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ST64 6-pack LED Filament Bulb,40W Equivalent Otronics LED Antique Vintage Edison Bulb 2700K&5000K - $9.49@Amazon

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Otronics via Amazon has 6-pack 40W Equivalent LED Filament Bulb [amazon.com] for $9.49 after using the code "EE9XUWBY". The code is available for the5000k [amazon.com]

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Not dimmable. Looking for dimmable for my kitchen pendants. Seems like a decent deal otherwise.
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40 watts is dim enough by design
Doesn't help when the fixture you want to install these in is attached to a dimmer, though. I'd be in if these were dimmable, I've been replacing all bulbs in my house with LED's, and the only ones I haven't yet are the ones tied to a dimmer because I haven't seen a great dimmable bulb deal, yet.
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1 review mentioned the glass part coming off of the base. Other reviews seem fake.
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Fakespot F , one true review which is scary and the others seem fake.

Buy these instead , about $2 more but 100+ fakespot A reviews.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XXZV...UTF8&psc=1
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They look cool, but are heat generators, and suck your electricity.
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not a very good price
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They look cool, but are heat generators, and suck your electricity.
I thought LEDs barely created any measurable heat at all
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Fakespot F , one true review which is scary and the others seem fake.

Buy these instead , about $2 more but 100+ fakespot A reviews.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XXZV...UTF8&psc=1
The 5000k ones are $19.99 on that link. Any suggestions for those? I've been putting off buying these but will need to make a decision very soon for a new fixture.
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Fakespot F , one true review which is scary and the others seem fake.

Buy these instead , about $2 more but 100+ fakespot A reviews.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XXZV...UTF8&psc=1
Thanks dude! Totally went with these.
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Check your local hone depot. I think prices for these kinda bulbs have dropped. Mine are only $1.50 a bulb

https://www.homedepot.com/p/EcoSm.../301766890
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Not a deal.....Also, got these before when they were cheaper, half showed up broken (glass pole inside that holds filament snapped off). They did credit me for broken bulbs tho
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Checkout your local Costco if you have membership pretty cheap at costco, If I am not wrong pack of four 60w was 3.9$(after COMED rebate, regular is less then 10$) at Oakbrook, IL
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I thought LEDs barely created any measurable heat at all
I don't think LED means what KillEmAll thinks it means.
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