Amazon offers a six-pack of Philips BR30 65W Dimmable Soft White LED Lights for $29.99 Prime shipped. For comparison, this bundle usually sells for $40 at Home Depot. Today’s deal is the lowest that Amazon has ever sold it for.
Ditch those costly filament BR30 light bulbs and make the jump to LED. These 65W equivalent light bulbs are dimmable and have a 23-year expected lifetime. You can expect to spend just over $1 per year, based on three hours of use per day. These bulbs have a 2700K temperature rating, known as ‘soft white’. Rated 4.8/5 stars at Amazon.
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The more you dim, the warmer the light with the Philips BR30 flood light with warm glow dimmable light effect. This new Philips LED BR30 offers a new experience for dimmable LEDs by creating a soft, diffused light and smooth dimming from 2700K to 2200K. As the light is dimmed, the color temperature of the bulb is reduced and creates a warm, relaxing ambiance. Until now, this warm, dimming effect was only available in dimmable halogen and incandescent light bulbs. Now, here’s the perfect alternative for these household applications where ambience is as important as lowering energy bills and reducing the hassle of frequently replacing light bulbs. This fully dimmable light bulb is Energy Star certified and ideal for residential use in kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and dens and for commercial use in restaurants and hospitality applications. It is perfect for recessed cans or track light fixtures, offering soft white light for a pleasing and relaxed ambiance. It’s dimming your way.
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