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These bulbs are 4 3/4" in length. I hope this helps.
By DONNA RENNINGER on July 21, 2014
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These fit in regular household base.
By John Nguyen on November 20, 2013
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On the pkg it says not to use in luminaires controlled by a dimmer.
By Mary Tim Baggott on November 2, 2014
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They are not bad. I have had some 13 watts bulbs come on faster.. but it is not like it takes a minute before you see bright light.
I do not know on cold weather. I have not tried these outside. I usually leave my outside cfl on 24/7 in cold weather, because they die out more quickly if you turn them off and on … see more
They are not bad. I have had some 13 watts bulbs come on faster.. but it is not like it takes a minute before you see bright light.
I do not know on cold weather. I have not tried these outside. I usually leave my outside cfl on 24/7 in cold weather, because they die out more quickly if you turn them off and on all the time in the cold. see less

By theangrycrab on November 4, 2014
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I'm definitely not an expert, but I bought these, and I think they give off the same amount of light as a standard CFL. They're plenty bright. I think they're just called minis because they're shorter -- the longer ones don't fit with some of those ceiling covers you try to put over the bulb. The reason I bought these,… see more I'm definitely not an expert, but I bought these, and I think they give off the same amount of light as a standard CFL. They're plenty bright. I think they're just called minis because they're shorter -- the longer ones don't fit with some of those ceiling covers you try to put over the bulb. The reason I bought these, though, wasn't because they were mini but because they're 2700K temperature, which gives off a much softer, warmer light than the typical harsh white CFL bulbs. see less
By Cindy on December 1, 2013
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It's just the shape of the bulb itself. It's a twisted fluorescent tube. It's about the same size as a regular light bulb.
By K. A. Dix on July 21, 2013
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No. Type G refers to a globe shaped bulb. Most G's I've seen are LED's not CFL's
By Catherine E. on September 8, 2014
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I don't really believe that they save much money at all, considering what they cost, but the government took away our 100 watt bulbs and these work good in their place. The ones I have bought last about 3 times over a regular bulb but they put out much less heat and you can run brighter ones with less fire danger.
By Howard on November 30, 2013