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๐Ÿ’ก Eiko SP13/27-4P Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb - 13W, G24q-1 Base, T-4 Bulb; Part #05251 - High Efficiency, 900 Lumens Review




Revainrating 4 out of 5ย ย 
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13 Watts, G24q-1 Base, T-4 Bulb. 3.74"/95mm MOL, 1.97"/50mm MOD. 900 Approx Initial Lumens, CRI 80. Before ordering, make sure that this 4 pin base is the one you need (G24q-1).


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Type of review

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Mailed bulbs are a bad idea

My wife bought a lamp that uses those stupid pin bulbs you don't find in stores. I ordered them and all 4 arrived broken fearing they would mail order lamps! Yes! All 4 bulbs had loose parts and none worked. I will send these lamps back. And have since replaced the bulb socket on the lamp with a NORMAL socket and reinstalled and used a threaded base LED bulb instead. Problem solved!

  • High marks for support and durability from testers
  • Poor repairability

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Not suitable for compact fluorescent lamps

I do not understand. I compared it to the bulbs we have, the sockets are identical. But when I put this lightbulb in the socket, it immediately falls out. It won't tear. It's almost as if builders should ONLY USE LAMPS WITH NORMAL BULBS! Of all the things I looked for when buying a home, it never occurred to me that a lightbulb base in bathroom fixtures should be one of them. Or that it has to be a deal breaker.

  • Price
  • Slightly torn

I'm not a fan of fluorescent lights because they emit toxic chemicals when they break. My daughter has a ceiling fan in her bedroom that works with these bulbs. This is the only light in our house that we don't have LEDs in due to how the ballast works (you can't just swap it out for another bulb, even with an adapter). These bulbs seem to last a decent amount of time and the price is high for a 6 pack.

  • Pleasant
  • Some problems

Revainrating 5 out of 5

So thankful I found this on Amazon!

A few months ago my husband and I bought a new house and did a little renovation before we moved in. When I was replacing all the ceiling fans, I found a great ceiling light/fan at the resale store that matched our style. They brought it home straight away and did a bit of tinkering with the ceiling, but we managed. Well, back then I couldn't find the right pears anywhere. Walmart, Lowes, Home Depot, Target. I tried all of these before checking here on Amazon and they fit perfectly. I'm so glad

  • Solid construction
  • Generally good, but...

Revainrating 5 out of 5

unbranded convinced skeptical

I'm having trouble finding a curved version of a downlight with this fitting that I bought from a large store. I could only find 4 types of straight tube bulbs in branded bulbs and they are too long for my fixtures. I've used them but they don't look very good because the ends of the tubes fit snugly into the diffuser in the mount. These lamps arrived well packaged and work perfectly. I didn't notice any flickering, color issues, or other oddities due to the non-brand name. Totally worth theโ€ฆ

  • certified
  • modern

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Replaced Coleman HS/S15W/6500k bulb with minor modification

I managed to use the original Coleman flashlight bulb (5317-1001/HS/S15W/6500k) in my vintage style CFL flashlight the 5312 -Series with 8D cells to replace with little improvement. The lamp fits perfectly in the socket but I had to add a small spacer between the square base of this lamp and the base of the lamp socket where there is a spring switch that needs to be depressed to apply power to the lamp. The stock bulb is approximately 1/4 inch longer at the square of the base to accommodateโ€ฆ

  • New
  • Not the best

FINALLY! I've been looking for lamps short enough for my recessed patio lights that were installed about 8 or 9 years ago for at least 5 years. The original lamps were of the tube type, but shorter ones are not available anywhere else. I ended up buying longer tubular lamps, but they were too long to replace the caps on the fixture, leaving them open and very unattractive. I was hesitant to order them but felt like I had nothing to lose by trying them at least. The dimensions described by theโ€ฆ

  • Durable finish
  • Damaged