Acorn LED

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Not the same Acorns that one squirrel keeps chasing...

You know which squirrel we mean...he just can't seem to get his hands on his prize. Poor guy. GoodBulb's Acorn 360° LED bulbs, however, are within easy reach! Designed for many outdoor applications, such as a fixture attached to a post where tons of light is required. Think parking lots and baseball fields, or scale models of our solar system when you're needing a good representation of the sun... the possibilities are endless! We offer a number of high-quality LED post top retrofits that are versatile in their use, extending great light, savings, and security with minimal maintenance. 

Did You Know?

Thomas Edison didn't invent the light bulb. In fact, he was just one person in a long line of others who contributed to the development of this life-changing technology. In 1800, Alessandro Volta introduced the first practical method of generating electricity in the form of the voltaic pile, which is the predecessor of the modern battery and is considered to be one of the earliest manifestations of incandescent lighting. Humphry Davy, an English chemist and inventor, is credited with creating the very first electric arc lamp by connecting a voltaic pile to charcoal electrodes in 1802.

Light Bulb Moment

The mathematical equation for the correct use of electricity in circuits was published in 1827 by Georg Ohm. This equation, known as Ohm's law, came to fruition 27 years after Humphry Davy introduced the first light bulb to humanity, and more than half a century before Thomas Edison invented the first commercially feasible incandescent light bulb, as well. Ohm's law calculates the correct voltage of electricity given the current and resistance of any electrical circuit. 

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  1. GoodBulb LED Acorn | 30 Watt | 5000 Kelvin | E39 Mogul base
    GoodBulb LED Acorn | 30 Watt | 5000 Kelvin | E39 Mogul base
    150 watt metal halide equal | E26 base adaptor included
      • 30 watt
      • 360 degree beam spread
      • 150 watt metal halide equal
      • easy install
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    Specs:

    • Watts: 30
    • Brand: GoodBulb
    • Power Voltage: 120-277V
    • MPN (Part No.): GBLEDACORN30W5K
    • Base Code: E39
    • Life Hours: 50,000
    Special Price $39.97 Regular Price $102.19
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  2. GoodBulb LED Acorn - 10 watt - 5000 Kelvin
    GoodBulb LED Acorn - 10 watt - 5000 Kelvin
      • 10 Watt
      • Energy Efficient
      • Acorn Shape
      • Easy Install
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    Specs:

    • Watts: 10
    • Brand: GoodBulb
    • Power Voltage: 120- 277V
    • MPN (Part No.): GBLEDACORN10W5K
    • Base Code: E26 - Medium
    • Life Hours: 50,000
    • Warranty: Yes
    Special Price $24.78 Regular Price $44.99
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Not the same Acorns that one squirrel keeps chasing...

You know which squirrel we mean...he just can't seem to get his hands on his prize. Poor guy. GoodBulb's Acorn 360° LED bulbs, however, are within easy reach! Designed for many outdoor applications, such as a fixture attached to a post where tons of light is required. Think parking lots and baseball fields, or scale models of our solar system when you're needing a good representation of the sun... the possibilities are endless! We offer a number of high-quality LED post top retrofits that are versatile in their use, extending great light, savings, and security with minimal maintenance. 

Did You Know?

Thomas Edison didn't invent the light bulb. In fact, he was just one person in a long line of others who contributed to the development of this life-changing technology. In 1800, Alessandro Volta introduced the first practical method of generating electricity in the form of the voltaic pile, which is the predecessor of the modern battery and is considered to be one of the earliest manifestations of incandescent lighting. Humphry Davy, an English chemist and inventor, is credited with creating the very first electric arc lamp by connecting a voltaic pile to charcoal electrodes in 1802.

Light Bulb Moment

The mathematical equation for the correct use of electricity in circuits was published in 1827 by Georg Ohm. This equation, known as Ohm's law, came to fruition 27 years after Humphry Davy introduced the first light bulb to humanity, and more than half a century before Thomas Edison invented the first commercially feasible incandescent light bulb, as well. Ohm's law calculates the correct voltage of electricity given the current and resistance of any electrical circuit.