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AmazonBasics 6-Pack A19 LED Bulbs, 60 Watt Equivalent, 6-Pack, $11.98 FS w/ Prime

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It is $2.00 / Bulb. 4.3 stars out of 5 stars. Daylight is eligible too but it is $12.79.
  • With a life of 15,000 hours, the bulb will last over 13 years (based on 3 hours of use each day)
  • Provides 800 lumens of light immediately, with no waiting time to warm up to full brightness
  • With a correlated color temperature of 5000 Kelvin, the bulb simulates daylight, creating a bright atmoshphere for any room
  • This LED light bulb uses only 10.5 watts of energy, saving up to $81.68 over the life of the bulb vs. its incandescent equivalent (based on 3 hours/day, 11 cents/kWh, may vary depending on rates and use)
  • This bulb costs only $1.26 per year to operate (based on 3 hours/day, 11 cents/kWh) making it an economical alternative to incandescent bulbs
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I had never used a daylight bulb before and accidentally purchased a 2pk from the store. I thought I had picked up a regular 2pk and didn't realize my mistake until I got home. So I decided to use them the hall bathroom to replace the dead bulbs over the sink. It was sooooo bright and weird looking. I had the friend that switched them for me take one out and the one that got left in is still really bright. The only person who regularly uses that bathroom is the cat and I've just left the overhead light for him.
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Anyone use these bulbs? I see they're 2700k, I was hoping for 3000k
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On the other hand you could get these as well. A bit cheaper for more bulbs. Same price for daylight or soft white. Similar reviews as op.
(Pack of 16) Tenergy LED Light Bulb, 60 Watt Equivalent (9W), Soft White (2700K), E26 Medium Standard Base https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y3N5...oAb2DFZ8B5
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Got some GE bulbs that are 3000k color, much preferred to 2700/5000 colors. Think it was 4 for $9 at Lowe's.
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Got some GE bulbs that are 3000k color, much preferred to 2700/5000 colors. Think it was 4 for $9 at Lowe's.
I like the fact that when I come here for deals I get an education. I get daylight and soft light. That's as far as I go. After that I'm just buying a light bulb.
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I like the fact that when I come here for deals I get an education. I get daylight and soft light. That's as far as I go. After that I'm just buying a light bulb.
this, totally!

...for another example, i just learned about the grammarly software this way a few days ago.
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These days led 60w should cost $1 everywhere including Costco
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I agree there are better deals out there.

The big orange box sells the 8-pack of the 60w EcoSmart for $8.76 right now at least at our local store.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/EcoSm.../206468355
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$2 a pop for these is pretty high, clearly not slick
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Are these dimmable??
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Much cheaper at home Depot.
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Are these dimmable??
Says they are not.
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So is this a cool or warm bulb? I hate warm.
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I've been using Philips 40w equiv 3000k LEDs from Home Depot...4/$7.49 for my bathroom vanities. They have 3 bulbs per fixture so its still plenty bright, and I don't need it to be dim. Price per bulb is better and only 5.5watts each!
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