Warm White 0.8-Watt LED S14 Sign Light Bulb, Shatterproof, E26 Medium Base
$2.15 USD$4.95 USD
PaperLanternStore presents the next generation LED Bulb with our Shatterproof Light Bulbs! Though not indestructible, our break-resistant light bulbs are made from industrial polycarbonate so you can feel confident they will withstand the wear and tear from whatever location you install them. Our shatterproof bulbs are super-bright as well and have an great sign bulb look. Worried about the risk of broken glass and replacing glass bulbs? Use these shatterproof plastic S14 bulbs as replacements in your existing string lights for your Wedding ceremony. These plastic S14 bulbs have a standard E26 / E27 base so they will fit into any existing string lights with this standard base or into any typical household light fixture to save you money and energy. We also have more Standard Bulbs and Globe Bulbs for your lighting needs.
Product Specifications: Bulb Type: LED Light Bulb Bulb Shape: S14 Plastic "Signage" Wattage: 0.8-Watt Brightness: 13 Lumens Voltage: 120V Dimension: 1.8 Inches Wide x 3.25 Inches Tall Light Color: Warm White 2700K Dimmable?: Not Dimmable Life Expectancy: 40,000 Hour Material: Polycarbonate Base: Standard E26 Medium Base
Warm White 0.7-Watt LED S14 Sign Light Bulb, Shatterproof, E26 Medium Base
This was way too dim for a star lamp. I wish the website would give you recommendations on which bulbs or cords work best for what. I bought three of these bulbs for my star lamps and they are basically useless and it's not worth the cost of return. I find that a regular 40 watt bulb works best in the star lamps.
Was not aware that they were shattered proof.Have them for replacement.Hope they will last longer than originals in windy days.
Got this .7 watt bulb for my paper star lantern and it’s perfect! It could be slightly brighter and i’d like that too, but this one is just like a nightlight.
Alice Heinsen de L.
Just what I needed to complete my lights
I used it to replace the oil candle in an eternal flame. The glass was cracked and seemed like it was becoming a major fire hazard.