C9 Green Glass FlexFilament TM LED Vintage Christmas Light Bulb, Transparent

Item Number: 75750

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Product Type LED Bulbs

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Get the beauty of vintage incandescent visible-filament lights, with all the modern energy savings and durability of LED, with these amazing flexible filament bulbs. The curved filaments are lined with LED diodes that produce a warm, beautiful light. Yet you can operate them at a fraction of the cost of incandescent bulbs. Enjoy the beauty of LED flexible filament during the holidays and all year long.

  • Green C9 flexible filament LED bulbs, E17 base
  • LEDs have a lifespan up to 20,000 hours
  • Nickel plated bases prevent corrosion and improve connectivity, saving you time and money
  • Low watt LED bulbs allow you to safely make longer runs of light.
  • Energy efficient bulbs reduce power needs by up to 90%
  • Glass LED filament bulb that produces a beautiful glow
  • LED bulbs always remain cool to the touch
  • Bulbs only, light stringer sold separately
  • Use with E17 - Intermediate stringer
  • Indoor / Outdoor use

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Reviewed by Daniel P.
on Sunday, July 18, 2021

C9 Green Glass FlexFilament TM LED Vintage Christmas Light Bulb, Transparent

We ordered these in white, red and green. We are very happy with the white and red, but the green appeared more as a teal color. It's hard to tell what the exact color will be when you see them online, but be advised that the green bulbs did not appear as a true green color when they were up on the roof next to white and red.

Reviewed by Brooks G.
on Wednesday, December 08, 2021

C9 Green Glass FlexFilament TM LED Vintage Christmas Light Bulb, Transparent

The lights work just fine, but they do not glow green as pictured. In reality, they look more blue. I'm planning on returning all of the green bulbs I bought as a red and blue house looks much more Fourth of July than Christmas.