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    Philips LED mini reflectors provide a dimmable soft white light, an exceptionally long life, and significant energy savings. See all benefits


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Experience dimmable, soft white LED light

Extra warm light for an inviting atmosphere

  • Instant light when switched on

    Instant light when switched on

    No need to wait: Philips LED light bulbs provide their full level of brightness immediately upon switching on.

  • Long life reduces the hassle of replacing bulbs so often

    22.8 years means rated average life based on engineering testing and probability analysis where the bulb is used on average 3 hours/day, 7 days a week.

  • Very low energy consumption; saving at least 80%

    When you switch to a Philips LED light bulb, you immediately use up to 80% less energy without sacrificing light output and quality.

  • Perfect for general room lighting

    Philips Energy Saving LED MR16 flood light can be used in recessed cans and track light fixtures. Ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms.

  • Similar to incandescent

    This LED MR16 flood light is ideal for residential use in kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms and for commercial use in restaurants and hospitality applications. This bulb is the perfect replacement for the standard incandescent MR16 bulb.

  • Reduces energy costs

    This bulb saves up to $78.38 in energy costs over the life of the bulb when you replace a 35 watt incandescent with this 6.5 watt LED light bulb**.

  • Provides a soft white light

    This bulb dims to a deep, warm glow to create a relaxing ambience, similar to incandescent (2200-2700 K), that will not fade fabrics or furnishings.***

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  • **per bulb in lifetime energy costs vs. 35W MR16 @ $0.11/kWh. Actual savings will vary depending on cost per kWh.
  • ***Light can have different colour temperatures, indicated in units called Kelvin (K). Bulbs with a low value produce a warm, more cozy light, while those with a high Kelvin value, create a cool, more energizing light.