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Flood Bulb Changer

UNGER

Price: $29.70 / each

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  • Item # 3UP47
  • Mfr. Model # FS000
  • UNSPSC # 27112119
  • Catalog Page # 1832
  • Shipping Weight 0.23 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemLamp Changer
  • TypeFlood Lamp Remover
  • Lamp Type3.25 Dia Flood Light
  • ApplicationChanging smooth flood lights 300 watts or larger
  • For Use Withall Unger telescopic poles
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Flood Bulb Changer
6 plastic suction cups adhere tightly to smooth recessed flood lights, round, beveled, and flat bulbs, and bulbs 300 watts or larger. Fully insulated.
Bulb Changers

• For standard and CFL bulbs
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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does what it says it does Replaced my old flood bulb changer head after 10 yrs of service finally wore it out. I change bulbs in a 24' high ceiling using this tool and it works right every time. With the number of lamp fixtures I have, it is used at least once a week around here. Sure beats having to get out the 20' ladder every time to change a burned out bulb. March 24, 2012
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After the bulb is screwed into the socket you would gently pull on the changer or move it to the side to get the suction cups to release. There is no release switch with this style.
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The flood lights are at the corners of my house and are angled to illuminate the yard.
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This item has 6 plastic suction cups adhere tightly to smooth recessed flood lights, round, beveled, and flat bulbs, and bulbs 300 watts or larger. In order to be able to remove the bulb the suction cups would need to be able to suction onto the bulb.
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