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89546 55-Watt 2-D Replacement Fluorescent Bulb - Quantity 1
G E Lighting 89546 55-Watt 2-D Replacement Fluorescent Bulb
G E Lighting 89546 55-Watt 2-D Replacement Fluorescent Bulb


 
Our Price: $17.29
Manufacturer: G E Lighting
Model Number: 89546
Manufactured In: Hungary
Pack Qty: 1

Quantity in Stock:5
Availability: Usually Leaves Our Warehouse in 3 to 5 Business Days
Product Code: 532033
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G E Lighting 89546 GE, F552D/830/4P/CD, 55W, 4 Pin, 2-D Shape, Replacement Fluorescent Bulb For GE Torchiere Lamps, 4000 Lumens, 10,000 Hour Life, Cri = 82, 3000 Degree Color Temperature, Energy Star Rated, Clam Shell Pack.

Features:
  • Brightness 4000 Lumens
  • Estimated Yearly Energy Cost: $6.62 based upon 3 hrs/day. 11c/kWh. Cost depends on rates and use.
  • Life: 9.13 years based upon 3 hrs/day
  • Light appearance: 3000K
  • Energy Used: 55 watts
  • Contains Mercury: For more on clean up and safe disposal visit:epa.gov/cfl
  • Brightness 4000 Lumens
  • Estimated Yearly Energy Cost: $6.62 based upon 3 hrs/day. 11c/kWh. Cost depends on rates and use.
  • Life: 9.13 years based upon 3 hrs/day
  • Light appearance: 3000K
  • Energy Used: 55 watts
  • Contains Mercury: For more on clean up and safe disposal visit:epa.gov/cfl

Average Customer Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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GE Lighting 40184 March 28, 2011
Reviewer: Lee Miller from Tempe, AZ United States  
Fast ship, just as described
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When they're good, they'e very very good, but ... March 28, 2011
Reviewer: RJ from New York, NY United States  
I have 2 torchiere lamps, now several years old, both using the original GE bulbs. One bulb  broke in a move a few months ago. I ordered 2 replacements, thinking that the other original might need replacing soon. One of the two new bulbs refused to light in either lamp - the other bulbs (old and new) worked in both. I don't know why one of the replacements was a lemon, and have no idea how long to expect the "good" bulbs to keep working. I assume that once they start to light the bulbs will go for quite a while.

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