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Globe 13-Watt Ultra-Mini Compact Fluorescent Spiral Bulb (60-Watt Incandescent Equivalent), Red and Green, 2 Pack #2340001


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Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.9 x 4.1 x 2.1 inches
  
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ASINB000GBIVVI
Best Sellers Rank #799,234 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces
Date First AvailableJuly 28, 2011
  
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Set the Christmas mood and light up your home with Globe Enersaver® party bulbs while saving in energy costs. With a growing concern for reducing energy consumption, Globe's line of compact fluorescent lighting is growing in popularity. With compact fluorescent light bulbs you can save money by switching from incandescent bulbs. CFLs use approximately 70% less energy than incandescent bulbs and produce the same light output. One CFL bulb lasts from 8,000 to 10,000 hours or up to 10 years and countless Christmas and holiday parties!

Buying Guide

Five Tips for Buying Compact Fluorescent Bulbs

Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) are energy-saving replacements for incandescent light bulbs. Below you will find information to assist you in choosing the right bulb.

How do incandescent bulbs and CFLs compare?
Incandescent bulbs produce light by passing electricity through a small wire filament, heating it until it glows. Compact fluorescent lamps use an efficient chemical reaction to produce light, which requires 66%-75% less electricity to produce the same light output as a comparable incandescent bulb. CFLs are also cooler than incandescent bulbs and last considerably longer. CFLs are available in the familiar range of styles and colors to suit different applications, including standard round, candelabra, flood, track, three-way, dimmable, indoor, and outdoor.

What are the different base types of compact fluorescent bulbs?
CFLs are available in three base types: screw base, pin base, and GU24.

  • Screw base bulbs, which have the familiar Edison screw socket, are the type used to replace existing incandescent bulbs. Simply swap out the old incandescent bulb for your new CFL and save significant energy costs. 
  • Pin-base CFLs have small plastic bases with two or four pins and are designed to be used with separate ballasts mounted in fixtures designed for pin-base CFLs.
  • The GU24 socket and base system is designed to replace the Edison socket and base in energy efficient lighting fixtures to match the newest ENERGY STAR requirements. Fixtures that use GU24 bulbs are designed to avoid backward compatibility with screw base bulbs, guaranteeing higher energy efficiency.

How long do the bulbs last?
CFLs can last 8,000 to 15,000 hours depending on quality while incandescent bulbs typically last 750 to 1,000 hours.

What types of lighting can I get with CFLs?
While many people are familiar with the bluish-white flicker of a hospital hallway illuminated by old-style 48-inch fluorescent bulbs, in fact a broad range of colors are available. The common colors range from a "soft white", to a medium white to a "daylight" color that has more blue and less yellow. Additionally, a range of novelty colors are available (red, black, green, etc.) including yellow, which is ideal for outdoor lighting as it does not attract insects. For indoor lighting of living spaces, choose a cooler temperature light, while for garages or work areas use the brighter and bluer daylight CFLs which cast a wider area of illumination. If you are using a dimmable fixture, you will need to purchase a CFL specifically designed for dimming; standard CFLs do not have that function.

How do I dispose of CFLs?
Some municipalities allow for regular trash disposal while others require disposal at a hazardous waste facility, or recycling facility. Contact your local waste collection service or municipality for the policy in your area.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By phazed on February 14, 2007
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They're both amazingly bright. The red is perfectly saturated light, but the green one is a little paler than I expected (I own every color of these).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By William Peter Wion on January 9, 2007
green looked good in our post but red looked kinda orange. But overall looked great
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Todd Houts on November 2, 2007
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Unlike the mixed feelings I had about the black and orange halloween set of lamps - this Christmas set is dead on. Highly recommended to both spread the Christmas spirit and to be environmentally friendly about it.
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I purchased the green and blue bulbs at great prices (too low to print) LOL.
They do the job. I use a blue bulb in a small bedroom (not used) that faces the street...otherwise the front would be totally dark. Like a beacon.
I could use red but that might signal a house of ill repute LOL.
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I purchased these in AUGUST of 2007. They were exactly what I WANTED. Unfortunately I broke the RED one during the 2009/2010 season. I want to replace it but evidently AMAZON'S source has dried up. Hopefully someone will read this review and let me know where I can get more.
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