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Thread: OttLite

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    Senior Member OraLee's Avatar
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    Has anyone tried the OttLite bulb that you just put in your own lamp? I bought one at Joanns on Sunday because they were on sale. Couldn't afford the whole lamp. Came home and put in my floor lamp by my sewing machine and what a difference from a regular light bulb, and much cheaper than the ottlite floor lamp.

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    Thanks for the info, too many times we think something only works in the original object it was made for.

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    I didn't know you could use the Ottlite bulb in your regular lamp. Thanks for this info!

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    Thank you for sharing this :D:D:D

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    is it a twist in bulb? I didn't know they made ant that would fit anything other than their lamps, I sure do love my lamp but need another

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    what is the price of just the bulb?

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    Yes the base is just like a regular light bulb. I did have to take my lamp shade off to get it started because at first it was to tall, but then it was great and put lamp shade back on. I understand they use this kind of bulb in Alaska during there 6 months of night.

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    Senior Member OraLee's Avatar
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    They are $14.99, but I paid $7.99 on sale at Joann's

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    kewl

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    Quote Originally Posted by OraLee
    They are $14.99, but I paid $7.99 on sale at Joann's
    Great deal...I'm going to have to get my coupon and go get me one or two.

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