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[Lowe's] SYLVANIA 60-Watt LED A19 LED Light Bulb 24-Pack ($14.99)

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[Lowe's] SYLVANIA 60-Watt LED A19 LED Light Bulb 24-Pack ($14.99)

None available online but you can reserve to your local store. Get them while you can. Hoping The home Depot price matches.

UPDATE:
Limited quantity is available online, shipping prices are around $8 for 1 pack and $11 for 2. If your going to spend more than $50 make sure to sign up for the mailing list for $10 off.


UPDATE: DECEMBER. 2
Still lots of stock available!

UPDATE: DECEMBER. 14
STILL AVAILABLE GRAB EM WHILE YOU CAN!
Last edited by Stoncs on Dec 14th, 2019 7:23 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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Just bought 2 packs online, they are available!
Thanks OP, bought 25!
(Mod edit: You are awesome)
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Feb 26, 2006
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Ordered thanks op. Stock online
Newbie
Mar 30, 2010
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Thanks OP. Not sure why there were any down votes.
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I thought Lowe's policy was that they don't allow clearance items to be shipped via parcel shipping (most of the Philips Hue online orders by parcel shipping were cancelled). Will this one get cancelled too?
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Ordered 4 for free shipping
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Apr 30, 2008
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These are 5000K and non-dimmable. I personally prefer 2700K-3000K at home.

Incidentally I bought a 4-pack today of the 60 watt dimmables 2700K. They are more expensive at 9.99
As i turn them on there's like a half a second delay. Very annoying, will be returning them.
I also got a 4 pack of the 100 watt ones, that work perfectly fine.
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Almost bought a bunch but using 5000K at home is a little too harsh for me. No thanks!

(Thanks for correction below on harshness Vs brightness)
Last edited by CyniC- on Nov 16th, 2019 10:50 am, edited 1 time in total.
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CyniC- wrote: Almost bought a bunch but using 5000K at home is a little too bright for me. No thanks!
5000K has nothing to do with brightness, that is Lumens. 5000K is not too bright, its too harsh.

And while we are on the topic, we have to stop calling them 60 Watt ( they are really 8.5 Watt) , we should call them 800 Lumens
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Mar 26, 2019
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If you buy three or more packs there’s 10% off reflected in cart. Plus free shipping over $50. And $10 off if you sign up for newsletter. Planning to get 4 packs.
thanks op!
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Mar 26, 2019
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Signed up for mailing list but didn’t get email right away how long does it take? Is it just a promo code?
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5000k works great in bathrooms and desks
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Oct 7, 2007
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Since I haven't seen anyone mention it, you can get the 2700K bulbs for the same price. My local store had lots of these in stock.

I ended up buying 24 of each temperature for home & garage, so thanks OP!
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