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Aero-Tech ULA-95 20,000 Hour 60-Watt A-19 Frosted Incandescent Bulb, 6-Pack


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  • 26 times the life of average bulbs saving labor & replacement costs
  • Brass base eliminates corrosion and prevents base from sticking in socket
  • 5 support wires to help provide long life with excellent resistence to vibration and shock
  • Special rare Krypton gas mixture reduces heat and prolongs filament life
  • Made in the USA
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Technical Details
Part Number 60A19/FR
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions7.4 x 5.1 x 4.5 inches
Item model numberULA-95
Size60-Watt A-19
ColorFrosted
ShapeA19
Wattage60 watts
Special Featuresdimmable
Warranty Description2- years, replacement lamp only
  
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ASINB000XSKD4C
Best Sellers Rank #24,340 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 10, 2005
  
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  • dimmable

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From the Manufacturer

Aero-Tech is the only manufacturer of 20,000 hour rated, long-life incandescent bulbs in America. The less time and money spent on lights bulbs the better. Aero-Tech Light Bulbs are the brightest idea in lights bulbs since the days of Thomas Edison. Not one break-through, but THREE: 1) Extra durable filament, 2) Extra protection against vibration, 3) Extra strength to absorb voltage surges. 26 times the life of average bulbs saving labor & replacement costs. Brass base eliminates corrosion and prevents base from sticking in socket. 5 support wires help provide long life with excellent resistence to vibration and shock. Special rare Krypton gas mixture reduces heat and prolongs filament life. 60-watt A-19 20,000 hour long life incandescendant frosted light bulb, (6-pack).

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60.0 Watts

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By emalinx on February 16, 2014
I bought these originally because they are 100 percent made in USA, not just assembled. I knew they would have slightly less lighting power, if they have a sturdier (thicker) filament. The other brands have filaments like spider web, and when the voltage surges, poof, gone. I put my first 60 watt into a lamp in the living room when I moved to my new address in fall, 2012. I turn that lamp on every morning, and leave it on all day, for security, That bulb has lasted a year and a half already. .We have power outages, and flickers in this neighborhood. A regular bulb might only last a week.

The light is more yellow, more like candle light. I like it. I hate the blue light of florescent, and don't want the mercury. LEDs also give off a harsh light. To get more light out of heavy filament bulbs, buy the clear. bulbs. I am a low energy consumer. I am not a big energy user, and I am reducing landfill by using a long life bulb. I stockpiled these bulbs, in case they try to force me into toxic alternatives.

Best of all, Made in USA! The last bulbs completely made here. Its a classic. Looks like Edison built it
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By hrrmph VINE VOICE on October 6, 2012
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These do the job well.

I have lived more than 5 years in an area with unusually unstable electricity. Residents have put appropriate pressure on the utility to straighten up and the utility has promised to eventually upgrade their equipment. Until then, we wait. Or better yet, do something else about it in the mean time...

In a house with approximately 35 light bulbs, it was 'normal' to lose 3 or 4 bulbs to burn-out each week. Some weeks, it was one a day.

I tried the Feit triple-life bulbs that are rated for 2,000 to 3,000 hours. Those were an improvement and they cut down on the failures significantly. But, I was still changing out 2 or 3 bulbs a week.

So I started experimenting with 20,000 hour rated long-life bulbs back in July of 2011. After trying several brands, I settled on the Aero-Tech brand.

With the Aero-Tech bulbs, I change about 1 to 3 per month instead of 2 or 3 per week. I even sometimes make it through a month without changing a bulb now.

The color and intensity of long-life bulbs generally isn't the best. But the Aero-Tech bulbs have a relatively pleasant color and reasonable intensity compared to some of the other choices.

I tend to:

- Use the 60W bulbs where I don't need a lot of light (they are a little dimmer than normal, I think);

- Use the 75W bulbs where I might normally use a 60W bulb (that would be in most places); and

- Use the 100W bulbs only in the areas where I need a lot of light.

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So far, so good - glad I found them.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sandra L. Gibbs on May 12, 2009
I was intrigued by the reviews. A good point was how many lumens did it put out? So, I went to the GE website.
Their GE 60W regular bulb put out 865 lumens for 1000 hours of use.
Smarthome 60W bulb put out 530 lumens for 20,000 hours of use.
You be the judge. I would use the Smarthome for overhead lights and if I needed a reading light, I'd use the GE.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By reed142 on August 3, 2013
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The Aero-Tech ULA-95 20,000 Hour 60-Watt A-19 Frosted Incandescent Bulb, 6-Pack...does not actually give off a forsted white incandescent glow, but more of a yellow glow. Therefore, the lighting capability for which is was to be used is no longer possible, so I had to go find other bulbs. I'm not sure what to do with the bulbs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bookworm for life on August 25, 2014
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So far so good, but I'll have to review again in a few years since their longevity is their selling point. I will say that one was dropped onto a hard wood floor and not only didn't break, but still worked just fine.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Greg Powers on August 25, 2013
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This bulb does not give off white light or even yellow, or "warm" light. It gives off ORANGE light. It makes the whole room look orange. What were these guys thinking??
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. Tesler on March 6, 2013
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The Amazon product detail page does not specify the brightness of a ULA-95. You may see "1100 lumens" but that's due to an erroneously included paragraph about a 15-watt CFL that has no connection to the ULA-95. I reported the mistake.

The manufacturer's website says the ULA-95 produces 575 lumens. The bulb sleeve says 530 lumens. Could Aero have recently improved the brightness but shipped me older inventory? I don't care; there's not much difference.

But a standard 60-watt bulb (when new) produces roughly 800 lumens, about 40% more than a ULA-95. However, I can't see much difference between the brightness of two adjacent ceiling fixtures in my house, one with two standard bulbs and the other with two ULA-95's.

If I only have to climb a ladder and perform a difficult bulb swap once a decade instead of twice a year, I'll ignore the minor difference in brightness. In other situations, it may not be viable to reduce light output by 30%.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Veyor on October 27, 2013
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2 burnt out in the first month...bought 12 of them....It looks well made but I think it's lifespan it totally exaggerated...I would not buy again
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