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[Amazon.ca/HD]PHILIPS Led 8W=60W Daylight Non-Dimmable (5000K) 6 Pack - $24.97

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[Amazon.ca/HD]PHILIPS Led 8W=60W Daylight Non-Dimmable (5000K) 6 Pack - $24.97

This is Non-dimmable. If you need dimmable, look at post#6

Amazon
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B0144M ... UTF8&psc=1

HD
https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.led- ... 34147.html


Energy-efficient replacement for 60W incandescent bulb. 8W = 60W
Daylight (5000K), similar to natural daylight. 800 lumens
Long life, last up to 10,000 Plus hours or 10 years when used 3 hours per day, 7 days a week.
Non-dimmable
A19 Shape medium base 6 pack
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Jul 1, 2015
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Vancouver, BC
I like these better than the Sunbeam ones from Costco.
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Oct 31, 2006
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Can these be dimmed?
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zenox wrote: Can these be dimmed?
no.
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Nov 15, 2005
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Clutch77 wrote: I like these better than the Sunbeam ones from Costco.
I am the reverse. These are lighter than the sunbeam ones, but thr problem I had with these are that they give out a electric buzzing sound while the sunbeam ones don't. Not too loud to notice in a kitchen or living room, but enough to bug you in a smaller environment like a toilet.

I use sunbeam for washrooms and these for living room.
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For those people who need dimmable. You need the following one. It is actually on sale from HD even it doesn't say so. Although you see the price is about double compare with the non-dimmable. The "hour life" is more than double for the dimmable one. The only problem is that you need to spend more money to start with and the dimmable one is 9W instead of 8W.

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.led- ... 26958.html
zenox wrote: Can these be dimmed?
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$4.17 per bulb, this is a great deal
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Yes, it is good price. I think price is very closed to when Ontario has the $3 coupon, maybe even cheaper now. I don't remember what was the regular price when we had the $3 coupon. I just remember that the regular price for some of the Philips bulb has gone down a little bit after the $3 coupon expired.
tablo13 wrote: $4.17 per bulb, this is a great deal
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Just bought last week at Home Depot.

They are very good.

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