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Bayco Light Bulb Changer Adapter Set for Flood and Recessed Bulbs (2-Pack)
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Bayco

Light Bulb Changer Adapter Set for Flood and Recessed Bulbs (2-Pack)

  • Great for outdoor and indoor use
  • Changes almost any bulb
  • Comes with a 1-year manufacturer warranty
$1072 /package
(limit 35 per order)

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The Bayco Light Bulb Changer Adapter Set for Flood and Recessed Bulbs works for indoor and outdoor use. The set's pieces are designed to fit easily onto threaded telescopic poles (sold separately). They can be used to change track, recessed and floodlights.

  • Can be used inside and outside
  • For use on threaded telescopic poles (sold separately)
  • Designed to help change recessed, track and floodlight bulbs
  • Includes a floodlight gripper and suction cup accessory

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the diameter of the suction cup?

I have a PAR30 light bulb that I need to replace in a vaulted ceiling. There is no space on either side of the bulb so I am forced to use the suction cup and not the "grabber". I want to make sure the diameter of the suction cup is not too big for this type of bulb.
Asked by: Mike
2 1/2 inches when pressed on the bulb
Answered by: Lou
Date published: 2017-03-28

Will this fit a floodlight with 3 3/4 diameter?

The standard light bulb changer I have is too small to fit around the light bulb. It is only designed for 3 inch diameter lights. My floodlight is 3 3/4 diameter.
Asked by: beachlady
yes.
Answered by: Jon
Date published: 2017-04-18

What size pole will this fit on?

I have a pole with a thread that appears to be about 3/4 inch in diameter. Is that going to work with this ? I lost my attachments for my pole and would prefer not to buy another pole.
Asked by: Arn
A standard extension pole for painting or window cleaning.
Answered by: Jon
Date published: 2017-04-18

Can this be used to remove a broken light bulb?

Can this be used to remove a broken light bulb?
Asked by: Suzie
No. This product is only good for removing bulbs that aren't broken. You need Home Depot SKU# 912578 for that. We offer a LBC-800, which is a broken bulb extractor, but Home Depot doesn't offer that. Thanks. Bayco Customer Service.
Answered by: Bayco Product Expert
Date published: 2017-05-08
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Customer Reviews

Light Bulb Changer Adapter Set for Flood and Recessed Bulbs (2-Pack) is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 106.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Someone posted "Cheap, cheap, cheap... That's the word that comes to mind." That's putting it po... Someone posted "Cheap, cheap, cheap... That's the word that comes to mind." That's putting it politely. The wingnut won't stay tight because it doesn't go though a threaded collar. It goes through a non-threaded, plastic hole. The suction cup isn't strong enough to grab a bulb. The larger "grabber" has plastic fingers that don't grab. If they were lined with rubber, it might offer enough resistance to grab the bulb, but plastic won't get the job done. A waste of time and money. Home Depot should be ashamed for even selling such junk.
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product is very flimsy. The suction cup is connected to the yellow connector by a screw. ... This product is very flimsy. The suction cup is connected to the yellow connector by a screw. I was trying to unscrew the lightbulb and the suction cup unscrewed from the connector. I then tried to use the larger piece. I almost tore up my can light cover, as the lightbulb would not unscrew and had a very hard time releasing the changer from the lightbulb. The connectors on both are made of plastic and it was not possible to tighten it hard enough to remain screwed onto the pole. Ended up borrowing a ladder to replace the bulb.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality. I only used the suction cup to change a flood light. The suction cup unscrewed from... Poor quality. I only used the suction cup to change a flood light. The suction cup unscrewed from the yellow connector on the first use.
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The adapter easily screwed onto an extension pole I normally use for a paint roller, so that was ... The adapter easily screwed onto an extension pole I normally use for a paint roller, so that was nice--I didn't have to buy the one for $10 more with the pole. My bulbs were in a housing that did not allow for the "claw" attachment, so I used the suction cup. The suction cup would not readily attach to the bulb until I rubbed the surface with a wet finger and then it stuck strong. Release was easy and precise by pulling on the string to break the seal. My vaulted ceiling was about 15 feet up, and this was the only way I could access the bulbs. Very pleased. Yeah, it is plastic and all, but worked great for me.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We have a 12ft ceiling in our kitchen and living room with 18 recessed lights. It took me an hour... We have a 12ft ceiling in our kitchen and living room with 18 recessed lights. It took me an hour to replace 4 of them with a ladder. I bought this set and just used the one with the fingers and was able to change the rest of the lights in 5 minutes. I'm not sure I would trust the suction cup with a glass bulb. The bigger changer has spring steel fingers with rubber grips in the middle which made changing bulbs very easy.
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Improvised The light bulb changer itself worked as I hope. I needed something to remove the light bulbs from bathroom sconces. Because there was nothing to connect to the little bulb remover I had to improvise and connect a tire gage to it in order to remove the bulb. Maybe a plunger stick could work. HD only had expensive telescoping painter poles which were too big.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Suction cup does not work due to packaging failure I bought and returned this kit on the same day. The packaging around the suction cup puts a crease in it that prevents it from forming a good suction seal on a light bulb. I looked at the suction cup in several other packages on display in Home Depot and could seem the crease in the suction cup.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I've tried this only on outdoor floodlights, and it would not exert enough pressure on the bulb t... I've tried this only on outdoor floodlights, and it would not exert enough pressure on the bulb to turn it - would only slip around the bulb. I'm guessing that it might work on bulbs that have not previously been hand-tightened, which explains why I graded it as I did.
Date published: 2017-05-02
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