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Sylvania 12709 100-watt 130-volt Production Ended in 2011 but for a Halogen Replacement Made in America Using 72-watt Please See Amazon No. B00A282TYU


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  • Convenient pack of 24 Sylvania 100-watt bulbs
  • Standard coating (frosted)
  • 750 to 1,500 life hours depending on wattage and line voltage used
  • Maximum overall length of 4-1/4 inches
  • Bulbs can be used in any position
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Sylvania 12709 100-watt 130-volt Production Ended in 2011 but for a Halogen Replacement Made in America Using 72-watt Please See Amazon No. B00A282TYU + SYLVANIA 10489 60-Watt 130-Volt A19 Household Bulb, 24 Pack 60A CVP, 24PK + Sylvania 15172 65-Watt 130-Volt BR30 Indoor Flood Light, 6 Pack
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Technical Details
Brand Sylvania
Part Number 12709
Item Weight1.8 pounds
Product Dimensions15 x 7.6 x 4.7 inches
Item model number12709
Item Package Quantity24
Shape A19
Voltage 130 volts
Specific Uses General purpose
Fixture Features frosted
CertificationUL Listed
Type of Bulb Incandescent
Wattage 100 watts
Bulb Features Instant On
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BPASJM
Best Sellers Rank #72,974 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2005
  
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Sylvania provides a convenient value pack of 24 100-watt, 130-volt A19 household light bulbs. They feature a standard frosted coating and provide 750 to 1,500 life hours depending on the wattage and the line voltage used. With a maximum overall length of 4-1/4 inches, these bulbs can be used in any position.

Product Description

CONVENIENT VALUE PACK BY SYLVANIA. 24 PACK OF 100 WATT/130 VOLT REGULAR INCANDESCENT LIGHT BULBS. HIGHER VOLTAGE BULBS THAT PROTECT AGAINST ELECTRICITY SURGES--MAKES THESE LONG LASTING BULBS. THESE ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE DUE TO CHANGES IN U.S. LAW.

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Packaging was excellent - no breakage.
Rich
One small shake of the package told me that there were numerous broken bulbs.
AMR
Led-American, definitely will buy from you again!
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140 of 140 people found the following review helpful By M. Leahy on December 1, 2010
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What can I say, these are your basic 100 watt incandescent light bulbs. Another reviewer said these last longer due to the higher 130-volt bulbs. We had replaced most of our bulbs around the house with fluorescent believing they were saving us money. As another reviewer said, they really don't in the long run because the "long life" they advertise is only if they were left on full time, not shut off daily like most household lights are! As these bulbs age, they become very dim, and we were tired of not being able to see as well in our house! We decided to go back to incandescent bulbs in some of the most important light fixtures so we can actually read the newspaper at night, so I ordered this case from Amazon. They arrived quickly & in perfect condition. We love the light and believe that people should continue to use these types of bulbs in their homes before they become obsolete. Remember also that florescent bulbs are filled with mercury, which ends up in our landfills since nobody has created a way to dispose of those bulbs properly! I may follow up with a video review of these bulbs vs. the florescent bulbs in our home so you can see what a difference they make!
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290 of 321 people found the following review helpful By ahtimsa1970 on December 29, 2011
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They work well, shine bright, and - best of all - make me feel constantly proud to be screwing the eco-nazis. Screw you, Al Gore! Keep your hands off my thermostat, light bulbs and recycling bins. I worked hard for my money; I'll spend it however I choose.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By William Dwayne DelGrande on October 11, 2010
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An excellent long life bulb that provides superior lighting. Also, the higher voltage rating allows this bulb to survive voltage spikes that destroy lesser bulbs. Manufactured in St. Marys, Pennsylvania.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Iodides on December 30, 2011
I love these 100W bulbs primarily because they provide great light and heat. I pay my own power bill, having earned my way, and I don't like the ill light provided by fluorescents (anybody remember "Joe Versus the Volcano"?) The other feature is that they're made by Sylvania rather than the sell out Government Electric.

First they came for your phosphate dish-washing detergent, now they come for your incandescent light bulbs...and want you to replace them with mercury laden poison factories that give off sickening light. Where do these regressive 'progressives' ever stop?
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60 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Mkelley1000 on December 30, 2011
These bulbs will soon be illegal. Our government is borrowing 40% of it's budget, yet it is still so over-staffed that it can worry about what kind of light bulbs citizens use. I will be relieved when Uncle Sam is too broke to care about idiocy like this. Our national debt will be up to $20 trillion before long (it's growing at about $1.3 trillion per year now), so a true "austerity" budget will soon be all we can afford. Yippy!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on May 16, 2011
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These are great light bulbs! They last long, and offer great light to read by, or support whatever it is you are doing. Stock up before the incandescent light bulb is officially illegal to sell in the United States. Amazon offers a fantastic price on these. The one shipment I received with broken bulbs (out of three shipments so far) was replaced with a one-day shipment via FedEx.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Laughead on February 21, 2011
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A 100 watt light bulb gives off a 100 watts of Warm heat and 1750 Lumens of Light. A Fluorescent bulb gives off 23 watts of no heat, and 1100 lumens of light. I have lamps in my bed room, and they give off 400 watts of nice warm heat, plus plenty of good reading light, which increases the temperature in my bedroom by at least 6 degrees, and takes out the chill in the air in my bedroom. I didn't realize that factor, till when I changed all the bulbs to fluorescent, and wondered why it was the bedroom had such a chill, plus how poor the light they gave out to read by. The Incandescent bulbs make a big,big different, don't lose their brightness, like the Fluorescent bulbs do, and give off nice warm heat.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Allan on December 30, 2011
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These are awesome INCANDESCENT light bulbs that give wonderful, warm white light instantly when the switch is flipped. They also completely lack the toxic mercury content that our representative government is so insistent on jamming down our throats. Go Carbon!
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