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40W Equivalent Soft White B10 Candelabra Dimmable LED Light Bulb (3-Pack)
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40W Equivalent Soft White B10 Candelabra Dimmable LED Light Bulb (3-Pack)

$22.33 /package
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TCP 40W Equivalent Soft White  B10 Candelabra Dimmable LED Light Bulb (3-Pack)
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40W Equivalent Soft White B10 Candelabra Dimmable LED Light Bulb (3-Pack)

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The TCP 5-Watt (40W) Soft White LED Candelabra Base Decorative Light Bulb (3-Pack) uses 85% less energy than a traditional 40-Watt decorative candelabra bulb with an energy cost of only $.60 per bulb. These dimmable decorative bulbs can be used indoors and outdoors in any fixture that accepts a candelabra base. The soft white color is similar to that of an incandescent.

  • Brightness: 300 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $.60 (based on 3 hours per day, 11c/kWh. costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours per day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 5-Watts (equivalent to a 40-Watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 60
  • Contains mercury: N
  • Uses 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Lighting application: indoor/outdoor Ideal for use in table lamps, sconces, ceiling fans and other general lighting applications
  • B10 shape with a candelabra base
  • Dimmable: Y

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On the B10 candelabra you are showing $29.99 is this per llamp or the cost for the 3 pack?

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On the B10 candelabra you are showing $29.99 is this per llamp or the cost for the 3 pack?
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Cost for the three pack
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The cost is per 3-pack or approximately $19/bulb.
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3 pac
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that's for the 3-pack
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That is for the 3 pack.
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The price is for the 3-pack. I bought this 3-pk and they work well.
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is it really dimmable?

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I have used other supposedly dimmable LED's but they don't. When dimmed at any point they begin flickering. Do these actually work on dummers?
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You need to try them at hour home, then update your dimmer if they don't work perfectly. Every situation is different. LED's aren't MADE to work with old style dimmers, but most of the time you get lucky and they do, sometimes not dimming completely, or flickering etc...if you install a compatible updated LED designed dimmer they will work correctly. I changed out 25 incandescents to these on a really Read More
You need to try them at hour home, then update your dimmer if they don't work perfectly. Every situation is different. LED's aren't MADE to work with old style dimmers, but most of the time you get lucky and they do, sometimes not dimming completely, or flickering etc...if you install a compatible updated LED designed dimmer they will work correctly. I changed out 25 incandescents to these on a really old dimmer and all but 2 dimmed acceptably...sometimes it depends on the bulbs construction itself. Another area I tried to use them in was a theatre with an 10yr old high tech lighting system, when these are side by side with incandescents, you can see the difference in the amount of 'dim' that the bulb has...these stayed much brighter throughout and wouldn't dim but maybe 80%...so I couldn't use them in that application as I'm not willing to update the entire lighting system control panel. My advice, just try & see, LED's are cheaper than ever and only getting better, worst case you have to spend another $25 on a dimmer which you likely need anyway. Also remember, these small #higher watt# incandescents are being pushed off the grid...might as well make the switch Read Less
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Yes. They work perfectly and respond immediately to the dimmer switch.
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I was able to dim these just like the incandescents that I took out. They dim down to almost nothing without flashing.
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It is dimmable, but only from about 50% through 100%. Once you get under 50 it starts to flutter a little bit.
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Yes, if the lamp is marked by the manufacturer for dimming it will dim per the instructions enclosed in the product . The standard 0-10Volt or the wall mounted old style push and turn knob product will work for your lamps.
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Yes, but you need to have more than one bulb in the fixture for it to dim properly. We have 6 in the fixture over the dining room table and it dims nicely. I think individual LED bulbs don't dim well due to their low wattage. The same holds true for our recessed ceiling bulbs. With 3 on the same switch they dim just fine. Hope this helps.
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Can you put this lightbulb in a fully enclosed fixture with a photocell?

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I have a lamp pole with a photo cell. I purchaed some Phillips LED bulbs and only discovered that you could not put it in a full enclosed fixture when I opened the packaging and a warning was printed on the bulb itself (I believe that this was the only place it was printed).
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Should not be a problem. I have used them in outdoor, fully-enclosed fixtures.
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Yes. Our lamp is fully enclosed & has a photo cell & we have had no problems.
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I would not recommend these for use in a enclosed fixture. The heat generated through the metal of the heat sink of the lamp will adversely effect over all life. This lamp requires good air convection.
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I am using 3 of these bulbs in a fully enclosed post light with a photocell that keeps them on all night with no problems at all from over heating or whatever the warning was about. I am very pleased with the bulbs, and the light looks like incandescent bulbs.
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Do they screw into standard bulb socket or Xmas tree sixed? Have no such sockets.

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A candelabra base (Is what these bulbs are) which is smaller than a standard bulb socket. Many ceiling fans or decorative wall sconces use this type of socket. It does not fit Christmas tree lights.
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These bulbs have a small base and are often found in chandeliers. These are not standard sized base such as in a classic 60W bulb. The base is the same as is found on a 4 or 7W night light bulb.
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These bulbs will not fit into a typical light bulb socket. They fit a candelabra socket (B10). This size socket is like the base of a night light bulb, or what you see in most modern ceiling fans. You could buy an adapter to make this bulb work in an Edison (typical) socket, but it would probably be cheaper to find direct-fit bulbs.
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