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Old 08-28-2014, 06:03 PM   #1
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Best price for LED lites

Where can I find the best price for LED lights?

I'm replacing 921 wedge base; and want to purchase, at least, 4 LED's with at least 350 Lumes to read. Best I have found is at EEZRV products for $15 each.
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http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00BTH...&pi=SY200_QL40

I have these in both 190 and 280 lumen. My eye can't tell the difference and both are brighter than the OEM halogen were. If you search posts started by me you will find my review with pictures.

Amazon has this in many package quantities-- not always the higher quantity the cheaper per bulb since they utilize dynamic pricing based on individual SKU demand so if you want get them search a bit and find the best value/quantity that meets your needs.
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I bought 20 bulbs for less than $50. Did my whole TT. Here is a thread with the info:
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/sh...t=20591&page=2
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I used some of these and we really like them.
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I bought some from m4led. I thing their a Samsung brand. M4 has some cheap ones too, but beware of the cheap ones. I like the m4 web site the list the lumen rating voltage range and current draw. They may not be the cheapest but definitely worth the cost being I haven't found any comparable quality and efficiency.
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Old 08-28-2014, 10:13 PM   #6
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I bought some from m4led. I thing their a Samsung brand. M4 has some cheap ones too, but beware of the cheap ones. I like the m4 web site the list the lumen rating voltage range and current draw. They may not be the cheapest but definitely worth the cost being I haven't found any comparable quality and efficiency.
M4 makes some damn nice LEDs, almost bought them myself until I found the slightly cheaper ones I bought. What I bought was a $180 gamble, because if I didn't like them I would have had the Elite 5630.
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http://www.amazon.com/GRV-24-3528-Su...=921+led+bulbs
These were what I used to replace 20 of our lights. They are approximately 80% of the lumens of what the originals were. The color is what sold us. They are not that white, blue cold look that seems to be prevalent with some LED's. All of the replacements with the wedge shape are a little wider and thicker then the old glass bulb that came out. They require putting them in with a rocking motion which helps seat the led bulb which is made out of plastic. The price was so cheap that I had to try them. So far we really like them.
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Pay attention to the color temperature also. I've found about 3000K gives me what I want. I've bought mine from various sellers on ebay and have good results. They were shipped from China and arrived in about a week. I don't remember what I paid but think it was in the $2 range. I always order a couple of extras just in case but have had no failures yet.
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These were what I used to replace 20 of our lights. They are approximately 80% of the lumens of what the originals were. The color is what sold us. They are not that white, blue cold look that seems to be prevalent with some LED's. All of the replacements with the wedge shape are a little wider and thicker then the old glass bulb that came out. They require putting them in with a rocking motion which helps seat the led bulb which is made out of plastic. The price was so cheap that I had to try them. So far we really like them.
Just ordered the same as these off EBay for about $9 per 20 bulbs from Philippines. Friends have had good experiences with them.

Also ordered a led strip to install under the awning in place of the useless outside light. Looking forward to installing them.
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