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GE Lighting 26W Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb
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Features: -Dimmable spiral fluorescent bulb. -Average life: 10,000 hours. -Energy star rated. -Eco friendly. Wattage: -26 Watts. Dimmable: -Yes. Bulb Base Type: -Medium. Bulb Shape Type: -Spiral/Coil. Bulb Color: -White. Light Source: -Compact fluorescent (CFL). Energy Efficient: -Yes. Dimensions: Bulb Diameter: -2.38 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -0.31 Pounds. Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -4.81 Inches. Bulbs GU10 Halogen LED Lights Commercial 20W 29W CFL Dimmable E26 Energy Medium Saving Spiral White holidays, christmas gift gifts for girls boys
|Shape:||Spiral Light Bulbs|
|Recommended Use:||Indoor Household|
|Light Bulb Type:||Compact Fluorescent|
|Number of Pieces:||12|
|Watts:||20W - 29W|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||89624|
|Light Bulb Base Type:||Medium (E26)|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||2.38 x 2.38 x 4.81 IN|
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- Since the bulb is called "dimmable," it should work with a dimmer switch.by UncleOrson1/31/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- They dim fairly well, but you must turn the dimmer to max brightness to turn them on.by sborsher1/11/2013Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No.by Derfman12/26/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- Motion sensor is just another way of switching a light on and off. Any bulb that works in the socket will work with a motion sensor. (Problems only arise with the difference between dimmable and nondimmable and between indoor and outdoor.)by UncleOrson1/31/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It depends on the switch. CFLs will not work with my in wall timer for the outside lights, because the switch does not sense them as being installed. Also, since the switch bleeds some current, the bulbs flicker when "off".by sborsher1/10/2013Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
Q. Where are the statics to prove these lights save energy? I have yet to save energy using them.
- The problem is that, knowing LED or fluorescent bulbs use LESS energy, a lot of people start treating them as if they used NO electricity. They only save electricity if you leave them on exactly as much as, and no more than, you left on the incandescent bulbs they're replacing. Remember that replacing just one bulb with an energy-saver will hardly be noticeable on your electric bill. You have to replace a lot of your incandescent bulbs with LED or fluorescent bulbs before you start noticing the difference on any single electric bill. The difference may not be huge (though with LEDs the difference can be significant!), but the savings add up over time - especially if the bulbs last longer and therefore don't have to be replaced as often.by UncleOrson10/12/2013Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I only was going to use them to replace bulbs that are on several hours a day, like the front porch lights and the living room lights. If you use them otherwise, you will not see much savings. Here's another problem: I was intending on leaving the bulbs on longer because they used less energy, probably wiping out any savings. My main reason for using them was so that when I lost power I could have more bulbs on in the house powered by my generator.by sborsher12/18/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?