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[Lowe's] Sylvania 8.5-Watt (60W Equivalent) Medium Base A19 Shape Soft White LED Led Bulb .50 starting Thursday-In store Only

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[Lowe's] Sylvania 8.5-Watt (60W Equivalent) Medium Base A19 Shape Soft White LED Led Bulb .50 starting Thursday-In store Only

Starting on Thursday Lowes has the Sylvania 8.5-Watt (60W Equivalent) Medium Base A19 Shape Soft White LED Led Bulb on sale for .50. In store only.

Limit of 5 per customer.
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Thanks OP.

Is ordering online for in-store pickup possible with this in-store only deal?
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I think I have a few of these, the base still gets quite warm, but they are bright and the colour is good, white with no noticeable blue or yellow.
I'll be in to pick up a few more.
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bubbasingh1 wrote: these more white then yellow?
2700k - very similar to a standard frosted bulb
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starscreamX wrote: Thanks OP.

Is ordering online for in-store pickup possible with this in-store only deal?
For only 5 bulbs? Now if there was no limit...

For me, the Lowe's store is a 5 minute walk from home so I can grab these tomorrow at 8 AM.

Thanks to the OP for the heads up...
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Rona and CT have similar sales, which brand is better?
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Any recommendations for 5000k bulbs ?
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I was at Lowes yesterday to check out the sale and picked up a 4 pack of dimmable "60w equivalent" 5000k Sylvania bulbs for $5. That's $1.25 per bulb. Pretty fair, I think, if they last.

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Is there a reason why common light temperatures are 2700K, 3000K, and 5000K instead of 3000K, 4000K, 5000K? It seems like the 2700K is not well loved, and close to 3000K. But the jump from 3000K to 5000K has an obvious middle ground methinks...
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These are boxed in a tray of 6, so I grabbed 12 altogether. They had a lady posted at the self-checkout stopping people with more than 5.
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mobile_mic wrote: I was at Lowes yesterday to check out the sale and picked up a 4 pack of 5 dimmable "60w equivalent" 5000k Sylvania bulbs for $5. That's $1.25 per bulb. Pretty fair, I think, if they last.

Mic

Is there a reason why common light temperatures are 2700K, 3000K, and 5000K instead of 3000K, 4000K, 5000K? It seems like the 2700K is not well loved, and close to 3000K. But the jump from 3000K to 5000K has an obvious middle ground methinks...
It's so difficult to find 4000k bulbs, which imo is the perfect temp and quite popular for recessed lights. But for some reason 4000k a19 bulbs are impossible to find
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RFDQ1016 wrote: It's so difficult to find 4000k bulbs, which imo is the perfect temp and quite popular for recessed lights. But for some reason 4000k a19 bulbs are impossible to find
I don't recall having seen a 4,000k led (or cfl) bulb.
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yvrwindsor wrote: I don't recall having seen a 4,000k led (or cfl) bulb.
Lowe's has 3500k which is the closest I know. I have mostly 3000k installed right now. I wish I went with 3500k-4000k.
5000k is good for bathrooms
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Jordanferras wrote: They've got 4 packs of the 4000k for 5 bucks as well
I see 5000k. Can you link 4000k.

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