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Great Value 15w A21 LED Filament 2700K

Great Value 15w A21 LED Filament 2700K

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Picked up these at Walmart for a specific cobrapack fixture. Ordinarily I would find these hideous with their oversized form factor and plastic base, despite being LED filaments, but for their intended specific use they will be fine- I needed something A21 in shape for the optics to work out correctly.

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Dec 09, 2017 at 07:16 PM Author: streetlight98
100W incandescent lamps should actually be A21 anyway... The A19 100W incandescent lamps could qualify as the first "cram lamp". But the white plastic collar bothers me... They can't make it out of glass, even if the circuit board is visible? Just make the bottom portion out of frosted glass!

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Dec 09, 2017 at 08:47 PM Author: ace100w120v
Yeah, maybe because I'm a millenial I just don't remember the A21/100w GLS lamps, except for those advertised as rough-service ones for trouble lights...A21 100w seems odd, and won't fit many popular fixture types, hence my gripe...
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Dec 09, 2017 at 08:59 PM Author: streetlight98
Most fixtures are only rated for 60W max anyways, which always bothered me since I'd rather use 75W (or equivalent) lamps in most fixtures but I see what you mean. I feel the same way. I'd like at least the LED ones to be A19 since I'd use 100W= LEDs in fixtures I would ordinarily use 60W incandescent just because it's more light for way less money. No-brainer IMO. And if it's overkill just use a dimmer switch that way you'll have the super bright light if you ever need it.

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Dec 09, 2017 at 09:14 PM Author: Silverliner
The 100w A19 lamp came out in 1959 that's long ago! But I have seen some 100w A21 lamps in use, mostly long life types. I agree 100w should be A21 or even A23, to make it harder for people to use them in 60w rated fixtures and they're often too small for A21 anyway.

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Dec 10, 2017 at 11:20 AM Author: randacnam7321
Me third for going back to A21 100W lamps.

Old school FTW!

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