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60-Watt Equivalent Daylight (5000K) A19 Non-Dimmable LED Light Bulb (6-Pack)

$19.61 /package
  • Features 800 lumens of bright, beautiful, white light
  • Uses only 10 watts of electricity saving energy costs
  • Lifespan of 20,000 hours reduces need for frequent replacements

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The TCP 60-Watt Equivalent Non-Dimmable LED Light Bulb (6-Pack) is the perfect energy-saving replacement for a traditional incandescent light bulb. These bulbs provide just as much light as a 60-watt incandescent while using only 10 watts of electricity, resulting in an operating cost of just $1.03 per year. Lasting up to 20,000 hours, their mercury-free design delivers 800 lumens of beautiful white light.

  • Brightness: 800 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.03 (based on three hours/day, 11¢/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
  • Energy used: 8.5 watts (equivalent to a 60-watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Light appearance: 5000K (daylight)
  • Mercury-free composition is safe and environmentally friendly
  • Estimated lifetime savings: $126
  • Uses 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Suitable for indoor/outdoor enclosed use
  • Ideal for table lamps, sconces, ceiling mount fixtures and other general lighting applications
  • A19 shape with a medium base
  • Non-dimmable design
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Is there a guarantee?

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I'm disenchanted with the promises of how much longer these bulbs are supposed to last when compared with the older incandescent bulbs. They cost so much that they should work for long enough to make back some of the investment in buying them in energy savings. Do they?
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We built and moved into our home in Jan. 2014. We installed all LED light in our canned lighting applications, 85 inside and out. The retro canned lighting weren't that much more expensive. We also have replaced most of our homes bulb applications with LED. All that we have that are incandescent are our chandelier style lights. In nearly 2 yrs. we have had to replace 1 LED. It was an outside up light Read More
We built and moved into our home in Jan. 2014. We installed all LED light in our canned lighting applications, 85 inside and out. The retro canned lighting weren't that much more expensive. We also have replaced most of our homes bulb applications with LED. All that we have that are incandescent are our chandelier style lights. In nearly 2 yrs. we have had to replace 1 LED. It was an outside up light that had a pin hole in it and was damaged by our irrigation system. It was replaced, no questions asked. We'll see if they last their rated life but I'm impressed. I don't want to be having to climb 25 ft. on a ladder every year or so to replace bulbs. Also, my electric bill is less in our much larger home than our smaller old one. Read Less
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We put LED canned lights (80 plus, inside and out) in our house, when we built it 1.5 yrs. ago. we haven't had to replace any so far. I had 1 LED up light we had on the outside wall that went out because of a pinhole in it that let moisture in. It was replaced free of charge. The energy savings are the biggest draw. Who knows how much it will save when electricity cost continue to rise. BTW, have you Read More
We put LED canned lights (80 plus, inside and out) in our house, when we built it 1.5 yrs. ago. we haven't had to replace any so far. I had 1 LED up light we had on the outside wall that went out because of a pinhole in it that let moisture in. It was replaced free of charge. The energy savings are the biggest draw. Who knows how much it will save when electricity cost continue to rise. BTW, have you priced incandescent one lately. Not that much difference. Quick pay back. Read Less
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Rated for 20,000 hours (~18.3 years) per manufacturer's claims... previously sold units were "rated" at 50.000 hours, but were more expensive and sold as single-item, i.e. 2x of current pricing.
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Yes, a three year limited guarantee.
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3 year warranty if not violating guidelines (boils down to not modifying item, afaik)
any more would be unreasonable to ask, since doing the math they are essentially rated for just under 3 years of nonstop operation... plenty of people going, ok whats <10w, dont need to ever turn em off, and just as many commercial operators who actually have good reason to run em 24/7. cant expect the brand to give em Read More
3 year warranty if not violating guidelines (boils down to not modifying item, afaik)
any more would be unreasonable to ask, since doing the math they are essentially rated for just under 3 years of nonstop operation... plenty of people going, ok whats <10w, dont need to ever turn em off, and just as many commercial operators who actually have good reason to run em 24/7. cant expect the brand to give em a free bulbs for life pass now, can you?
$140 lifetime savings per bulb over incandescent calculated at a very realistic electricity price, quite generous since that'll only rise im sure... btw, even at 3 hours per day usage, your first $20 in savings occur while under warranty. and for a 24/7 bulb, seems you can run it into the ground and legitimately get a free replacement unless it OUTPERFORMS its rated life (rated to fail 6-7 weeks before warranty expires under 24/7 useage!!!) Read Less
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3 year limited quarantee.
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3 year limited warranty (based on 3 hours average daily use)
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Here are all of the Specifications; NOTE: 3 year Warranty
Stock Code: TCP-LA1050KND6
Part No.: LA1050KND6
Wattage: 8.7 Watt
Bulb Shape: A19
Dimmable: No
Color Temperature: 5000 Kelvin
Height: 4.4 in.
Incandescent Equal: 60 Watt
Light Source: LED
Lumens Per Watt: 92
Start Temp. (Max): 104 Deg. F
Warranty: 3 Years
Brand: TCP
UPC: 762148263692
Voltage: 120
Base Type: Medium (E26)
Color: Stark White
CRI:
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Here are all of the Specifications; NOTE: 3 year Warranty
Stock Code: TCP-LA1050KND6
Part No.: LA1050KND6
Wattage: 8.7 Watt
Bulb Shape: A19
Dimmable: No
Color Temperature: 5000 Kelvin
Height: 4.4 in.
Incandescent Equal: 60 Watt
Light Source: LED
Lumens Per Watt: 92
Start Temp. (Max): 104 Deg. F
Warranty: 3 Years
Brand: TCP
UPC: 762148263692
Voltage: 120
Base Type: Medium (E26)
Color: Stark White
CRI: 82
Diameter: 2.4 in.
Life Hours: 20,000
Lumens (Initial): 900
Start Temp. (Min): -22 Deg. F
UL Listed: Damp Locations
Package Quantity: 6
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It says 3 year limited warranty, and that they are supposed to work for 18.2 years.
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Save your receipt. Home Depot stands behind lightbulb purchases. The bulb life is a number of hours, not really the number of years. It is explained on the packaging.
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Keep your receipt. Home Depot stands behind their bulbs.
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What is the voltage range for this product

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110
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120v per manufacturer's specs
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just "120" stated...probably 100 or 110 to 125 or so for finnicky grids, but not a real multivoltage bulb
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120
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These are designed for use with 120 vac normal household voltage.
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They say 120V right on the bulb they only use 8.7 watts and produce 900 lumens which is 100 lumens more than the GE at 10.5 watts they are Daylight so they have a whiter light.
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Here are all of the Specifications of the bulbs;
Stock Code: TCP-LA1050KND6
Part No.: LA1050KND6
Wattage: 8.7 Watt
Bulb Shape: A19
Dimmable: No
Color Temperature: 5000 Kelvin
Height: 4.4 in.
Incandescent Equal: 60 Watt
Light Source: LED
Lumens Per Watt: 92
Start Temp. (Max): 104 Deg. F
Warranty: 3 Years
Brand: TCP
UPC: 762148263692
Voltage: 120
Base Type: Medium (E26)
Color: Stark White
CRI:
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Here are all of the Specifications of the bulbs;
Stock Code: TCP-LA1050KND6
Part No.: LA1050KND6
Wattage: 8.7 Watt
Bulb Shape: A19
Dimmable: No
Color Temperature: 5000 Kelvin
Height: 4.4 in.
Incandescent Equal: 60 Watt
Light Source: LED
Lumens Per Watt: 92
Start Temp. (Max): 104 Deg. F
Warranty: 3 Years
Brand: TCP
UPC: 762148263692
Voltage: 120
Base Type: Medium (E26)
Color: Stark White
CRI: 82
Diameter: 2.4 in.
Life Hours: 20,000
Lumens (Initial): 900
Start Temp. (Min): -22 Deg. F
UL Listed: Damp Locations
Package Quantity: 6
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Standard 120V ac
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120 Volt, U/L US listed, RoHS compliant
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As they are for household use, it would be safe to say they operate off of 110-120 volt.
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Are these Cree bulbs?

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Cree? That's a new one on me.. What are you referring to ?
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Doubtful... no mention of it anywhere in literature
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No, these bulbs are designed byTCP located in Aurora, OH. Manufacturer is located in China.
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No they are TCP brand never heard of the brand but they work great and for the price it is hard to beat. They are not DIMMABLE so they do not work on some electronic circuits.(touch lamps)
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No, they are made by TCP.
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No, they are TCP brand.
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No, they are not Cree bulbs
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No they are not CREE bulbs. this is a new line of LED bulbs for HomeDepot. HD stands behind all their bulbs.
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They are TCP brand, whoever they are.
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where are the LED light bulbs made, what country?

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the TCP bulbs I have are made in China. Sorry
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China
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These particular bulbs are made in China; the only bulbs I have found to be made in the USofA are Sylvania.
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China where else even the GE LED bulbs are made in China. it appears that the USA can not make anything any more.
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They are made in China
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Made in China
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China, time will tell as they aren't known for quality!
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 247 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by on line LED light bulbs I generally find lightbulbs at Home Depot overpriced. When I found the TCP LED light bulb pack at a good value compared to others online, I decided to go with Home Depot's product. (Having to return something to the online provider can be time-consuming and somewhat of a headache) By the time I went down to pick up these particular LED bulbs, it turns out that Home Depot is now selling packs of Philips brand LED bulbs at the same or even a lower cost. So I have selected the in-store Philips brand instead of my online purchase. The new LED bulbs seem to be performing quite well. 53, male July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by led bulbs Been about 8 months in use, no problems, Once you get over the initial brightness compared with the incandescent bulbs all is good. I have noticed a very random ticking sound from the bulbs. August 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bright! I've been using CFLs for so long that I had no idea how dark they were. I put in the LED bulb and suddenly I could see my kitchen in a way I'd never seen it before! I'll be replacing all of my CFLs with these since I really hate living like a mushroom. August 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not exactly what we were looking for... These bulbs were a great value and are certain to last a long time but they are SO bright and unnaturally so that I kind of home they don't last as long as intended o that I can replace with something less sci-fi. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great LED Standard Bulbs These bulbs are fantastic! The color of light they provide is a beautiful soft white, not a yellow or brown. I have bought other bulbs and then give them away and always go back to these. If are looking for bulbs that give a beautiful, bright, white color and are long lasting, you can't go wrong with these. July 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Incorrect lumens The lumens on this bulb is not 900, it's 800. The ecosmart bulbs are 840 lumens and they are cheaper. July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Kinda bright (not soft white) for inside w/out a shade but... ..what I expected w/LED.. using them outside is good (bright) and inside with shades.. will look to use rest with tinted covers, bought 18 probably won't have to buy light bulbs for many years.. December 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very bright daylight as advertised Wish that it was also disable, but otherwise very pleased with this product. June 7, 2016
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