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Same price at Amazon.

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Alternatively, DollarTree B&M always has 1 bulb for 1$, and sometimes 2/$1
https://www.dollartree.com/warm-w...lbs/244270
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Alternatively, DollarTree B&M always has 1 bulb for 1$, and sometimes 2/$1
https://www.dollartree.com/warm-w...lbs/244270
even if it were 2/$1, I'd go with the Sylvania's rather than a no-name bulb. the led's might last for 100,000 hours, but the circuit boards don't
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even if it were 2/$1, I'd go with the Sylvania's rather than a no-name bulb. the led's might last for 100,000 hours, but the circuit boards don't
Well, I stock piled Sylvania's 12-packs from Walmart's deal a few month back, it was $6 I think. Just a point of price reference.
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Well, I stock piled Sylvania's 12-packs from Walmart's deal a few month back, it was $6 I think. Just a point of price reference.
Actually, it was $2.50 or less for the 12-pack.

https://slickdeals.net/f/12966766-walmart-in-store-price-12-sylvania-led-60-watt-light-bulbs-2-50
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Return on investment calculation:
60 watt equivalent bulb using 8.5 watts of electricity: 51.5 watts/hour in energy savings.

Runtime needed to save 1 KW of electricity = (1000 / 51.5) = 19.42 hours

Cost of 1 KW electricity: 13.32 cents/KWh

To save the cost of the bulb ($1.00) at 13.32 cents/KWh, you need to save 7.51 KWh

To save 7.51 KWh of electricity, the bulb will need to run 145.84 hours.

If your bulb is on 6 hours per day, that's 24.3 days to recoup the cost of the bulb.

After that, your energy savings is money back in your pocket.
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$23.99 at Amazon [amazon.com] too.
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Doesn't Walmart have then in 4 packs for 97 cents right now?
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Return on investment calculation:
60 watt equivalent bulb using 8.5 watts of electricity: 51.5 watts/hour in energy savings.

Runtime needed to save 1 KW of electricity = (1000 / 51.5) = 19.42 hours

Cost of 1 KW electricity: 13.32 cents/KWh

To save the cost of the bulb ($1.00) at 13.32 cents/KWh, you need to save 7.51 KWh

To save 7.51 KWh of electricity, the bulb will need to run 145.84 hours.

If your bulb is on 6 hours per day, that's 24.3 days to recoup the cost of the bulb.

After that, your energy savings is money back in your pocket.
Now add into this calculation energy spent on using a computer to write this post, cost of internet and labor.
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Doesn't Walmart have then in 4 packs for 97 cents right now?
Jeebus, 4 dimmables for $0.97
These are 10W compared to 8.5W non-dimm in op, though. Wally still has much better deal in my opinion.
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Jeebus, 4 dimmables for $0.97
These are 10W compared to 8.5W non-dimm in op, though. Wally still has much better deal in my opinion.
Please
The reviews seem to have the consensus that these don't dim much.
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Return on investment calculation:
60 watt equivalent bulb using 8.5 watts of electricity: 51.5 watts/hour in energy savings.

Runtime needed to save 1 KW of electricity = (1000 / 51.5) = 19.42 hours

Cost of 1 KW electricity: 13.32 cents/KWh

To save the cost of the bulb ($1.00) at 13.32 cents/KWh, you need to save 7.51 KWh

To save 7.51 KWh of electricity, the bulb will need to run 145.84 hours.

If your bulb is on 6 hours per day, that's 24.3 days to recoup the cost of the bulb.

After that, your energy savings is money back in your pocket.
Wish it was 13.32 cents per KWh. Sadly, I live in California
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