I recently purchased the Philips Ambient LED bulb at Home Depot for $24.97 but you can buy the Philips Dimmable AmbientLED 12.5-Watt A19 Light Bulb on Amazon for 72 cents cheaper! While I've voiced my opinions on why the Philips L Prize LED bulb is overpriced, I really like the lower cost version. It puts out a great color light and will supposedly last me 22.8 years (3 hours/day, 7 days a week).
I purchased the bulb as a direct replacement for 60 watt incandescent. I originally thought it could be used in my kitchen in place of the incandescent bulb I'm using as a resistor in my occupancy sensored lighting circuit with almost all CFLs. You can read about my experience with why the incandescent is needed in our post Occupancy Sensor and CFL lights. But as soon as I screwed the LED in the lights started flickering so my plan was dead. Then I actually read the back of the box where it states: "This lamp is not compatible with photo controls, occupancy sensors, or timing devices". Although it is suitable for use with dimmers.
You can see use the lighting calculator in our post best lighting cost comparison to see that LEDs are a better value against incandescents over the long term. It is harder to justify the current price of LEDs vs. CFLs on a lumens/watt basis, but if you don't like CFLs, then it's almost a no-brainer to make the investment and switch to LEDs as they are a much better investment when compared to incandescents.
Check out the Philips LED bulb on the Department of Energy's LED Lighting Facts website.
The model number on the bulb I purchased is 12E26A60-1.
Watts = 12.5
Life - 3 hrs/day = 22.8 years
Color Temperature = 2690 K
Brightness = 805 Lumens