|Package Dimensions||2.54 x 2.54 x 1.27 cm; 9.07 Grams|
|Item Model Number||43397-3247|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Weight||9.07 g|
KOR - MR16 and GU10 Light Bulb Changer – Strong Grip Rubber Air Suction Cup – Easy & Effortless Lamp Replacing for LED and Halogen Mini Track Lights, Recessed Lighting, Spot Lights and Range Hood.
|Price:||+ $7.03 Delivery|
|Bulb shape size||MR16|
|Item weight||0.02 Pounds|
About this item
- ✅ Specifically designed for little LED or Halogen MR16 (2 Pin) and GU10 (Twist and Lock) bulbs that are hard to get out of their socket!
- ✅ Powerful rubber suction cup that will get a good grip on the MR16 / GU10 bulb to get it out and to insert / replace the new bulb.
- ✅ No more broken nails and cut skin trying to remove or install these little LED or Halogen MR16 (2 Pin) and GU10 (Twist and Lock) bulbs out of their socket!
- ✅ The suction cup relamping tool / bulb changer easily inserts and removes MR16 and GU10 bulbs out of their track light heads, recessed light fixture housing or range hood.
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No more broken nails and cut skin trying to remove or install these little LED or Halogen MR16 (2 Pin) and GU10 (Twist and Lock) bulbs out of their socket! When there is no room between the reflector and the bulb to fit in your finger to get a grip on the little bulb to get it out or to get the new
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This suction cup, while not perfect, makes the job a thousand times easier. In each case I removed the old halogen bulb, or inserted the new LED bulb, in about 15 - 60 seconds.
* When removing an old bulb, if it's not coming out right away, turn it back and forth a bit, that is, twist a little bit in the direction to tighten, then twist a little bit in the direction to loosen, and repeat that a few times.
* As other reviewers have noted, the flange/handle at the end is not rigid, so turns when you twist it. I found it helpful to ignore the handle and instead hold onto the shaft and turn the suction cup from the shaft rather than from the handle.