This Light Bulb Changer Head Kit fits Standard, Floodlight & Recessed bulbs. The Standard and Floodlight heads have soft nylon grippers and a spring finger design ensuring a secure fit around the bulb. The Recessed Bulb head is a suction cup design that attaches easily and securely to any smooth surface floodlight-sized bulb and includes a string used to release the suction cup from the bulb. Caution - The Floodlight head should NOT be used for a bulb installed inside of a recessed can-type light. The Recessed Bulb head should be used for that application. All three heads fit the industry standard thread pattern found on our 16 and 11 3-section aluminum poles as well as our 11 3-section steel pole.
Saves time safer than using a ladder
Pole has standard threads to accept all painting & washing accessories
Amazing. I have two high mounted (20 ft up) outdoor flood lights (PAR38) which were really stuck and the bulb changer I bought at a local store didn't work-- the suction cup wasn't strong enough.
But this item has a larger spring loaded basket with rubber grips which helped me change those pesky bulbs! I still needed to use a ladder but most people probably won't in their situation. Depends on how high up your bulbs are. The pole is really long.
Tip 1: once you have the grabber on the bulb, if the bulb is really stuck, turn the pole with a sudden jerky motion to free it. Then unscrew it the rest of the way slowly.
Tip 2: use LED replacement bulbs so that you won't have to deal with this again for 10 years!
Wow !!! I love this !!! Nice fit for a standard light bulb.
These tools are amazing! I just replaced all five incandescent floodlight bulbs in our great room with LED bulbs.
They are all at least 15 above the floor, and the ceiling is sloped. One of the bulbs required the suction cup.
David H O.
he set works great. Our new home has a number of light bulbs that are out of reach for mortals even with a ladder.
When my recessed lighting bulb went out 22' off the floor I expected to have to buy a ladder to be able to replace it. Instead, I used my existing step ladder plus an extension pole and this light bulb changing kit.
This thing works! I wasn't sure it would but it did. I had flood lights over 20 feet above the ground that needed replacing.