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Nostalgic Globe G25 Vintage Light Bulb 40 Watt

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  • Our 3" in diameter vintage globe bulb features squirrel cage filament design. This 40 watts, round bulb looks like a coil captured lightning bolt in the center of the globe. The clear glass finish with warm 2200K color temperature provides the authentic amber glow. Use this Edison globe in any medium (E26) standard base light fixture. Enjoy the full range dimming capabilities with any dimmer type.  Ideal for indoor or outdoor use.

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    JB
    10/02/2017
    Josee B.
    Canada

    Très satisfaite

    Shipping was fast and product exactly as the order

    ML
    12/28/2016
    Meirav L.

    Love it!!!

    Love it!!!

    Meirav L. verified customer review of Nostalgic Vintage Globe G25 Light Bulb 40 Watt
    TB
    09/05/2016
    Tyler B.

    Incredibly helpful staff solved a

    Incredibly helpful staff solved a customs issue for me. And the lightbulb were great!!

    09/07/2016
    Nostalgicbulbs.com

    Thank you!

    EG
    04/18/2016
    Evony G.

    Great bulbs. Great service! Thanks!

    Great bulbs. Great service! Thanks!

    B
    02/24/2016
    Blake

    Great Bedside Sconce Bulbs

    We really like the look and feel that these bulbs add to our bedroom. They add a very warm glow and just the right amount of light for reading or minimal tasks. We have an old Lomax oil finger lamp and the light from these bulbs are much warmer than the lamp. I was hoping the 40 watt wouldn't be too bright and it's definitely not -- you can comfortably look at the filaments and admire their construction. My only complaint is that the bulbs have little scratches or blemishes on the glass. If I was OCD then this might irritate me to the point of returning them, but it's not that bad. I understand that this stuff happens especially when shipped and stored in cardboard.

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