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6-Pack TCP 5000K LED Light Bulbs (25W Equivalent, Candelabra Base)

The Driver 23 70 August 14, 2015 at 10:18 PM in Lighting (4) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 08-15-2015 by slickdewmaster at 08:20 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has TCP LED Light Bulbs (Candelabra Base) on sale for $20.98. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks The DriverAlternatively, Amazon.com has for its Prime Members: TCP LED Light Bulbs (Candelabra Base) on sale for $20.98. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more.

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Edited August 15, 2015 at 07:04 AM by TattyBear
Not that great of a price per bulb - but better than what I could find from a reputable store for candelabra base LED bulbs.
I needed a lot of these, and I hope they'll be bright enough (I need 6 for the master bedroom, etc). I really wanted the 40 or 60 W equivalent - but those are way more expensive.

Daylight / 5000K version:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/TCP-25.../205387069

Soft white / 2700K version (I had CREE all over the old house in this color temp and I loved them):
http://www.homedepot.com/p/TCP-25.../205387077

The $21 price is in San Diego area, btw. Not sure if it's nation-wide.

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I could swear these were higher price in Amazon 2-3 days ago when I looked last. Same price now in Amazon. Just under $21.
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Quote from The Driver View Post :
Not that great of a price per bulb - but better than what I could find from a reputable store for candelabra base LED bulbs.
I needed a lot of these, and I hope they'll be bright enough (I need 6 for the master bedroom, etc). I really wanted the 40 or 60 W equivalent - but those are way more expensive.

Daylight / 5000K version:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/TCP-25.../205387069

Soft white / 2700K version (I had CREE all over the old house in this color temp and I loved them):
http://www.homedepot.com/p/TCP-25.../205387077

Enjoy.
Might want to add the price $21 before the mob gets you
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Might want to add the price $21 before the mob gets you
Thank you - I just did:-).

Cheers.
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Will regular wall dimmers work with these?
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My chandeliers current have 60 incandescent in them. How much dimmer are these going to be?
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I could swear these were higher price in Amazon 2-3 days ago when I looked last. Same price now in Amazon. Just under $21.
Well you are correct. they were $30 a few days ago, but now the same price as HD:
http://www.amazon.com/TCP-LDCT4W2...B00KDZGOI4

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Will regular wall dimmers work with these?
Yes, works just like with standard bulbs.
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My chandeliers current have 60 incandescent in them. How much dimmer are these going to be?
Quite a bit per bulb. The light output on these is the 200 lumens compared to 450-575 lumens on standard 60W incandescent B10 bulbs
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Quite a bit per bulb. The light output on these is the 200 lumens compared to 450-575 lumens on standard 60W incandescent B10 bulbs

Thanks. I think I was just trying to justify it in my head. I need 10 60 watt candelabra bulbs, and don't want to pay $200 for them.
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25W equivalent is a joke FYI. These will not light up your room. Only buy these if you want them just for looks. I use candelabra 60W equiv CFL's which are 800 lumens each. These are 200 each.
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I have these same bulbs but in the 5W (40W equv) Daylight and I find them to seem much brighter than 40W incandescent bulbs... maybe it would be the same for the 4 watt ones too? The 5 watt ones on Amazon are $48 though and 1W less is $21. I'd probably buy one pack and see if they are bright enough for you then if so go buy the rest that you need. $21 is a darn good price on these!
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Whats the difference between 5000k (daylight) and 2700K?

how to know which to buy for my chandelier in my dining room?
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Can someone link some 60 watt equivalent cfl or led? Seems like these only come in 25w or 40w, or regular size bulb with candelabra bottoms. Thanks!
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