EcoSmart 161167 Deal:

4-Pack of EcoSmart 60W Equivalent Daylight (5000K) Twister CFL Light Bulb

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4-Pack of EcoSmart 60W Equivalent Daylight (5000K) Twister CFL Light Bulb
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EcoSmart 4 pack $3.57

Rated 4.3 out of 5 based on 70+ reviews, also have good reviews on Amazon where the price is ~ $10/4pkSave up to $220.00 in energy costs with the EcoSmart 14-Watt (60W) Daylight CFL Light Bulbs (4-Pack) (E)*. These bulbs provide accurate color rendition and simulate natural sunlight in table lamps, sconces and other general lighting applications. The bulbs use 75% less energy than their 60-watt incandescent equivalents. (E)* means this bulb meets Federal minimum efficiency standards. 

  • Brightness: 800 lumens
  • Estimated Yearly Energy Cost: $1.69 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11¢/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use.)
  • Life: 9.1 years (Based on 3 hrs/day)
  • Light Appearance: 5000K (Daylight)
  • Energy Used: 14-watts (equivalent to a 60-watt standard incandescent light bulb
  • Lumens per Watt: 57
  • Uses 75% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Lighting application: Indoor/Outdoor Enclosed; Ideal for use in table lamps, sconces, ceiling mount fixtures and other general lighting applications
  • Spiral shape with a medium base
  • Dimmable: N
  • Meets Federal minimum efficiency standards for Energy Star rating
  • Contains Mercury: Y (For more on clean-up and safe disposal visit: epa.gov/cfl)

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You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.Return To Top SPECIFICATIONS
3-Way  No  Actual Color Temperature (K)  5000 
Assembled Depth (in.)  1.9 in  Assembled Height (in.)  3.9 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  1.9 in  Average Life (hours)  10000 
Bulb Diameter (In.)  1.9  Bulb Type  Household 
Color Rendering Index  82  Dimmable  No 
ENERGY STAR Certified  Yes  Indoor/Outdoor  Indoor 
Light Bulb Base Code  Medium  Light Bulb Features  No additional features 
Light Bulb Shape Code  SPIRAL  Light Color  Daylight 
Light Output (lumens)  800  Manufacturer Warranty  9 Year Warranty 
Number in Package  Returnable  90-Day 
Shatter Resistant  No  Specialty Bulb Type  Household / General Purpose 
Watt Equivalence  60  Wattage (watts)  14 

 

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Shows 6.97

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sleakpocket said:   Shows 6.97
  Maybe it's regional, because it shows $3.57 for me, Store # 8994 - Chesterfield, MO. 

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EcoSmart 60W Equivalent Daylight (5000K) Twister CFL Light Bulb (4-Pack)
Model # ES5M814450K Store SKU # 161167
4.3 out of 5
(78) Write a Review
$3.57 / each limit 10 per order
Was $8.97
Save $5.40 (60%)
233 in Stock at Chesterfield,mo #8994 (change pick up store)PRODUCT SOLD : In Store Only

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FYI, the 5000K color range (AKA, "daylight") is not a warm light. If you're wanting a certain look for your home (eg, laundromat on the bad side of town), this is a good option.

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Dotbody said:   FYI, the 5000K color range (AKA, "daylight") is not a warm light. If you're wanting a certain look for your home (eg, laundromat on the bad side of town), this is a good option.
  
I bought these specifically for my basement, which doesn't have any windows, and for the garage.  I agree these aren't appropriate for living room, dining room, etc unless you want to see every pore on your spouses nose. 

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Dotbody said:   FYI, the 5000K color range (AKA, "daylight") is not a warm light. If you're wanting a certain look for your home (eg, laundromat on the bad side of town), this is a good option.
  Daylight is 6500K, this is a little yellowish.

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Quality of these bulbs is abysmal, Don't buy this Brand

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napilnik said:   Quality of these bulbs is abysmal, Don't buy this Brand
Is that from personal experience? The reviews on HD and Amazon are positive. Just curious

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We bought a bunch of these, the lady loves the white light but our house looks like a retail store now. Output is nice though, blends in nicely with our CREE 5000k LED

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$5.97, NY

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For the most part, when it comes to light bulbs at B&M stores the price varies. Local governments and power companies sometimes subsidies these bulbs. Hence why in Idaho I see $7 a pack and not the $3.5.

EDIT: Regarding the quality of these bulbs we have not had good luck. Yesterday I finally replaced three of these in our home after 6 months of use. One had the film\powder inside come off and and bulb cracked, one cracked at the base of the bulb, and the third just died. I know the quality of cheap CFLs never last as long as they advertise, but this brand has been the worst I've owned. Hopefully I just got a bad box or something.

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napilnik said:   Quality of these bulbs is abysmal, Don't buy this Brand
  This is also a Consumer Reports top rated brand for their 60w soft-white version. Can't say that it translates directly to the daylight versions.

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$8.97 @ NC

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amhidogha said:   
Dotbody said:   FYI, the 5000K color range (AKA, "daylight") is not a warm light. If you're wanting a certain look for your home (eg, laundromat on the bad side of town), this is a good option.
  Daylight is 6500K, this is a little yellowish.

  No, Daylight is 5000-5500 Kelvin.  (As someone who does photography, we generally use 5500K as "Daylight Balanced")

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Incand-3500-5500-color-temp-co...

I prefer something warmer, max at 5000K and as low as 3000K.

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coachfish99 said:   
amhidogha said:   
Dotbody said:   FYI, the 5000K color range (AKA, "daylight") is not a warm light. If you're wanting a certain look for your home (eg, laundromat on the bad side of town), this is a good option.
  Daylight is 6500K, this is a little yellowish.

  No, Daylight is 5000-5500 Kelvin.  (As someone who does photography, we generally use 5500K as "Daylight Balanced")

  
Daylight CFLs/tubelights have always historically been 6500K until recently when 5000-6000K started becoming commonly available. I have been using 6500K daylight (CFLs and tubelights) for 20+ years now, when it was not common for color temperature specs to be mentioned on the products.

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hows $8.97. CA

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Columbus, OH area:
$3.97 / each limit 10 per order
Was $8.97
Save $5.00 (56%)

(AFAIK, been this price here for about 2 years due to AEP subsidizing)

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