AURAGLOW 9w LED B22 Bayonet Light Bulb, Warm White, 806 lumen, 60w EQV [Energy Class A+]
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- Only 9w in power, Incandescent Equivalent to 60w
- 87% energy cost savings; bulbs will pay for themselves and save on your bills so each one is an investment.
- Lasts 25 years approx based on 4 hours per day (35,000 hours), no need to keep replacing bulbs!
- Delivers a warm white light very similar to a normal incandescent bulb (3000K)
- Beam Angle: 240°, Warm Up Time: Instant, Dimmable: No, ECA approved for business tax relief, 5 Year Warranty
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This incredible Bayonet B22 LED light bulb is only 9w in power but equivalent to a 60w incandescent light bulb.
The light it emits is a warm white very similar to a normal incandescent bulb.
Featuring the very latest in LED technology, Auraglow are so confident in these light bulbs they issue them with a 5 year warranty!
LED lighting is the future and Auraglow are leading the way.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have it in my study which has replaced the old 60w and find the light is actually brighter than the old one.
I have also kept a check on my electrical usage and found this is giving me a saving of around £0.75 p.w. which is great.
I now intend to replace all the bulbs in the house with these in the next few weeks.
I will add a photo of the bulb in use in the next couple of days.
Update: As you can see there is a warm white light and no orange glow that you get from an incandescent bulb.
Update: A second bulb was ordered and delivered promptly, what is pleasing about the bulbs is the lovely light cast given and how it lights up the room with it's white colour cast that leaves one with the impression that the bulb is stronger than it actually is.
I've lost count of how many powerful, bright LED light bulbs I've gone through looking for a decent one that performs as per the description blurb.
In my experience they just don't get anywhere near and blow early or they're much weaker than you expect. So after a bit of online research I thought I'd take a punt on these bulbs from Auraglow. I also use the 100watt equivalent version of these in certain rooms of the house but the kids were complaining they're too bright so I've bought and installed these.
As somebody who suffers from poor vision and it's gradually getting worse as the years go by - I find I need a bright white light in order for me to read books, instruction leaflets, the back of food packets and all that kind of stuff.
I think, I'm hoping I've found a winner in these bulbs. They tick all my boxes upto now after a few weeks of use . . .
Come on immediately - yes!
Give out an immediate bright white 60 watt light - Yes!
Well made and robust - yes!
Light up a standard room in the house - yes!
They're very well made and feel quite heavy in the hand - this is a solid bulb. They come on instantly and don't have to warm up for a few minutes. The light is as near as damn it to 60watts as I've ever seen in a LED bulb and the light is a bright light one which is just what I need.
Pricey but well worth it and recommended.
The bulb is well made with a substantial and smoothly finned heat-sink on the rear surface of the bulb which enables it to run much cooler than many of the competitive LED bulbs. It is best fitted with a good air circulation around it because LEDs do not have a long life if allowed to get too hot.
The light is mainly downward from the hanging bulb, which is fine for my use. It is very close to the same outline size and shape as a classic old fashioned 60 Watt light bulb, and it takes no more space than the filament bulb it might replace.
My applications for these B22 8W LED bulbs include the hall downstairs and more critical places such as the porch light where the cold and frequent auto-switching on and off has shortened the life of CFLs but now will not affect the LEDs in the least.
At around a tenner each these are reasonable value for 35,000 hours or more of light, which seems to be forever for a light bulb that is off for much of the time when one remembers that there are about eight and a half thousand hours in a year.
I made some weight tests on bulbs to hand. With the decent heat-sink the 8W LED weighs 130gms, which is more than a conventional 60W filament bulb (32gms) or a 15W CFL (102gms).
For different light levels I recommend the 6W (480 lumen) Auraglow and 10W (810 lumen) Osram NON-dimmable bulbs.Read more ›
They've been up a month or so with no problems, but that's only ~100 hours of the claimed 35,000 hour lifetime, so that doesn't say much about that.
I was mainly interested due to the energy savings as well as the life span of the bulb.
Once it arrived I noticed that is much larger that a traditional bulb probably due to the metal heat sink, this doesnt really cause and kind of issues and it feels quite solid.
The light once turned on goes to full brightness which produces much better results that the incandescent bulb it just replaced.
It's whiter but still retains a warm glow.
The only negative is that it seems to have a fairly focussed area in terms of the light output, it probably doesnt help that my light fixture is at the very end of a bedroom. This aside it really is actually quite good. I would say it's worth the extra money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought these bulbs in November 2013, and they are in use more than 4 hours a day and they are still going strong in 2016 long may they last
since changing all my lighting... Read more
It only lasted 9 months with very little use. It was in our toddlers bedroom and was used less than an hour per dayPublished 1 month ago by K. Gait
Excellent quality light, fast delivery and perfect colour temperature for my needs.
I used to have the bulb which could be set to various colours (same brand) but found... Read more
i bought a twin bulb box of Auraglow 9w led. one of the bulb starts flickering right from the first week. other one was okay though. returned.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This the second pack of 4 bulbs that I have ordered. The light is very good, better that a standard 60watt bulb in my opinion, and for 9 watts of power it is brilliant. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bill Hartridge
Only buying this make of light bulbs now, they provide an excellent light that is more like daylight.Published 4 months ago by LP