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Green Deals: Philips 6-inch 65W Retrofit Recessed LED Light $9 (Reg. $12+), more


Home Depot offers the Philips six-inch 65W Retrofit Recessed LED Light for $8.75 with in-store pick up. For comparison it usually sells around $11-$13 online at retailers like Amazon. Today’s deal is the best price that we can find.

Upgrading your existing flood or can lights doesn’t have to be a difficult proposition. With Philips’ retrofit system, you simply have to screw this product into your existing socket. LED light bulbs use significantly less energy in comparison to traditional light bulbs. This retrofit kit is designed for six-inch recessed housings, are 65W equivalent and have a light appearance of 2700K (a soft white). Rated 4.3/5 stars.

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Easily convert a standard 6 in. incandescent recessed housing into an energy-efficient floodlight with the Philips LED Retrofit Downlight. Class-leading light distribution comes courtesy of a patented faceted optic diffuser, throwing off a soft, wide beam ideal for general room lighting in kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms or anyplace where exceptionally long-life, bright lighting is desired. Using just 9 watts of power, this lamp draws 86% less energy than a standard 65 watt BR30 incandescent flood bulb while producing 620 lumens of light output. It’s equipped with integrated trim and a medium-base socket adapter that allows you to quickly replace the bulb and trim of your existing housing for a sleek, contemporary upgrade. Fully dimmable, it retains its soft white color temperature (2700K) even when brightness is throttled back.


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