There's enough quality with these low cost bulbs to keep them from feeling cheap, which makes them an excellent value option.
If you're looking for value in the lighting aisle, look no further -- this LED leads the pack.
At $15, this bulb isn't the cheapest in the lighting aisle, but it's well worth it if you plan on dimming your lights.
At less than $15 per bulb, the newly announced Link Connected LED looks promising.
With "an industry-first mesh Bluetooth network," Samsung's new programmable LEDs will connect with your phone and tune to the color temperature of your liking.
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Cree's new $25 three-way LED bulb can simulate 30W, 60W, and 100W incandescents.
This skinny new version of the popular flood light looks terrific -- but wait until you see the price.
Belkin's NetCam HD+ is a fantastic option for budget-minded DIY security enthusiasts, but you'll need to pay the monthly fee to get the most from this entry-level IP camera.
With high marks in efficiency and light quality, this tubular LED is an attempt to change commercial lighting.
Cree's new PAR38 LED boasts 1,500 lumens, can survive being rained on if used outdoors, and costs less than similar bulbs from larger manufacturers.