G.E.® 40 Watts / 240 Lumens 40FM/W Decorative Flame Shaped Light Bulbs
- Product Type: Incandescent Light Bulb
- Watts: 40 watts
- Lumens: 315 lumens
- Color Temperature: 2500 K
- Bulb Type: Flame Tip
- Bulb Shape Type: F15
- Base Type: Medium Base (E26)
- Number in Package: 2 pk
- Voltage: 120 volts
- Average Rated Life: 1500 hr.
- Dimmable: No
- Commercial or Residential: Commercial and Residential
- Light Color: Soft White
- California Title 20 Compliant: No
- Filament: C-6
- Three Way Bulb: No
- Color Rendering Index: 100 CRI
- Indoor and Outdoor: Indoor and Outdoor
*Items shipped from our warehouse to stores in Alaska and Hawaii will receive a 70% shipping discount.
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Comments about G.E.® 40 Watts / 240 Lumens 40FM/W Decorative Flame Shaped Light Bulbs:
I am so glad alternatives to ugly CFL lights still exist. Florescent, and even some LED lights give me a headache. These "auradescent" lamps were first intoduced by GE in the late 1960's. They were marketed as having "all the glints hints and tints of a rainbow" captured in a bulb. The light these produce is subtle but oh so beautiful. I am stocking up on them just in case but hopefully they never go away.
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