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Old 01-19-13, 07:07 PM   #31
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I currently have two GU22 based LED bulbs in my kitchen area, mainly for kitchen sink/counter lighting.

I also have a tendency to keep them running throughout the day (night falls rather early and also we use that for security reasons ---both working parents so vacant during daytime, etc. )

These are bought from that big box Sweedish furniture store and priced right (approx. 7bux/pop).

The rest of my house comprised of 6" pot lights but I have since found reflector based pots with standard screw based attachment, and I have since converted all of my pot lights to using standard screw based CFL lighting (from 9W to 13W).My record of running sweedish box store CFL 9Watter is >7000hrs so far, and still going strong (I have them on occupancy sensor now).


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