• THE BEST NO-HEAT BULB FOR REFRIGERATOR: A waterproof alternative to heat-emitting bulbs, this refrigerator light bulb emits not the usual blue-white light, but pure white light. It not only brightens your fridge or freezer but also gives it a new life.

  • WIDE-RANGING USE: Used in countless home appliances, this led refrigerator bulb works well in both kitchens and bathrooms. It is especially suited for fridges, freezers, and bedside lamps, thanks to its small size.

  • ENERGY SAVING: These 120v 40w fridge light have special LED filaments that consume only 5 watts worth of energy, while offering the equivalent of 40W of incandescent light bulb. Incandescent light bulb light about 1.5 hours, our fridge light bulb can light about 10 hours, and is therefore good for your energy bill.

  • BURABLE AND EASE OF USE: This 40w refrigerator bulb is made of plastic mask according to the LED chip unique cooling requirements thus ensuring long life.They are not only durable, you also won't need to replace them frequently.

  • ☀ 100% WARRANTY: 12 Months MONEY BACK Guarantee and 24 Months WARRANTY. This is totally risk-free buy, we will replace the refrigerator light bulb if there's any problem.

VGOGFLY LED BULBS

Sensor Lights Bulb Dusk to Dawn LED Light Bulbs Smart Lighting Lamp 7W E26/E27 Automatic On/Off, Indoor/Outdoor Yard Porch Patio Garage Garden (Warm White, 2 Pack)

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We would often forget to turn off our front porch light in the morning before we left for work. We also had no way to turn it on if we planned to be home late. This was the cheapest, easiest way for us to solve this problem. All we do now is leave our switch on and don’t worry about it! Not sure if it still draws electric since it is technically sensing light or darkness all the time but at 8 watts I don’t worry.

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Really needed these for my front & back porch. When they arrived I was excited, especially when they automatically lit up at dusk. One bulb worked quit working after the first night. I contacted the company and they promptly sent me a new bulb.

I have had these for 6 months, they are bright & very efficient. I will definitely purchase again from Vgogfly.

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I bought some fancy-shmancy dusk-to-dawn light bulbs with motion sensors a month or two ago for the fixture outside my front door, but they just weren't working. I was trying to save some electricity by not having them lit all the time, but guess what--coming in and out of the door literally a foot away from the sensor and not having it light up was a serious pain in the tush. Plus, I'm a single female living alone, and I do everything I can to increase my security. Having these bulbs always on when it's dark out is worth it to me. It's always lit up when I come and go at night, which makes dealing with keys and steps and grocery bags and whatever else so much easier and safer. And it turns off during the day when it's not needed without me having to do a thing. No timers, no constantly remembering to flip the switch or cursing because I forgot to turn the light on/off. Easy.

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Just received these yesterday and installed in all 3 outdoor porch lights. Worked as described. No timers to worry about. No worrying about turning the porch lights on, or, did I forget to turn them off? Pretty cool invention, light sensitive light bulbs! Got up at 4:30am this morning and tgeyre all on. Went off as dawn approaced just like described. Will update or write another review in a few months to see how they hold up

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I have a Lamp Post outside my house. The lamp post has a sensor in it which has failed twice in 10 years. So I decided to try these Dawn to Dusk bulbs for the lamp post. The shade around the light post is made of a heavy opaque plastic. Didn't think these light bulbs would work in the post and wouldn't produce enough light but they did. The light bulb produces a nice warm light but also lights up my walkway. I always use to shut off my lamp post breaker but now only using 7watts of electricity I keep the lamp post light on. No more replacing the lamp post