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LED Flame Light Bulb Emulation Flaming Decorative Lamp / E26 $4.99 ac / fs @ gb

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  • Main Features:
  • ● No need other switch control, just turn on or off the light to change the lighting mode
  • ● With 3 lighting modes, flickering mode, breathing mode, general lighting mode
  • ● Creates atmosphere for home, bar, hotel, and other activities
  • ● Vivid flame effect, dynamic moving fire
  • ● Safe and energy saving LED light source

  • Specifications:
  • ● Light source: 96 x LED bead
  • ● Color temperature: 1300 - 1500K
  • ● Lumen: 60 - 200LM
  • ● Bulb base: E27, E26
  • ● Voltage: 110-240V
  • ● Wattage: 3W
  • ● Lifespan: 20000 hours
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Created 12-15-2017 at 11:30 AM by Cookie21
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The fake reviews on that web site is worth the click. Reminds me of Benny Hill speaking Japanese English. Smilie
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I have been playing with these for AirBnB houses (something cool for 'wow' factor)
So, I know something about them (i feel weird saying that)

This is the first generation. They're pretty cool. And well worth $5.00
They make a second generation for around $20/each that are better, but whether the 2nd generation is worth 4x the price is up to you

First generation: you can see each individual LED (much like the example picture)
2nd generation: they've figured out how to better blend the flame effect, to make it look more fluid
Beside each other, 2nd blows away 1st. But 1st would do well in most applications
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Good price. I think i will try to get one.
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