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txlibdem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-05-11 10:08 PM
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4. I think the 40 watt-e bulb from Lighting Science is not dimmable (their 60 & 75 is)
I agree about the Switch LED lights. Their website says their 60- and 70-watt equivalent are available now, the 40 and 100 in 2012. And you can add yourself to the list of early adopter buyers.

http://switchlightbulbs.com/where_to_buy.html
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  -Significant price drop on Philips LED light bulb (60 watt equivalent) - $24.97 txlibdem  Oct-05-11 06:16 PM   #0 
  - $29.98 at Home Depot Canada  OnlinePoker   Oct-05-11 07:40 PM   #1 
  - Email from Switch  OnlinePoker   Oct-05-11 08:01 PM   #2 
  - I think the 40 watt-e bulb from Lighting Science is not dimmable (their 60 & 75 is)  txlibdem   Oct-05-11 10:08 PM   #4 
  - Should I feel guilty?  OnlinePoker   Oct-09-11 05:18 PM   #22 
     - The store manager may have put the price into the POS system wrong  txlibdem   Oct-09-11 05:37 PM   #23 
  - I got 'em all: Feit and Philips and others. All good, but watching the prices fall is fabulous.  NYC_SKP   Oct-05-11 08:53 PM   #3 
  - Great news about the Feit LED light bulbs  txlibdem   Oct-05-11 10:57 PM   #5 
  - Have you had any experience with Lowes' Utilitech brand LED light bulbs?  txlibdem   Oct-05-11 11:43 PM   #6 
     - Not that one, that was released later I think.  NYC_SKP   Oct-06-11 01:02 AM   #7 
        - You mean the light is not as universally distributed as a similar incandescent, right?  txlibdem   Oct-07-11 11:46 AM   #9 
           - Yes, you said it better than I did.  NYC_SKP   Oct-07-11 06:57 PM   #11 
              - I read that the Philips LED bulbs (with the yellow glass) actually have blue LEDs  txlibdem   Oct-07-11 08:44 PM   #13 
                 - Pry off one of the orange "lenses" with the tip of a knife, start at the bottom...  NYC_SKP   Oct-07-11 08:49 PM   #14 
                    - Cool! (but I'll wait till they're $10 apiece before doing that :-0 )  txlibdem   Oct-07-11 10:59 PM   #15 
                       - We're in the LED nut club! Seriously though, you can pry off the orange thing...  NYC_SKP   Oct-08-11 08:41 AM   #18 
  - Thanks for posting  Sherman A1   Oct-06-11 08:06 AM   #8 
  - Update on the Philips 800 Lumen (60 watt equivalent) LED bulb  txlibdem   Oct-07-11 12:26 PM   #10 
  - Pry off one of the orange "lenses" for a surprise!  NYC_SKP   Oct-07-11 06:58 PM   #12 
  - Why is the LED using as many watts as the CFL?  NickB79   Oct-08-11 05:57 AM   #17 
     - LEDs are typically just a bit better in the efficacy department, the real savings is in life span.  NYC_SKP   Oct-08-11 08:44 AM   #19 
     - LED 12 watts, CFL 13 watts - and the LED puts out more light  txlibdem   Oct-08-11 08:51 AM   #20 
  - Menards sells a ton of Feit-brand CFL bulbs  NickB79   Oct-08-11 05:55 AM   #16 
  - Thanks. That's two votes for Feit - and on Amazon they are cheaper for the 40 watt equivalent bulb  txlibdem   Oct-08-11 09:00 AM   #21 
  - led lighting manufacturers  anern   Oct-20-11 10:14 PM   #24 
 

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