2.5 Volt FLASHER Mini Replacement Bulbs

$1.49
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SKU:
HOF3190
UPC:
018277319008
2.5 Volt FLASHER Mini Replacement Bulbs

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  • 2.5 volt clear flasher bulbs for light sets of 50-100 mini lights
  • Pack of 3 bulbs
  • Use one flasher bulb for every 50 lights to create a "flashing" effect
These are 2.5 volt flasher bulbs.  Use one flasher bulb per every 50 lights (or single circuit) to create a "flashing" effect.  This will make all lights blink on that circuit (light set goes through a steady blinking ON and OFF).  Contains 3 clear FLASHER mini light replacement bulbs.
 
Note: bulbs come naked without a base. To install, simply remove old bulb from original base by straightening the wires then slide the new 2.5 volt bulb in place and bend the wires back.
 
Bulb specifications
2.5 volt, 170 mA, 0.42 watt
 
How many flasher bulbs will I need per set?
50 lights - 1 Flasher Bulb (2.5V)
100 lights - 2 Flasher Bulbs (2.5V)
150 lights - 3 Flasher Bulbs (2.5V)

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  • 2
    out of 6 bulbs, 3 were defective!

    Posted by BAHJAT ABOUCHACRA on Dec 17th 2015

  • 5
    I was able to find these at the Castro Valley's Peter Hardware Co. store on Chabot Valley Blvd. They're called 3.5 Volt Flasher Replacement Bulbs. I got them for $1.79 for 3.

    Posted by Genevieve on Dec 12th 2015

  • 5
    For years, I have used multi-colored and clear mini lights for Christmas trees and outdoor Christmas lighting. And I have looked endlessly for replacement, flasher bulbs.

    Posted by Adam on Dec 6th 2015

  • 5
    Very happy with you guys excellent job will recomended

    Posted by francisco decespedes on Nov 23rd 2015

  • 4
    good

    Posted by david cox on Oct 1st 2015

  • 5
    Good value for money

    Posted by Elizabeth Donate on Feb 4th 2015

  • 5
    They've already lasted longer than the junk bulbs that came with the set.

    Posted by JJ on Feb 1st 2015

  • 5
    Great price on hard-to-find mini flasher bulbs. Got my tree working like new again.

    Posted by Maurice Gerhardt on Nov 24th 2013

  • 5
    This is really hard to find and i was glad i could find it here. Repaired my Xmas lights straight away and worked fine.

    Posted by Jan T. on May 22nd 2013