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Tesler 25 Watt 2-Pack Frosted Bent Tip Candelabra Bulbs

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A two-pack of frosted glass candelabra bulbs.

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These frosted glass, candelabra style bulbs feature a decorative bent tip for a distinctive look. Light output is 175 lumens, energy used is 25 watts and service life is 1500 hours. From Tesler.

  • 2-pack of frosted glass candelabra base light bulbs. Bent tip design.
  • 25 watts. Light output is 175 lumens.
  • 1,500 hour average bulb life.
  • A decorative look for chandeliers and more.
  • Price is for two bulbs. Two bulbs per pack. From the Tesler brand.
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Are these 12 volt?
george n on Oct 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: These are 120v bulbs.
Is this bulb suitable for a European screw receptacle?
Liz G on Nov 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Liz - not sure what you mean by "European screw receptacle", but these bulbs have a screw-in candelabra base. If you'd like, contact one of our sales associates and they can confirm for you that these bulbs will work for your fixture or lamp.
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Worked okay until we could find LED bulbs to replace them.
We were glad that the store had bulbs that would fit the lamp and could explain how many watts for each bulb the chandelier can handle. I needed that from the store to convince my daughter that she couldn't put more powerful bulbs in it. Later, we found LED bulbs that fit it so we are using them instead. They are even brighter but use less watts than these incandescent bulbs do.
September 20, 2018
over 4 years ago