25A19/TRANS RED PET-Night Bright-81680-25 watt-A19-130 volt-5000 hours-E26 Medium-Red

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Charlie toke a bone from Winnie today and I have one sad puppy in the office.

25A19/TRANS RED PETNITE-BRITE

Specs:

  • SKU: GB81680
  • Bulb Shape: A19
  • Wattage: 25
  • Power Voltage: 130
  • MPN (Part No.): 81680
  • Color Temperature: 2700
  • Life Hours: 5000
  • Lighting Technology: incandescent
  • Lumens: NA
  • Dimmable: Yes
  • Base Type: E26- MEDIUM
  • Finish: Red

Description:

Lets start with facts. Conspiracy theories about the incandescent demise have been greatly exagerated to the point that some people believe the Matrix is real and that a Flat Earth is up there, somewhere... Adam was telling me that others believe the global elite are controlled by lizard people at the center of the earth. I wonder if Lizard people control the elite on flate earth? Then Adam tells me that if you Replace every instance of the word "God" in every religion with "Alien miners from another planet", and you have the truth of the meaning of human life. Adam says he doesn't believe any of these theories but wouldn't it be fun to have a beer and listen to a guy who knows a good conspiracy. Are you annoyed that I started off this paragraph stating "The Facts" and then went into the ridicilious. If So, I'm sorry.

Most of the incandescent bulbs you have grown to love are still available. If you love them - we are hapy to help. Did you know that 90 percent of the electricty used in an incandescent bulb is turned into heat. That explains why they get so hot and it's also why incandescent bulbs are not considered efficient. When selecting the right incandescent you can still correlate watts to lumens. We recommend looking at lumens first and then matching that number to the desired watts. A 100 watt bulb should produce around 1600 lumens and a 60 watt should produce 800 lumens.

If you love an incandescent light bulb it is most likely becuase you grown used to the warm, inviting glow. The incandescent glows at 2700 Kelvin and if ever switch to LED we recommend between a 2400 and 2700 Kelvin to match the ambiance. If you need more light you can increase the lumens or change to a higher kelvin temperature. In conclusion, the incandescent light bulb is NOT banned or removed from the market. They may seem harder to purchase or find due to the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 which changed the way light bulbs are manufactured. This law requires manufacturers to produce more lumens while using less watts. The US Energy Department agreed in December of 2019 that it would not impose stricter standards on the "general service" light bulbs. This ruling effects affects nearly 3 billion light bulbs that are being used in sockets across the USA. 50 percent of the bulbs being used in homes are still incandescent. Light Bulbs today are more efficient and you do see numerous options to control the color temperature. Some incandescents have been phased out of production by certain manufacturers so if you can't find what you are looking for, just ask.

Thanks again for listening and if you have any questions just call a lighting specialist at 1.701.205.4953 and please #begood todays.

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GoodBulb Founder

Tom Enright

  • 2700 Kelvin:standard color temperature of an incandescent
  • Long Life:Superior Life Incandescents have been known to last
  • Thomas Edison:Did not invent the light bulb
  • Humphrey Davy:first investigated basic idea of light
  • Over 115 Years:How long the Centennial bulb has been burning


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