LED bulb prices are all over the board, very low to gouging high. It seems the more lumens (brighter) are the most costly. We checked several bulbs with different lumens to see what would suit our needs and wants. We wanted to be able to read and see well with our lights, not have just a romantic glow. We determined that we needed bulbs 250 lumens or over and cool white. When buying the bulbs, check for lumens, a lot of the lower priced bulbs do not state lumens, just size and number of LED's. We used a company called RV LED Sales (a division of Ocala Hitch), paid under $9 each for 20 bulbs, pricey, but now we have none or little heat from our light fixtures, less strain on our batteries and convertor, and don't burn our finger when turning lights off and don't get a hot head while sitting under them.
Find the bulb that suits your needs at a price that works for you----cheapest are not always the brightest or best for the job.
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