Sure I would have liked to paid 75 cents for bulbs, but I didn't find any that were 250 lumen natural white that would give us the brightness we wanted or needed.
$180 seems like a good investment to obtain cooler operating lights with less load on the AC, less load on the converter and battery, and a light color and brightness that is usable. We like candlelight dinners and dim romantic lights, but we also light to be able to see when we read or play cards or games. Didn't say my deal was the best out there, but was the best for us at the time.
The moral of this story is changing bulbs to LED's is doable and more than likely in many ways a smart thing to do if you want to.
Choose a bulb size and color that suits your needs and find the best price you can live with, a reliable seller and get them ordered and installed.
If it is cheap price and low light you want--that's the way to go. If it brighter light with a certain color of light you want with more cost--that's the way to go. No right or wrong way, just make it your way.
I am posting this under one of my 250 lumen Natural White colored bulbs at this time.
Good Night and Good Bye.
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