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Promoted 08-24-2016 by johnny_miller at 01:27 PM View Original Post
Oak Leaf LLC via Amazon has 6-Pk Oak Leaf 200 Lumens Edition Style LED Dimmable Light Bulbs (ST64) for $29.99 - $12 w/ promotional code 2NHZGXQ6 = $17.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks RamonitaH

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Coupon Code: 2NHZGXQ6 -(Code Just for only one Purchase & Pack of 6)
Deal Price: $17.99

Amazon.com has 6-Pack & 4w ST64 Vintage Edison Dimmable Light Bulb - LED Lighting Soft White 2700K on Sale for $29.99 - But Now $12 w/ promotional code ( 2NHZGXQ6 )= $17.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.
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I have these and they are super dim. Much more suited for accent lights than (as I'm using them) dinner table chandelier lights. They work as described, but the lumen output is somewhere between "barely illuminated" and "stumbling in the dark". And yes, I have them on an LED compatible dimmer switch.
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I purchased them the last time around and I thought the light output was more than sufficient. They seem to be equivalent to about a 40w incadescent. To be fair, I wanted a slightly dimmer/yellow output for my dining area so it worked out perfectly.

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I have these and they are super dim. Much more suited for accent lights than (as I'm using them) dinner table chandelier lights. They work as described, but the lumen output is somewhere between "barely illuminated" and "stumbling in the dark". And yes, I have them on an LED compatible dimmer switch.
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A 4w LED that is 'modern' and not intended to be vintage would be roughly = to a 17w incandescent, which is barely brighter than a night light.
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yeah have a few similar to these and they could hardly light a flameless candle

edit - i love the appearance but the functionality is not good. these should not be used as primary light source unless your room has a lot of natural light or if youre going for the cave effect
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Last edited by michaelrose August 23, 2016 at 02:30 PM.
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Yep...tried these and they very subpar in the way of light output.

I find it quite surprising everyone that commented don't like them...but oddly it so far has an abnormally high number of "thumbs up" from this new members third party post.
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I purchased them the last time around and I thought the light output was more than sufficient. They seem to be equivalent to about a 40w incadescent. To be fair, I wanted a slightly dimmer/yellow output for my dining area so it worked out perfectly.

Edit: Added picture
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Last edited by sisq0kidd August 23, 2016 at 02:44 PM.
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I've been waiting for this deal to come up again!! I bought them last time and needed 6 more.... Thanks!!
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Quote from sisq0kidd View Post :
I purchased them the last time around and I thought the light output was more than sufficient. They seem to be equivalent to about a 40w incadescent. To be fair, I wanted a slightly dimmer/yellow output for my dining area so it worked out perfectly.

Edit: Added picture
Thank you for that description & pic -- helpful.
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Yep...tried these and they very subpar in the way of light output.

I find it quite surprising everyone that commented don't like them...but oddly it so far has an abnormally high number of "thumbs up" from this new members third party post.
Participating here is getting tougher and tougher - crappy resellers TD posts that they want to bury, while crappy shills TU posts they want to promote. And the only thing that seems to ever make it to the FP are deals that SD will make money off of. So marginal nonsense ends up there as legit deals go unnoticed in the forums. Still, I hold out hope it's a course that'll be corrected before it becomes fatal.

Edit: tried giving you reps, but apparently you're the last member I gave reps to lol Apparently we agree on a lot High Five
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Last edited by kcast August 23, 2016 at 02:58 PM.
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I have 4 of these in ''daylight'' white for my living room. They are not very bright. One 10w led bulb will easily illuminate better than 4 of these.
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Quote from McWetty View Post :
I have these and they are super dim. Much more suited for accent lights than (as I'm using them) dinner table chandelier lights. They work as described, but the lumen output is somewhere between "barely illuminated" and "stumbling in the dark". And yes, I have them on an LED compatible dimmer switch.
I also have them on a dimmer switch. They certainly aren't bright, but I'd also rate them about 40w. They are pretty neat looking though.

My problem is that they don't have a high enough resistance to ever actually turn completely off on the dimmer switch. I dim them all the way down to 0%, and they are still lit, albeit barely. I replaced the bulb with a 100w equivalent bulb, and it actually turns off.
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Anyone know if the coupon is only one time use per account? I want to get a 2 packs..
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Quote from chucktaylur View Post :
I have 4 of these in ''daylight'' white for my living room. They are not very bright. One 10w led bulb will easily illuminate better than 4 of these.
Maybe these will work out in multi bulb situations. I have a bathroom with a six bulb fixture in it. In the LED world, only 60w equiv and up is readily available. Occasionally, I see 40w equiv. Since I don't like dimmers, this bulb could do the trick.
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I am going to be making a custom chandelier and this is perfect. I don't want a super bright chandelier anyway, and will have 4 to 6 can lights to light the room...

perfect... TU and repped
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