Mini cylindrical lightbulbs fit in a variety of different holiday decor
Perfect for swapping bulbs at the start of the season
Keep a pack on hand so your festive holiday lighting never goes dark
Bulb Base Size: Minature bi-pin
Light Appearance: 2800 kelvin
Bulb Length: .88 inches
Bulb Life: 0.2 years
Recommended Use: String lights
Package Quantity: 10
Light Bulb Color: Multicolored
Light Bulb Type: Incandescent
Federal Efficiency Standards: No
Watt output equivalent: 1 Watt
Volts Required: 2.5 Volts
Contains mercury: No
California Title 20 compliance: Not subjected to CA Title 20
Light bulb shape: T2
Color rendering index: 100
Light settings: 1-way (on off)
Energy used (watts): .25
Power factor rating: 1
Item Number (DPCI): 051-19-1121
Keep all your festive holiday lighting shining bright with these Mini T2 Replacement Lightbulbs from Wondershop™. With 10 replacement mini T2 lightbulbs included in this pack, you'll be able to start the holiday season off on a bright and sparkling note. Whether you're replacing bulbs as you begin to decorate your home or simply stocking up so you'll never have dark decor, this pack of 10 clear mini cylindrical lightbulbs will make sure your trees, snowmen and Santas are glowing bright all season long.
Middle part of a prelit Christmas tree went out. Verified the voltage of bulbs on tree , bought these and turned on tree and every last one worked! If they pop as soon as you turn them on or that they are extremely faint glow, you bought the wrong ones. Just because they look like the ones you need DOUBLE CHECK VOLTAGE FOR WHAT YOU ARE REPLACING. If not you will waist your money.
These are 2.5V/100mA/.25 Watt bulbs. Do NOT plug them into a 2.5V/170mA/.42 Watt string! They will pop!
5 out of 5 stars
columbo1248 - 1 year ago
Don't plug these 100mA lights into a 170mA socket! There are 2.5V/100mA lights and 2.5V/170mA lights and maybe even 200mA lights. Or even worse, plug them into a 7V or 12V string which will pop them really fast. I was wondering whether these were 100mA or 170mA, but if they were 170mA, then nobody would be complaining, or perhaps complaining that they are a lot dimmer the the rest of the bulbs in the string. So, I will go on the assumption that these are 100mA bulbs, which is exactly what I need for my long icicle strings.