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3V691 3V691 UNSPSC # 27112119

Light Bulb Changer, Rubber Covered Fingers with Garter Spring

  • Item # 3V691
  • Mfr. Model # 3V691
  • UNSPSC # 27112119
  • Catalog Page # 511 511
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Light bulb changers and poles help users install and change screw-in light bulbs in ceiling fixtures and other high places. They eliminate the need for climbing ladders to reach the bulbs, and they allow hot or damaged bulbs to be handled without using hands. They have a long pole with a head on the end that grabs and holds a compatible light bulb so it can be twisted out of the socket and brought to the ground. A new bulb can be placed in the head, and the pole can be used to raise the bulb up to the socket and screw it in.

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Light Bulb Changer, Rubber Covered Fingers with Garter Spring

  • Item # 3V691
  • Mfr. Model # 3V691
  • UNSPSC # 27112119
  • Catalog Page # 511 511
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Light bulb changers and poles help users install and change screw-in light bulbs in ceiling fixtures and other high places. They eliminate the need for climbing ladders to reach the bulbs, and they allow hot or damaged bulbs to be handled without using hands. They have a long pole with a head on the end that grabs and holds a compatible light bulb so it can be twisted out of the socket and brought to the ground. A new bulb can be placed in the head, and the pole can be used to raise the bulb up to the socket and screw it in.

Technical Specs

  • Item Light Bulb Changer
  • Type Rubber Covered Fingers with Garter Spring
  • For Bulb Type A19, A21, A23, P25, PS25, PS30, PS35, G25, G30, FLE20, T19
  • Application Designed for Industrial and Commercial, Easy Removal of Horizontally or Angled Mounted, Small Head Bulbs
  • Includes Angle Adjustment

Light bulb changers and poles help users install and change screw-in light bulbs in ceiling fixtures and other high places. They eliminate the need for climbing ladders to reach the bulbs, and they allow hot or damaged bulbs to be handled without using hands. They have a long pole with a head on the end that grabs and holds a compatible light bulb so it can be twisted out of the socket and brought to the ground. A new bulb can be placed in the head, and the pole can be used to raise the bulb up to the socket and screw it in.

Compliance and Restrictions

  • WARNING Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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