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650 lumens is maybe 50 watt equivalent, NOT 65!

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Not saying it is a deal or not, because I haven't bought this specific product, nor is the long-term performance of new tech like this known (I think they claim a product life of 23 years, which probably means that they are artificially aging the product to make that claim). However, if you live near a Costco, the same product is available there for the same price (and no shipping, but you'd have to pay sales tax).

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I gave up using light bulbs & just go to bed earlier Zzzzzzzzzz

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I've had two take a crap in the last few months... so I got a year or so out of them. The cost of replacing incandescent bulbs after a year is what- 25 cents?

A coworker and I went in on a big order and we replaced most of the bulbs in our house. I can't say I noticed a huge $ savings, but wasn't watching too closely. 2 out of 25 isn't a bad %... just not great.

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The poster of this deal should be embarrassed. The price isn't even a good deal before you add the $8 shipping charge.

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These LEDs bulbs are still WAY too high in price. Sure they will last 'years and years' like they say...however in most cases after a year or so the little LED controller circuit will fail. So unless these prices drop down to something more reasonable, buying them now is really just a waste.

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Compact Florescants are supposed to last years and years too, they are much cheaper then LED and have the same power/light/cost... and they don't last years normally either... but at $0.99 each I'll stick to CF

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@rroberto: CFLs don't dim (well anyway), and often have a warm-up time of minutes. We've switched over to them for the most part (on circuits that don't have dimmers) but I don't like them. I'm much happier with the LED bulbs we've tried.