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[Costco] In-store products with Save On Energy promos [ON]

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[Costco] In-store products with Save On Energy promos [ON]

Visited my local Costco today and documented the products with the Save On Energy promo. It's as comprehensive as I could get. There may be a few missing items but this should cover the majority. Feel free to add to the list.
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Thanks!

This is truly a great post to save me making a trip or knowing to go!

MP

Edit: Whoa, anyone know anything about the wifi smart dimmer 2 pack for 31.99?????
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Got 4 types today at Costco - A19 60w high cri, A19 100W, GU10 and filaments , all Luminus
Folks, please BEWARE - Luminus (so far tested both A19s ) has high frequency flicker !
Easy to view even with iphone slo-mo.
Obviously crappy electronics inside (but what would I expect for the price). Something like this -


So for the garage or something - OK, keeping one pack, but surely not for kids play or dining room. The rest of cr@p gonna be returned.

Will check if Ikea has these savings, their LEDs known to not have flicker
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Was this in Ontario?
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diav wrote:
Oct 5th, 2018 10:11 pm
Was this in Ontario?
Yes. Newmarket, Ontario.
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can anyone comment on the wifi dimmer switches?

would primarily use with google home
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ToMWork wrote:
Oct 5th, 2018 10:03 pm
Got 4 types today at Costco - A19 60w high cri, A19 100W, GU10 and filaments , all Luminus
Folks, please BEWARE - Luminus (so far tested both A19s ) has high frequency flicker !
Easy to view even with iphone slo-mo.
Obviously crappy electronics inside (but what would I expect for the price). Something like this -


So for the garage or something - OK, keeping one pack, but surely not for kids play or dining room. The rest of cr@p gonna be returned.

Will check if Ikea has these savings, their LEDs known to not have flicker
Just curious what the concern/issue is if the flicker is not visible to the naked eye and only when watched back in slo-mo? I just did the slow mo test on all my LED lights including the Luminus chandelier bulbs I just purchased at Costco (for $1 each) and every single LED light in my house (more than 4 different brands) flicker when played back in slo-mo. Wondering if this is native to all LEDs since it appears so? The only light fixtures that didn't flicker in slo-mo were the incandescent or compact florescent fixtures, but again just curious on what the concern is if the flicker is otherwise undetectable.
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Does anyone see retrofit kit in GTA store?
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Krime1k wrote:
Oct 5th, 2018 10:28 pm
Just curious what the concern/issue is if the flicker is not visible to the naked eye and only when watched back in slo-mo? I just did the slow mo test on all my LED lights including the Luminus chandelier bulbs I just purchased at Costco (for $1 each) and every single LED light in my house (more than 4 different brands) flicker when played back in slo-mo. Wondering if this is native to all LEDs since it appears so? The only light fixtures that didn't flicker in slo-mo were the incandescent or compact florescent fixtures, but again just curious on what the concern is if the flicker is otherwise undetectable.
The flicker on these lights and other types of light bulbs can be seen by some people and it's very annoying, I happen to be one of them who can see the flicker all the time so these lights would drive me crazy.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flicker ... _threshold
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ToMWork wrote:
Oct 5th, 2018 10:03 pm
Got 4 types today at Costco - A19 60w high cri, A19 100W, GU10 and filaments , all Luminus
Folks, please BEWARE - Luminus (so far tested both A19s ) has high frequency flicker !
Easy to view even with iphone slo-mo.
Obviously crappy electronics inside (but what would I expect for the price). Something like this -


So for the garage or something - OK, keeping one pack, but surely not for kids play or dining room. The rest of cr@p gonna be returned.

Will check if Ikea has these savings, their LEDs known to not have flicker
All led flickers. Have you seen commercials of audi?

Doubt audi are using cheap electronics in the LED headlight.

If ur light flickers and you can see it with your own eyes its becaus of the dimmer.
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Krime1k wrote:
Oct 5th, 2018 10:28 pm
Just curious what the concern/issue is if the flicker is not visible to the naked eye and only when watched back in slo-mo? I just did the slow mo test on all my LED lights including the Luminus chandelier bulbs I just purchased at Costco (for $1 each) and every single LED light in my house (more than 4 different brands) flicker when played back in slo-mo. Wondering if this is native to all LEDs since it appears so? The only light fixtures that didn't flicker in slo-mo were the incandescent or compact florescent fixtures, but again just curious on what the concern is if the flicker is otherwise undetectable.
The thing is - even if the brain "cant see it" - it's still affecting the eye on a "hardware" level and it tries to accommodate to ever changing light intensity. Not good for the vision in long term by all means.

And I must admit, that is only a problem of [not necessarily] cheap bulbs - Philips A19, GU10 from Sylvania, and A19 from Ikea that I have in my house have no flicker at all, just a matter of proper electronics inside.
Simple test -
http://nadezhin.ru/lj/pic13b/karand02.jpg

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