Standard Candle - Frosted/Opal (INC)
GE incandescent lamps trace their ancestry to the world´s first practical electric bulb, invented by Thomas Alva Edison, founder of General Electric Company, in 1879.
Available in all shapes and sizes, they offer particular qualities of light to suit specific applications.
From March 2009 a new regulation has been adopted in all EU countries. Inefficient non-directional lamps will be phased ut gradually from the EU market starting from september 2009. All products listed below are affected by the regulatory phase out already and therefore can be only sold outside of the EU
|72241 91680||TU&25C1/FR/E14 240V GE1/10/50 MIH||25||210||E14|
|72159 90482||TU&40C1/SL/E14 230V GE1/10/50 MIH||40||360||E14|
|72214 510238||TU&40W E14 240V TU CANDLE FROSTED MIH||40||400||E14|
|218746 84765||TU&40C1/SL/E14 230V GE1/10/50 EUN||40||360||E14|
|218764 84805||TU&40C1/FR/E14 240V GE1/10/50 EUN||40||400||E14|
|218888 84787||TU&40C1/FR/E27 240V GE BX1/10/100 EUN||40||400||E27|
|72204 508139||TU&60W E14 230V TU CANDLE FR MIH1/10/100||60||660||E14|
|72213 510237||TU&60W E14 240V TU CANDLE FROSTED MIH||60||660||E14|
|72280 10882||TU&60C1/FR/E27 240V GE BX1/10/100 MIH||60||660||E27|
|218762 84806||TU&60C1/FR/E14 240V GE1/10/50 EUN||60||660||E14|
|218890 84789||TU&60C1/FR/E27 240V GE BX1/10/100 EUN||60||660||E27|