Produce soft, natural light with outstanding clarity contrast. Not harsh like the light of some competing bulbs. Great for bedrooms, work areas, and more. Versatile 3-way bulbs emit 50, 100, and 150 watts. Pack of two.
Pricier than standard incandescent bulbs. A few customers gripe about bulbs that arrived faulty or burned out prematurely.
Not only are these incandescent light bulbs affordable, they also come in a wide selection of wattage options and multi-packs. Choice of clear and frosted bulbs.
Some bulbs had broken filaments or were shattered upon delivery. Reports of bulbs burning out within a few weeks.
60-watt bulbs stand out for the Edison design that adds a touch of character to light fixtures thanks to the exposed filaments. Soft amber-colored glow creates nice ambiance. Available in singles or multi-packs of four or six.
Not as bright as standard incandescent bulbs. Have been known to develop a burnt look over time. Get quite hot to the touch.
Three-way bulbs that produce 50, 100, and 150 watts of lights. Frosted finish allows for bright light with a soft glow. Great for work areas where the ability to adjust the light output is a must.
A few bulbs seemed to be faulty, as they flickered or burned out after a few uses.
Constructed with a trim structure and low wattage to bring light to a variety of appliances, including refrigerators and microwaves. Choice of single bulbs or multi-packs, and 15 or 40 watts.
The longevity of these bulbs can be questionable, as some lasted while others burned out within a few weeks.
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