Halco 6016 - 25 Watt - A15 - Clear - Appliance Bulb

3,000 Life Hours - 130 Lumens - 130 Volt



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Halco 6016 - 25 Watt - A15 - Clear - Appliance Bulb

3,000 Life Hours - 130 Lumens - 130 Volt

Appliance light bulbs have specially reinforced filaments to prevent premature failure from frequent slamming of refrigerator or oven doors. The Halco 6016 is a 25-watt A15 appliance bulb that is equipped with a heavy-duty 130 volt filament, allowing it to last longer when operated at 120 volts. It will emit 130 lumens and last 3,000 hours.
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Specifications

Stock Code:IN-0025A15CL
Part No.:6016
Wattage:25 Watt
Bulb Color:Clear
Bulb Type:Incandescent
Length:3.5 in.
Life Hours:3,000
Case Quantity:20
Brand:Halco
UPC:807154060160
Voltage:130
Bulb Shape:A15
Base Type:Medium (E26)
Diameter:1.875 in.
Lumens (Initial):130

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Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I used in a refrigerator and does best performance. I had experiences with frost problem. Normally, used a small 40 watt bulbs, they do get hot quickly which effective with cooler. What happen in last summer time, freezer become defrost and causes ice melt then blocking vent. Somehow, I noticed and tried to touch the freezer box, where warm spot which intends ice being melt. I figured out and ordered these bulbs. This is very helpful but brightness is about right for me (half brightness as 40W bulb) especially great for midnight hunger. You might says too bright for 40 watts at night. Ah!!! So far, great improvement for me. No more defrost from freezer, that help for refrigerator to bring life up front. I used these bulbs an over year from now but nothing know when coming to burn-out yet. My mom, our children, and me which I kept opening it every time. Choose the lowest wattage, it will be less heat, lower brightness, and increases energy efficiency. December 31, 2011
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