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3-Watt Incandescent CA10 Bent Tip Candelabra Base Clear Flicker Flame Light Bulb

$3.97 /each
(limit 35 per order)
  • Ideal for use in fixtures such as sconces and chandeliers
  • Suitable for indoor and enclosed outdoor use
  • Produces a flickering effect to mimic real candlelight

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The GE Crystal Clear 3-Watt Flicker Flame Bent-Tip Candelabra Base Light Bulb adds a decorative touch and a warm glow to your home. Ideal for use in fixtures such as sconces and chandeliers, this bulb produces a flickering flame that simulates warm, dancing candlelight. It's suitable for indoor and enclosed outdoor use to furnish glittering light.

  • Light output: 1 lumen
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $0.36 (based on 3 hours/day, 11¢/kWh; costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 1.8 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 3 watts
  • Flickering flame simulates warm, dancing candlelight to add a decorative touch
  • Decorative candle shape with a candelabra base

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Does the flame look like a real flame? Does it light up orange?

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Redmond
September 17, 2012
I have some of these bulbs that came in a Halloween candelabra, and the little flames really look like they are burning, and red hot. I need replacements, and would like them to match. I also understand that that the candelabra base is the same as the C7 small Christmas light bulb (indoor bulbs), and they should fit my candelabra right/
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Casey, Yes, the Flicker Flame blubs will fit the base of a fixture which uses a C7.
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Yes Casey they do light up orange and look like real candles. It's really Neon gas inside the bulbs that makes it glow orange. The electrodes inside are what causes the "flicker" effect, They are C7 bases meaning they will fit in small candelabra type fixtures they also have ones that fit in standard fixtures. They will fit your candelabra you want the candelabra base type bulb. Bring the old bulb with Read More
Yes Casey they do light up orange and look like real candles. It's really Neon gas inside the bulbs that makes it glow orange. The electrodes inside are what causes the "flicker" effect, They are C7 bases meaning they will fit in small candelabra type fixtures they also have ones that fit in standard fixtures. They will fit your candelabra you want the candelabra base type bulb. Bring the old bulb with you for reference. Go to Home Depot. in the light bulb section, they will be there. it took me a while to find. I hope this information was helpful. Have you anymore questions or need any more help please dont hesitate to ask.
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Hi Casey,
Thank you for your question.
Flickering flame simulates warm, dancing candlelight to add a decorative touch . The color temperature on this light is :Bright White
Hope this information helps.
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wiil these flicker flame bulbs work in a sensor electric candle that requires a c7 max 7 watt bulb?

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Stephens City VA
November 19, 2011
I tried to use a 1 watt flicker flame bulb and it barely lit up, but the 3 watt bulbs look like they would be too large (tall) for the electric candle
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Pam, using a lower watt blub reduces the brightness and the watts needed by the sensor to responsed per the manufacture advertised specification. The three watt blub glows orange and it will be tall, so you need to stablize the candle either with two sided tape at the base or surrounded by floral decor, but not standing alone.
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Hi Pam the 3 watt flicker flame should work, but if it's a dusk to dawn sensor electric candle I would not recommend this on account that when there is not enough light for example the dusk phase of the day the sensor starts to automatically dim the light causing the current to go on and off rapidly. These bulbs are not made for that. They are only made to have a steady "flow" of electric current. I Read More
Hi Pam the 3 watt flicker flame should work, but if it's a dusk to dawn sensor electric candle I would not recommend this on account that when there is not enough light for example the dusk phase of the day the sensor starts to automatically dim the light causing the current to go on and off rapidly. These bulbs are not made for that. They are only made to have a steady "flow" of electric current. I would highly recommend using an electric candle with an "In-line" switch or the kind that is on the cord. That is what I use on my electric candles with flicker flames. I just don't turn mine off I keep them on at all times. I hope this helps Pam. Have you any more questions please don't hesitate to ask. Read Less
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Chicago IL
November 22, 2011
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Hello Pam and thank you for your question.
Pam above selected bulb (medium base -ca) it is most likely not going to work with you electric candle light.Most of the C7 type of bulbs we carry will come with E-12 (Edison-Candelabra) type of base, which is smaller than the above inquired medium base.Please refer to the relevant photos for the picture of the correct bulb and also click on the attached link Read More
Hello Pam and thank you for your question.
Pam above selected bulb (medium base -ca) it is most likely not going to work with you electric candle light.Most of the C7 type of bulbs we carry will come with E-12 (Edison-Candelabra) type of base, which is smaller than the above inquired medium base.Please refer to the relevant photos for the picture of the correct bulb and also click on the attached link to get re directed to the product page;
http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-100493711/h_d2/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053
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Seems several of us need to know if these can be used on a dimmer switch

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No, these lamps are not made to be dimmed, they are only 3-watt, their proper operation relies on full house current.
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dimmable?

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No, these lamps cannot be dimmed, they are only 3-watt, their proper operation relies on full house current.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very disappointed. 5 out of 6 dead most within hours of installation. My original purchase was four bulbs. I have two night lamps and I like the flicker effect. The first one I installed didn't last 2 hours. Right out of the package, less than two hours later I came down the hall and it was out already. I replaced it with a second bulb then put the third in the lamp upstairs when I went to bed. A week later, the downstairs bulb wouldn't come on anymore with the lamp. The fourth bulb went into that lamp and I went back to Home depot to buy 2 more bulbs because apparently I hadn't learned my lesson. A couple days later, the upstairs lamp was out. Bulb #5 went into that upstairs lamp but- no surprise- less than an hour later it was dead. Sadly, I put the last, #6 bulb in and it lasted one day. The old clear bulb that's been burning for the last 2 years went back into the lamp and the lamp works fine. So that's 5 worthless bulbs in less than two weeks. Only one flicker out of six still working. I live rural so gathering them up to return to the store would take more effort and gas than it's worth. Lesson learned. August 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product at a good price. Orange flame. Does NOT look like gaslamp which burns white. Seems impossible to find a white flicker flame bulb. Looks like a flickering orange (really orange) flame. Won't work for where I live. Wish they made white. March 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by These bulbs are stylish I use these "flicker flame" bulbs for a decorative electric candle that is in my window in my room. To add a beautiful look especially in the fall, Halloween & thanksgiving time & winter. I have received so many compliments from people that pass by on my road & love it. I bought a case of these GE bulbs so I'm prepared in case one goes out. But they have a long life span. I have always trusted GE because of there reputable products and designs. I would definitely recommend these to a friend. November 3, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for Decorative Floral Arrangements Purchased four Flicker Flame blubs and used in electric candles for different wall sconces with decorative silk plants and medieval banners I designed. The 9 inch electric candle only available during the holiday season it comes with a C7 clear blub, replaced the blub with a 3 Watt Flicker Flame Crystal Clear bulb simulates orange glow of candle light warm effect. Both bases are the same. Highly Recommend December 4, 2012
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