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Woot, 50 pack AmazonCommercial 60 Watt Equivalent, 10,000 Hours, Non-Dimmable, E26 Base, A19 LED Light Bulb, Daylight $25.99

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Woot has 50 pack AmazonCommercial 60 Watt Equivalent, 10,000 Hours, Non-Dimmable, E26 Base, A19 LED Light Bulb, Daylight for $25.99. Shipping is free for Prime members.

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800 lumens and no mention of exact color temperature
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They're four for a buck at the local dollar stores.
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They're four for a buck at the local dollar stores.
no, they are $1 each
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There are always plenty of sales on the 60w equivalent LED's, but could use some higher wattage equivalent bulbs. And now down to 10,000 hours, what happened to the 50,000 hour rated bulbs? Maybe Amazon is being more realistic.... never had one last 50,000 hours yet, but it sounds good.

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Quote from PurplePeopleEater :
800 lumens and no mention of exact color temperature
They do have the option of Daylight or Soft White.... Daylight should be around 6000 to 6500 kelvin, while Soft White should be around 3000 to 3500 kelvin.

Not offered, but Cool White should be in the 4,000 to 5,000 kelvin range with a hint of blue that is more or less versatile. Even when rated specific, I have yet to have any LED spot on, so you have the choice of subdued white light (soft white), or blue bright (daylight) lighting..... maybe Smilie
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this means these bulbs have low CRI
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Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska, California, Hawaii, PO Boxes, and APO addresses is not available for this item
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no, they are $1 each
No, I buy 2 packs at Dollar Tree all the time. 100 watt equivalent too
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No, I buy 2 packs at Dollar Tree all the time. 100 watt equivalent too
I guess if you buy them all the time, they don't last very long
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Cannot ship to CA : (
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There are always plenty of sales on the 60w equivalent LED's, but could use some higher wattage equivalent bulbs. And now down to 10,000 hours, what happened to the 50,000 hour rated bulbs? Maybe Amazon is being more realistic.... never had one last 50,000 hours yet, but it sounds good.

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They do have the option of Daylight or Soft White.... Daylight should be around 6000 to 6500 kelvin, while Soft White should be around 3000 to 3500 kelvin.

Not offered, but Cool White should be in the 4,000 to 5,000 kelvin range with a hint of blue that is more or less versatile. Even when rated specific, I have yet to have any LED spot on, so you have the choice of subdued white light (soft white), or blue bright (daylight) lighting..... maybe https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Daylight is 4,000 to 5,000 Cool white is 6,000 to 7,000.
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this means these bulbs have low CRI
Is that the reason why they don't ship to those states? Do those states have some laws against low CRI bulbs?
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Daylight is 4,000 to 5,000 Cool white is 6,000 to 7,000.
In the USA, the term 'Cool White' carries over from Florescent in the 4,000 to 5,000 kelvin range, whereas Asian manufactures of LED's coat their lights with a visible blue haze and call those "Cool White,' Cool Daylight,' etc. To save the confusion, EVERY listing should describe actual kelvin.
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Is that the reason why they don't ship to those states? Do those states have some laws against low CRI bulbs?
think CA has law requiring higher CRI. this requirement increments over few years. probably 90 or higher now or soon
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What about the quality?
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Bit; worse case scenario I sent them back.
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