50 Pack Of AmazonCommercial 40 Watt Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulbs For Just $17.57 From Amazon!

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50 Pack Of AmazonCommercial 40 Watt Equivalent A19 LED Light Bulbs For Just $17.57 From Amazon!

This was selling for $48.92 and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

  • Daylight: simulates daylight, creating a bright atmosphere for any room
  • Instant brightness: provides 450 lumens of light immediately, with no waiting time to warm up to full brightness
  • Non-dimmable: ideal for general-purpose use in residential or commercial light fixtures
  • Long lasting: with a life of 10,000 hours, the bulb will last over 8-1/2 years (based on 3 hours of use each day)
  • Energy saving: the LED light bulb uses less energy compared to its 40-watt incandescent equivalent
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These will consume 4 to 5 times electricity.
80 watts
(These are NOT 40 watts equivalent 8.5 watts)

Dan, please take this “deal” dowm.
It will cost your fans lot of money on the long run.


If you take the time to make a comment, please take the time to do the research. These are 40 watt “configuration”/equivalent LED bulbs. The product label on the listing clearly shows they are 6 watt bulbs. I’m not personally buying these (got great deals in the past), but wanted to defend Dan. Keep those deals coming, we appreciate you saving us time, money, and electricity 🙂


The bulb uses 7 watts, not 6. Light output is 450 lumens. That is not a good ratio (low efficiency) and it is not as bright as an incandescent 40 watt bulb. Also, with LED bulbs it is very important to take manufacturer into consideration. These are not Cree or Philips and the light output will most probably start to drop very quickly.

It can still be a good deal for someone who is aware of these facts, but let’s not pretend that there is any “standardization” of quality or efficiency metrics for light bulbs. If only CFL’s had come out a few years sooner, none of this “X watt equivalent” nonsense would have been allowed


40 watts (not 80 but certainly not 8.5)


If they use 40 watts, what is the output equivalent?


In California.. “This item cannot be shipped to your selected delivery location. Please choose a different delivery location.”


Its not on anymore it’s like 80 bucks