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25W Equivalent Daylight B10 Blunt Tip Candelabra Deco Dimmable LED Light Bulb (6-Pack)

$33.00 /package
(limit 35 per order)
  • Over 20-year bulb life
  • Pack of six is great for vanity and chandelier lighting
  • 3-year limited warranty

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Offered here in a convenient set of six, the TCP Candelabra Deco Dimmable LED Light Bulb uses 85% less energy than a traditional 25-watt candelabra bulb with an energy cost of only $0.48 per bulb. With a bright daylight color, these dimmable, decorative bulbs can be used both indoors and outdoors in any fixture that accepts a candelabra base. The long-life LED technology lasts over 22 years, delivering 200 lumens year after year and eliminating the hassle of frequent bulb changes.

  • Brightness: 200 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $0.48 (based on three hours/day, 11¢/kWh; costs depend on rates and use)
  • Long-life design lasts up to 22.8 years (based on three hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 5000K (daylight)
  • Energy used: 4 watts (equivalent to a 25-watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per watt: 50
  • Mercury-free design for safe handling
  • Uses 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Versatile indoor/outdoor design is ideal for use in table lamps, sconces, ceiling fans and other general lighting applications
  • B10 with a candelabra base
  • Dimmable design lets you customize the light level in any room
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Can this bulb be used in an outdoor post lamp with a photoelectric sensor?

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Most LED bulbs cannot be used in a fixture with a photo cell.
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. I use the LED softwhite outside my house. I have not change the bulbs for the long time. When I used the regular bulbs, it burned out every month. The box said that Minimum starting temperature -22*F.
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There should not be a problem as this is dimmable; why I mentioned that is due to the fact that I have noticed in my post with photoelectric sensor, I have seen some variations in the brightness during different light conditions...
For my post lamp this will be an underkill though; but my purpose out there is for lighting purpose instead of decoration... if you need light, please go for 60 watts Read More
There should not be a problem as this is dimmable; why I mentioned that is due to the fact that I have noticed in my post with photoelectric sensor, I have seen some variations in the brightness during different light conditions...
For my post lamp this will be an underkill though; but my purpose out there is for lighting purpose instead of decoration... if you need light, please go for 60 watts replacements atleast... also, check the base, these are candelabra not the regular A19s... Read Less
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Well It does In my 3-OD , Photo Cell Fixtures..( 2 Garage & 1 Over the Front Door)
Goes On at Dusk and off At Dawn ( D&D)
But, I didn't buy the Dimmable..
and got a = 60 watt LED for my Driveway Light ( I also bought and Use the Screw In D&D/Photo Cell ) and works fine!
thus bought 4 LED Bulbs ,cost about $20 with the Photo Cell for the Driveway Light.
Total Combined? I was using Reg. Incadesant Bulbs Read More
Well It does In my 3-OD , Photo Cell Fixtures..( 2 Garage & 1 Over the Front Door)
Goes On at Dusk and off At Dawn ( D&D)
But, I didn't buy the Dimmable..
and got a = 60 watt LED for my Driveway Light ( I also bought and Use the Screw In D&D/Photo Cell ) and works fine!
thus bought 4 LED Bulbs ,cost about $20 with the Photo Cell for the Driveway Light.
Total Combined? I was using Reg. Incadesant Bulbs and using a total of 135 Watts Hr x ave 12 hrs a day
= ave 1620 WDay = 1.6 KwHr x 30 days mo = 48 KwMo x @ ave of 0.13 cents a KW here in Wi.!
LEDS' are More Saving = More Lighting Power for the Home Depot Customer!
Was Costing the ave of $6.24 cents a Mo x 12 = $75 a Yr !
Now only use 20 WHr x 12 = 120 WDay
= 3.6KwMo x 12 mos = 43KWYr x .13 kw hr = $5.60 Yr est Cost!
Thus the LED Bulbs paid for themselves in less than 6 mos.. !
I bet our Utility Co's of WE and Aliant Energy Co.'s aren't too Happy ! ;-)
FYI? I Bought the same for my Kids Homes and they Love them too !
( and 4 of my Neighbors Did the same for their OD lights , so far)
LED Bulbs cost are comming down and The Best things Since a PB&J Sandwhich for kids and Beer and Brats here in Wi.! Read Less
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Is it a E17 base?

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My bulbs is E12 base
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This is E12... refer to pic of box...
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E12
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what base does it have? E17?

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what base does it have? E17?
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E17 base
is bigger than E12.
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E12
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Candelabra is an E12 base.
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This product has a candelabra base.
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how many lumens it has

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200.. refer to the box image... pretty bright...
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I happened to save the box the bulbs came in. It notes 200 lumens PER BULB.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lotsa light cheap! These are the first non-standard candelabra bulbs I have found to fit this particularly crazy hanging lamp my wife loves. no cfls or other leds fit this unit before. They are so bright I use one setting or the other (about half of the six installed) at a time, all six are practically daylight! They dim nicely on my other fixture as well. I'll be watching for another sale on these! September 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Super Bright These are super bright and more a giant Christmas light bulb than a traditional light bulb. It is an excellent option for lighting where you do not see the actual bulb. Otherwise about half the bulb is solid plastic. I decided to put mine on the front porch, where I replaced 4 traditional incandescent candelabra bulbs. I keep my porch light on from sundown to sunup, so I know I'm burning a lot of kilowatts doing this. I'm hoping these will reduce my energy consumption, but still keep my porch lit up at night. This spectrum (5000K) is a little too bright for me. It is the brightest spectrum this brand makes. At this brightness the bulb is more glaring than it is illuminating. This is OK for now, I'll probably get the soft bulbs eventually. I'm hoping these bulbs are so blinding that any possible intruder would be deterred just by it's sheer police like luminosity. I am happy with it. Because it's more of a bright haze, it doesn't bleed in through the blinds as much as the incandescent bulbs do. I like that they are dimmable, but don't have dimmer switches yet. They do get pretty warm, but not so hot that you can't touch them like the incandescents did with 5 minutes. These would also be easy to connect to a separate solar power set up. Since LEDs use so little energy, they are perfect for people using renewable energy. I'm considering taking my porch lights off the grid and running them off a simple solar/battery set up. Just one of the options now available thanks to LED technology. At the very least, I should see some saving on my energy bill. As far as color temperatures go, it's a matter of personal preference. I personally find that a warm glow is more inviting than the cold brightness of the 5000K spectrum. But since I don't spend much time on my porch, I'm not really concerned. I'll take the savings. August 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great bulbs These fit great in my dining room lamp. They don't give off heat like regular bulbs do, so now I can finally eat dinner in the light. They dim fairly well (not as well as a regular bulb, but still pretty well.) I'm not sure if it's my lamp or the bulbs, but my lamp will randomly blink. It's probably the lamp, but thought it was worth mentioning in case anyone else notices it. Also not sure if it's a side effect of dimming the lights. I still highly recommend these bulbs. Save money overall, no heat, just right. I've had them a couple months now and so far so good. October 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bright Love these LED and great price/value, I would recommend these for saving electricity. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LED I have been using the lights for about two weeks and they are working great. Not to bright, like the other candleabra lights. These lights are supposed last 22 years. Awesome. I hope it's true because the other lights only lasted for about a month. Was getting expensive and I was bummed out. I started thinking that I made a mistake buying my light fixtures. I think these lights are going to be the ones I need. December 31, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by not great ligting the room is not light enough 25W not enough to light up a dining room only bought them bc 1/2 price - now know why they were on sale December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it. The sale price sold me on this 6 pack. I wasn't going to drop $7-$15 for one. I have 25 total that uses candelabra bases (10 are the round globes for a floor lamp). These day lights are installed in a horizontal 5 bulb floor lamp and a vertical 9 bulb chandelier. The chandelier brightens up a large room with high ceilings. It is 25w but was enough to light up that large space. The lamp holder for the floor lamp is a half sphere with the opening facing down. The light is still bright to light up a small 18x18 room. The daylight just gives a clean clear feeling. I'm purchasing one or two more before the sale is over. These lights are used often so we will see how long they will last. September 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good for my situation. The bulbs are very bright even when dimmed. I was using them in four wall scones and the look was not astetically pleasing. The white cuff at the bottom just stands out and the look is not good. I had been using 25 watt incandescent with frosting and the bent pointed top. They dimmed well and don't look obtrusive as these do. These may work well in a chandelier that is used on a high (very high) ceiling. December 9, 2015
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