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Cree 6-Watt (40W) A19 Warm White/Soft White (2700K) Dimmable LED Light Bulb - $4.97 & More @ Homedepot YMMV

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Seeing some good prices on dimmable LED online at HD here around zip 06117, most are only p/u i think

Prices might be regional though


Cree 6-Watt (40W) A19 Warm White (2700K) Dimmable LED Light Bulb (1-Pack) - $4.97 [homedepot.com]

Cree 6-Watt (40W) A19 Soft White (2700K) Dimmable LED Light Bulb (E)* - $4.97 [homedepot.com]

Cree 9.5-Watt (60W) Soft White Dimmable LED Light Bulb (1-Pack) (E)* - $6.97 [homedepot.com]

Philips 11-Watt (60W) A19 Soft White (2700K) Household Dimmable LED Light Bulb (E)* - $9.97 [homedepot.com]

Philips 3.5-Watt (25-Watt) B12 Decorative Candle Medium Base Soft White (2700K) Dimmable LED Light Bulb - $9.97 [homedepot.com]

Philips 8-Watt (50-Watt) PAR20 Bright White (3000K) Dimmable LED Flood Light Bulb - $12.97 [homedepot.com]

Philips 19.5-Watt (120W) PAR38 Indoor Soft White (2700K) LED Flood Light Dimmable Bulb (E*) - $19.97 [homedepot.com]

Other LED 4-packs significantly discounted

8.5-Watt (40W) A19 Bright White (3000K) LED Light Bulb (4-Pack) - $24.88 [homedepot.com]

8.5-Watt (40W) Daylight (5000K) A19 LED Light Bulb (4-Pack) - $24.88 [homedepot.com]

8-Watt (50W) PAR20 Bright White (3000K) LED Flood Light Bulb (4-Pack) - $47.88 [homedepot.com]

14-Watt (75W) BR30 Soft White (2700K) LED Flood Light Bulb (4-Pack) - $59.88 [homedepot.com]

15-Watt (75W) PAR30 Bright White (3000K) LED Flood Light Bulb (4-Pack) (E)* - $59.88 [15-Watt (75W) PAR30 Bright White (3000K) LED Flood Light Bulb (4-Pack) (E)*]


Not sure if these prices are valid in-store also, if so you can sign up below to receive a $5 off $50 in-store purchase coupon. You can use the gmail trick to print multiple coupons.


http://pages.homedepot.com/orange..._0&cj=true
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#76
Quote from patrocle View Post :
About a week ago , i got this:

GE 2-Pack 15-Watt (60W) A19 Medium Base Color Enhancing (2600K) CFL Bulbs (link [lowes.com])

from lowe's store for around $14 for outside to light up the drive way during night,

now, i am reading in the forum ,maybe i suppose to get LED maybe? confuse what will be best...

I was looking to get this here:

8.5-Watt (40W) Daylight (5000K) A19 LED Light Bulb (4-Pack) (link [homedepot.com])

from HomeDepot, for $24


So what's your guys opinion...on this?

Thanks for any advice on this...

Regards.
Get the CREE 40w LEDs for $5 if you can. CFLs do poorly outdoors due to the cold compared to LEDs.. Also no mercury. CFLs will be phased out over the upcoming years.
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#77
No go in Cincinnati ,
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#78
Quote from cellculturist View Post :
Try this in order to get OP's pricing:

Change your store to one near his zip code. Add however many items you want to your cart. Once done, go to your cart and change your pickup location to your local home depot. Worked for me.
Price gets jacked back up.
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#79
Quote from thegreatfixer View Post :
people are funny when they ask how long will this last
with all the green crap being shoved down our throat (for good and bad) this bulb will probably be BANNED IN 10 YEARS FROM NOW (can you say light bulb Levine) in favor of the newest generation of led or what ever we will be using then
Quote from Larron View Post :
You're a hoot. Conspiracies everywhere.

Or maybe, just maybe, as new technologies come along that are more efficient and effective than older technologies, we should occasionally upgrade.

It's hard to understand why folks who would think nothing of upgrading to a computer with better technology, believe that if incandescent light bulbs were good enough for their great grandpappy 100 years ago, they should be good enough today.
Conspiracy theories aside, I think most will agree that the CFL thing did not go well at all.

- color was funky for years, only now getting decent
- warm up time crappy, but they've pretty much solved that problem now
- only "soft" light available. Looks like crap in decorative lamps.
- quoted bulb life was nowhere near claimed years. Kinda of blows a hole through ROI.
- mercury
- hard to collect on the multi year warranty many mfgs claimed. I've tried.


LED should be much better though. It is pretty well understood, and there are no toxic substances in them that I know of. If they use rohs solder, it should be safe. In any case, they don't use flimsy glass to encapsulate substances. Home use also gets to piggy back on lessons learned from automotive LEDs.

Just make sure you properly dispose of CFL and LED bulbs. CFL has the mercury in it, and both bulb types have a small amount of electronics in them that should not go into the landfill.
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Quote from unlimitedmp View Post :
Get the CREE 40w LEDs for $5 if you can. CFLs do poorly outdoors due to the cold compared to LEDs.. Also no mercury. CFLs will be phased out over the upcoming years.
Thanks for the advice ! those CREE are 10$ in my area zip 95677,hmmm
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Quote from mojo_lo View Post :
Are the Cree bulbs in this thread the same models as the one in the article?

What's the diff between the soft white and warm white, since they're both 2700k temp?
Yes, these are the bulbs in the Wirecutter review. The 2700k bulbs are the same. The difference between those bulbs is not in the color. Just get the one with more reviews (the one with the "E" suffix).
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purchased gift cards through raise.com and now HD site is giving me an error message. what a hassle......
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#83
Quote from cellculturist View Post :
Try this in order to get OP's pricing:

Change your store to one near his zip code. Add however many items you want to your cart. Once done, go to your cart and change your pickup location to your local home depot. Worked for me.
I changed the pickup location and the price changed.

Unfortately, HD around here doesn't have the power company subsidy on Cree bulbs. It's just on some of the off brand and Philips ones, which cost more than the Crees even after the subsidy.
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Quote from mojo_lo View Post :
Are the Cree bulbs in this thread the same models as the one in the article?

What's the diff between the soft white and warm white, since they're both 2700k temp?
Quote from cellculturist View Post :
I just picked up some boxes of these from my local Home Depot from a previous slickdeal. The box (package of 4) says warm white on it, but the actual packaging of each bulb inside the box says soft white.

I am inclined to say they are the same bulb.
Quote from birdwax View Post :
Yes, these are the bulbs in the Wirecutter review. The 2700k bulbs are the same. The difference between those bulbs is not in the color. Just get the one with more reviews (the one with the "E" suffix).
Thanks.
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#85
thanks!
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#86
Quote from mojo_lo View Post :
Are the Cree bulbs in this thread the same models as the one in the article?

What's the diff between the soft white and warm white, since they're both 2700k temp?
Cree decided to change the packaging on the bulb to stop confusing people. Warm White and Soft White are the exact same bulb in different packaging.
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what is the gmail trick to print the multiple times
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#88
thanks for the deal. I bought 16 for the house
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#89
Quote from 300Lane1 View Post :
What is everybody using for outside porch lights? Looking to replace mine with LED's and wanted some suggestions.
I had to get some candelabras, and I had trouble finding something reasonable.

I ended up settling on these:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...UTF8&psc=1

Run you about $20-25 for 3. I've had good success with Feit, and these have been no different. They're on dusk to dawn for a few months now with no problems. Note that they are relatively 'warm' at 3000K. These are not "daylight" bulbs which are my personal preference. These bulbs use essentially 1/8 - 1/9th of the replaced 40Ws, and they're safe for damp locations.
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#90
Just a heads up this works with promo code HDHOLIDAY (5 off 50) , if you choose items that can ship the checkout is not smart enough to verify zip on check out and will ship anywhere even though you choose a different zip code. I just saved around 88 off an orginal 130.00 order which brought me down to 51.xx. If I had checked out locally it would of been around 130-140 for LED bulbs, using the different zip , with shipping to my house and promo I was able to achieve that discount.
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