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Rosewill RCHD-12009 6 ft. Black A Male to A Male HDMI w/Ethernet Cable, Support 3D
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  • Owned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: they're cheap and they work

Cons: I can't floss my teeth with them.

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Rosewill A19N7WWWE26 55 Watt Equivalent 7 Watt A19 E26 Base Warm White LED Light Bulb
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  • Owned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Less electricity than a CFL (verified with a Kill-A-Watt). Good light intensity and quality. No glass tubing to break or mercury to spill.

Cons: The price is a little high, still. It's difficult to justify buying a LED instead of a CFL, since it takes a few years to repay.

Other Thoughts: A LED bulb running 4.5 hours per day with electricity costing $0.17/kwh will save enough electricity in 3-4 years to pay for itself (compared to a 15 watt CFL, assuming the LED bulb costs $9). This is assuming that the CFL does not burn out. If you include the marginal utility of having a bulb that never shatters or leaves a mess of glass and mercury, the repayment time is sooner.

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Collection LED A19 6 Watt Light Bulb, Daylight
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  • Owned For: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs what it says on the tin 12/13/2013

This review is from: Collection LED A19 6 Watt Light Bulb, Daylight

Pros: I measured the power consumption with a Kill-A-Watt and found they were just below the manufacturer's rated consumption. The light output is of good intensity and quality, although the color temperature is a little too blue for my taste. They haven't burned out or dimmed in three months and the bulbs have no mercury or glass to spill or shatter.

Cons: The price is still a little bit high but at less than $10 each they're a good replacement for a burned-out CFL or incandescent.

Other Thoughts: A LED bulb running 4.5 hours per day with electricity costing $0.17/kwh will save enough electricity in 3-4 years to pay for itself (compared to a 15 watt CFL, assuming the LED bulb costs $9). This is assuming that the CFL does not burn out. If you include the marginal utility of having a bulb that never shatters or leaves a mess of glass and mercury, the repayment time is sooner.

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James A.'s Profile

Display Name: James A.

Date Joined: 09/17/06

  • Reviews: 12
  • Helpfulness: 5
  • First Review: 04/02/10
  • Last Review: 12/13/13
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