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[Dollarama] GE LED Bright Stix, 3 pack for $4 at Dollarama

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[Dollarama] GE LED Bright Stix, 3 pack for $4 at Dollarama

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$4
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60%
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Pack of 3 for $4, sells for $10 at Walmart. Found these at Dollarama at Burnhamthorpe and Creditview, Mississauga.
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good deal but had been better with the save on energy coupons
really good bulbs, quite bright
these are the daylight ones so on the blue side
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CorroCSaves wrote: Nice! Which location - Toronto?
I've seen these at a few locations in Hamilton; I think they might be chain-wide.
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These ones are good if you are looking to replace T-type bulbs. My bathroom light uses this type and this is the only one I found that fits aside from the mini CFL that it came with.
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differing wrote: I've seen these at a few locations in Hamilton; I think they might be chain-wide.
It's been my experience that the better deals are never chain-wide... only a few select stores in Ontario seem be benefit from these types of deals.
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You can use anything in enclosures. Just shorter life expectancy due to heat.
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Does it come in warm white? Picture shows daylight
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Nice deal indeed
Gotta check it out in my local store
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Got these at Walmart last year for 99 cents. I took them back because the light is blueish and very harsh.
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Save on energy (ON only) coming again in April! You can get these slightly less then.
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I also got a pack of these for like a dollar last year with the coupons from walmart, haven't tried them yet.
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giancarlob1 wrote: Usable in an enclosed fixture?
I've been using a pair of Bright Stiks in an enclosed fixture since June 2017. They are both starting to flicker somewhat frequently. They are the first bulbs I've ever had this issue with.
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RubberCheese wrote: I've been using a pair of Bright Stiks in an enclosed fixture since June 2017. They are both starting to flicker somewhat frequently. They are the first bulbs I've ever had this issue with.
Yeah, I have an assortment of GE, Philips, Ikea, Luminus, Globe and Cree bulbs, and the only bulbs that I've been having issues with (i.e. dying prematurely) are my GE bulbs.
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RubberCheese wrote:
I've been using a pair of Bright Stiks in an enclosed fixture since June 2017. They are both starting to flicker somewhat frequently. They are the first bulbs I've ever had this issue with.
ZipSpeed wrote: Yeah, I have an assortment of GE, Philips, Ikea, Luminus, Globe and Cree bulbs, and the only bulbs that I've been having issues with (i.e. dying prematurely) are my GE bulbs.
The only one I had issue was one decided to stop working one day altogether. I switched to the third one on the same pack, and out of curiosity tried the dead one again and it started working again, and stayed working ever since.

Otherwise no issues.
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RubberCheese wrote: I've been using a pair of Bright Stiks in an enclosed fixture since June 2017. They are both starting to flicker somewhat frequently. They are the first bulbs I've ever had this issue with.
I use these in my fridge, probably why I don't notice flickering. You might want to do the same. It's nice and compact in there.

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