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Osram-GEC Accent

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Filename:IN_WC_GEC_240-40T65OP-BC_Accent.jpg
Album name:James / Standard GLS Lamps
Keywords:Osram-GEC / Accent / GLS / Incandescent / UK / 40w / 2700k / B22d / Bayonet / BC
Manufacturer:Osram-GEC
Model:Accent
Power Consumption:40W
Working Voltage:240V
Overall Width / Diameter:T65
Cap Type:B22d/25x26
Cap Finish:Aluminium + vitrite
Light Colour Temp:2700K
Lumen Output:365lm
Burn Position :Any
Lifespan:1000h
Comments:A very British lamp, Osram's Accent introduced in 1971 was the answer to the similarly shaped lamps first developed by Westinghouse in the USA some years earlier - but with a still more squared bulb shape. These were outstandingly popular in Britain during the 1970s and could be found overall, thanks to the reduced glare and softer light than traditional incandescents. They declined however in the later 70s and early 80s and other more decorative types became widely available. See http://www.lamptech.co.uk/Spec%20Sheets/IN%20WC%20GEC%20240-40T65OP-BC%20Accent.htm
Date / Code:1974
Country Of Origin:UK
Filesize:91 KiB
Date added:Aug 17, 2014
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Liam   [Aug 17, 2014 at 11:36 AM]
Hi James, i have some of these Woolworth's branded and i agree its not as glarey as the normal incandescent howether no were sells them and im not shore if they can make this type in Rough Service?
Sparkygav   [Aug 17, 2014 at 11:45 AM]
A good 1970,s lamp and from what I remember of them they had a much better life than a standard gls lamp,I remember seeing well used sagged filaments burning looking through the thin opal coating they used
Tom   [Feb 02, 2017 at 09:16 PM]
The lamps of early childhood memories for me! There was one in my parent's room when I was little and I'm sure we had one of the Rose Pinks and Tangerine colours at one point!

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