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Created 03-27-2020 at 11:26 PM by trendz7
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Hit or miss, one store show $14.99 another $1.50
Us usual per Murphy law, $1.50 is in store far far awaySmilie
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I found 1 store that had them for 1.50, but only 2 in stock and another store had them for 5.99, but only 3 in stock...
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I have 1 store 62 in stock for $3
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I found 1 store that had them for 1.50, but only 2 in stock and another store had them for 5.99, but only 3 in stock...
Are these worth $5.99? Have you used them before?
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Anyone know why it says 15 Watts in the title, when in reality its 15 lumens lol. Big difference. 15 lumens from an LED has got to be around 1/8th of a watt.
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Here's the BS link. $5.99 around me.

https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...=999996016
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1.8 around me
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I just bought about 10 of these for $3 and they seem fine with plenty of brightness but some seem to have a weaker battery than others so you may find yourself replacing batteries which to me isn't a big deal. Worth the 3 bucks. Also they have a light sensor to turn on automatically and a 6 hour or 10 hour timer built in.
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$5.99 around me with 70+ in stock
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Anyone know why it says 15 Watts in the title, when in reality its 15 lumens lol. Big difference. 15 lumens from an LED has got to be around 1/8th of a watt.
Yeah that's total BS, maybe they mean 15-watt equivalent, where they compare it to the light output that a 15 watt incandescent would produce, which is very little.
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Local store says 5.99 regular price 7.99. But another store says 17.99. Amazon has it for 18 but is refurbished and appears to be a package of 12.
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Here in Grove Oklahoma they are $5.99/each.
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Yeah that's total BS, maybe they mean 15-watt equivalent, where they compare it to the light output that a 15 watt incandescent would produce, which is very little.
Halogens average around 20 lumens per watt. So it should be around 300 lumens if it was a 15W equivalent.
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Halogens average around 20 lumens per watt. So it should be around 300 lumens if it was a 15W equivalent.
That seems more likely than 15 lumen, as that would be unacceptably dim on a flood light.
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