I have a very nice looking wall light fixture that can only use those
decorative bulbs that are shaped sort of like a flame. The base on those
bulbs is small, the same as the old standard night light bulbs or the 7W
incandescent xmas light bulbs. It says 25W max on the fixture.
25W is too dim. So either I have to get rid of the fixture (and I like
it), or find a much brighter LED bulb. 60W equivalant would be ideal.
Do any of you know of a 60W equiv LED bulb with that small base?
Here are 60W equiv. e12 base LED bulbs.
Amazon.com: Philips LED B12 Dimmable Candle Light Bulb with Warm Glow
Effect: 500-Lumen, 2700-2200 Kelvin, 7-Watt (60-Watt Equivalent), E12
Candelabra Base, Soft White, 4-Pack: Home Improvement
Amazon is the best place to find almost any LED bulb made.
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