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Clear - 60W - 120V - Krypton/Xenon Light Bulb - T3 - E12 Candelabra Base - Bulbrite

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Clear - 60W - 120V - Krypton/Xenon Light Bulb - T3 - E12 Candelabra Base - Bulbrite

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KX60CL-E12

Rating: 15 Review(s)

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Product Overview
  • Fully dimmable
  • 3000 hour life
  • Frosted or clear
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Description
A 60-watt, 120-volt krypton/xenon candelabra base T3 light bulb in clear bulb color that can be used in line voltage lighting systems, including chandeliers, outdoor lighting, sconces, vanity fixtures, portables, and ceiling fixtures.
Specifications
Lumens
960
Wattage
60
Quantity Being Sold
1
Rated Life (hours)
3,000
Light Source
Krypton/Xenon
Dimmable
Yes
Finish
Clear
Input Voltage
120V
Color of Light
White
Light Bulb Base Type
E12 Candelabra Screw
Light Bulb Shape
T3
Condition
New
Reviews
5 starsbased on15 reviews
Clear - 60W - 120V - Krypton/Xenon Light Bulb - T3 - E12 Candelabra Base - Bulbrite
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Super bright

Submitted by | Colorado |

Love these. I was redoing a bathroom and bought a light online that took this size. I was about to return it as there just wasn't enough light in my windowless bathroom. I love these. It is now bright and we love it.

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Krypton/Xenon T3 Bulb

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Great replacement for those decorative lighting applications especially as they can be operated in any position. Light output is as bright and has the same color as the now banned 60W tapered tungsten bulbs. Good replacement.

Pros:

Cons:
Shape is not identical to the tapered tungsten bulb but it should work in some applications.

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Lots of light...little package

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Have a ceiling fan that will take only one candelabra bulb. This seems like twice the light of the best 60W incandescent I could find.

Pros:
Lumens = GREAT!

Cons:
None

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Krypton/Xenon bulbs

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I replaced incandescent with Krypton/Xenon bulbs in our bathroom vanity light fixture. They made a huge difference. Light is so much brighter and whiter. Even replaced lights in walk-in closet. Again, huge difference. They are worth the price!

Pros:
Brighter.

Cons:
None.

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60-Watt 120-Volt Krypton/Xenon Candelabra Base T3 Light Bulb

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Bought 3, needed 2 and one for replacement. Good thing, the first bulb I screwed in began to smoke and immediately burned out. I was skeptical about trying another, but both of the other bulbs worked very well.

Pros:
Very bright and compact

Cons:
Does throw off a lot of heat, so important to have a heat shield on socket for safety.

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60-Watt 120-Volt Krypton/Xenon Candelabra Base T3 Bulb

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Quick shipping. Decent price

Pros:
Great clear, bright, bulb

Cons:
Price

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Three 60 watt bulbs for ceiling fan.

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Got these to replace the 3 bulbs that came with my ceiling fan. The stock bulbs did not put out enough light for my taste. These bulbs I bought are just a little brighter. They put out a soft light which I like in my house. I wanted a 4100 kelvin bulb instead but glad I did not go that way. These seem to put out between 2700 and 3500 kelvin. Being still a soft light or warm light as others would put it. Got the clear ones instead of the frosted ones. My ceiling fan has white glass that covers the bulbs. So the harsh light off the bulb is already being less hurtful on the eyes. If you are going with the bulbs that will be exposed then get the frosted ones. That's just my thought.

Pros:
Brighter. Room is more lit.

Cons:
Nothing.

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Finally light from a 60W Candelabra base bulb

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I was considering changing out our ceiling fan fixture, because the room was so dark. I purchased 5 of the bulbs for our kitchen fixture and our computer room fixture. The light output has almost doubled.

Pros:
The light output

Cons:
Nothing

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So Far So Good (& Bright)

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I have two ceiling fans that came with candelabra base 60 watt (max) incandescent bulbs. They did not throw sufficient light for the rooms they are in. I replaced them with these Krypton/Xenon bulbs and am very pleased with the results -- much brighter. They are, of course, much more expensive but the improvement is worth every penny. What remains to be seen is how well the brightness holds up over the life of the bulb (the lumens rating says initial.) And whether the bulbs do last as long as claimed (3000 hours). In the mean time, I have no criticism of the bulbs only praise. So far so good!

Pros:
Bright Nice light (not harsh) Fits candelabra base

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Arrived promptly and worked as promised

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We have a sconce that only handles low wattage lights and is too small for any of the low wattage, high illumination compact fluorescents. This bulb is tiny enough to fit the candelabra size-space but doubled the light from the sconce. Very helpful!

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Bright light

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High quality bulb, nice and bright

Pros:
Easy to use, lasts a relatively long time

Cons:
a little pricey for a light bulb

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Great!

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Exactly the type and size I needed, fast delivery and easy returns!

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Needed more light

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Recently bought a ceiling fan/light to replace a chandelier over our dining room table. But the fan light only has three 60 watt candelabra bulbs so the light output was not good enough. 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.

Pros:
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.

Cons:
nothing

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Good Lighting

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Very good light from such a little bulb.

Pros:
Bright and small

Cons:
They get hot if left on too long.

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Bright Candelabra Base 60-watt bulb

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Did you purchase a ceiling fan only to discover that the lighting was completely inadequate? And you were limited to 60-watt candelabra base bulbs? This is the answer! These bulbs are about 50% brighter for the same wattage and made all the difference for us.

Pros:
Bright, low wattage bulb.

Cons:
Nothing.

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Question from Claire:

We are renovating a room in a community center which has 15 foot high ceilings and we had ceiling fans with lights requiring a max of (2) 60 watt incandescent bulbs. Needless to say, not much light. I bought 2 Krypton (clear) bulbs yesterday and the brightness is only slightly better. The globes are frosted. Any suggestions for us at this point? Thank you. 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:

What is the specified color temperature?

Answer from Pegasus:

The color temperature is 3000K, warm white.

Question from Danny:

Will these give off too much heat in an enclosed globe? I would like to replace the three 60w that came with my fan. Will you see the filament under a frosted globe? Will there be a more defined shape/location of the bulb under frosted globe versus a frosted bulb? Initial lumens? Thank you

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:

Can this lamp be operated in any position including with the base up instead of down as shown in the picture?

Answer from Pegasus:

Yes it can be operated in any position.

Question from Stephen Price:

What is the color temperature output in Kelvin for this light bulb? I am currently using 3 incandescent light bulbs (60 watts each) that put out 2700 Kelvin. (Don't like it that much. Want brighter light output). My goal is to stay with a 60 watt bulb that puts out around 4100 Kelvin.

Answer from Pegasus:

Stephen, These light bulbs emit warm white light similar to incandescent light bulbs.

Question from Jim:

I have an outside fixture with 2 bulbs inside globe. Will 2 of these bulbs generate too much heat?

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.