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C7 - Opaque Orange - Candelabra Base

7 Watt - Christmas Light Replacement Bulbs - 120 Volt - 25 Pack

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Create a lighting display reminiscent of your childhood holidays with the warm tones of these C7 opaque orange Christmas light bulbs.

  • Average 2,000 hours of trouble-free lighting
  • Ceramic bulbs are fade resistant
  • UL listed for indoor/outdoor use

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$0.17 ea.
Sold only by the 25 Pack for $4.25
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Description

Create a lighting display reminiscent of your childhood holidays with the warm tones of these C7 opaque orange Christmas light bulbs.

  • Average 2,000 hours of trouble-free lighting
  • Ceramic bulbs are fade resistant
  • UL listed for indoor/outdoor use

Product Attributes

Brand Christmas Lite Co.
MPN (Part No.) 7C7OR
Wattage 7 Watt
Voltage 120
Base Type Candelabra (E12)
Bulb Color Orange
Bulb Shape C7
Life Hours 2,000
Package Quantity 25
Amperage 0.04 Amps
Type Replacement Bulbs
Lighting Technology Incandescent
Ratings and Certifications UL Indoor/Outdoor

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