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GE Lighting 78953 0.5-Watt LED Candelabra Base Night Light Bulb C7 Light Bulb, Clear, 2-Pack


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  • C7 shape with candelabra base for use in night lights
  • Uses 0.5-watts
  • Lasts 25000 hours
  • Estimated yearly energy costs $0.16 based on 3 hours per day $0.11 per kWh
  • Clear night light bulb
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GE Lighting 78953 0.5-Watt LED Candelabra Base Night Light Bulb C7 Light Bulb, Clear, 2-Pack + Anyray (2-Pack) LED Night Light bulb, 0.36 Watt C7 (4W 5W 6W 7W Replacement) E12 Candelabra Base, 120V Warm White Color
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Product Information

Style Name: Clear
Technical Details
Part Number 78953
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions2 x 3 x 1.4 inches
Item model number78953
Size80-Lumen
ColorClear
StyleClear
ShapeC7
Voltage120 volts
Wattage0.5 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Type of BulbLED
Luminous Flux40
CertificationNot Applicable (N/A)
  
Additional Information
ASINB006ECC3B2
Best Sellers Rank #23,734 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 26, 2011
  
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Product Description

The future of lighting is here. GE energy smart LED Nightlight bulbs cost pennies a year to operate while providing long rated life. These are ideal for places where you need just enough light to guide you through the dark or provide a subtle accent to walls and fixtures.

From the Manufacturer

GE 76422 Energy Smart Led Night Light C7 1-Watt 2-Pack . Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) were invented by GE scientists in the 1960s and are cutting edge, energy efficient. GE LED Systems are designed for reliability and validated in one of the world's leading reliability laboratories. Rigorous test protocols used at system, sub system and component levels. 10 years experience in LED systems in harsh applications with exceptional reliability performance. The benefits of using LEDs can include significant energy savings, a long useful life up to 50,000 hours, minimized maintenance and related costs, cool burning, robust - vibration resistant, Instant, no warm up time, controls compatible, no mercury or lead, RoHS compliant, extremely low UV (ultraviolet) and IR (infrared) levels means better for pictures and photographs.

Important Information

Brightness
40

Annual Energy cost
0.1 USD

Bulb Life
12000 Hours

Color Temperature
2700 Kelvin

Wattage
0.5 Watts

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

Customer Reviews

They put off a nice, soft white light.
ScubaSailor
Only two stars for the incorrect description stating it is 80 lumens...
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The tungsten filament bulb this replaces is listed at 7 lumens.
D. Knapp

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By tv on May 29, 2011
Style Name: White
Terrible product. Buzzes while on.
Why on earth would GE make a 'nightlight' bulb that emits a loud buzz while working? Not exactly conducive to a restful kid's sleep.
When I first heard the noise, I figured I had a defective bulb. Nope, they both buzz loudly. Only consider these if your application is in a loud environment that will drown out the noise (maybe a shooting range or steel mill). If not, run away.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Knapp on February 18, 2014
Style Name: Clear
The tungsten filament bulb this replaces is listed at 7 lumens. 80 lumens would be more than 10x as bright. It's not. In fact, GE's website doesn't even list the luminous intensity for this bulb! So where 80 came from... someone got creative. Looking down the list of Amazon's offerings I see 15 lumens, 8, 4, a bunch of manufacturers that don't even *list* number of lumens (and this is what we buy the things for!) some that convolute the simple value of lumens into "equivalent luminosity" to tungsten - why? Or lumen-watt. What is that unit anyway? So 1 star for false advertising. Here is the 15 lumen version which is as much as I can find. http://www.amazon.com/G7-Power-Candelabra-0-5-Watt-Replacement/dp/B00CRHG63Y
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By RWright on May 19, 2013
Style Name: Clear
I have bought a few of these now, and one thing I notice if that you use them with certain automatic dusk to dawn fixtures, they cause a buzzing sound at low levels.
The package only mentions not to use them with dimming fixtures, but doesn't mention whether or not they can be used with automatic on/off fixtures. Some clarity as to which
fixtures they are compatible with would be a nice addition. Otherwise, the 2700K color and brightness seem to be about right.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By PURDUDE on May 14, 2011
Style Name: White
For small bulbs, they create quite the buzzing noise that can be heard further away than its dim light can be seen. Returning product.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ... on December 2, 2013
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There is no way this is 80 Lumens. More like 8 Lumens. This is fine if you want a very dim night light. I was looking for something at least as bright as a normal c7 bulb, or ideally even brighter - this bulb is not that.

Only two stars for the incorrect description stating it is 80 lumens...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Michael on July 21, 2014
Style Name: Clear
Wanted a nightlight that was significantly brighter than the cheap (permanently installed LED) nightlights that get dimmer and become useless with age. The light color is good being just a bit whiter than incandescent. The output is decent and at .5W power consumption is low. I compared this bulb side by side to a 4W incandescent and this LED is just a bit dimmer so I'd say 2-3W equivalent is pretty accurate. However the overall useful amount of light in the room is similar plus these bulbs way outperform the low quality LED nightlights they replaced. A little pricey when you consider the bulb plus a nightlight will cost around $5ea compared to about half that for the cheap ones.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Grant on January 9, 2013
Style Name: White
Got this product and one bulb buzzes like a swarm of bees. It would work well somewhere like a garage. Forget in the house.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Dressen on October 21, 2013
Style Name: Clear
In an effort to be greener and to hopefully replace fewer bulbs in the long run, I bought this 2-pack to replace some nightlight bulbs for the hallway. I cannot tell you if they are bright enough (though that metric may just be a personal preference anyway), but they do cast a whiter light than the old fashioned incandescent bulbs (which are more of a warm golden light) we have been using. I put one of the LED bulbs into a photo sensor nightlight fixture and it buzzed - you could hear it across the room easily. The second bulb did the same. How disappointing. Note that the package reads right on the front, "operates on most photo sensor fixtures." Apparently, not the ones we own. It does work fine, without buzzing, in a nightlight fixture with an on/off switch.

Another note. The bulbs work fine in other fixtures, such as the permanent hallway/stairway downlighting (i.e., wall plates positioned and sized like wall outlets but with angled slats to focus light on the floor), without buzzing. They don't seem to cast as much light as the old incandescents, though. The incandescent light spills out as a warm glow and illuminates our steps, whereas the LED light just seems to glow behind the wallplate - so you can see the wallplate but not so much the steps underfoot.
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