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100 Watt - A19 - Rough Service - Frost - 10,000 Life Hours - 1,050 Lumens - 130 Volt - PLT 81553 - 4 Pack
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100 Watt - A19 - Rough Service - Frost

10,000 Life Hours - 1,050 Lumens - 130 Volt - PLT 81553 - 4 Pack

 

An excellent all-purpose bulb, this 100 watt standard shape light bulb is a low-priced option for home and business lighting. The PLT 81553 bulb is equipped with a heavy-duty 130 volt filament, allowing it to last longer when operated at 120 volts. Rough service light bulbs like this one have multiple support filaments to prevent premature burnout from the constant movement and vibration encountered in commercial and industrial applications. With an amazing 10,000 hour life, this bulb will outlast almost all bulbs of its kind.

Specifications

Stock Code:  IN-0100A1910KFR-4PK
Part No.:  81553
Voltage:  130
Bulb Shape:  A19
Base Type:  Medium (E26)
Diameter:  2.375 in.
Lumens (Initial):  1050
 
 
Brand:  PLT
Wattage:  100 Watt
Bulb Color:  Frosted
Bulb Type:  Incandescent
Length:  4.5 in.
Life Hours:  10,000
Package Quantity:  4
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I think it's a little early to summarize,but,here goes. They look,feel,and,smell,like 100 watt bulbs.Lit on the first try.Have stayed lit,for hours at a time. I would buy them again. 9900 hours to go and counting. April 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by I Still Like Incandesant Bulbs Although this is a special purpose bulb, it can be used anyplace a regular bulb can be used. It puts out the light, can stand a reasonable amount of rough handling and lasts a long time. Overall saves you money. October 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vibration is no match for this bulb. Works great in my three garage door openers. March 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by REMARKABLE experience! The shipment arrived several days ago. I removed one of the items from the protective, fibrous material in which it was swaddled and examined it carefully. The first thing I noticed was the elegantly formed, brightly polished metal portion at the devices' fundament. After examining the design, I ascertained that it consisted of a simple, inclined plane, ingeniously wrapped around a cylinder. I then realized that I'd seen this configuration, or its' analog before. Following a hunch, I examined a rather cryptic, but seemingly purpose based orifice that, at some point, had been incorporated into the overhead portion of my living area. To my pleasure, if not my complete surprise, I found that the two, separate items conformed to tolerances that were nearly perfect mirror images of one another. It was hard to avoid the notion that there was something preconceived about what I was observing, dare I say a sort of intelligent design? Following what seemed the obvious course, I introduced the metal base of my newly delivred item into the preexisting recess that I've described. As I'd expected, the principle of the inclined plane was indeed that upon which the next step in the process eventuated. I began applying torque to the nonmetallic portion of the artifact, gently, as appeared to be of some sort of delicate, fused silica. Of course, as I was dealing with two cylindrical objects instead of a straight plank set at a tangent to the level, I held this in mind as I continued my efforts, pushing the load as far as it would travel before encountering resistance. (‘Pushing a LOAD, all right!) I’m going to gloss over the events of the next few days and only say that there’s a small lever located next to the opening that I typically use to access the area in which all of this took place. When I chanced to brush against it with the heel of my hand, the entire ambiance of the area changed immediately and in a most astonishing way. For the sake of credibility, I am not going to describe the phenomenon nor pontificate on its’ possible nature or origin. I’ll only say that, in the time since it began, the quality of my life here has improved exponentially. The constant, minor, physical injuries that I typically suffered on a nearly daily basis and which I'd had learned to accept as simple facts of life have virtually stopped. Every task that I’ve attempted since this experience began, be it work related or recreational, has been accomplished with far less effort, in dramatically less time and with immeasurably improved results. Again, I’m not going to speculate upon the nature, origin or ultimate purpose of these remarkable……things. I only know that, given the choice, I shall NEVER go back to my old way of life. Draw your own conclusions. March 3, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointed Installed bulb which failed in six weeks. 10,000 hour bulb, I don’t think so. Hope you have better luck. February 5, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor lighting While the service of 1000Bulbs is excellent (they replaced the many broken bulbs quickly), the bulbs themselves emit a very poor light. They may be listed as 100 watts, but the light they shed feels closer to 40 watts, and make the room look dull and uninviting. Do not buy these bulbs. December 31, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by My Bulbs are wonderful My bulbs are great. I am glad to be able to still order 100 Watts :) December 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by This little light of mine, I'm going to let it shine. The bulbs arrived unbroken, so they were well packed. They are light bulbs! I expected them to put out light and they have been since being installed. They supposedly last forever. I cannot confirm that yet. I bought them because they are 130 volt bulbs and seemingly can take slight surges in voltage. So far, so good. October 23, 2014
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