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Megaman Incanda-LED Clear Candle 4W BC Warm White (40 Watt Alternative)from Megaman (Model: 143267)
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|Colour||Warm White (830)|
|Colour Rendering Index||80|
|Colour Temp||2800 K|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||25000hrs|
|Megaman Part Number||143267|
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