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SYLVANIA 10489 60-Watt 130-Volt A19 Household Bulb, 24 Pack 60A CVP, 24PK


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Technical Details

Style: 60-Watt
  • traditional 60 watt light bulbs

Product Description

Style: 60-Watt

Product Description

Incandescent A19 Bulb Shape Standard Coat Medium Aluminum Base 60Watt 130Volt Commercial Value Pack 24Bulbs

From the Manufacturer

SYLVANIA 60-Watt 130-Volt A19 Household Bulb 24-Pack Consumer Value Pack # 60A CVP, 24PK

Product Information

Style Name: 60-Watt
Technical Details
Part Number 10489
Item Weight1.8 pounds
Product Dimensions15.7 x 8.3 x 5.1 inches
Item model number10489
Size24 Pack
Style60-Watt
ShapeA19
Voltage130 volts
Wattage60 watts
Item Package Quantity24
Type of BulbIncandescent
Luminous Flux855 lm
CertificationNot Applicable
Special Featurestraditional 60 watt light bulbs
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BQPXFK
Best Sellers Rank #4,993 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2005
  
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4.2 out of 5 stars

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75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By G. Palmos on September 30, 2010
Style Name: 60-Watt Verified Purchase
These bulbs are excellent! Buy 130v instead of 120v and they will last longer as little electrical spikes won't blow them. Also, they are made in the United States. Most bulbs are coming from China these days. Let's support domestic manufacturing.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Let's Compare Options Preptorial TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 9, 2013
Style Name: 60-Watt
The Feds have now banned the manufacture of these bulbs for "energy" reasons, not realizing that many of us with cold winters use them as heat sources for our pumps, wells, chickens and many other purposes. The folks who make these rules are truly city folk! I've had both Phillips and GE and GE was about the same life (about a year), whereas Phillips was much shorter. They do vary by batch. I put these on a digital timer also available here at Amazon to save power (eg: Woods 50007 Indoor Digital Lamp Timer, Daily Settings, 2-Pack).

I'd stock up on these at this great price if you have any need for winter warmth. The alternative is heat lamps which cost a fortune, use a lot more electricity, and are a fire hazard! No one in Congress thought of that I guess!!

Great investment, get a bunch now and resell or share in a couple years when they are either a fortune or gone with the buggy whip.
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80 of 98 people found the following review helpful By John H. Meyer on May 24, 2011
Style Name: 60-Watt Verified Purchase
I ordered a package of 24 60W Sylvania bulbs, despite the many reviews suggesting a quality control problem.

Unfortunately, those reviews are accurate. The bulbs arrived totally intact (no broken glass), and the package was in perfect shape. Thus, I don't think there was a problem in packaging. However, because of the reviews, I tested each of the 24 bulbs. 10 of the 24 -- almost 1/2 of all the bulbs -- were defective. I could see the filaments inside were detached. In addition, each bulb had a different amount of frosted coating, and in many cases the coating was non-uniform.

So, bottom line, these bulbs are junk, the product of incompetent manufacturing practices. Under no circumstances should you waste your time ordering these. I am returning mine for a refund, and will purchase light bulbs instead at 1000bulbs.com, bulbster.com, or bulbs.com, all of which I have used before, and none of which has shipped even one bad bulb. I don't blame Amazon for this, but I will blame them if they continue to sell such an obviously substandard product.

[Edit]The day I wrote this review, I returned all these defective bulbs, and Amazon promptly refunded my purchase. Thank you Amazon! I then ordered several dozen bulbs from "bulbs.com". This new order included not only 24 incandescent bulbs, but also many, many other bulbs. I tested all sixty bulbs when they arrived an every single one tested OK. So, instead of 10 out of 24 defective units, I had 0 out of 60. This improvement was due to the fact that bulbs.com shipped quality product, and also to the fact that they did the most unbelievably wonderful job of packing that I've ever seen.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By ferrigodmother on November 12, 2011
Style Name: 60-Watt Verified Purchase
I ordered these on 11-9-10 and received them on 11-11 packed well both by Amazon and Sylvania. Thinking of the numerous reviews which said so many of this 24 pack didn't work I tested each from the 24 pack. Each one did work but I have the following notes. It took me the the first ten to realize that the threads are further apart on these bulbs than most other light bulbs of this type making it more difficult to screw them into a light fixture. Also, I found that if these bulbs are screwed into too tightly they will not light either. Initially I didn't think the first ten lit but after I realized the difference in the threads, retried carefully screwing each one in and they worked along with the other fourteen. I would recommend these bulbs to family, friends and YOU.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By InformedConsumer1 on April 21, 2012
Style Name: 60-Watt Verified Purchase
Higher electric bills, the impending ban on incandescent light bulbs and mercury in compact fluorescent bulbs started me to experiment with newer LED replacement bulbs. I wanted to use one that requires only 13 watts to provide light equivalent to a 100-watt bulb in a few bathroom ceiling fixtures. Unfortunately, they are connected to a Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) in my home's main incoming electrical panel. GFIs apparently are not compatible with LED bulbs since my breaker flipped when I tried to turn on the light. I assume that this was due to built-in cooling fans and rectifiers that enable LEDs in the bulb to work with standard electrical power. Until something better comes along, I have no choice but to use standard 60-watt incandescent bulbs, the maximum allowed in the fixtures, or rewire the bathroom.

Compared to the price of a LED replacement bulb, 24 Sylvania bulbs from Amazon seemed cheap until I factor in the higher power consumption of old technology. My only hesitation was caused by reviews from other customers about bad bulbs from Sylvania or damage in shipment. I decided to take a chance, but inspect all the bulbs when I received them. This is what I did when they came yesterday (4/20/2012). The bulbs were well packed by Amazon and UPS appeared to have handled them with reasonable care. The carton contained six packages of four bulbs. Everything was fine until I got to the second bulb in the sixth package. It was the only bad one out of the 24 bulbs.

I have found bad bulbs in packages from Sylvania before. Their bulbs are lighter and less durable than those from other manufacturers that charge considerably more. I believe that they are adequate to meet my needs and that I picked the best alternative.
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