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TCP LED B22d Bayonet Cap 10 Watt LED Classic Shape, White [Energy Class A+]

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  • 10W equals 60W Incandescent replacement
  • 810 lumen
  • Warm White 3000K
  • 25,000 hours lifetime
  • Energy rating A+

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 259 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: 110LDA10B22COA3KSMV2
  • ASIN: B00K4XXJCO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 283,016 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

This 10W Classic shape LED lamp is a perfect replacement for a traditional incandescent 60W. It produces an illuminating 810 lumens from a 230˚ beam angle, at a crisp, pure, clean white light (3000K). It is a non-dimmable product with a lifetime of 25,000 hours, and contains microchips powered by Nichia, the market leading chip manufacturers.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. F. Stevens HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 30 Jun. 2014
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The TCP 10W 810 lumen LED bulb produces a very nice and neutral warm-white light directly comparable with my existing Osram LED bulbs, also 10W 810 lumen. 3000K is slightly 'cooler' (bluer) than an incandescent lamp (which can vary from 3000K to less than 2200K depending on the supply voltage) but not objectionably so, and nowhere near the colour of a 'daylight' lamp (6500K). The light dispersion is excellent and even, being the widest angle of any of my many assorted LED bulbs in a "60 Watt shape".

As usual for an LED the light is instant full brightness correct colour, and will stay that way for most of the life of the lamp. It does not suffer premature ageing from frequent On/Off cycles, unlike the fluorescent types which die a little every time they are switched on. BUT, do not attempt to use a dimmer on this type of LED, as the ballast circuit in the bulb will very quickly fuse and might possibly damage the dimmer.

The TCP is by far the heaviest LED I have found so far at 194gms, compared with 118gms each for my four Osrams and 130gms for the dozen or so assorted Auraglow 8W, and only 32gms for an old 60W incandescent bulb. The TCP is also the biggest being almost a centimetre longer than an Osram or the 60W.

Heat is the greatest enemy of all LED bulbs. Both the TCP and the Osram run a lot hotter than the Auraglow, which might explain why TCP only forecast 25,000 hours (3 years if left on 24/7) from their bulb while Auraglow expect 35,000 hours. Two of my Osram bulbs have begun to flicker when very hot, and this only after about ten months service at about five hours a day, or about 1,500 hours.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Calypsopiper on 30 Jun. 2014
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The TCP LED Standard Bayonet Cap 10 Watt LED Bulb, gives an instantaneous, warm, bright white light. By warm, I mean a more soft, diffuse cosy tone, not harsh like some LED lights. By bright, think Clark Griswold turning on the decorations in an attempt to deliver the most fun-filled old-fashioned family Christmas ever, very bright light.

This bulb is modernistic in design, especially looking stylish in a pendant fitting, even without a shade. It’s a little on the weighty side, but this is not an issue, as no bulb likes to be dropped onto a hard surface. I haven’t a 60W incandescent bulb to compare it with, but I would hazard a guess to say that this 10W LED easily emulates a 100W pearl incandescent bulb. Using it in my work area, I find it easy and very restful on the eyes, seemingly creating less physical and mental fatigue, especially when working through the night. The price is a little prohibitive at present, so you are not likely to be wanting to replace all the light bulbs in your house. That said, they are a zillion times better than CFL Bulbs and provide a real alternative to halogen and tungsten. Try one, put it in an area where you read, sew, paint etc. and see what you think. Me, I love 'em.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Ferguson VINE VOICE on 16 July 2014
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There's not a great deal to say about this bulb. I'm sure if you're on this page you know roughly what the advantage of an LED bulb is already. This one nicely bright, certainly equivalent to a 60W incandescent, and the colour temperature is close to that of an incandescent. I prefer IKEA's LEDare bulbs, which get closer to that classic "warm white", but those don't come in bayonet cap, and without doing a side by side, you'd hardly notice.

The spread of light is also close to an incandescent, not as directional as many LED bulbs have been in the past. In fact, hidden behind a lampshade, you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between this bulb and an incandescent.

Having used CFL energy saving bulbs for years, it's nice to go back to a bulb that switches on instantly and doesn't take minutes to warm up to full brightness, and it gives off about the same heat as a CFL.

The build quality is also very high. The dome is made of a strong plastic and not cheap glass, and it has a good weight to it. This is a bulb you'll own and use for a very long time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter J. Hewitt VINE VOICE on 26 Jun. 2014
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this is a really bright bulb that doesn't need to warm up so instant bright light.
the price may seem high but if it does last for around 25 years then that is a saving and it is better for the environment being energy efficient and will save on your energy bills.
it also comes with a 3 year warranty.
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By DAVID BRYSON TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 July 2014
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Any of us concerned to manage and limit our electric usage should be interested in this new offering. Hopefully the price will come down, but that happens to technological innovations almost without exception. If you don't want to wait for that, you might get one of the few of these bulbs left on the Vine.

The first thing to note is that this product looks good, much like one of the old filament bulbs, only a lot heavier. The second point is that the light (described as equivalent to 60W from a filament effort) is good and bright; and the third point is that the quality of the light is pleasant, strong and all though it is. What exactly is a 25000-hour expected life? If that is elapsed calendar-time from installation it works out to a little less than 3 years. If it is based on some estimate of the amount of usage the bulb gets, someone has come up with a prediction of 25 years, which would be the outside limit of how long I for one might be on the scene to use it. I have installed mine in the bathroom ceiling, making it the bulb switched on most in my house. I shall be satisfied with less than 25 years, I expect, especially as I have kept the fluorescent-type saver bulb that was there before it and so can replace this new one without cost. In the meantime, I wish I had installed it before shaving and not after, but from the next shave onwards I am looking forward to the benefit of better light and an easier experience.
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