|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 3 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||72549|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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GE Lighting 72549 60-Watt Rough Service Frost A-Line Light Bulb, 2-Pack
|Price:||$8.53 ($4.27 / Bulb) & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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Top Customer Reviews
I was very pleased - put these bulbs in and now I can actually use the light at various light levels. No buzzing!
I note that I probably didn't search very well for cheapest. I didn't realize that these bulbs (GE 72546) have a protective coating to keep the glass together in case of shatters and so are a bit more expensive than the equivalent (GE 72527) without the saf-T coating. These have somewhat matte surface and a bit of a rubbery feel, but that doesn't really matter to me plus or minus.
11/29/2014 Edit: More than 2 years later, and I still have yet to replace the original pair I installed in to my garage door opener, and it is used twice daily (sometimes more). Although they are roughly twice as expensive as regular bulbs, they are well worth the price.
The packaging was fine but 5 of the 6 the bulb bases were old and corroded. 2 of the bases had actually sheared off, leaving an intact glass bulb and disconnected base.
An examination of the manufacturing date code showed these bulbs were made in Hungary about 10 years ago, under license from GE in Nela Park near Cleveland.
Amazon states they do not want them back. Understandable. I shall dispose of then in the appropriate recycling station.
It's been one (1) year and the bulbs are still going strong. Will update next year if I remember to do it
It's been three (3) years and the bulbs are still going strong. Will update next year if I remember to do it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Put these in a rough service drop light. Haven't had any issues with them and these hold up very well to shock if the light falls or gets knocked around.Published 2 months ago by M. Prower
Other than the one being DOA, the other one is working ok so far (~month).Published 16 months ago by Burt Robbins
Poorly made. Upon arrival, one of the metal ends was off one of the bulbs; one bulb had a metal piece hanging off the end...it will not screw in a socket. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mary
Tried these in a garage door opener hoping for longer service life than a conventional bulb. One bulb failed after 3 1/2 months. It is what it is.Published 21 months ago by Peteralex4