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California has implemented their own requirements for light bulbs that is not only limited to efficiency, but also dimming, color quality, and several others. It is not related to recycle fees or health warnings. These added requirements drive the cost up on the light bulbs. So, many manufacturers sell a "California… see more California has implemented their own requirements for light bulbs that is not only limited to efficiency, but also dimming, color quality, and several others. It is not related to recycle fees or health warnings. These added requirements drive the cost up on the light bulbs. So, many manufacturers sell a "California" version, sometimes called Title 20, Title 24, or CEC compliant. The remaining 49 states get the more affordable version.

It is also not illegal to possess these lamps in California, they just cannot be sold there. see less
California has implemented their own requirements for light bulbs that is not only limited to efficiency, but also dimming, color quality, and several others. It is not related to recycle fees or health warnings. These added requirements drive the cost up on the light bulbs. So, many manufacturers sell a "California" version, sometimes called Title 20, Title 24, or CEC compliant. The remaining 49 states get the more affordable version.

It is also not illegal to possess these lamps in California, they just cannot be sold there.

AmazonCustomer
· January 8, 2020
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They work until they don't.
Korak
· February 4, 2020
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Probably not. These bulbs are really large, larger than a normal 100W incandescent bulb, and do not fit inside the glass enclosures of my various light fixtures. If size is not an issue, then no problem.
Jonathan Miller
· February 1, 2020
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14.3308 calories
Gregory A. Shelton
· August 22, 2019
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Plug it in to an Alexa-capable fixture. The bulb itself is not Alexa capable.
Juan Martinez
· July 21, 2019
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No it doesn’t-stays cool.
Lorynda Myles
· August 9, 2019
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I bought them specifically for my ceiling fans and they work beautifully. I also use them in my bathroom light fixtures and they are awesome.
Sher
· October 27, 2019
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No, this bulb is over 5 inches long!
Jeff Wright
· January 7, 2020
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They are LED.... hence not much
Korak
· May 23, 2020
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Unfortunately, it could not work at my house.
KEN
· April 18, 2019