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GE Spiral Compact Fluorescent Bulb, 23 Watts (100 Watts Equivalent)
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GE Spiral Compact Fluorescent Bulb, 23 Watts (100 Watts Equivalent)

Item # 873037 OfficeMax # 22223737
Designed for easy retrofit in existing incandescent sockets
  • Provides excellent color rendering.
  • Light output: 1600 lumens.
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Designed for easy retrofit in existing incandescent sockets
  • Provides excellent color rendering.  Produces dramatic energy savings and extra-long life compared to standard incandescent bulbs.
  • Light output: 1600 lumens. 
  • Energy used: 23 watts. 
  • Average rated life: 8,000 hours. 
  • Energy Star compliant.  Adheres to the EPA's Energy Star standards, to keep energy consumption and operating costs as low as possible.

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Item # 873037 
Manufacturer # 74202  
compact bulb type spiral
energy used 23 watts
light bulb finish standard
light bulb average rated life 8,000 hours
light output 1,600 lumens
quantity 1
warranty length 5-yr limited
brand name GE
manufacturer GE
Ecolabel ENERGY STAR
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%

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GE Spiral Compact Fluorescent Bulb, 23 Watts (100 Watts Equivalent) 5 5 1 1
BRIGHTEN YOUR LIFE Over fifteen of GE's spiral compact bulbs aluminate our home. The low energy consumption and high lumen output was the gravitational force behind these purchases. With energy cost on the rise and global warming ? I'm doing my part to save money and the environment with a single purchase. I like these particular energy saving compact bulbs because of their reduced size. They are till larger then a standard light bulb but this should not prevent you from using them in most of your fixtures. To really noticed a cost savings difference you should replace as many of your standard light bulbs as possible. January 25, 2008
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