Energy Efficient 7-LED Warm White Light Bulbs (4-pk.)

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  • Compact size
  • Low heat
  • Decreases maintenance cost
  • Energy efficient
  • Warm white light
  • 7 LED bulbs
  • Long life expectancy
  • Uses up to 90% less energy than traditional light bulb
  • Equivalent to 20 watt incandescent bulb
  • Lasts up to 35,000 hours
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dailysteals via eBay has the Energy Efficient 7-LED Warm White Light Bulbs (4-pk.) for $12.99 w/ free shipping.

  • Compact size
  • Low heat
  • Decreases maintenance cost
  • Energy efficient
  • Warm white light
  • 7 LED bulbs
  • Long life expectancy
  • Uses up to 90% less energy than traditional light bulb
  • Equivalent to 20 watt incandescent bulb
  • Lasts up to 35,000 hours

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Do you know how dim a 20 watt incandescent bulb is?

There is a reason these are less than 4 bucks each!

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Still might be good for a night lamp or something little.

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If LED bulbs use sooo much less power, why is it so hard to find a 150 watt equivalent? Who needs 20 watts of light?

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They are cost prohibitive right now, so very few are produced, but they do exist. Once production costs come down, they will become more common.

 

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They are cost prohibitive right now, so very few are produced, but they do exist. Once production costs come down, they will become more common.

 

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The manufacturing process has been around for too long now for that answer to be valid.
I never saw a technology take so dang long to take off and become cheaper via economies of scale.

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i would be careful buying led bulbs off eBay.my last purchase lasted roughly 10 days before 50% of it went dark...).
Return policy is better in stores if you or the bulb changes its mind

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YYB said:   The manufacturing process has been around for too long now for that answer to be valid.
I never saw a technology take so dang long to take off and become cheaper via economies of scale.

Like cheap and easy civilian trips into space?  We've only been waiting on that for, what, sixty years?

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YYB said:   The manufacturing process has been around for too long now for that answer to be valid.
I never saw a technology take so dang long to take off and become cheaper via economies of scale.

There are literally billions of LEDs produced today, replacing traditional lighting in automotive, display, cell phone and camera flash applications, driving down cost, improving performance. So the technology has come a long way in a relatively short period of time, continues to grow.

Residential lighting adds many additional challenges:
1. LEDs are low voltage DC, converter required to run 110 or 220 V AC. Now, if new homes, businesses were wired for low voltage DC...
2. Color - the human eye is VERY sensitive to color, LEDs typically emit primary colors (red, green or blue), filtering is required to create light that is comparable to traditional lighting - not easy
3. Consumers are resistant to change, many are fighting regulatory efforts, unwilling to give up on incandescent bulbs for CFL, despite the shorter life, inefficiency 

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Plus, suppliers know that since LED bulb life is so long, they won't move much product after the mass conversion. The ridiculous prices should eventually be driven down by competition, but who knows how long that will take.

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