Verbatim 52115 Classic A B22 10 Watt LED Bulb - Warm White [Energy Class A]
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- Verbatim High Power LED
- Up to 85% Energy Saving
- 30,000 Hours Lifetime
- Environmentally friendly - No Mercury
- Can replace 60W
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The Perfect replacement to a traditional Incandescent lamp. This B22 (Bayonet) Classic A LED Lamp offers Instant warm-white light. All Verbatim Classic A LED Lamps provide high quality, high efficacy lighting with 30,000hr lifetime and 130 degree beam angle. Verbatim - Technology you can trust! .
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Top Customer Reviews
It's also brighter than the 20W CFL light that it replaced. When I flick the switch, there's a tiny fraction of a second before it comes on, but it's immediately at full brightness, unlike CFLs.
I'll be buying more, when I need them.
The time and effort these bulbs will save is worth every penny of the purchase price.
The light is much brighter than you think. This is not a bulb for the bedroom!
The light dispersion is much greater than the design suggests.
The light is very white, with a slight blue edge to it, even though it is marketed as warm white - I am happy with it. I cannot imagine what the standard white bulb would look like. This is a great product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I decided on LED bulbs for several reasons. They provide instant light with a much lower usage of electricity; unlike the bulbs they replaced these are totally ‘cool’ operation so... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Susman
Bought for someone with poorer sight after a recommendation on Which? lighting reviews.
Overall there is improved luminosity with these bulbs but they are extensive.
Exactly what was ordered. Order made on behalf of a family memeber you were very pleaseed with the turn around and seemed happy with the productPublished on 24 Oct. 2013 by Neil