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25ED420 Features: -Swirl bulb.-Fits most standard light sockets.-Low heat and low glare illumination helps reduce eyestrain.-Perfect for reading, creating and office spaces.-Rated to last up to 10,000 hours.-Energy efficient. Includes: -Accommodates (1) 25W type V medium base bulb (included). Construction: -Constructed of glass, circuit board, polybutyelene teraphalate polyester, copper and tungsten. Specifications: -Replaces 100 watt incandescent bulbs. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 9.16'' H x 2.5'' W x 2.5'' D. Warranty: -Manufacturer provides one year warranty.
The OttLite 508 Illumination 25 watt screw-in bulb delivers the right mix of brightness and contrast to bring true colors and comfortable clarity to your world so you can enjoy your time even more. You’ll see colors accurately and fine print and details with ease under this unique low heat, low glare illumination that helps reduce eyestrain. Perfect anywhere you want to read or see color accurately. The output of a 25 watt OttLite bulb is roughly equivalent to that of a 100 watt incandescent bulb. So, they use about ¼ the amount of energy for the same amount of light. However, it's not just about energy-savings, it's also about the quality of the light.
This is a great bulb for a reading or work area---the "cool" temperature of the bulb really reduces eye strain. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Don Carlos Buell
Really bright, really daylight indoors in a normal socket at a great price. Our dining room's lighting was an ugly orange for 20 years - and that's where I sew. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jayelithe
Use in my product photography in a light tent...they are great!Published 2 months ago by Karyl L Yelverton
This is the best light for doing small repairs or any small needlework etc... The price was perfect and you can use it in any lamp, worth every penny.Published 2 months ago by Fred the computer guy