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PLT-G80E2660W
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60 Watt - G25 Antique Lamp - 3.15 in. Diameter - 130V
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G25 Globe Style - 60 Watt

Antique Vintage Light Bulb - 3.15 in. Diameter - Hand-Wound Spiral Tungsten Filament - Multiple Supports - Medium Tint Glass Finish

 
This 60-watt incandescent antique globe lamp features an authentic hand-wound spiral tungsten style filament, containing 32 supports. Rated at a 3,000-hour life, this 130-volt bulb produces 240 initial lumens and has a medium tint. Creating a warm glow, this G25 antique lamp is perfect for vintage restorations and includes a medium (E26) base, allowing it to be used in standard household sockets.

Specifications

Stock Code:  PLT-G80E2660W
Wattage:  60 Watt
Bulb Color:  Medium Tint
Bulb Type:  Incandescent
Length:  4.45 in.
Filament Type:  Spiral/Tungsten
Lumens (Initial):  240
 
 
Brand:  PLT
Voltage:  130
Bulb Shape:  G25
Base Type:  Medium (E26)
Diameter:  3.15 in.
Life Hours:  3,000
Case Quantity:  50
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by NOT RECOMMEND! I bought a bunch of antique bulbs a year ago for my business and they all works great except this particular style. I had to replaced 3 times within a year. That's alot of money wasted. Woul not recommend it! December 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful and Stylish Filament With a very warm glow, this bulb has a beautiful ambient light. The wound spiral filament is the key to its antique look and has a very old and distinguished feel. At the same time, the long filament is more fragile so it should be used in more immobile fixtures to keep it from being shaken up. October 27, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Burned out I ordered three of these bulbs and about a month later one has already burned out. It was not being used that extensively, and was certainly nowhere near 3,000 life hours. Too bad since the bulbs look really cool in antique copper pendants. But I won't be reordering if this is how long they last. :( October 21, 2014
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