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East** Possibly only QC- Sunbeam 3PK LED 11w A19 Bulbs $9.99 no limit

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[Costco] East** Possibly only QC- Sunbeam 3PK LED 11w A19 Bulbs $9.99 no limit

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I saw these both at St Jerome and Pointe Claire. I am not sure of the availability throughout the chain but PC had 1000 cards available today.

Regular price is $16.99 less instant rebate of $7.00

Good deal for good dim-able bulbs. 11W / 800 Lumens

Exp: 2015-05-24
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Energy star rated?

Looked at the picture again and it does have the Energy star symbol. So I guess we can use the $5 coupon in Ontario? That will make it a HOT deal.
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LoveRFD wrote: Energy star rated?

Looked at the picture again and it does have the Energy star symbol. So I guess we can use the $5 coupon in Ontario? That will make it a HOT deal.
I guess you could call a local Costco to see if they have stock. If the temp $7 rebate is throughout the eastern stores then yes, HOT DEAL!
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Just called Costco, East Gwillimbury. Price is $16.99. Doesn't look like it is across Eastern Stores.
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My in-laws have a couple sunbeam led bulbs. They dim them and they're awful. They don't get that low before just shutting off and they flicker when dimmed.

If you're not dimming them, I bet they will be fine, but if you want to dim, I wouldn't put them anywhere you're going to do light sensitive tasks (reading etc.).
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Greasy wrote: My in-laws have a couple sunbeam led bulbs. They dim them and they're awful. They don't get that low before just shutting off and they flicker when dimmed.

If you're not dimming them, I bet they will be fine, but if you want to dim, I wouldn't put them anywhere you're going to do light sensitive tasks (reading etc.).
Special dimmers are needed for LED bulbs so I was told by Lutron Customer Service. I've also had issues with dimming in the past with other models but this Sunbeam bulbs is not giving me the same dimming issues.
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larman2001 wrote: Special dimmers are needed for LED bulbs so I was told by Lutron Customer Service. I've also had issues with dimming in the past with other models but this Sunbeam bulbs is not giving me the same dimming issues.
This was with an LED dimmer from Lutron. I will however clarify that this was not with these bulbs in particular but the bulbs were sunbeam ones designed to be dimmed. So these may be fine, I personally just don't trust Sunbeam.
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LoveRFD wrote: Energy star rated?

Looked at the picture again and it does have the Energy star symbol. So I guess we can use the $5 coupon in Ontario? That will make it a HOT deal.
I don't think Costco is participating for it, they probably won't accept the $5 coupon.

According to this thread:
ontario-energy-star-coupons-2015-ontari ... s-1646187/

Redeem your coupons at these participating retailers:
TSC Stores
Walmart
Canadian Tire
Home Hardware
The Home Depot
Lowe's
Giant Tiger
Canada Computers
RONA
Living Lighting
Lite Source
Royal Lighting
Batteries Expert
Factory Direct
SmartRay/The LED Company
CanGeneral
K&S Value Centre
Turkstra Lumber
Han Star
BMR
Sescolite Lighting
Target
Supreme Lighting and Electric Supply
Union Lighting and Furnishings


EDIT: Just realized the thread is QC and the coupon I mentioned was Ontario.
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I had this bulbs, they gets very hot on the base when use.
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Costco Brossard (QC) had these at this price as well. They were quite heavy for LED bulbs, which I found odd. Especially seeing that these are slightly smaller than standard LED bulbs. I didn't buy any as I have a dozen spares at home which, if you buy into the LED hype, I will never need because I will die long before my installed LED bulbs do, lol.
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The light bulb is "omni-directional". Wow, who would have ever known? LOL.
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Confirmed @Boisbriand-QC. Lots left. Only soft white color (don't think they carry daylight...)
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gordholio wrote: The light bulb is "omni-directional". Wow, who would have ever known? LOL.
they are also "bright" and provide light in otherwise dark rooms.
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gordholio wrote: The light bulb is "omni-directional". Wow, who would have ever known? LOL.
Some bulbs are directional, so it's perfectly valid to distinguish this one as omni-directional...

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