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no, they cannot be used in totally enclosed fixtures, sorry.
a customer
· August 23, 2017
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Yes, it will fit E26 (the standard US lamp socket) and E27 (EUR) sockets. A19 is a bulb shape and not a socket spec.
Tharin
· June 10, 2018
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Yes, it's actually somewhat smaller than a regular bulb.
jimcason
· June 5, 2018
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FWIW, when I added these to my list to look at later, I went through the drop-down options (number of bulbs, wattages, etc.) and one of the options was “California residents.” I looked at that and it’s actually cheaper than I would have to pay (I’m in NY). So pull down all the “option” boxes for these bulbs.
Wayne W.
· January 20, 2019
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No I don't believe so.
BOBBY PUENTE
· October 23, 2017
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I wonder the same thing since it won't ship to me. I think it is an error on Amazon's part. 150 watt ship fine. Incandescent can't be shipped to California. I think the computer thinks this is an incandescent since the name starts with 100W and it only says LED at the end.
sv
· December 10, 2018
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Non.
Bobby
· November 29, 2017
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These are too long and fat. I tried to use one in a globed center light of a ceiling fan and the glass would not go back on. You need the smaller size
BRUCEB
· August 2, 2017
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I believe China
Docta K
· March 10, 2019
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Most likely due to the solder or flux used in the internal circuitry or in the circuit components. Some plastics have the warning as well due to possible chemical compounds in them or leftover from their manufacturing. These bulbs should be fine unless you were to disassemble them and try to eat the internal components… see more Most likely due to the solder or flux used in the internal circuitry or in the circuit components. Some plastics have the warning as well due to possible chemical compounds in them or leftover from their manufacturing. These bulbs should be fine unless you were to disassemble them and try to eat the internal components. The Prop 65 warning has become applied to so many things it has lost most usefulness to the consumer. see less Most likely due to the solder or flux used in the internal circuitry or in the circuit components. Some plastics have the warning as well due to possible chemical compounds in them or leftover from their manufacturing. These bulbs should be fine unless you were to disassemble them and try to eat the internal components. The Prop 65 warning has become applied to so many things it has lost most usefulness to the consumer.
craigb
· December 17, 2018