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Luminus Elite A19, A21, PAR20, PAR30, BR30, B11, GU10 LED lights significant savings - ON. only

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[Costco] Luminus Elite A19, A21, PAR20, PAR30, BR30, B11, GU10 LED lights significant savings - ON. only

There's quite a few threads on this already, but not all details on the sale. Sale started Sep 30th, and ends Oct 30th.

Location Queensway, but seems to be Ontario only.

$9.99 - Luminus 9.5W A19, 3000K 800 lumens non-dimmable (pack of 8)
$10.99 - Luminus 17W A21, 3000K 1600 lumens dimmable (pack of 3)
$6.99 - Luminus Elite 4W B11 filament-type, 2700K 315 lumens dimmable (pack of 3)
$6.99 - Luminus Elite 5W B11, 3000K 315 lumens dimmable (pack of 3)
$5.99 - Luminus Elite 6W GU10, 3000K 400 lumens dimmable (pack of 3)
$5.99 - Luminus Elite 5.5W GU10, 3000K 430 lumens dimmable (pack of 4) - thanks spauldo!
$8.99 - Luminus Elite 7W PAR20, 3000K 500 lumens dimmable (pack of 2)
$3.99 - Luminus Elite 7W PAR20, 3000K 500 lumens dimmable (pack of 3)
$4.29 - Luminus Elite 10W PAR30, 3000K 830 lumens dimmable (single)
$3.99 - Luminus Elite 10W A19, 3000K 800 lumens dimmable (pack of 4)
$8.79 - Luminus Elite 12W BR30, 3000K 850 lumens dimmable (pack of 2)
$5.49 - Luminus Elite 12W BR30, 3000K 850 lumens dimmable (pack of 3)
$4.99 - Sunbeam 9.9W A19, 2700K 800 lumens dimmable (pack of 3)

Coupons were handed out by staff at the bulk display. Books and books of coupons were everywhere as well.

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Thread Summary
Selection varies from store to store. Some stores may even have ones not listed on this thread.

The Luminus Elite 4W B11 2700K filament-type lights seems to be VERY fragile. The glass is thin and brittle, so be extra careful when picking these up.

Regarding the GU10 4-pack and 3-packs (according to the manufacture here) have exactly the same bulb, so same specs. Just a misprint on the packaging. They do however, look slightly different physically. Lots of conflicting information. Latest post states otherwise here

Some members have found a 3-pack of the PAR20's for $3.99 (instead of the package of 2 for $8.99 as listed here). However, I do not have any pics or specs for this item. If you do, please let me know, and I can update the main thread.
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Similar (if not same) sale at Markham East location. Seems like everyone is having a sale on their LEDs this week.
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Do they have the coupons there or do we have to download them from somewhere?
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Slant wrote: Do they have the coupons there or do we have to download them from somewhere?
Coupons were provided by the reps at the location. There were books of coupons everywhere.
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twopointfivebar wrote:
Slant wrote: Do they have the coupons there or do we have to download them from somewhere?
Coupons were provided by the reps at the location. There were books of coupons everywhere.
Oshawa has em too. The booklets of coupons are on the displays. That being said, Luminous is a terrible company, no customer support if a bulb dies prematurely. Looking at 30% failure rate within 3 months
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nellium wrote:
twopointfivebar wrote:
Slant wrote: Do they have the coupons there or do we have to download them from somewhere?
Coupons were provided by the reps at the location. There were books of coupons everywhere.
Oshawa has em too. The booklets of coupons are on the displays. That being said, Luminous is a terrible company, no customer support if a bulb dies prematurely. Looking at 30% failure rate within 3 months
Not sure where your data comes from, but I've used Luminous CFLs and LEDs for at least 10 years, had some failures but certainly not 30%. I'm not saying Luminous is great but I'm slightly confused at the basis of your comments.
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ugh, why is everything 3000k? 2700k is so much nicer... unless you like living in ikea.
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Coupons are Ontario only.
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nellium wrote:
twopointfivebar wrote:
Slant wrote: Do they have the coupons there or do we have to download them from somewhere?
Coupons were provided by the reps at the location. There were books of coupons everywhere.
Oshawa has em too. The booklets of coupons are on the displays. That being said, Luminous is a terrible company, no customer support if a bulb dies prematurely. Looking at 30% failure rate within 3 months
I use a lot of their CFLs and the failure rate is always higher than their claimed failure rates. My CFLs typically die between 1 to 1.5 yrs and the odd ones at 6 months. I did once complain about their failure rates and they didn't reply back.
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yeah but comparing a CFL to LED is like a pinto to a mustang.

CFLs are pitiful bulbs
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I just did my whole house with these from Costco at full price, no discount in Edmonton, they are great bulbs. I needed 60 a19, and 8 BR30s

its amazing how many bulbs are in a house that you don't realize.
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steven80 wrote: ugh, why is everything 3000k? 2700k is so much nicer... unless you like living in ikea.
I find 3000k to be the sweet spot. 2700k is too yellow and 5000k is clinical.
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nellium wrote:
twopointfivebar wrote:
Slant wrote: Do they have the coupons there or do we have to download them from somewhere?
Coupons were provided by the reps at the location. There were books of coupons everywhere.
Oshawa has em too. The booklets of coupons are on the displays. That being said, Luminous is a terrible company, no customer support if a bulb dies prematurely. Looking at 30% failure rate within 3 months
Return defective ones to Costco. I like these bulbs because of the high CRI (most >90) combined with relatively high R9 values (>50 for the bulbs I've checked). The only other mainstream bulbs that are comparable are Cree TrueWhite series which isn't available in many form factors.
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nellium wrote:
twopointfivebar wrote:
Slant wrote: Do they have the coupons there or do we have to download them from somewhere?
Coupons were provided by the reps at the location. There were books of coupons everywhere.
Oshawa has em too. The booklets of coupons are on the displays. That being said, Luminous is a terrible company, no customer support if a bulb dies prematurely. Looking at 30% failure rate within 3 months
Funny... My entire house is lit with Luminous bulbs, this includes about 60x par20s, 20x br11 and 8x par30. I'm going on my 25th month with them now and not a single one has fail.


Not sure where you are getting your info from
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At the costco on elgin mills in richmond hill, I saw luminous LED filament bulbs - for the vintage / antique light fixtures. Came in packs of 3 i believe, but don't recall the price. First time I've seen costco carry them.

sorry, not the most useful post.
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Edison style candelabra style is 2700k... just bought some, looks and works great
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vader_slri wrote:
steven80 wrote: ugh, why is everything 3000k? 2700k is so much nicer... unless you like living in ikea.
I find 3000k to be the sweet spot. 2700k is too yellow and 5000k is clinical.
Agreed. IMO, 3000K is the perfect compromise temperature.
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steven80 wrote: ugh, why is everything 3000k? 2700k is so much nicer... unless you like living in ikea.
I find not everyones "2700k" is really 2700k. I like to soft yellow light as well and 3000k for these aren't really white.
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I have the older Luminous CFLs from Costco... they're terrible... lots only light up 1/2 way, take a while to fully turn on, or die after only a few months of sporadic use.

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