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Costco Feit Daylight 5"/6" retrofit 4 pack $29.99 + FS

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Online only $10 off coupon starts today. Lowest I have seen for Daylight retrofit...

https://www.costco.com/.product.1...ebruaryMVM

Free shipping. I believe. These are much better than what you can buy on Amazon as most of the common dimmers work with these. No buzzing and dims to off completely.

I bought 44 of these recently and have to ask for price match, if possible.
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Check in store. Last weekend I bought them for $13 for a 2 pack. They were 2700k though
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Costco has the Feit 5"-6" Retrofit 5k Daylight 925 Lumens Lights, 4 Pack on sale for $30 after a $10 manufacturer discount. Offer valid 2/16/17-3/16/17. Lifetime return policy with Costco as always. Own these...Great product.

https://www.costco.com/.product.100155807.html

Product Details

Feit Electric energy efficient performance LED retrofit kits are compatible with most 5"and 6" recessed cans. They are Energy Star approved, easy to install, dimmable, instant on to full brightness and last up to 50,000 hours. Each kit comes with a standard base adapter and a pre-mounted trim. They are available in both soft white and daylight color temperatures. They are suitable for wet location and air tight housings.
What makes LEDs special is that they achieve their brightness with up to 90% less energy than incandescent bulbs. They also last up to 50,000 hours, RoHS compliant and mercury free. Additional benefits include energy saving, instant on to full brightness, color consistency, low heat, durable and long life.

Features:

5" - 6" Retrofit Kit
Actual Wattage: 14
Replacement Wattage: 75
Life Hours: 50,000
Lumens per Watt: 66
Brightness (Lumens): 925
Energy Savings %: 79%
Color Temp: 5,000K Daylight
Packaging: 1 Case (4 Retrofit Kits)
Earth Friendly Attributes: Energy Saving, Mercury Free, Recycled Packaging
Base Type: Standard Base Adapter
Usage: Indoor, Dimmable
Common Application: Recessed Lighting
Energy Star: Yes
RoHS: Yes
M.O.L: 4.2"H x 5.15"D
Life Years*: 45.7
Volts: 120
Beam Spread: 120

* Life is based on 3 hrs/day
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So is there a light bulb in these things? Are these supposed to go inside one of the recessed lighting holes in your house instead of a light bulb?
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So is there a light bulb in these things? Are these supposed to go inside one of the recessed lighting holes in your house instead of a light bulb?
Yes. LED light. These come fit a small fitting that you can screw into your bulb socket. Takes literally less than a minute.
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Check in store. Last weekend I bought them for $13 for a 2 pack. They were 2700k though
These are daylight bulbs. Generally more expensive. Typically run $9-$10 per bulb.
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How do ya'll keep them against the ceiling? I've installed maybe 20 of these from 3 brands and they all start to sag down after a week or two. Night tight fit initially but with vibrations from music, walking around etc.. it seems they move a little over time. Wondering if I need to glue them to the ceiling or something to keep them snug?
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How do ya'll keep them against the ceiling? I've installed maybe 20 of these from 3 brands and they all start to sag down after a week or two. Night tight fit initially but with vibrations from music, walking around etc.. it seems they move a little over time. Wondering if I need to glue them to the ceiling or something to keep them snug?
Are you a big dubstep fan? Smilie I haven't seen other reviews mentioning this problem but I'm considering getting something like these (I have so many damn can lights in this house...) so I'm very curious if anyone else has had this problem - so, if anyone is still reading this thread have you had issue with saggy lights as they age?
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