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Diall E27 5W LED filament T26 Light bulb
This Edison Screw Cap (E27) t26 LED filament light bulb has an impressive low energy A+ rating. It has a 5W power consumption, which is equivalent to a 40W standard incandescent bulb and gives off a warm white light.
- Lumens - 470lm
Features and Benefits
Reasons to choose LED technology;
- LED bulbs last longer, their life time is more than 10000H
- Full brightness instantly, warm up time to 95% of lumen if LED is <lt/>1.0s
- They are more energy efficient; An incandescent light bulb loses 80 percent of its energy to heat, leaving only the last 20 percent for light.
|Light technology||LED filament|
|Cap fitting||Edison Screw Cap (E27)|
|Equivalent wattage||40 W|
|Colour temperature||2700 K|
|Colour description||Warm white|
|Warm up time||1 second|
|Average rated hours||10000 hours|
|KWh per 1000h life||5kWh/1000h|
|Colour rendering index||<gt/>80%|
|Lamp Lumen Maintenance Factor (LLMF)||≥ 70%|
|Number of switch cycles||20000|
goodhome7 - 8 months ago
I wish I had known these were not dimmable before I purchased and opened them! It doesn't say anywhere that they aren't
Ironstan - 11 months ago
Bought these a month ago to put in some vintage pipe lights was not sure if they would be bright enough as none were on display. But they are amazing. Good light and you can still see the filament vrry cool.
Great feature glow!
Whiskey60 - 1 year ago
I brought this bulb for a feature light above my kitchen island. The photo does not do it justice but it gives off a beautiful warm glow. It is not meant for giving off a lot of light it is for display only. I would recommend.
A shining light
Blower12 - 1 year ago
What a pity that light bulbs have become a nightmare, you need to be taken through the selection process by an electronics Graduate however at the third attempt I found this bulb for my outside patio lamp. It took 3 attempts to get the right bulb, the first was a glaring yellow like a street lamp and the second from another large store (at £15) emitted so little light even moths couldn't find it but this one from B & Q was just right (at £7), The strange thing is that the Wattage on the second lamp and the B & Q one was the same, however after spending only £27 I got the right one in the end.
Nenny - 1 year ago
They look good and have been admires by all who have seen them