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3-Pack GE Bright Stik 60W Equivalent A19 Soft White LED Bulbs EXPIRED

delicopsch56 197 46 May 10, 2016 at 12:30 PM in Lighting (4) More Lowe's Deals
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Promoted 05-12-2016 by Discombobulated at 12:52 AM View Original Post
Lowes.com has 3-Pack GE Bright Stik 60W Equivalent 2800K A19 Medium Base Soft White LED Bulbs (E-26) on sale from $6.98 or less (depending on location). Select free in-store pickup if stock is available. Thanks delicopsch56

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  • 3x GE Bright Stik 60W Equivalent 2800K Medium Base Soft WHite Indoor LED Light Bulbs

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Each Bright Stik is 60W equivalent at 760 lumens w/ a unique cylindrical shape that fits more sockets than an ordinary bulb. Estimated to last about 13.7 years at 3 hours/day with a savings of $1.20 at 3 hours per day energy cost - Discombobulated

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Bright Stik 3-Pack 10-Watt (60W Equivalent) 2,800K A19 Medium Base (E-26) Soft White Indoor LED Bulbs
15000 hours
Not dimmable

http://www.lowes.com/pd_760359-37...=999993416

Unique cylindrical shape fits more sockets than an ordinary bulb
Always ready instant full brightness with a warm soft white light
Lasts 13.7 years at 3 hours per day
Contains no mercury for worry free use and disposal
60-watt equivalent at 760 lumens
Estimated annual energy cost of $1.20 at 3 hours per day
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Last Edited by NeoSlick May 17, 2016 at 11:17 PM
These interfere with broadcast (antenna) TV on some channels. They are RF noisy. Cell phones are radios too; so they might drop signal near them; depending on the harmonics. At least make sure you're OK with the return policy. Now you know to test them.

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These things are pretty small and very bright. I put one my kill-a-watt meter for 15 minutes. Pulled 9.8-9.9 watts initially, then settled in at 9.4-9.5. I didn't bother getting my temp gun, the led light portion puts off near zero heat like most other leds, the ceramic base does put off heat as the others do, but it didn't seem much warmer or cooler than any others, I could hold onto it without burning myself.

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#4
Pretty cheap price, especially since they're not dependent on a local power company rebate. But be aware that these are not dimmable.
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#5
Decent appliance bulb that's not exposed to above a continuous 120°F.
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Decent appliance bulb that's not exposed to above a continuous 120°F.
Appliance bulbs don't produce 760 Lumens. This must be a clearance item as there are none in my area or in my state, case closed for me.

Not a bad price for a name brand LED, but as noted they're non-dimmable. Never saw a funkier shaped general purpose 60w equivalent, but some women may like 'em shaped like that... woot
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found store that has 78 in stock...78
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I just thought I'd give them a try as all the great deals for non-subsidized bulbs seem to have petered out. They're a name brand. As to the subsidized bulbs, you're likely paying one way or the other. I like my electricity rates just fine without paying for other folks lightbulbs.
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As to the subsidized bulbs, you're likely paying one way or the other. I like my electricity rates just fine without paying for other folks lightbulbs.

If you pay your bill, or pay taxes, you are subsidizing.
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#10
I found dimmable LED last longer.
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very good Bulbs
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#12
I have these in daylight...i love them. Very nice bulbs. I like the shape.
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as low as 5.98 in GA
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#14
picked up a 6 pack of these @ sams for $15
so not so slick in general.
these are okay, work in places where i don't need dimmable lights. (garage, washroom), etc)
would like to find a dimmable version though.
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#15
These are crap bulbs. They have a short life vs newer versions, run hotter, donlt dim. I'd rather pay a smidgen more and get the 25000 to 50000 hour version that is out there that dim and run cooler and are 9 watt for the same or more lumen.
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