MR16 Halogen Bulb 12V 15W

$4.99
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SKU:
NTFB2-BULB7
UPC:
729083780103
MR16 Halogen Bulb 12V 15W
  • MR16 Halogen Bulb
  • 12 Volt
  • 15 Watt

This is a MR16 Halogen Bulb with cover. 12 Volt. 15 Watt.  Bulb has a clear cover over the flood to protect the halogen bulb inside.  GU5.3 Base.

Bulb Dimensions:

2" across the top and 1-11/16" tall (tip-to-tip measurement is 5.3mm)

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  • 5
    I was so thrilled to discover your website while trying to locate this bulb. This little fiber optic tree has great sentimental value to me!

    Posted by Louise Lanham on Mar 2nd 2014

  • 5
    The product was exactly what I needed. My fiber optic Christmas tree died before the season was over. Shipping was very fast. Was able to put the tree back into service for a couple more weeks. Glad to know about the website.

    Posted by Carolyn Kelly on Jan 19th 2014

  • 5
    Just what we needed to light up our fiberoptic Christmas tree.

    Posted by J Esposito on Jan 14th 2014

  • 5
    great service thanks

    Posted by elmo varner on Jan 7th 2013

  • 5
    I was so glad to find these XMAS tree bulbs in your online store. I'd spent hours checking the internet and visiting store fronts like Home Depot and Lowes, Sears, etc without finding the bulbs.

    Posted by Tom Thomas on Jan 3rd 2013

  • 5
    Vary fast service, just what I wanted, I Have looked everywhere for these bulbs. Thanks.

    Posted by Gordon Moyer on Jan 3rd 2012

  • 5
    Worked great in my fiber optic tree.Very difficult bulb to find. Thanks.

    Posted by Lois Holden on Dec 31st 2011

  • 5
    Excellent customer service and superior delivery service (two days!!) made my mother's Christmas because her fiber optic tree was once again working. Have added your website to our favorites for future use.

    Posted by Roger Casanova on Dec 24th 2011

  • 5
    Great replacement for the stock fit like a glove and was even brighter. Fast shipping and price was unbelievable thanks hardtofind.

    Posted by Sheldon Umrao on Dec 18th 2011