Sunlite 01506-SU Petite Chandelier Flicker Flame Light Bulb
The Soft Orange Glow Flickers, This Petite Bulb Measures At 2.8 Inches In Height, It Operates At 3 Watts And Lasts 1500 Hours, A Realistic Flicker Flame Effect, It Has A Simple Screw In Can
Analysis of 300+ reviews for Sunlite 01506-SU Petite Chandelier Flicker Flame Light Bulb
BestViewsReviews analyzed 27,101 reviews for 64 products in the Incandescent Bulbs category.
We analyzed a total of 309 reviews for this product out of which, 228 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 78% reviews were positive while around 14% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Sunlite 01506-SU Petite Chandelier Flicker Flame Light Bulb
This product received a total score of 8.50 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
I only needed 5 bulbs for my light fixture, but now I have more than I thought I would, because I received 12 bulbs in the small box.
I think the effect is a lot cooler after I replaced them with these. If you order these early, you will love them. Shipping took a while, but if you plan ahead and order these early, I think you will love the product.
I was really impressed with the packaging, which had a dozen of these bulbs neatly packed into a tiny box (about 3 x 3 x 2.5) with each bulb individually packed into its own little box, making it easy to access even in my small shelf space.
I switched that with another one and they all worked, so I decided to perform a partial review of the bulbs in the pack. I am not sure if the other bulbs in the pack will work as well, or if they are fine.
I was using normal bulbs when I looked at the candles, but they wouldn't work for me. I remembered the flickering light bulbs from my childhood and looked locally to find the bulbs to no avail.
Question & Answers
Is it dimable?
The bulbs aren't dimmable.
Is it possible to use these with battery candles?
No, they are 120 Volt bulbs.
Is it possible to use this in a night light?
These produce a flickering light that is significantly dimmer than a standard 7W (or even 4W) bulb used in a night light.
Is it 130V for each one?
I think it's more like 120v - 110v.
Does the bulbs fit in the small window candles?
They work well in the long stem or short stem window candles, with a soft flicker that adds a warm glow to the light.