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25-Watt A19 Dimmable DuraMax Long-Life Incandescent Light Bulb Soft White (2450K) (2-Pack)

Includes 2 bulbs ($2.24 /bulb)
$4.48
  • Dimmable soft white light bulb creates a relaxing environment
  • Standard A19 bulb ideal for use in lamps, fixtures & pendants
  • Long-life 25-watt light bulb lasts for roughly 3000 hours
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About This Product

Brighten your home with infinite possibilities. Philips DuraMax Long Life Incandescent Light Bulbs. Reduce the hassle of replacing light bulbs every few months. All DuraMax products last longer than standard incandescent light bulbs.

Highlights

  • Soft white light bulbs
  • Ideal for use in table lamps, floor lamps, ceiling fixtures and pendant fixtures
  • Creates a comfortable and relaxing environment
  • Light appearance: 2450K (soft white)
  • Ideal for general room light
  • Last 2.7-years
  • Dimmable
  • Long life
  • Return Policy

Product Information

Internet # 303543749

Model # 168682

Store SKU # 1002883414

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.)

2

Product Height (in.)

3.8 in

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)

2450

Average Life (hours)

3000

Bulb Color

White

Bulb Construction

Glass

Bulb Finish

Frosted

Bulb Shape

Type A

Bulb Type

Household

Color Rendering Index (CRI)

0

Color Temperature

Soft White

Commercial/Residential

Residential

Control Type

Switch

Damp/Wet Rating

Damp Rated

Dimmable Capability

Dimmable

Durability

Not Applicable

Indoor/Outdoor

Indoor

Light Bulb Base Code

E26

Light Bulb Base Type

Medium

Light Bulb Features

Dimmable

Light Bulb Setup

Screw-in

Light Bulb Shape Code

A19

Lighting Technology

Incandescent

Lumens (Brightness)

0

Max. Operating Temperature (F)

113 °F

Number of Bulbs Included

2

Returnable

90-Day

Volt (v)

120

Wattage (Watts)

25

Wattage (watts)

25

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

No Certifications or Listings

Manufacturer Warranty

See manufacturer

Questions & Answers

5Questions
caret
Q:Where are these manufactured?
by|Dec 15, 2022
1 Answer
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A:  This bulb is made in Poland

by|Dec 16, 2022
    caret
    Q:Is this the low voltage light bulb that is around 20 vdc? I have a lamp that has an adaptor with output of 20 V. Thanks
    by|Dec 7, 2022
    1 Answer
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    A:  This is not a low voltage bulb, it requires use with 120v a/c circuit

    by|Dec 7, 2022
      caret
      Q:Hi, I had a "incandescent" bulb explode in a can fixture. Are these under high pressure? I want to put them in a simple lamp where the lampshade attaches by those simple wire clamps around the bulb itself, and I don't want them exploding near my bed. Thank you.
      by|Nov 10, 2019
      3 Answers
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      A:  The Incandescent lamps are a filamented light source and are not under high pressure. If you experienced this issue with a Philips incandescent bulb, please contact us, we would like to gather some additional information as we take these issues very seriously.

      by|Dec 15, 2022
        2 found this answer helpful

        A:  Hi Kate, having been an electrical engineer and master electrician for more than 50 years, only time I have seen an incandescent bulb explode was when a water leak hit the bulb when it was on and hot. Lamps are not under pressure, you should be good to go in your lamp. This type of thing is few and far between as working in 1000's of home and building is very seldom something like this happens

        by|Dec 15, 2022
        2 found this answer helpful

        A:  I'm the Kate that posed this question. To Phillips: It wasn't one of these bulbs I had the problem with. It was a different brand, that said in light small print on the package the bulb was "under pressure" and not to put in cans. I didn't see the small light print, and I did put them in can lights, and one of them exploded. I have removed them. This is why I wanted certainty that these bulbs were NOT under pressure, and were NOT incandescent in name only. I now plan to purchase these bulbs. Thank you!!!!

        by|Dec 15, 2022
          1 found this answer helpful
          caret
          Q:Can these be used in enclosed fixtures? I bought some today for my old enclosed ceiling lights, since the wiring is old I prefer a lower wattage.
          by|Apr 12, 2019
          2 Answers
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          A:  Yes! they are good for use in fully enclosed fixtures

          by|Jan 8, 2023
            3 found this answer helpful

            A:  Hi Kat should not be a problem is only a 25 watt bulb and most fixtures like yours are rated for 60 watt bulbs

            by|Jan 8, 2023
            1 found this answer helpful
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