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C. Crane BNB Bright Night LED Nightlight Bulb


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  • 4 LEDs but as bright as a regular nightlight
  • Just enough light to see when you need it
  • 120 volt bulb, lasts 20,000 plus hours
  • Energy efficient, 1.3 watts, UL Listed
  • Fits most standard night-light fixtures
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Technical Details
Brand C. Crane Co, Inc.
Part Number LT HH CCNITEBULB
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions4.3 x 2.7 x 1 inches
Item model numberBNB
Item Package Quantity1
Shape E12
Voltage 120 volts
CertificationNot Applicable (N/A)
Type of Bulb LED
Luminous Flux 1 lm
Average Life 20000 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB000RLFDJA
Best Sellers Rank #170,236 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 5, 2007
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Finish:Black The CC Vivid Bright Night puts out less light than a conventional 4-watt incandescent bulb, but it does serve the purpose of low illumination at night and lasts a long time. E12 type Candelabra base bulb Last 20,000+ hours Run cool Won't shatter like glass Energy efficient. Fits most standard night-light fixtures 1.3 watts 2-year limited warranty

From the Manufacturer

The CC Vivid Night puts out less light than a conventional 4-watt incandescent bulb, but it does serve the purpose of low illumination at night and lasts a long time. These 120 Volt bulb last 20,000+ hours, run cool, won't shatter like glass, and are energy efficient. Fits most standard night-light fixtures. 1.3 watts.

Customer Reviews

The light is a blue white color.
Amazon Addict
This bulb however is very dim during the day (good) and bright at night (great).
Diamond Cobra
Lights a room nicely without being too bright.
rick107

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Robert B. Wilkie on February 4, 2009
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Overall I am impressed with this replacement LED night light bulb. It is about as bright as a standard night light bulb, but runs cold.

I bought 2 of these to replace some existing night lights, and was so happy with them I bought 2 more. The overall bulb design is not too fancy and I don't think I would use it as a straight out bulb (no cover). But putting them in standard nightlights with shades works great. I have some other LED night light bulbs (some are 2 LED, some are 3) but they throw out a very faint amount of light. Almost useless unless you are right on top of it.

I would recommend these LED night light bulbs over the others. Only complaint is they are a bit costly (7-8 dollars).
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By åmâzŏniān VINE VOICE on January 23, 2009
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I'm not usually a huge fan of CC Crane LED products but this lil' bulb impresses me so much. It's brighter than the conventional incandescent 7w bulb that it replaces. It's output is in the 5000K range (i.e. daylight spectrum) which is exactly what I need it to be. The only complaint may be that its light distribution can be more even. Right now the dome is fully & evenly lit which is nice but the 4 side-pointing diodes give off very intensed yet concentrated light sources. If they somehow can point inward & contribute to the general dome output, it will make this almost like an incandescent bulb. But still, very nice. It consumes 0.58w (instead of the usual 7w) so I'm not afraid to leave it on 24/7 (although in reality I don't).
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Robert E. Byrd on May 8, 2008
Replaced a standard 7 watt bulb I was using as a night light for my shower. The CC blub is a very bright "White" light (like a fluorescent)that is definitely brighter that the standard incadescent. For a small bulb, I am definitely impressed.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Steve S on November 15, 2009
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I bought a no name LED replacement bulb from Walmart for a couple of dollars, and I hooked the nightlight up to my kill-a-watt energy meter and I found out that the Walmart LED used MORE electricity than the normal incandescent nightlight bulb (around 2 watts), while at the same time not being as bright. I just got these bulbs today and I am absolutely blown away by how bright they are. They are much brighter than the standard incandescent bulb- there is no comparison. And the fact that they use less than a watt (about .8 watts according to reviews) means that we can leave the two bulbs on 24/7 and only use about $1.20 per YEAR in electricity (people who have these bulbs and choose to turn them off during the day- it is more a matter of your OCD than any actual monetary savings).

You may feel better about not "wasting" electricity during the day by turning them off, but in reality you are really using no electricity at all with a bulb that uses .8 watts, and the tradeoff in safety the one day you forget to turn the light back on at night, and you walk into something, or fall and hurt yourself is NOT worth it by any stretch of the imagination). I just installed one at the bottom of a two story staircase and it is so bright it lights up the hallway on the second floor. The other one is in the kitchen at entrance to the house and it will make it easier to both find my way around after entering the house before I find the switch to turn a main light on, and when I make my way down to the kitchen for a late night snack.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Hsu on November 10, 2009
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Slightly brighter than a generic 4W incandescent, but with a higher (bluer) color temperature. However, mine self-destructed after less than 10,000 hours, not even half of the manufacturer's rated lifespan of 20,000 hours much less the claimed 60,000. Looks like the internal circuitry quit and overheated, partially melting the plastic housing.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Robert Bartel on December 24, 2008
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I ordered this because I felt guilty about having a 7 watt night light bulb burning all night long, but needed a light for when guests spent the night. I've owned it for several weeks now and it has exceeded my expectations for a LED light. It is bright and casts a slightly bluish glow. It may be too bright for use in a bedroom, but for hall or bathroom it's excellent. And, you even get to feel self-righteous for saving the electricity.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 11, 2009
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I bought this bulb for a Garrity night light and emergency flashlight (Lantern Model No. 90020) to replace the C7 bulb. The C7 bulb socket is gated by a photocell so the nightlight only operates when it's dark. When I used the Crane LED bulb, the small amount of electricity that runs through the circuit when the photocell registers light is enough to make the LED flicker. The flicker was annoying visually and made me concerned for the life of the bulb in this installation, so I removed it and figure I'll use it on the Xmas tree in place of a normal C7.
The Garrity is the only photocell controlled nightlight I own, so I can't say if this problem extends to all photocell controlled nightlights.

Update: The Feit Electric BPC7/LED Three LED Night Light Bulb with Candelabra Base, Clear, 2 Pack works with the Garrity, so consider it if you need a bulb for a photocell-controlled application.
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