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Philips 100W Equivalent Daylight A19 LED Light Bulb, 8-Pack $21.03

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has Philips LED Non-Dimmable A19 Frosted Light Bulb: 1500-Lumen, 5000-Kelvin, 14-Watt (100-Watt Equivalent), E26 Medium Screw Base, Daylight, 8-Pack for $21.03 + tax.
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I was thinking of using daylight for the bathrooms. Is that a good choice or should I stick with soft white?
I only use daylight bulbs in my house. It is bright and clean. I'd strongly recommend it.
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I was thinking of using daylight for the bathrooms. Is that a good choice or should I stick with soft white?
I recommend daylight for at least bathroom and kitchen. My place is all lit with 5k daylight
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any deals on warm/soft bulbs?
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I was thinking of using daylight for the bathrooms. Is that a good choice or should I stick with soft white?
Day light for anywhere you need color accuracy like kitchen when cutting food and cooking, bathroom, garage, basement. Warm for anywhere you need to relax, bed rooms, side lamps, living room.
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Sunbeam IS a name brand. They were around before your great grandparents


And I don't know what kind of town you live in, but all of my local Dollar Trees are neat and organized.
thats like saying panasonic is a name brand so their TVs must be fantastic right? They're a long running low quality brand.
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I still fail to see how these are a deal?
I don't think they are so I'm not buying them. Phillips does make good LED bulbs though. It's 100w and LED a bit over $2 a bulb is reasonable for getting delivered straight to my house. Not venturing out this time of year makes the price pretty reasonable. I need dimmable.
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I don't think they are so I'm not buying them. Phillips does make good LED bulbs though. It's 100w and LED a bit over $2 a bulb is reasonable for getting delivered straight to my house. Not venturing out this time of year makes the price pretty reasonable. I need dimmable.
It's closer to $3 a bulb and you have to buy 8 at a time! Too much for what it is.
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It's closer to $3 a bulb and you have to buy 8 at a time! Too much for what it is.
then this threads not for you and move along? Doesn't have HDMI either so why bother?
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at 1500 lumens these bulbs are bright! They def do the job they're intended to do. Thx OP in for one
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thats like saying panasonic is a name brand so their TVs must be fantastic right? They're a long running low quality brand.
I have almost 10 y.o .Panasonic plasma and picture quality is much better than most of LCD crap you can buy today...
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LED bulbs are 2 for $1 at Dollar Tree?
Thats where I bought mine 1 yr ago. They even have the flood lights for outdoor that are still going. Ratings seem legit as well.
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Wow so expensive No way. Cheaper at Home Depot
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Dollar tree sells both 60w and 100w led soft white at $1 each. Not sure how's the quality though.
Pretty sure the 100 are incandescent
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LED bulbs are 2 for $1 at Dollar Tree?
Not the 100w ones. Just the 60w ones.
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