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Feit Electric 10-Pack 60W Equivalent A19 LED $14.99 (Daylight/Warm White)

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[Lowe's] Feit Electric 10-Pack 60W Equivalent A19 LED $14.99 (Daylight/Warm White)

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May 23, 2019
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Great deal for quality bulbs. These are a big step up from the dollar-store led bulbs I was previously using, the difference in Color Rendering Index is super noticeable.
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Sep 1, 2014
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Costco got 18pc warm white, non dimmable, similar specs, A19 60W equivalent on sale. I saw at Kitchener Costco. Can't recall the exact price, but was less than $15. Just sharing. Good day.
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It seems almost impossible to find 100W equivalent dimmable bulbs these days. I get that people "like" 60W equivalent, but I like being able to pump up the brightness when I need it, rather than being stuck with dim bulbs.

I've only been able to find 100W equivalents in non-dimmable form or for like $40 a bulb :(
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Jan 12, 2017
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harmanps wrote: Costco got 18pc warm white, non dimmable, similar specs, A19 60W equivalent on sale. I saw at Kitchener Costco. Can't recall the exact price, but was less than $15. Just sharing. Good day.
I dont buy from Costco now as it only carries warm white, not daylight.
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Sep 1, 2014
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HaZaRd wrote: It seems almost impossible to find 100W equivalent dimmable bulbs these days. I get that people "like" 60W equivalent, but I like being able to pump up the brightness when I need it, rather than being stuck with dim bulbs.

I've only been able to find 100W equivalents in non-dimmable form or for like $40 a bulb :(
Hello. Kitchener/Waterloo Costco carries 100w equivalents. Around $3 a piece.
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Jul 7, 2010
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HaZaRd wrote: It seems almost impossible to find 100W equivalent dimmable bulbs these days. I get that people "like" 60W equivalent, but I like being able to pump up the brightness when I need it, rather than being stuck with dim bulbs.

I've only been able to find 100W equivalents in non-dimmable form or for like $40 a bulb :(
Dollarama has 75W dimmable phillips bulbs for $4 that I find nice and bright if that's an option.
I spend too much money thanks to RFD.
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harmanps wrote: Hello. Kitchener/Waterloo Costco carries 100w equivalents. Around $3 a piece.
Yeah I've seen these, but not dimmable.
viperk1 wrote: Dollarama has 75W dimmable phillips bulbs for $4 that I find nice and bright if that's an option.
I have a couple of these that are okay but they're not that bright to my eyes.
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Bumnose wrote: Great deal for quality bulbs. These are a big step up from the dollar-store led bulbs I was previously using, the difference in Color Rendering Index is super noticeable.
I've never heard of this brand before. How is it better than the competition?
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Nov 26, 2015
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Sgt_Strider wrote: I've never heard of this brand before. How is it better than the competition?
They just said CRI is better. I have the FEIT enhance bulbs (black box) with an even higher CRI, but Canadian availability wasn’t great last time I checked. I bought mine on Amazon and eBay.
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harmanps wrote: Hello. Kitchener/Waterloo Costco carries 100w equivalents. Around $3 a piece.
are they daylight 5000K, do you have product number? Thx!
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wrenkin wrote: They just said CRI is better. I have the FEIT enhance bulbs (black box) with an even higher CRI, but Canadian availability wasn’t great last time I checked. I bought mine on Amazon and eBay.
What's the CRI of these bulbs?
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Can these be out into enclosed fixtures outdoors?
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viperk1 wrote: Dollarama has 75W dimmable phillips bulbs for $4 that I find nice and bright if that's an option.
Day light??? 5000k??
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HaZaRd wrote: It seems almost impossible to find 100W equivalent dimmable bulbs these days. I get that people "like" 60W equivalent, but I like being able to pump up the brightness when I need it, rather than being stuck with dim bulbs.

I've only been able to find 100W equivalents in non-dimmable form or for like $40 a bulb :(
How about this???
https://www.costco.ca/luminus-led-15w-a ... 67372.html
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