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1W Equivalent Bright White (2700K) G16 LED Light Bulb (5-Pack)

$59.38 /package
(limit 35 per order)

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Illumine brand bulbs. are known for their longevity and quality, and this medium base bulb is no exception. This led bulb may be used in many applications so long as its 1 Watts does not exceed the max Wattage on your fixture. These bulbs. give off 60 lumens of white light, and last for 50000 hours. Energy efficiency saves you money, and an easy install base makes this bulb convenient; you are sure to be pleased.

  • Uses (1) Watts of energy
  • Uses 120 Volts
  • Gives off a white color
  • Easy to install medium base
  • Gives off 60 lumens of light output
  • Effective life span of 50000 hours

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Is this really a G25 bulb?

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June 5, 2014
The picture shows a G16.
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June 5, 2014
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Hello and thank you for your inquiry,
I apologize for the confusion, you are correct this bulb is a G16. We will be correcting the information on the website immediately.
Thank you
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Do you have LED bulbs with 240Volts?

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March 14, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry.
At this time, we do not offer any LED, 240 voltage bulbs.
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Can it be used for 240Volts?

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March 11, 2014
the electric supply is 240Volts.
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March 12, 2014
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This particular LED bulb is only for the standard 120 volt and will not work with 240 voltage.
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IS the BAse a E27 or E12? It doen not say!

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January 29, 2014
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Hello Rodolfo
This bulbs base is E27
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Illumine
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not 2700K The size an shape of these bulbs are exactly what I was looking for to go in my kitchen chandelier, but the color temperature listed is totally wrong. I have researched the topic everywhere I am able, and the consensus is that 2700K should be a very warm orange/yellow light just like the old incandescent bulbs I am trying to replace. The bulbs I received have a definite blue cast to them much more like a bulb in the 4000K+ range. Even going by the "Bright White" color descriptor the bulbs should be yellow/white with no blue cast to them. I am doubly disappointed as I had a similar problem purchasing bulbs from the giant South American river, and I came to the Home Depot assuming they would have a more accurate knowledge of the product they were offering. I've included a picture comparing the new and old bulbs side by side. It will likely be obvious, but the new bulb is on the right. September 7, 2015
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