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Keystone LED Lighting GL-50
Item 161633

4400 Lumen LED Utility Bulb with Hood, 50W

$59.99

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Add an otherworldly glow to your shop, garage or basement – actually, just see what you’ve got going on in there with the Keystone LED Lighting Utility Bulb. While the look of this light harkens to...

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Add an otherworldly glow to your shop, garage or basement – actually, just see what you’ve got going on in there with the Keystone LED Lighting Utility Bulb. While the look of this light harkens to space invaders, the clear, bright light means you’ll be able to see with ease. Using just 50 watts of electricity, this fixture fits into your standard light bulb socket and produces 4400 lumens – the equivalent of four 75-watt incandescent bulbs. The heavy-duty aluminum reflector shield enhances the light from the bulb and directs it where you need it. With a 30,000-hour LED life and a three-year limited warranty from the manufacturer, this bulb will allow you to see clearly for years.

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