AVRIDSSON Light Bulb Adapters

SMALL TO REGULAR LIGHT BULB SOCKET ADAPTERS

light-bulb-adapters~ What ~
Shipped in a package of six, these light bulb adapters converts small E12 chandelier bulb sockets into those that can house regular, larger E26 bulbs. Made of waterproof ceramic and brass, their outer white design with the company logo on the side measures only 2.05 inches tall and 1.34 inches in diameter. Instructions are not included and are unnecessary.

~ Why ~
We have carriage lights on both sides of our garage that have small light sockets. With these clever adapters, they can be screwed into a small socket with ease, and a regular, larger size light bulb can be set it the other end. I like that they are simple in design and only protrude a little more than a half-inch from the original socket.

~ Why Not ~
Some may not have smaller socketed lights so will not need these adapters. Others may find they stick out too far from the original socket so may not have ample room to screw in a regular sized light bulb if they are encased in a glass or metal holder.

~ Wish ~
With the adapters only coming in white, other color options might be helpful.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a way to change a small light socket to hold a regular sized light bulb, this works perfectly.

Thanks to ARDIVSSON for this sample that I am freely evaluating.

This product can be found at https://www.amazon.com/Adapter-ARVIDSSON-Ceiling-Chandelier-Connector/dp/B01LXSFJH3/

Grammarly was used to check for errors in this review.

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