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ST64 6-Pack LED Filament Bulb, 4W (40W Equivalent) 470 Lumen Not-dimmable E26 Base, Daylight 5000K - $9.87 | @Amazon

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Otronics via Amazon has 6 pack 5000K LED Filament Bulb on sale for $9.87 via Amazon.

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it's a good deal...but a reminder that these bulbs are 5000k not 3000k which probably is the color of the bulbs you are replacing. 5000k is much bluer....like flourescent lights. Just be aware of what you are buying.
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I've been looking for 5000K lights like these!
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I've been looking for 5000K lights like these!
Curious what you use the 5kk ones for?
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Thanks for posting. Rarely see daylight bulb deals. I hate yellow ones...
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Curious what you use the 5kk ones for?
To each his/her own, but I use 5000K in storage, garage and in my bathrooms. In my bedrooms and sitting areas, I prefer "Bright White" LEDs, which are 3000K. Slightly brighter than the 2700K Soft White. I actually miss the 3500K CFLs because those were perfect for my liking.
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I have 4000k LED Filament bulbs in all my bathroom and accent lighting. They're bright as hell, but it works. Good deal on these.
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Link shows 18$? Is this deal dead?
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Link shows 18$? Is this deal dead?
Add to cart and discount was there. I purchased just now.
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I prefer this color to the normal 3000k or amber yellow non leds. Much more normal color than the original edison bulbs. Thanks op!
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I'm curious, if you want daylight color temp, why bother with these "filament" style ones? To me these are nostalgic bulbs and meant to look like ultra warm temp bulbs of old, so it seems strange to want them in such a cool color temp.
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