25 Watt - Vintage Antique Light Bulb - T6 Tubular Style
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25 Watt - Vintage Antique Light Bulb

T6 Tubular Style - 3.3 in. Length - Candelabra Base - Hand-Wound Thread Tungsten Filament - Clear

 
Meticulously crafted to preserve the look of early 20th-century lighting, this T6 antique bulb has a candelabra (E12) base and is the perfect complement to any vintage or contemporary decor. Recognized for their antique finish, defined steeple and intricate tungsten filament design, these bulbs are ideal for any transparent light fixture, both indoor and outdoor.

Specifications

Stock Code:  IN-132506
Part No.:  132506
Voltage:  120
Bulb Shape:  T6
Base Type:  Candelabra (E12)
Diameter:  0.75 in.
Life Hours:  3,000
Case Quantity:  100
 
 
Brand:  PLT
Wattage:  25 Watt
Bulb Color:  Clear
Bulb Type:  Incandescent
Length:  3.3125 in.
Filament Type:  Tungsten
Lumens (Initial):  50
 

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Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful items. These are fantastic. The finishing touches for my Steam Punk lamps. Love, Love! March 20, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent looking, but needs some work. I like the bulb overall - it has a decent antique look to it. However, the base of the bulb needs some work. When it was inserted into my candelabra base, it wouldn't light up. I compared it to the old bulb, and the tip is just slightly shorter than the original, so it wasn't making contact in the center of the socket. I ended up putting a small glob of solder onto the tip to extend it just enough so that it makes contact now. Maybe in other sockets it won't be an issue, but it was shorter than my original bulb. February 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice product 4/5 are great Bought 5 of these, needed 4 but bought 5. Glad i did as one was defective (bad coating). The light produced is warm and with 4 of them the 100 watts produce a very pleasant warm glow to accent or even light an area. I went and bought a dimmer for the lamp as they are actually brighter than I expected. Would rate higher if one didn't have a manufacturing defect, but kind of expected it. November 2, 2012
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