Commonly asked Questions from Customers
Question: Are the bulbs dimmable?
Answer: Our C9 incandescent bulbs are dimmable.
Question: Are these plastic or glass?
Answer: Our C9 incandescent bulbs are made of glass and are breakable.
Question: Are these double or triple dipped bulbs?
Answer: All of our transparent incandescent bulbs are double Dipped
Question: What is the wattage?
Answer: Our C9 twinkle bulbs are 7 watts
Question: What is the voltage?
Answer: Our C9 bulbs are 130 volts.
Question: What is the actual size of a C9 bulb?
Answer: A C9 bulb measures at 1 ¼” wide, 3” tall, ⅝” base.
Question: What is the base material made of?
Answer: Our C9 bulbs have a nickel coated base.
Question: Will a C9 bulb fit into a C7 bulb socket?
Answer: Although the bulbs look similar they have different base sizes. The C9 is an E17 base. The C7 is a traditional candelabra base which is classified as an E12 base. Click here to see size chart.
Question: what is an E17 base bulb?
Answer: An E17 base is an intermediate base, it measures at ⅝”.
Question: How long is the lifespan of these bulbs?
Answer: Our incandescent bulbs have a 3000 hour lifespan.
Question: What is the warranty of these bulbs
Answer: 2 seasons or 1 year if you keep them up year round
Question: Are these for indoor/outdoor decoration?
Answer: These can be for both indoor and outdoor use. These bulbs are commonly used for rooflines and large trees on the exterior of the home.
Question: Do these bulbs get hot?
Answer: They are warm to the touch, like all traditional incandescent bulbs.
Question: Are these single replacement bulbs?
Answer: We sell our incandescent replacement bulbs in packs of 25.
Question: Are these UL Listed?
Answer: Our C9 replacement bulbs are not UL listed but comply with all UL Standards
Question: Can these be used in a string I already own?
Answer: 90% of the time this will work. There are 2 points of contact the bulb needs to work; one on the bottom and one on the side. Most of the time our bulbs will work in other strings, so yes I would try it and if they do not work then you may need to replace the string or try a different brand bulb. You will also need to make sure the string can handle a 7 watt bulb in each socket.
Question: How many can I string together?
Answer: This particular product is just replacement bulbs. Our strings are sold seperate.These can be made with green, white, brown or black wire.
Question: What kind of stringer do these lights work on?
Answer: The C9 bulbs will work with a stringer that has an E17 base. The strings come in green, white, brown or black.
Please click here to see our C9 stringers
Question: What is the “twinkle” function on these bulbs?
Answer: The "twinkle" of these bulbs is a blinking function, and is random.
Question: Do the twinkle bulbs start to blink right away?
Answer: When you first light them, they do need a moment to warm up and then will begin to blink.