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[Amazon Canada] SANSI 17W (170 Watt Equivalent) A19 Dimmable LED Bulb, 2500 Lumens, 5000K, E26 Base, 5-yr Warranty. 30% off. $26.59

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[Amazon Canada] SANSI 17W (170 Watt Equivalent) A19 Dimmable LED Bulb, 2500 Lumens, 5000K, E26 Base, 5-yr Warranty. 30% off. $26.59

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Comes with a 5 year warranty.
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5000K will burn your eyes. I recommende 2200 to 3000k max.
The higher, the more bluelight it will emit and disturb your sleep.
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Price and brand in the title, please.
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elgros4 wrote:
Feb 24th, 2019 1:11 pm
5000K will burn your eyes. I recommende 2200 to 3000k max.
Light colour is a matter of personal opinion ... some people only prefer 2200~3500K as it's close to what most incandescent lights were most times. Personally, I hate it as it casts a yellow hue on everything and does a poor job of rendering true colors.

Our home is completely 5000~5500K lighting and get compliments all the time about how "natural" feeling the lighting is ... and when we explain the colour temperature, people are shocked to know that it's that. Problem is people mix lighting colour temperatures in a home and it sticks out.
I'd rather be outdoors camping, kayaking, and mountain biking ...
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Thx OP. Picked one up for the garage, should give me plenty of light in there.
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Jojo_Madman wrote:
Feb 24th, 2019 1:27 pm
Light colour is a matter of personal opinion ... some people only prefer 2200~3500K as it's close to what most incandescent lights were most times. Personally, I hate it as it casts a yellow hue on everything and does a poor job of rendering true colors.

Our home is completely 5000~5500K lighting and get compliments all the time about how "natural" feeling the lighting is ... and when we explain the colour temperature, people are shocked to know that it's that. Problem is people mix lighting colour temperatures in a home and it sticks out.
Yes, but it will interfere more with you sleep wit more blue light wavelenght.
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elgros4 wrote:
Feb 24th, 2019 2:43 pm
Yes, but it will interfere more with you sleep wit more blue light wavelenght.
Don't know about you, but I generally sleep with the lights out ... unless I fall asleep on the couch, which any blue light doesnt seem to stop me.
I'd rather be outdoors camping, kayaking, and mountain biking ...
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elgros4 wrote:
Feb 24th, 2019 1:11 pm
The higher, the more bluelight it will emit and disturb your sleep.
I'd be more concerned about 2500 lumens disturbing my sleep...
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these seem too over prices. You got bulbs like 33 cents each. You could just get yourself say a splitter for the socket and put 2 bulbs instead...
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death_hawk wrote:
Feb 24th, 2019 3:03 pm
I'd be more concerned about 2500 lumens disturbing my sleep...
LOL ... or the neighbors
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kanechart wrote:
Feb 24th, 2019 3:09 pm
these seem too over prices. You got bulbs like 33 cents each. You could just get yourself say a splitter for the socket and put 2 bulbs instead...
Please link me any LED bulb for $0.33 each and I will buy all of them right now.
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Subscribing for a $0.33 led bulb
Lurking on RFD for years. Finally decided to make an account...😂
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Jojo_Madman wrote:
Feb 24th, 2019 1:27 pm
Light colour is a matter of personal opinion ... some people only prefer 2200~3500K as it's close to what most incandescent lights were most times. Personally, I hate it as it casts a yellow hue on everything and does a poor job of rendering true colors.

Our home is completely 5000~5500K lighting and get compliments all the time about how "natural" feeling the lighting is ... and when we explain the colour temperature, people are shocked to know that it's that. Problem is people mix lighting colour temperatures in a home and it sticks out.
To each their own. 5000k+ is hospital lighting. Keeps the doctors and nurses awake on their shift.
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0.33 led light bulb , hell of a hot deal.. lol
Anyone got a link?
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