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Target has GE LED+ BR30 650 Lumen 8W (65W Equivalent) Light Bulb w/ Built-In Battery Backup (Soft White, 93100204) on sale for $7.12 when you 'clip' the 5% off Target Circle coupon found on the product page. Select free store pickup where available. Shipping is free with RedCard or on $35+ orders. Thanks gabe23111


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  • NEVER WORRY WHEN THE POWER GOES OUT WITH BATTERY BACKUP BULBS: These BR30 LED light bulbs allow you to keep a light on even when the power is off and can function similarly to a flashlight in emergency situations.
  • PORTABLE LED LIGHT BULBS THAT CHARGE AUTOMATICALLY: The LED BR30 battery backup light bulbs will automatically recharge when the electricity is on, providing reliable light in any situation.
  • REPLACES YOUR 65 WATT INDOOR FLOOD LIGHT BULBS: Get the efficiency of low wattage light bulbs. These battery backup LED light bulbs are the easiest way to cut costs without sacrificing brightness or reliability.
  • LED LIGHT BULBS THAT STAY ON EVEN WHEN THE POWER IS OFF: Keep your lights on whenever you need them. These LED lights with battery backup will provide up to 5 hours of light at 120 lumens when fully charged.
  • BATTERY BACKUP AND THE EFFICIENCY OF LOW WATTAGE LIGHT BULBS WITHOUT LOSING BRIGHTNESS: These BR30 lights will perfectly replace your indoor flood light bulbs as they use low energy each day, even when charging for backup functionality.
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A power outage is what I'd assume would be the primary reason people would buy it.
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Anyone smart enough to explain how the bulb determines the difference between turning the light switch off and a power outage? Certainly don't want the battery powered light coming on every time I turn the switch off.
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No specs on battery. But really, just have a flashlight or two around.
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So when would you actually need something like this??
A power outage is what I'd assume would be the primary reason people would buy it.
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Interesting concept
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Anyone smart enough to explain how the bulb determines the difference between turning the light switch off and a power outage? Certainly don't want the battery powered light coming on every time I turn the switch off.
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Anyone smart enough to explain how the bulb determines the difference between turning the light switch off and a power outage? Certainly don't want the battery powered light coming on every time I turn the switch off.
My guess is that the bulb would sense some continuity between the two poles to know the difference. If your power is out, there would still be continuity between due to other electrical devices in your house trying to draw power. If you turn the switch off, it is a complete disconnect, so no continuity on the input circuit.
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No specs on battery. But really, just have a flashlight or two around.
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There was a problem with some of the items in your order (see below for more information):
GE Lighting LED+ Battery Backup BR30 Bulb, 65-Watt Replacement, Soft White

I've tried every single address which I can use in California.
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Anyone smart enough to explain how the bulb determines the difference between turning the light switch off and a power outage? Certainly don't want the battery powered light coming on every time I turn the switch off.
It doesn't the instructions say that you unscrew the bulb and switch it manual to flashlight mode. There's a physical toggle switch on the bulb

*Edit, whoops that's 1 of 2 functions. There is another function to detect when there's a power failure that you can train the bulb for. looks like it's measurig distance from a switch and if a further away like your fuse box or even outside then it turns on aka in case of a power failure.
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Anyone smart enough to explain how the bulb determines the difference between turning the light switch off and a power outage? Certainly don't want the battery powered light coming on every time I turn the switch off.
There is a switch on the bulb itself.
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It doesn't the instructions say that you unscrew the bulb and switch it manual to flashlight mode. There's a physical toggle switch on the bulb
"In case of a power outage, if the lamp is turned on, the bulb will stay on. If not, simply turn the lamp on."
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