A: HI! I have not purchase this brand, but it does come in daylight.
A: No, it is only amber and puts out s low yellowish light. Reminds me of the old original incandescent lights
A: Came in soft white 60 watt and gives off a good amount of light for our outside light.
A: The base will fit, but the bulb is longer is length than an ordinary bulb
A: This is considered a medium base bulb (standard base). If your ceiling fan sockets accept medium base bulbs then, yes. If the sockets accept candelabra base bulbs, then no.
A: It depends. The bulbs are longer than most.
A: I doubt it, depends on the size of your globe. These bulbs are really designed for open bottom globes.
A: Yes, the bulbs will work in an a!( base.
A: The height of the bulb is different. The ST19 is 5.25"H and the A19 is 4"H. As long as your fixture is compatible with the light bulb specifications and the bulb fits in the fixture there should be no problem.
A: According to The Google, 19 is the diameter width of the bulb, in 1/8th inch units. So these two bulbs will be the same size at the fattest part. The A series is what you’re used to - standard shape. The ST series is tubular... so, taller. Both have the same screw base, so if this physically fits in your fixture then it’s compatible.
A: Please see the attached photo. The A19 is on the left and the ST19 is on the right. Not only is the shape and size different the filament is different also.
A: The A19 is an engergy saver bulb while the ST19 is made for a vintage look. Yes you can use either as long as the base is the same size and watage does not exceed receiver limit.
A: These Incandescent Original Vintage Style Light Bulbs are warmer to the touch than their LED counterparts. Link to our LED ST19: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Feit-Electric-6-5-Watt-Equivalent-Soft-White-2000K-ST19-Dimmable-LED-Vintage-Style-Light-Bulb-ST19-M-LED/301466884
A: From the product page: Light appearance: 2200K (soft white)