C9 Twinkle Amber / Orange Replacement Bulbs

Item: U15148

Boxes of 25

In Stock - Ships Tomorrow

Transparent Amber C9 replacement bulbs light up Christmas and holidays. Twinkle lights flash in random patterns. Triple Dipped Transparent Christmas lights illuminate in rich hues, while nickel bases prevent corrosion for 3,000 hours of Indoor / Outdoor display. 7 watt incandescent 130 volt light bulbs shine brighter. E17 Intermediate base size screws into regular C9 sockets. Great retro Christmas light to hang from rooflines and for wrapping trees. Fade and peel resistant for long life and true color.

  • C9 bulbs
  • E17 - Intermediate base size
  • 7 watts
  • Transparent Amber
  • Twinkle light display
  • Nickel base
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    40 - 80 boxes $10.63 each
    80 - 160 boxes $10.00 each
    160 - 320 boxes $8.75 each
    320+ boxes $7.50 each
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    5 Stars

    Reviewed by jennifer h.
    on Monday, January 20, 2014

    C9 twinkle amber

    Great color, bright.

    5 Stars

    Reviewed by OTTO K.
    on Sunday, September 22, 2013

    Incandescent Amber Bulbs - SPOOKY!!

    The transparent amber glow with the random flash pattern gave the eerie effect we were wanting for Halloween! It lights up my decorations as well.

    4 Stars

    Reviewed by Tom K.
    on Friday, January 04, 2013

    C9 Twinkle Amber Lighting

    Just what I was looking for and a lot easier than trying to find it in retail outlets!

    5 Stars

    Reviewed by Gregory M M.
    on Wednesday, November 28, 2012

    C9 Triple Dip Transparent Replacement Twinkle Bulbs

    Exceptional service and excellent product quality! Christmas Lights Etc. is without a doubt my new source for C9 replacement bulbs.

    5 Stars

    Reviewed by Lois B.
    on Saturday, November 17, 2012

    Great hard-to-find bulbs!

    I've bought C-9 twinkle bulbs elsewhere, and very often the color doesn't last through one NY winter, peeling off and leaving 'bald' spots of clear light. These made it through both 'Superstorm Sandy' and nor'easter "Athena'! Keep up the great work!