14 Watt - A-Shape CFL - 60 W Equal - 3100K Halogen White - Min. Start Temp. -20 Deg. F - 82 CRI - 57 Lumens per Watt - 15 Month Warranty - TCP 21314-31K
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TCP 21314-31K - 14 Watt - A-Shape CFL

60 W Equal - 3100K Warm White - Min. Start Temp. - 20 Deg. - 82 CRI - 57 Lumens per Watt - 12 Month Warranty


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14 Watt compact fluorescent replaces 60 Watt incandescent light bulb. Energy Star Qualification ensures long life and maximum energy efficiency.

Brochures & Spec Sheets


Stock Code:  FC14-A31
Part No.:  21314-31K
Voltage:  120
Base Type:  Medium (E26)
Color Temperature:  3100 Kelvin
Length:  4.4 in.
Energy Star:  Qualified
Life Hours:  8,000
Start Temp. (Min):  -20 Deg. F
UL Listed:  Yes
Case Quantity:  12
Brand:  TCP
Wattage:  14 Watt
Bulb Color:  Warm White
Dimmable:  No
CRI:  82
Diameter:  2.4 in.
Incandescent Equal:  60 Watt
Lumens (Initial):  800
Start Temp. (Max):  160 Deg. F
Warranty:  12 Month

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent Color, too slow for most applications. I've had this bulb for a bout a month. I tried using the m for a front entry light, and ended up moving them around to reading lamps cause they don't warm up quick at all. They take almost 2 minutes or more to reach full brightness, are even worse if its cold in your house. The color is okay, definitely not as yellow as a 2700k bulb, maybe a little more yellow than I want, but I think its about right for 3100k. Either way I would not recommend as it was too slow, and too big for most applications. It's a price that isn't that much less than some of the LEDs available too, I would skip and just find an LED, that's a little more expensive but is better in all aspects. May 23, 2013
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