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Earthmate EP1552AK 15-Watt Super Mini-Spiral CFL 2700K Bulb, 6 Pack

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Brand Earthmate
Light Source Wattage 15 Watts
Voltage 114 Volts
Color Temperature 2700 Kelvin

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  • 15-Watt Super Mini-Spiral CFL
  • Use 75% less mercury than regular bulbs
  • Last 10,000 hours, or about 7 years.
  • Energy Star qualified
  • 100% recycled paper packaging
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The Earthmate EP1552AK 15-Watt Super Mini-Spiral CFL 2700K bulbs come in a 6-pack and each one provides the equivalent of an incandescent 60w bulb for about 10,000 hours (seven years). The CFL bulbs are compact, fit in most standard fixtures, and give off a soft glow that is more like incandescent lighting than old-style fluorescents.

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This 6 pack of 15w Super Mini-Spiral 2700K replaces a 60w incandescent in soft white. It will emit a warm incandescent light feeling much like you’re used to, and it will come on just as fast with no flicker! This will be the smallest 15w CFL you will have purchased and will fit into more fixtures than another brand. It will last about 13 times longer than a standard light bulb, which can be as many as 7 years of life. Earthmate Lighting products are the premium in Compact Fluorescent technology both from a technological and an environmental standpoint. Earthmate’s commitment to quality vs commodity is evident in many features within each bulb. From our instant-on guarantee, longer life, richer truer color and high lumen output from smaller bulbs, Earthmate stands apart. Through technology innovation, we can use 75% less mercury than other brands in many of our bulbs, and 75% less energy than standard incandescents. Our packaging is 100% recycled paper and we only use soy based inks. Put all of that together and you have the most environmentally sensitive CFL brand on the market today. Together we can save some energy, some money, and help fight global warming by reducing greenhouse gases from our coal power plants.


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