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    Discontinued Cree   60W Equivalent Daylight (5000K) A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb (6-Pack)

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    • Description
      • Uses 84% less energy than standard bulbs
      • Can be safely used indoors and outdoors
      • Highly rated for its beautiful design (see reviews)
      Model
      BA19-08050OMF-12DE26-2U100
      Internet/Catalog:
      204084368

      Cree LED bulbs look and light like the incandescent bulbs you love and are affordably priced. Backed by a 10-year warranty, Cree LED bulbs shine brightly while using at least 84% less energy and are designed to deliver up to 25,000 hours of light for your home. The perfect replacement for incandescent at a price you can afford, Cree LED bulbs pay for themselves quickly and then pay you year after year.

      • Brightness: 800 lumens
      • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.08 (based on 3 hours/day, ¢11/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
      • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours/day)
      • Light appearance: 5000K (daylight)
      • Energy used: 9-watt (equivalent to a 60-watt standard incandescent light bulb)
      • Lumens per watt: 88
      • Uses 84% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
      • Cree LED bulbs are the energy-saving replacement for traditional 60 and 40-watt bulbs that will pay for themselves quickly and pay you every year after
      • Lights instantly and offers omni-directional light
      • Doesn't contain mercurcy
      • Features a 19 bulb shape with a medium base
      • Dims to give you flexibility in lighting options
      • Works indoors and outdoors in enclosed locations; damp rated
      • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for an ENERGY STAR rating
      • Features:
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    • Specifications
      Actual Color Temperature (K) :
      5000
      Average Life (hours) :
      25000
      Bulb Diameter (In.) :
      2.4
      Bulb Shape :
      A-Line
      Bulb Type :
      Household
      Color Rendering Index :
      80
      Indoor/Outdoor :
      Indoor/Outdoor
      Light Bulb Base Code :
      Medium
      Light Bulb Base Type :
      Medium
      Light Bulb Features :
      Dimmable,Energy Saving
      Light Bulb Shape Code :
      A19
      Light Color :
      Daylight
      Light Output (lumens) :
      800
      Lighting Technology :
      LED
      Number in Package :
      6
      Product Depth (in.) :
      2.4
      Product Height (in.) :
      4
      Product Width (in.) :
      2.4
      Returnable :
      90-Day
      Specialty Bulb Type :
      Household / General Purpose
      Watt Equivalence :
      60
      Wattage (watts) :
      9
    • Reviews
      (272)

      Ratings & Reviews

      88% of customers recommend this product
      4.4
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      VALUE:
      4.5
      4.3
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      • The Math - Savings & Break Even Point
      • February 22, 2014
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      Because I'm a nerd: 100 watt light bulb burning for 10 hours = 1000 watts = 1 kwh Our current utility price per kwh in Northwest Indiana = $0.11 Cost of light bulb six pack including 7% sales tax = $85.41 Cost for one light bulb from the six pack = $14.23 Watts used by new light bulb = 9 Watts Watts used by comparable light bulb = 60 Watts Wattage savings (difference) per hour = 51 Watts Hours it would take at a rate of 51 watts per hour to equal 1 kwh = 19.61 Hours Cost of light bulb divided by cost of 1 kwh equals number of kwh to break even point = 125.15 Kwh Number of total kwh need multiplied by the number of hours per kwh at 51 watts= 2453.89 Hours Total number of hours divided by 3 hours per day usage = 817.96 Days Total number of days divided by years equals break even point for cost of light bulb = 2.24 Years Lifespan of new bulb based upon 3 hours per day usage = 22.8 Years Lifespan minus years to break even = 20.56 Years Total savings of 51 watts per hour at 3 hours a day for 20.56 years at $0.11 per kwh = $126.29 Total savings for 6 bulbs replaced over their lifespan = $757.76 Savings does not include the cost of incandescent replacement bulbs during the length of 22.8 years nor does it take inflation or rising utility costs into consideration.

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