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5-Pack Albrillo E12 40W Equiv Candelabra LED Light Bulbs EXPIRED

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Tekvilla Store via Amazon [amazon.com] has the 5 Pack Albrillo E12 LED Candelabra Bulbs w/ Clear 60 Watt Equivalent, Warm White 3000K for $5.93 w/ code UIWHRY68 = $5.93 no longer valid
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Used on 18 lamp chandelier. In year and half, 4 are dead and 5 are dim (few led cells not working).
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Had 2 of these chinese lights before. Both died within the year.
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These paid promos on SD masquerading as legit deals are getting tiresome.
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Worth a shot. I've got a 5bulb fixture over the table that could use a bit more umph than the the 40w jobbers can really handle.
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I wish i could find decent priced LEDs that don't look so... un attractive.
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if you like this form factor, but want quality - get;
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07726G6VP

these are made with a ceramic housing
and the 60w rated is not over volted.

make sure to only use an LED specific dimmer.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004DZOMKC
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Are these any good and have anyone seen the difference between frosted and clear??? Looks pretty cool though.
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3k is yellow not warm white...
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Thanks OP in for 2, hard to get 60W Candelabra mount at local Home Depot/Costco. Hope quality holds up.
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3k is yellow not warm white...
3k is indeed considered "warm white"
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C...prov=sfla1
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Had 2 of these chinese lights before. Both died within the year.
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Too bad the 60w eqv. are non dimmable. For me, in comparison, it's not worth paying 4x more for the dimming feature of even if supposedly better quality, ceramic heat sink of those PetSpy linked. Candles for romantic, low light moments suit fine.

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I wish i could find decent priced LEDs that don't look so... un attractive.
These probably would look better exposed in certain contemporary design light fixtures than dated candle bulbs. In honesty, why and how often does anyone pay attention to what a bulb looks like while on or off?

Have you checked the other recent LED candelabra bulbs posts?

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Are these any good and have anyone seen the difference between frosted and clear??? Looks pretty cool though.
I suspect it's to tone down the appearance of the yellow LED in exposed light fixtures.

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3k is yellow not warm white...
Their 60W eqv. 300k should be labeled "soft white" per their standard but that's not as you say "yellow". It'd be a bug light. At least they don't consider 300k as being "bright white" as Philips [philips.com] does.
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Thanks OP in for 2, hard to get 60W Candelabra mount at local Home Depot/Costco. Hope quality holds up.
60W ~ 800 lmn, this bulbs only 500 lmn. So it is equivalent of 45W
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60W ~ 800 lmn, this bulbs only 500 lmn. So it is equivalent of 45W
Not true. For regular bulbs it is but these are Candelabra and for them 500 is fairly common. I know it is frustrating that the two are different but they are.
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Problem.witn this many LEDs are flickers. They are horrible In long run. And are very cheaply made these corn husk LEDs.
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Love these, good find
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