This particular bulb has been discontinued for some time, but you can still purchase basic Philips Soft White A19 LEDs on homedepot.com https://www.homedepot.com/p/Philips-60-Watt-Equivalent-A19-Non-Dimmable-Energy-Saving-LED-Light-Bulb-Soft-White-2700K-4-Pack-461129/206774894
Yes - if the fixture is rated to accept 40 watts incandescent bulbs, there won't be any issues with a 60w equivalent LED as they only use around 10 watts
Don't see why it wouldn't. I have old dimmers that work perfectly with this lamp. I don't think the dimmers I have are designed for this particular lamp. So, one that is CFL/LED should work perfect.
I haven't had any problems using this with my older style dimmer switches in my Victorian home. These dimmers are probably 10-20 years old, though I am not 100% sure. I have had trouble with older LED and CFLs that were not on special dimmers. But so far so good with these lamps.
You should use an open type fixture, or one with venting. Other than that, it is the standard base.
Pricing varies by location and can depends on your state / local energy provider point of sale subsidy or rebate. Often significantly cheaper at your physical Home Depot location.
very even a nice bright even light. I really like them.
may want to call ponce store to be sure they would know the best right?
Yes, the Home Depot in St. Catharines, Ontario says these can be used in cans with no issues. I explained the issues regarding the use of CFLs in cans and was told that these specific LED bulbs are suitable.