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Hampton Bay Winslow 2-Light Flush Mount Warm Mahogany Decorative Fluorescent Light-DISCONTINUED
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Discontinued Hampton Bay

Winslow 2-Light Flush Mount Warm Mahogany Decorative Fluorescent Light-DISCONTINUED

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Designed to complement many decors, the Hampton Bay Winslow 2-Light Flush Mount Warm Mahogany Decorative Fluorescent Light features a glacier acrylic lens for an attractive appearance.

  • Energy Star qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • Warm mahogany finish
  • Glacier acrylic diffuser
  • Use one 22-watt and one 32-watt T9 fluorescent bulb (included)
  • UL listed
  • Hardware included

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by attractive and puts out great light I bought three of these light fixtures. I put two in bedroom closets and one in a walk-in pantry. The light output couldn’t be better. The color temperature of the light bulbs (4100K) is optimal for best color cast on clothing for choosing outfits. Light bulbs with a higher K than 4100 tends to be too blue, lower than 4100K tends to be too yellow or red. The first set of light bulbs are included in the box. I previously bought a couple of the other style that has the iron curls on it. We are still happy with those. Both fixtures use the same circling light bulbs – a 22 & 32 watt. The included bulbs/lamps have a high lumen number. Color temp was mentioned above, but another factor to consider is CRI. If someone really wanted to go all out they could look for full spectrum bulbs with a CRI in the 90’s. Be aware that daylight bulbs are not the same as full spectrum bulbs. October 13, 2010
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