105 Watt - 5U CFL - 400 W Equal - 2700K Warm White - Min. Start Temp. 0 Deg. F - 80 CRI - 59 Lumens per Watt - 15 Month Warranty - Energy Miser FE-IIIB-105W/27K
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Energy Miser FE-IIIB-105W/27K - 105 Watt

5U CFL - 400 W Equal - 2700K Warm White - 80 CRI - 59 Lumens per Watt - 12 Month Warranty

 

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This Energy Miser FE-IIIB-105W/27K 105-watt compact fluorescent light bulb lasts up to 8,000 hours and saves over 70 percent in energy costs. One of the highest wattage self-ballasted lamps on the market today, it produces an amazing 6,200 lumens and 2700K warm white color temperature. Replacing a 400-watt incandescent, the FE-IIIB-105W/27K compact fluorescent's improved lamp design provides more lighting surface area in a compact space for cleaner more intense light output for plants, aquariums or photographers. This CFL must not be used in a enclosed area such as recessed cans and non-air flow areas.

Specifications

Stock Code:  FC105-FEIIIB27K
Part No.:  FE-IIIB-105W/27K
UPC:  836701001998
Voltage:  120
Bulb Shape:  5U
Dimmable:  No
CRI:  80
Diameter:  3.15 in.
Life Hours:  8,000
Start Temp. (Min):  0 Deg. F
Warranty:  12 Month
 
 
Brand:  Energy Miser
Order Code:  105W/5U Lamp/E26/27K
Wattage:  105 Watt
Bulb Color:  Warm White
Base Type:  Medium (E26)
Color Temperature:  2700 Kelvin
Length:  13.2 in.
Incandescent Equal:  400 Watt
Lumens (Initial):  6200
UL Listed:  Indoor Use Only
Case Quantity:  12
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very nice bulb This bulb puts off quite a bit of light. Works well for indoor herb/vegetable gardens. When I first plugged mine in, some of the tubes didn't light. After leaving it plugged in for a little while it lit completely and has stayed that way. The "seal" or whatever it is where the tubes go into the body of the light was kind of messy on some of the tubes. These are also the tubes that didn't light immediately, so I'm guessing that could have had something to do with it. It gets somewhat hot but proper airflow should make that a non-issue. I would be more satisfied with this bulb if the "seal" on some of the tubes wasn't as messy and they all lit at the same time, but it's been working so far. April 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by This bulb has the lowest cost per Watt of any CFL I've found. The price is unbeatable. The standard base fits normal home light sockets. The bent tube rather than the spiral style CFL keeps it much cooler than an equivalent spiral CFL, however it does put off some heat. The heat is noticeable within 2 inches of the bulb but not hot enough to burn your hand. As for performance, the bulb does what it's supposed to do. The low K temperature puts out a yellowish light. I would call it soft white rather than warm white although the terms are interchangeable. If you want bright white light look for the 5500K bulbs or daylight bulbs. Don't buy spiral CFL's. Save yourself the time and money and get this bent tube style. October 5, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Product Does What It Says I purchased this bulb to grow vegetables indoors and it works great. It's been on an outlet timer with an eighteen on six off cycle for about two months and it's still going strong. The bulb gets hot to the touch but not hot enough to burn the plants at five inches away. The plants are flourishing and the bulb is obviously a key factor. June 8, 2011
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