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from Naperville, IL
Comments about Easeout™ Broken Light Bulb Remover:
This product worked when others had not.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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A GREAT INVENTION!
By Nancy the Snow Bunny
We no longer have to call the electrician to removed broken light bulbs. This gadget works great! We highly recommend it.
Darn Thing Works Like a Charm
Yes, it really does work like a charm!
from cleveland, Ohio
The product is ok but could have more grip at the top were it is inserted into the bulb.
What a great device!
By AKA Nana
from Center Point, Al.
I used this to remove a broken outdoor floodlight base. What a great invention! Everyone should have one on hand. Thank you!
An Indispensable safety tool
About Me Casual Cleaner
without a rubber tip on the insertion end of this tool, to strengthen the pressure of turning the tool, it requires greater hand and wrist strength than some might possess. It is a good tool to have for the purpose it was intended to serve because it is much safer than pliers or your fingers at an electrical outlet. I would purchase it again, however.
Good idea, but did not work
from San Antonio, TX
I tried using this product on a socket where the light bulb busted, and it did not have enough grip to remove the remnants.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I would buy this product again
from Moloka'i, HI
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
I am a business owner who calls upon our building maintenance to change our light bulb that sometimes burst, leaving the metal part in the socket. He uses one of these tools so i needed to get my own. Now I can change my own broken bulb.
Does the job!
from Cranberry Twp., PA
Used it on ceiling fan lights. Had to remove the shield in order to reach the broken bulb. Worked just fine, but of course it didn't catch the small broken glass particles. Glad I bought it though.
By Dancing Kate
from Fairfax, VA
I had a broken bulb that had defied several attempts to remove it. I had my doubts if this would work. The bulb was in a recessed eyeball fixture and the eyeball rotated when you tried to unscrew the bulb base. The opening to the fixture was narrow and recessed, and hard to reach, and the bulb had a smaller base than a standard bulb. The nose of the tool actually didn't fit inside the bulb base, but to my surprise, I was able to clamp the tool around the outside edge of the base, and turn it that way. The bulb was out in a few seconds. Without this tool, I would have had to call an electrician. I bet it works even better on a standard sized bulb!