I have a bunch. They are OK so long as you can't SEE them AND your light fixture is only needed for "on" and "off".
I went to Home Depot looking for a good LED the other day... the problems were multiple.
1. I could not find any that were both "rated" at 100W equivalent incandescent that were not HUGE.
2. The PRICE!!!!!!!
There were minor things, like most looked like they were still a bit spot-lighty even with the diffusers. That was not a huge concern since this was going in a floor standing "torch" light anyway, but it is discouraging to see lights that are still that expensive out-of-hand regardless of how much money you will save 10 years from now...
Well, I tried replacing things with them.
Hallway lights behind glass domes, outside porch lights on motion sensors, etc etc.....
What, zip... You want one?
I save burned out incandescent bulbs. When drunken kids are too noisy late at night, I toss a few out the window. Scares the hell out of them.
Those CFLs contain mercury, so I can't use them.
I know. I have a ziplock baggie full of used ones...
Then again, I have a vial of mercury from an old thermostat sitting on top of my hutch and I have no clue what to do with it.
Are you related to the Collier brothers?
I use them for some fixtures (they do not fit in the recessed lighting fixtures in my ceiling) I really do not have a problem with them.
Under threat of legal action by the landlord, NH has no choice but to move his collection outdoors.
That guy has ball(s).
The cruise ship that ran aground off the coast of Italy is owned by the company Costa Crociere. The parent company is Carnival Cruise Lines.
Wonder why they haven't quietly lifted their latest commercial:
Sorry. Four years of watching Mad Men.
There is currently 'on average' about 270 active users viewing the WNY forums: wondering how long it will take before that number exceeds the 300 mark.