|Item Weight||11.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.9 x 6.8 x 4.9 inches|
|Item model number||BPESL23PAR38T/B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL)|
|Special Features||CFL light bulb, Style: Par38 Reflector, Life hours: 8000|
|Usage||Standard - Medium|
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Feit Electric BPESL23PAR38T/B 20-Watt PAR 38 Outdoor Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb, Blue
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Top Customer Reviews
Okay, so why would someone need five of these? Halloween and Christmas outdoor displays, of course!
The silver portion of the housing is plastic, the lens seems like it is glass. The inside is one of those spiral-type fluorescent bulbs. According to the packaging, it uses just 20 watts of energy, but gives off the equivalent light of a 100 watt bulb. And, yes, they do. They do not put out much heat, either.
I've compared these lights to incandescent flood lights in a 'blue' color purchased from a local hardware store. The incandescent floods looked more green than blue to me. Based on that comparison, these lights give off a true 'blue' color. In addition, the incandescent lights put off a lot more heat compared to these bulbs.
The blue on these bulbs is quite similar to the light given off by a black light. Whites stand out nicely with it. But it is not a true black light.
We've used these for our Halloween displays, and they really make our haunted scenes pop. We will be using them to light our Christmas displays as well. Highly recommended!
EDIT: Having looked at this lamp for a while, I've come to the conclusion that there is something fundamentally wrong with a red fluorescent lamp. Fluorescent lamps just don't emit much light in the red end of the spectrum. So when the green and blue are filtered out, allowing red to pass, there just isn't much light left. I'm switching to incandescent red lamps, which should positively excel at emitting red.
ANOTHER EDIT: I now have green, blue, orange, yellow, and red-colored fluorescent lamps. All but red are both bright and have a rich color. Red has a very rich color, but lacks the brightness.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked great through its 1st Christmas season. We'll see how many it lasts.Published 9 days ago by B. W. Finger
Was the best alternative to holiday lighting in terms of wattage next to halogen spot light. Typically lasted for about 5 years. Read morePublished 3 months ago by eMan-DX
These lights do not fair well in outdoor elements. When any water gets into the fixture (i have staked flood lamp fixtures in the ground, illuminating my house), the base... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rodney in Colorado
I decided to replace my regular white floodlight on my patio with this. I am pleased with the color and the amount of light given off (not to little, not too much). Read morePublished 9 months ago by Refreshing Lime
Mid level red light...hasn't been lit very long. We shall see how it turns out.Published 13 months ago by Josh Williams