GE 16105 - 9 Watt - Torpedo CFL - 2700K
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GE 16105 - 9 Watt - Torpedo CFL

40 W Equal - 2700K Warm White - 82 CRI - 48 Lumens per Watt - 12 Month Warranty - Candelabra Base


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GE's 16105 compact fluorescent decorative torpedo lamp brings all the advantages of fluorescent lighting to incandescent sockets. Operating at 9 watts and 120 volts, this CFL replaces a 40-watt incandescent light bulb. It features a candelabra (E12) base, 2700K color temperature, and an average life of 6,000 hours. This compact fluorescent torpedo light bulb is ideal for accent lighting, chandeliers, sanctuaries, and theaters.


Stock Code:  FC09-16105
Part No.:  16105
UPC:  043168161053
Voltage:  120
Bulb Shape:  Torpedo
Dimmable:  No
CRI:  82
Incandescent Equal:  40 Watt
Lumens (Initial):  430
UL Listed:  Yes
Case Quantity:  10
Brand:  GE
Order Code:  FLE9/2/CAC/827
Wattage:  9 Watt
Bulb Color:  Warm White
Base Type:  Candelabra (E12)
Color Temperature:  2700 Kelvin
Length:  5.4 in.
Life Hours:  6,000
Start Temp. (Min):  5 Deg. F
Warranty:  1 Year

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by It is what it is... I was happy to NOT see the coils inside the bulb. Slightly larger than incandescent lights. June 8, 2011
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