|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 3.5 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||BPC7/LED|
|Assembled Height||5 inches|
|Assembled Length||1.5 inches|
|Assembled Width||3.5 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||2|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Color Temperature||3000 Kelvin|
|Average Life||50000 hours|
|Average Life||50000 hours|
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Feit Electric BPC7/LED Three LED Night Light Bulb with Candelabra Base, Clear, 2 Pack
|Price:||$6.08 ($3.04 / Bulb) & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
- Luminous LED Three night light bulb
- 120-volt bulb, 50,000 hours of life
- Attractive candelabra base
- Clear glass allows for pure light
- LED bulb 90% more efficent
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|Special Features||LED||G7 Power Boulder LED 0.5 Watt (5W)||Clear C7 LED Bulbs, Night Light Bulbs, 2 Per Pack||Instant On|
|Wattage||2 Watts||0.5||0.5 Watts||0.9 Watts|
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Top Customer Reviews
First, let me warn everyone--if you need a bright night light, do not buy this LED replacement. However, for many people, the Feit Electric BPC7 will be satisfactory. I have tried several LED night light replacement bulbs. They vary widely in quality and light output. This LED bulb does well in both areas.
The bulb puts out a moderate blue-white light. I have heard from some long-term users of similar products that it may become more blue over time (we're talking about years here). The color of the light may take getting used to, but it is pleasant and does not disturb sleep when getting that late-night drink of water.
For those of a technical mindset, commercial LED night light bulbs come in a couple different forms: full-cycle, rectified circuits or half-cycle circuits, which have a resistor and/or capacitor. A full-cycle LED is capable of producing near-constant light; a half-cycle LED will produce light pulses as the circuit cycles on and off (approx. 60 times per second, if attached to the U.S. power grid). When thinking about light quality and bulb longevity: a full-cycle rectified LED circuit is what you want. It is the type of circuit you will find in the Feit Electric BPC7. Maybe that is why they can offer a lifetime guarantee. None of the other bulbs I tried have this guarantee. (Please note: I am not an engineer--this is based on my own understanding of LED circuitry from way too much reading)
UPDATE - July 2016:
Although I've forgotten all the "sciency" stuff about LED lights from my original review, I haven't forgotten how well these continue to work. Over seven years later with 24 hours-per-day operation, these little bulbs keep going. I would still recommend them if you need a long-lasting, small bulb for lighting a dark hallway or bathroom.
Benefits: low wattage, long life, plastic (not glass) construction (great for kids room replacements).
Cons: Unidirectional, not completely white, fairly dim, and periodically you get one that only runs on half-a-cycle (appearing dimmer and with noticeable flicker).
You should also be aware that the price of $5.99 at the time of this writing is just plain nuts. Walk into a local Happy Harry's or Walgreens, and I can get the same exact thing for $2.99 (or could, prices may have gone up), and you don't get stiffed with insane shipping costs.
FEIT also apparently is clueless about their own products... I tried to get the colored versions of these, but they won't sell them direct, they have no clue who actually sells them, and the places they say do, don't.
Based on what I've seen recently on-line, you might get a brighter light for cheaper, getting the individual C7 white faceted LED Christmas bulbs.
This three-LED bulb is similar in light brightness to a 4W incandescent bulb, and it has a whiter--or blueish--light compared to the yellow light of an incandescent bulb.
Now there is a 5 LED alternative, C. Crane BNB Bright Night LED Nightlight Bulb that is enough brighter than the 1 and 3 LED versions to truly replace the incandescent version. I'm pleased with the two I just received, and will soon order more of the 5 LED version.
Note: I also have a variety of larger candelabra base LED lights from Costco and 1000Bulbs that are still brighter, but too large to fit in some holders, and too bright for some uses. They are, however, also much better looking than any of the small LED bulbs I've found.
In any case, even though these 3 LED bulbs work, I'll not be buying them again.
Won't bother returning them... Not worth the effort for the price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty cheap, use them for the little light above the water/ice dispenser on fridges. Its just enough light to see what you're doing and to leave on all the time as a night light... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nash-O
One of my bathroom light fixtures has a night light feature, and used in there it puts out a perfect amount of light. Just bright enough while not being too bright. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Quix
They were quite expensive for what you get, and after they arrived I realized the color did not match my outside LED Holiday lights. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Deborah Masciarelli
Arrived promptly and in good condition. Very nice and bright night light bulbPublished 3 months ago by k7wwa
Looks like actually one not the leds. Light pattern only conducive for a night light. The plastic bulb looks like glass from a distance but light only goes up and is not dispersed... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ARJ
Traditional residential nightlights and the "bigger" Christmas light string-type bulb is a C7, and that is exactly what this product is, just the LED version. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mike Clark