Blues Buster, Full Spectrum Light Bulb, Clear, 60 Watts, 1 Bulb (Discontinued Item)
By Blues Buster2 Reviews
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0.33 lbs (0.15 kg)
- Product Code: BSB-00217
- UPC Code: 646304002175
- Package Quantity:
- Dimensions: 2.4 x 2.4 x 4.1 in, 0.1 lbs (0.05 kg)
- Important Note:
This Light Bulb is 120 Volts.
- Brighten Your Day with Blues Buster!
- Rough Service Incandescent
- Like Sunlight in Your Home
- Brightness Light Output - 600 Lumens
- Energy Used - 60 Watts
- Life - 5000 Hours
- Mercury Free Fully Dimmable
- Estimated Energy Cost - $7.22 Per Year
- 1 Bulb (A19) 120 V
- For Indoor Use Only
- 5000 Hours Guaranteed
Unlike ordinary bulbs - Blues Buster's special glass filters out brown colors so even when it's grey or dark outside - it's like sunlight in your home!
Blues Buster's superior quality provides up to 5,000 hours of light - 6 times longer than ordinary bulbs!
To save energy costs, find the bulb with the brightness you need, and then select the one with the lowest watts.
Blues Buster Full Spectrum Incandescent bulbs are built with rugged filaments and mounts to withstand rough treatment and last 5000 hours.
|Lighting Facts Per Bulb|
|Estimated Yearly Energy Cost
Based on 3 hrs/day, 11¢/kWh
Cost depends on rates and use
Based on 3 hrs/day
Warm - 3500 K - Cool
|Energy Used||60 Watts|
iHerb Customer Reviews
Always a good idea to be sure you are getting the full spectrum of light.
I bought two full spectrum bulbs from the local store for like $1 or $2 and they're still working great, but this one that I spent $5 on just went out on me after about 6 months. Both the cheaper ones outlasted this one, and I'm pretty sure the cheaper ones have a one year warranty, something this one doesn't have. To be fair, I do have my lights on a lot.