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Unger BCK03 Bulb Changer Kit

by Unger
4.1 out of 5 stars 108 customer reviews

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Product Description

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The easy way to change most hard-to-reach bulbs. Contains everything you need to change bulbs safely and quickly from the ground. Pack includes FloodSucker Bulb Changer, StickyFingers bulb changer and 11 feet telescopic extension pole.

Product Details

Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 8 x 55 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B004MDM9V4
  • Item model number: 91005R
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 108 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,827 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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We have very high ceilings and have just replaced barely-reachable track lighting with recessed lights that might as well be on the moon (I've got no place to keep a tall step ladder). An Amazon search on "light bulb change pole" came up with this. And it is perfect. The pole extends from about four feet to about 12. It comes with attachments for flood light bulbs and for regular shaped bulbs. I'm delighted. This problem is gone. Highly recommended.
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Our new home has a 13' high family room ceiling. The light above the stairs to the lower level burned out and is closer to 17" above the stairs. I read reviews about the bulb change kits that Lowe's and Home Depot carry and was not impressed by the reports of poor quality. The reviews for the Unger kit were substantially better. Amazon's price for the Unger kit seemed reasonable.

Shipping was very fast. I received it two days after ordering. (I live close to the distribution center). Twenty minutes after getting home from work the bulb was changed. The Unger unit is extremely easy to use. The quality is good and I'm sure that if treated properly it will last a long time.

Thanks to the people before me that reviewed this item, and to the people that review items I choose not to buy. Online reviews alone are worth the price I pay for the internet service.
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This item was purchased to change CFL bulbs in a building with very high ceilings. It is easy to use and works perfectly for our purposes. No practice was necessary. No need to use a ladder. Makes changing CFL's quick and easy.
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By DAC on February 6, 2012
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This is the best flood light removal product I have used. The design of the suction cups works better than others I have had, and the pole locks into place more securely. In short, it does just what it's supposed to do, and it does it well. One word of warning. If you are are moving around bulbs which have not burned out, you should wait until they have cooled. I mistakenly tried to move a bulb that had been lit for a time without waiting more than 30 seconds after I turned off the switch. Well, the heat of the flood light proceeded to melt some of the suction cups on the remover. It still works, but not as well as before, but that was my mistake!
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The tool did what I expected. We have recessed ceiling lights and I changed the bulbs with no problem.
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I purchased a similar product as this and I spent 2 hours replacing a light bulb. I hope that my experience can help you to do it in just a few minutes. I unscrewed the old light bulb in almost no time. However, I was having a hard time screwing in the new fluorescent bulb. After checking everything and trying to tilt the pole in different angles, I still failed. I then used an old fluorescent bulb, after trying quite a few times and I managed to screw it in. What is the difference? The screw thread on the bulbs are the same. Then, I noticed the old bulb has longer legs. I also noticed that during unsuccessful screwing in of the bulbs, there is a "gee gee" noise. The noise was created by the tip of the bulb changer touching the frame of the bulb socket. I figured out if I have the new bulb placed with most of the bulb above the tip of the bulb changer, so that the tip of the bulb changer is holding only almost the tip of the bulb, I can screw the bulb in because the tip of the changer is no longer touching the frame of the bulb socket.

Also, wear some eye protection stuff, preferably protection goggles, when you do it, because by having the changer to only hold the tip of the fluorescent bulb, you have to higher chance to break it.

Hope that this review helps you. God bless you.
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By Patrick on February 8, 2008
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I just bought a loft with 16 foot ceilings, have tried several products from neighbors, bought this one and it did the trick. All I could ask for!
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I was impatiently awaiting the arrival of this thing, because the last time I had to change the floods in my kitchen it meant climbing onto the counters and leaning precariously out to reach the cans. That was a little tricky for the bulb closest to the stove. I was now down to one working bulb, so it arrived just in time.

First strange thing: It didn't come in a box. It looked like it had been pulled from a display bin and wrapped in heavy saran wrap, reinforced with lots of tape. All the way up to the top, which bent and tore the coated card attached at the top which also happened to have the instructions on the back.

Second strange thing: The item itself does not contain the name "Unger." The name on the pole is "Total-Reach."

Then I pieced the instructions together and pulled the telescoping pieces out, happy to see the suction-cup flood changer was already on the pole. (While looking on another website that showed that card/instructions on the pole with the attachments, I noticed that the flood changer was not attached to the pole. This becomes important a little later.)

The pole reached the first flood nicely and I pushed on it and tried to unscrew the bulb. But the telescoping parts kept falling back into their compact mode. I finally realized that the aluminum piece must be screwed tightly (requiring brute force) to keep it out.

Back to the floodlight. I got the suction cups attached to the light and carefully started unscrewing. The suction cups slid all over the bulb and didn't do any unscrewing. What DID do some unscrewing was the pole, since unscrewing the bulb turns the pole in the same direction as unscrewing the pole. Zip -- pole short again. Luckily it hadn't done its job of unscrewing the bulb, so that didn't fall out.
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