Innovative design,irresistible price

SlimStyle A-Shape Dimmable LED

SlimStyle A-Shape Dimmable LED

SlimStyle A-Shape Dimmable LED

  • Innovative design,irresistible price

    LED
    • Easy to experience -Provides soft, quality light similar to incandescents - Available in Soft White (2700K)
    • Long life reduces the hassle of replacing bulbs so often ;Will not fade fabrics or furnishings
    • Contains no mercury; Dimmable**
    • Innovative design -Slim shape fits in most fixtures witha medium base
    • Rugged design ensures durability and is ideal for households that want to providea sense of security for their family
    • Provides light all-around
    • ** Dimmable when using leading edge dimmers (see Philips Website: www.philips.com/ledtechguide for compatible leading edge dimmers).
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Philips SlimStyle A-Shape Dimmable LED Bulb is the same size as a traditional A19/A21 light bulb in a new slim design. Its innovative shape provides energy efficiency and quality light in a durable shape.

Features

Long lasting, energy efficient light
Replaces 40 Watt and 60 Watt incandescent bulbs
Last up to 22.8 years*
Low yearly energy costs
* 22.8 years means rated average life based on engineering testing and probability analysis where the lamp is used on average 3 hrs/day, 7 days/week

Applications

Its dimmable,comfortable light is ideal for use in table and floor lamps, wall sconces,and pendant lighting.
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