lumen, 2700-Kelvin, 8.5-Watt (60-Watt Equivalent) Light Bulb, E26 Medium Base, Soft White, 16-Pack for $ 20.29

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Decent prices. Wish 4000-4500K bulbs were more common. 5000-6000K is too harsh for home.
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I love daylight. I enjoy being able to see things when I have my lights on and not feeling like I'm in some grungy cave with dimly lit torches. Colors also come into play as the 'soft' lights make certain colors look wrong (e.g.: navy blue looks more like purple). Enjoy your unnatural lighting (=
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The deal here is the 5000k or "daylight", those things never go on sale. Its always the soft white on sale.
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2700k is 19.28 with S&S

it's not the cheapest ever, but the last dip is unlikely soon.
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The deal here is the 5000k or "daylight", those things never go on sale. Its always the soft white on sale.
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Got the Daylight one, thx!
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Decent prices. Wish 4000-4500K bulbs were more common. 5000-6000K is too harsh for home.
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Wish it was dimmable
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That feeling when you bought each one of those 3 days ago.....
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The deal here is the 5000k or "daylight", those things never go on sale. Its always the soft white on sale.
Yeah, but soft white is the warmer of the two and probably better for most interiors, unless you prefer the industrial brightness of the daylight.
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Decent prices. Wish 4000-4500K bulbs were more common. 6000K is too harsh for home.
Depends on the room and user preference. 5000K can be fine for a garage or kitchen.
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Hey peeps, go to walmart for these. It's around 4 dollars for a 6-pack. GE is still doing promotional prices to get people to switch over to LEDs.
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Decent prices. Wish 4000-4500K bulbs were more common. 5000-6000K is too harsh for home.
Good thing these are 5000k then.
Looks like these are the cheaper 15000hr life span bulbs though. Non dimmable kind of sucks.. does anyone know how the CRI of these bulbs are compared to the Costco feit comparable bulbs?
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Decent prices. Wish 4000-4500K bulbs were more common. 6000K is too harsh for home.
This. I've never understood the popularity of "daylight" bulbs. Anything above about 3000K makes me feel like I'm in an industrial facility or a Motel 6. 2700K LED bulbs produce light that looks incandescent to me and feels right in a residential setting. I think we've evolved since cavemen used fire for illumination to like lower color temperatures.
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Noticed this price a few days ago on Amazon, was thinking about ordering some more.
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what color would it be called if i say just like from a tube light
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