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  1. T20 | LED = 100 watt | 5-yr | 25,000-hrs | Sunlit 3500K | XL638
    T20 | LED = 100 watt | 5-yr | 25,000-hrs | Sunlit 3500K | XL638

    Twist it. Lock It. Bop it...oh, this isn the Bop it commercial… Well does it still work here? Kinda....Then Twist it! Lock it! Walk away and love it!

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    • SKU: XL638|100w|GU24|35K|6
    • Wattage: 16.5 Watts
    • CRI: 90 CRI
    • Brand: GoodBulb
    • Operation Type: Open or Enclosed
    • Power Voltage: 120 Volts
    • Base Code: GU24
    • Life Hours: 25,000 Hours
    • Bulb: Stronger|Brighter|LongerLife
    Items in pack: 6
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California Title 20

If a product complies with Title 20, that means it meets the energy efficiency standards set by the California Energy Commission. This impacts three main categories of lighting: state-regulated LED lamps, state-regulated small diameter directional lamps, and state-regulated general service lamps.

To be Title 20-compliant, bulbs must produce light for general illumination with a brightness less than or equal to 2600 lumens, and greater than or equal 200 lumens.

Where To Use An A Shape GU24 Base Bulb

Shaped like a snow cone, A Shape bulbs are probably what you think of when someone says, "light bulb”. The A-Shape (Arbitrary) LED light bulb, or general service bulb is the shape we are all most familiar with. It is a shape so common that this is the universal symbol for light bulbs around the world! The bulb’s shape hasn’t changed since Thomas Edison assembled the first commercial model in 1879! Although the shape remains the same, there are variations in size. GU24 base bulbs have a two-prong base that requires a twist and lock type of installation. GU24 base bulbs are ideal for pendant or ceiling fixtures at home, offices, hotels, restaurants, bedrooms, study rooms, living rooms, kitchens, etc.

Buy A Light, Be A Light.

16% of the world's population still lives without electricity. GoodBulb believes we all have the opportunity to create a positive impact. Join us in choosing to buy quality products that help you create that positive impact in the world. Those who live without electricity often rely on kerosene lanterns. These are inefficient, expensive, and dangerous. In fact, Kerosene is the #1 cause for devastating fires in remote villages, destroying homes and endangering lives. With every light bulb you purchase, GoodBulb provides solar lanterns to families who live without electricity.

LED bulbs not only bring down your energy bills but are also more environmentally friendly when compared to incandescent bulbs and compact fluorescent lights (CFLs). LED bulbs contribute the least amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere of all lighting sources. LED bulbs consume less power per unit of light emitted. This reduces greenhouse emissions from power plants. Carbon dioxide emissions for LEDs are also low. One LED bulb will minimize greenhouse gas emissions by almost half a ton. For example, an incandescent bulb results in 4,500 pounds of CO2 annually, while LED bulbs contribute just 451 pounds of CO2 per year. LED lighting can last up to 20 years, this longer life decreases the production of more bulbs, reducing the greenhouse emissions created by the manufacturing process.

LEDs have the best light distribution by focusing light in one direction as opposed to other types of lighting that waste energy by emitting light in all directions. Fewer LED bulbs are needed to achieve the same level of brightness given off by other forms of bulbs. Less bulbs reduce energy consumption and benefit the environment.

LEDs generate less heat during use so cooling costs are much lower. Incandescent bulbs release 90% of the energy as heat. While LED bulbs release 5% of the energy as heat and the rest is made into light. LEDs also contain ZERO mercury, unlike CFLs.

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