Feit Electric LED Light Bulb, Frosted Bent Tip Bulb Candelabra, 120V, 2W (25W Equivalent) - 3000K - 150 Lumens
Feit Electric BPCFF/LED/RP
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About The Feit Electric BPCFF/LED 150 Lumens Frosted Candelabra LED Light Bulb, 25 Watt Equivilant - 20,000 Hours - 3000K
The Feit Electric BPCFF/LED LED Light Bulb that produces 150 Lumens or beautiful illumination. The Feit Electric BPCFF/LED LED Light Bulb uses just 2 watts of power but produces the same lighting that a 25 watt incandescent/halogen light bulb. The Feit Electric BPCFF/LED Light Bulb has a color temperature of 3000K allowing the LED light bulb to emit a neutral white light. The Feit Electric BPCFF/LED LED Light Bulb is rated for a lifespan of 20,000 hours. The Feit Electric BPCFF/LED LED Light Bulb is backed by a two year manufacturer warranty, and will greatly reduce your energy cost from lighting.
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Can this bulb be used outdoors? I'm looking for an outside bulb with a small base about 25 W.
No, this bulb is not rated for damp locations. The Toshiba LED bulbs are rated for damp locations, however, are only available in standard A19 base, and Bi-Pin MR16 base. They are currently not available in Candelabra.
is it frosted and is it dimmable.....i have 11 candelabra with 6 bulbs each---the problems is they are flickering too much all of a sudden...looking for a solution, thought LED bulbs with much lower wattage would work, Must be frosted and dimmable...let me know.
This bulb is frosted, however, it is not dimmable. In addition, not all dimmer switches will work with LED bulbs, and will cause flickering due to the nature of the dimmer, not so much the bulb. If you are currently experiencing flickering, you may want to reduce the wattage of your candelabra bulbs, or install a more powerful dimmer switch (such as a 1000W dimmer).
what's the length of this item?
The Feit Electric BPCFF/LED measures 4.5" from end to tip, and 4" from the socket to tip of the bulb.
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