TCP 1R2014 CFL R20 – 50 Watt Equivalent (14W) Soft White (2700K) Flood Light Bulb

Brilliant Company – TCP is a publicly traded company on the NYSE (Symbol TCPI) headquartered in Aurora, OH. You are brilliant for making the decision to switch to energy efficient lighting from TCP! Our philosophy at TCP is to provide you with the perfect energy-efficient light for your every need. For over 20 years, TCP has delivered cutting edge lighting products to our customers. We control every facet of the design, development and manufacturing process to ensure you get a quality product you can count on.

Brilliant Savings – Because this TCP CFL is designed to last for 8 years or more*, you won’t have to worry about switching out your lights for quite some time. TCP CFLs are the perfect energy saving replacement for standard incandescent bulbs and will drastically reduce your energy bills while providing the same light quality.

Brilliant Color – These TCP CFLs give you beautiful light output with just a simple flip of a switch.

Features

– 75% less energy than incandescent bulbs

– Excellent Color Consistency and CRI

– UL approved in enclosed fixtures for outdoor use

– ANSI construction compliant – They will fit in applications where a traditional incandescent is used

For this reason, it is no surprise TCP has been named Energy Star’s 2014 Partner of the Year!

Enjoy this TCP 1R2014 CFL R20 – 50 Watt Equivalent (14W) Soft White (2700K) Flood Light Bulb and be sure to check http://www.amazon.com/tcp to find high quality TCP light bulbs for all your CFL, LED and halogen lighting needs!

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