GU24 BASE FULL SPECTRUM 26 WATT SPIRAL COMPACT FLUORESCENT BULB REPLACES A 100 WATT INCANDESCENT AND LASTS 10,000 HOURS WITH A FULL SPECTRUM CRISP WHITE COLOR TONE -
- 25% less heat emission than standard spiral bulbs
- 10,000 hour life rating
- Tri Phosphor bulb coating to maintain consistent brightness levels throughout the life of the lamp
- GU24 base provides positive electrical contact and consistent voltage level for energy efficient operation
Innovative GU24 lighting technology allows any fixture with a GU24 socket to accept any light bulb with a GU24 base connector. The benefit of GU24 technology means fixtures are not limited to the light source they were manufactured with. This versatility means the wattage, color, and style of bulb can be changed to any bulb with a similar GU24 base.
Bulborama Supra Life GU24 base Mini Spiral compact fluorescent bulbs feature two bayonets protruding from the base of the bulb. The GU24 bayonets insert into matching holes in a fixture's socket, then twist and lock into place.
Supra Life mini spiral compact fluorescent bulbs emit 25% less heat than standard spiral CFL's and last up to 10 times longer than standard incandescent light bulbs while using 75% less energy. Bulborama compact fluorescent light bulbs are an efficient way to light sockets once traditionally reserved for incandescents. Supra Life CFL's are lightweight, generate minimal heat, light instantly, provide excellent color rendition, and are available in low profile sizes to fit a wide variety of fixtures. With lifespans up to 36,000 hours, our compact fluorescents offer tremendous energy cost savings and years of maintenance free operation.
ENERGY STAR COMPLIANT BULB - The ENERGY STAR label was created by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE), to help consumers easily identify and purchase energy efficient products. ENERGY STAR qualifying products use less energy than standard products to do the same amount of work, allowing consumers to reduce energy use, thereby cutting back on the pollution that stems from energy production.