TCP 9W LED Light Bulbs (60 Watt Equivalent), A19 - E26, Medium Screw Base, Non-Dimmable, Soft White (2700K) (Pack of 6)
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www.amazon.com/TCP-Light-Bulbs-Watt-Equivalent/dp/B00KDZGBM8 

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  • SAVE UP TO 85% ON YOUR ENERGY BILL – Buy TCP energy efficient 9 watt LED bulbs to replace your 60 watt bulbs and see the immediate savings!
  • LONG LASTING 18 YEAR LIFESPAN – Rated at 20,000 hours based on 3 hours per day. High quality TCP LED light bulbs last longer!
  • PERFECT BULB VERSATILITY – These Soft White (2700K) LED bulbs are ideal for use in table and floor lamps, living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms and hallways or ceiling fixtures.
  • QUICK & EASY INSTALL – These are standard A19 shaped bulbs with a medium E26 screw base. Simply install this directly into medium screw base light fixtures.
  • 20+ YEARS OF LIGHTING EXPERIENCE – Manufactured by TCP Lighting, a leader in LED innovation. You can trust us. We know light.

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after 6 months of use, so far they work well. no problems.

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vadeltachi said:   https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1536895
That's a great deal if you can get it, but I spent months checking/rechecking all of the stores in my area and never found a single package. 

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The marketing info carefully leaves out all mention of lumens. Just "60W equivalent" which is meaningless. Many LED bulbs have far lower lumens than the the marketing "equivalency" claim. I wouldn't expect more than 40W equivalent brightness. 

Also, only 80 CRI. Not horrible, but certainly nothing great. That said, $2 is cheap, but you probably get what you pay for.

Reviews are all over the place. Many like them, but many also say they fail within a year.

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canoeguy1 said:   The marketing info carefully leaves out all mention of lumens. Just "60W equivalent" which is meaningless. Many LED bulbs have far lower lumens than the the marketing "equivalency" claim. I wouldn't expect more than 40W equivalent brightness. 

Also, only 80 CRI. Not horrible, but certainly nothing great. That said, $2 is cheap, but you probably get what you pay for.

Reviews are all over the place. Many like them, but many also say they fail within a year.

There is this in the "technical details" section. Most of us know luminous flux as lumens; they are the same thing.
Not to confuse anyone more than necessary, but lux (nof flux) measures light intensity over a specified area. For example, 1 lux = 1 lumen / square meter. We don't generally see lux values for a general-purpose light bulb since the the light is designed to be spread out over a wide area. For a flashlight, spotlight or other device that focuses a beam of light on some area, the lux value is what is important to know.  And, as always, remember that watts are how much power is consumed by any kind of light bulb, so always look for the fewest watts (energy used) and most lumens (or luminous flux) produced to find the most efficient bulb.
Luminous Flux: 800

  

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