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    Default anyone know of inexpensive dimmable C7 led's

    As the title explains, I am looking for some inexpensive dimmable C7 led's to replace my existing incans.

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    Default Re: anyone know of inexpensive dimmable C7 led's

    what do you consider inexpensive? There are a lot of Pre-Orders coming up from a few suppliers.... maybe a few less then last year, but one of the top dogs (Who I am switching to) should have a list out in January

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    Default Re: anyone know of inexpensive dimmable C7 led's

    $30 for 25 bulbs! I need about 300 for a two color display across the fascia. $360 seems like a lot for just the fascia, there has to be a cheaper route.
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    [SIZE="1"][/SIZE]John

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    Default Re: anyone know of inexpensive dimmable C7 led's

    Up in my neck of the woods, C-7 LED's are one of the few things left on store shelves. I would suggest going out on Sunday and checking any store that can be considered a chain... they should all be at least half off by then.

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    Default Re: anyone know of inexpensive dimmable C7 led's

    I had trouble finding C7's (incan or led) even at the beginning of the season. The C7 led's are virtually non-existent around here from what I've seen. And by now there are absolutely zero lights on any of the shelves. Everyone is cleaned out.

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    Default Re: anyone know of inexpensive dimmable C7 led's

    Hi:
    I think the terms "dimmable", "inexpensive" LEDs are mutually exclusive.
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    Default Re: anyone know of inexpensive dimmable C7 led's

    Rite Aid has c-6 leds on sale @ 50%. I use the same ones on my arches and bought them at 75% off a few years ago. I had to goto maybe 10 stores to get them all but call around to them all. Goto 1 store that has em and call around and give them the item # above the upc and get a count on how many and how far they are. They are dimable and I have used them for 3 seasons with no issues and they are plenty bright.

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