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Anyone ever heard of "Circle F" brand? Are they UL listed?
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I have an opportunity to buy in bulk, but I don't know this brand's
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I have an opportunity to buy in bulk, but I don't know this brand's
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I rarely come across them, but they make, or at least use to make the best
plastic pull lamp holder I've ever seen. Instead of using a ball chain pull
switch, it used a nylon wire pull switch, which worked very smoothly




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