Hudson Vintage Incandescent 6W Edison Light Bulbs (4 Pack)
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- Comes in a versatile design that makes it suitable for various purposes
- Features an omnidirectional lighting that enhances brightness
- Designed in the reflection of Edison original light bulb that emits warm,soft glow
- Shades may differ
Analysis of 3k+ reviews for Hudson Vintage Incandescent 6W Edison Light Bulbs (4 Pack)
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The analysis indicates that around 77% reviews were positive while around 19% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Hudson Vintage Incandescent 6W Edison Light Bulbs (4 Pack)
This product received a total score of 9.82 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
The box that Hudson Lighting sells their bulbs in is designed to keep them safe, even though I was terrified my bulbs would be packed the same way.
I have a clear seeded glass on all of the shades so they will really show up nicely in the lights, and I was very happy with the packaging, it was well packaged in individual packages.
These lights are great for updating a light or lamp, or they can be used to create a do-it-yourself project like mason jar lamps or bell Jar lamps, which are very popular on the internet.
The light bulb I tested was very different from the others I have bought and it was lovely looking.
These lights are really pretty and compliment the kitchen. They give off a nice warm glow and are the stark bright that our last bulbs had.
Question & Answers
Can anyone tell me how tall this bulb is?
The entire bulb length is 5 3/16".
Is it possible to use these in a non dimmable light?
I used these bulbs in a bathroom and they are non-dimmable.
Where do these bulbs come from?
The bulbs are manufactured in China.
One of the bulbs died before I installed it, so I'm wondering if it's possible that it's still not installed a week after it's been installed.
Two of the bulbs went out in a week and one of them was completely dim by the time they ordered another set of bulbs.
Does the glass have a yellow/orange tint to it, or is it clear?
The bulbs are clear, thanks for the question!