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- Fully dimmable
- 3000 hour life
- Frosted or clear
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Krypton/Xenon T3 Bulb
Submitted by Tom | 3.22.14
Shape is not identical to the tapered tungsten bulb but it should work in some applications.
Lots of light...little package
Submitted by Stan | 1.06.14
Lumens = GREAT!
Submitted by Denise J | 6.10.13
60-Watt 120-Volt Krypton/Xenon Candelabra Base T3 Light Bulb
Submitted by Brian | 4.25.13
Very bright and compact
Does throw off a lot of heat, so important to have a heat shield on socket for safety.
60-Watt 120-Volt Krypton/Xenon Candelabra Base T3 Bulb
Submitted by Tim | 3.27.13
Great clear, bright, bulb
Three 60 watt bulbs for ceiling fan.
Submitted by Stephen Price | 1.13.13
Brighter. Room is more lit.
Finally light from a 60W Candelabra base bulb
Submitted by John | 12.28.12
The light output
So Far So Good (& Bright)
Submitted by Chuck | 12.11.12
Bright Nice light (not harsh) Fits candelabra base
Arrived promptly and worked as promised
Submitted by Rose | 2.08.12
Submitted by Randi | 1.21.12
Easy to use, lasts a relatively long time
a little pricey for a light bulb
Submitted by Ed Caruso | 1.19.12
Needed more light
Submitted by Joe | 11.23.11
The higher light output from these bulbs has solved the problem, plus unlike halogen bulbs you don't have to worry about touching the bulb with bare fingers.
Submitted by Linda | 10.26.11
Bright and small
They get hot if left on too long.
Bright Candelabra Base 60-watt bulb
Submitted by David | 10.07.11
Bright, low wattage bulb.
Question from Claire:
Answer from Pegasus:Claire, did you try these krypton/xenon bulbs we carry? Many customers use these in ceiling fans because they are extremely bright. They are about 25% b righter than standard 60W incandescent bulbs. You won't be able to find a higher light output bulb at 60W. Ceiling fans are not an ideal source of general illumination, particularly for high ceilings. You may want to consider recessed lights in the space.
Question from Michael Lawler:
Answer from Pegasus:The color temperature is 3000K, warm white.
Question from Danny:
Answer from Pegasus:Danny, They are a type of incandescent so they will give off a lot of heat. If your existing fan is using an incandescent light bulb than there should not be an issue with heat management. Whether you can see the filament in your globe would depend on how translucent the globe is. If this is a concern for you then use the frosted model. Lumens depend on whether you choose clear or frosted model. Please see table in the description for this model info.
Question from Thomas Fink:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes it can be operated in any position.
Question from Stephen Price:
Answer from Pegasus:Stephen, These light bulbs emit warm white light similar to incandescent light bulbs.
Question from Jim:
Answer from Pegasus:These bulbs do generate a good amount of heat because they are an incandescent type. To determine whether they will be too hot for your fixture, find out what the max wattage the fixture allows for each socket. There is generally a label in the fixture. As long as you are not exceeding the max wattage, then it's OK to use them.