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GE Lighting 4313 PAR36 13-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4502 PAR36 28-Volt / 50-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4505 PAR36 28-Volt / 50-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $18.92
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GE Lighting 4509 PAR36 13-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $17.90
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GE Lighting 4522 PAR36 13-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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SkyGeek Price: $300.88
Sale Price: $205.15
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GE Lighting 4537 PAR46 13-Volt / 100-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $18.51
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GE Lighting 4541 PAR56 28-Volt / 450-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4551 PAR46 28-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $14.71
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GE Lighting 4552 PAR64 28-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $45.26
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GE Lighting 4553 PAR46 28-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $25.07
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GE Lighting 4554 PAR46 28-Volt / 450-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $34.14
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GE Lighting 4555 PAR64 115-Volt / 920, 1 & 0-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4557 PAR64 28-Volt / 400, 1 & 0-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $42.23
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GE Lighting 4559 PAR64 28-Volt / 600-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $38.07
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GE Lighting 4570 PAR46 28-Volt / 150-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4572 PAR46 28-Volt / 150-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4580 PAR46 28-Volt / 450-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $26.44
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GE Lighting 4581 PAR46 28-Volt / 450-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $37.03
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GE Lighting 4582 PAR46 28-Volt / 450-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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Chicago Miniature 4587 PAR36 28-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4587 PAR36 28-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $21.55
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SkyGeek Price: $14.73
Sale Price: $9.91
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Wamco 4587 PAR36 28-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4589 PAR36 28-Volt / 50-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $17.47
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GE Lighting 4591 PAR36 28-Volt / 100-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
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GE Lighting 4594 PAR36 28-Volt / 100-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $17.91
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Oshino 4595 PAR36 13-Volt / 100-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $14.48
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GE Lighting 4596 PAR36 28-Volt / 250-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $18.34
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GE Lighting 4626 PAR36 28-Volt / 150-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $18.51
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GE Lighting 4627 PAR36 28-Volt / 100-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $40.27
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GE Lighting 4635 PAR46 16.5-Volt / 450-Watt Lamp, Incandescent
SkyGeek Price: $34.90
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Hey SkyGeek help me choose a landing light bulb: regular or quartz?

Which landing light bulb should you choose: "regular" or quartz? Great question. SkyGeek suggests two things:

1) Always have a spare bulb on-hand in the hangar. (If you're headed out and your bulb goes, that might be cause for a scrubbed flight. Seems a shame).

2) Use the quartz bulbs. Why? Read on…

I don't know about you, but for a few extra dollars per year, after a great after-sunset landing, we really don't want to run off the taxi way before getting to ramp, risking our airplane (and our pride) just for the sake of an extra 10-15 bucks. So it pays to have a landing/taxi light that's long lasting. For example, the most common landing light bulb is the GE4509; about $9. It's quartz direct replacement (Q4509) : about $25. What the difference? It has a slightly narrower beam but operates more efficiently, according to GE, producing more candlepower than the GE4509 , at 140,000 CP versus 110,000 CP. The Q4509's beam is slightly narrower and more focused than the GE4509 but you probably won't notice much of a difference. But the real reason for going with the quartz is bulb life: You can expect at least 100 hours for the GEQ4509, but only 5-10 hours on the regular 4509. So for only a small amount of increased cost, you get over 10 times bulb life (and a brighter bulb) why bother with the regular? Skygeek doesn't think you should. (But if you decide to go the regular route, no worries, we have all those, as well as the quartz, in stock).

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