Energy Saver Compact Fluorescents - Going green never looked so good

Energy Saver Universal

Energy Saver Universal

  • Energy Saver Compact Fluorescents - Going green never looked so good

    • Philips Energy Saver Twister provide energy savings and reduced operating costs without sacrificing quality of light compared to standard incandescent equivalents.
    • Direct replacement for incandescent bulbs, provides a warm and inviting solt white light.
    • Saves up to $113 over the life of the lamp when you replace a 100WA19 incandescent lamp with a 25W Energy Saver Universal**
    • ** Based on wattage saved ( 75W) x replacement lamp rated average life (15,000 hours) divided by 1000 x kWh rate ($0.10) = $112.50 saved.

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Product family information

Looking for an energy saver that does not look like one? The Philips EnergySaver family provides energy efficient lighting options that don't just provide similar light as your standard incandescent light bulb, they also have the same classic shapes. Try the Philips EnergySavers and see how they truly provide advanced lighting designed around your needs.

Features

Provides warm and inviting soft white light
Fits into incandescent fixtures and can be used in enclosed fixtures
Lasts at least 5 years*
Available in: 14, 20, 25,and 34 Watts
*Based on average daily use of 3-4 hours per day, 7days per week.

Applications

Ideal for use in Table/Floor Lamps,Outdoor Postlights,Wall Sconces, Surface Mounts, Reading Lamps, Border Lights, Recessed Fixtures Open Hanging Fixtures
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