TCP LED E14 Small Edison Screw 5 Watt LED Candle, White [Energy Class A+]
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- 5W equals 30W Incandescent replacement
- 330 lumen
- Warm White 3000K
- 25,000 hours lifetime
- Energy rating A+
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|Cap Type||E14 (Small Edison Screw)||E14||E14||E14||E14||E14|
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|Wattage||5 watts||5.5 watts||5 watts||5 watts||6 watts||5 watts|
This 5W Candle shape LED lamp is a perfect replacement for a traditional incandescent 30W. It produces an illuminating 330 lumens of 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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The bulb is very strange in appearance, with a solid looking inverted pyramidal cone, so compared to a conventional small Edison it has a larger surface of light to reflect. The glass itself is thick and appears strong, so there is little chance of it breaking if the lamp is knocked over.
The price is a strange point, as you can get Philips multi-pack micro screws for around the same price as this, with better energy efficiency, they may be singularly shorter in life, but the number in the package make up for this and surpass this TCP bulb. It's nice to have a bulb you know you won't have to (hopefully) change for years, but for value for money the multi buy Philips win for me.
The light was instant on switching on (rather than the warming up to full power some low energy lamps have ).
It is not dimmerable and as the info states has a 25000 hours life span, using 5w of power to replace an old 30w so will be a saving to run, though it is too new to see any difference on the bill yet.
Will revisit this review after a while because these are just my first impressions, as others have said a long life light bulb can't really be reviewed until a long time has passed, but on its first day,I am impressed with it.
This LED candle bulb is a 5 watt equivalent of 30 watt standard, and boasts a 25000 hours lifetime (or 12500 on/offs, whichever comes first). It's warm white and has no perceivable warm up time. It's mercury free and has an A+ energy rating.
It looks well made and it comes with a 3 year warrantee. Like any energy saving product, the saving in electricity will come over time, and in these times of rising fuel prices many will see this as worth the initial outlay.
The only problem now is that I have a stockpile of unused (now) old fashioned "energy saving" bulbs that were going to be the future. They weren't- these are!
If it lasts as long as it claims to do then the price will be justified.
If you ignore the high price tag it's got cheap running costs (consuming only 5w) but it really does give an impressive amount of illumination (the claims are 30w equivalent but it seems more to me).
Is this a good thing? Well, it depends on the effect you're looking for. For example, if you simply want to create some (energy efficient) gentle ambience, then no. However, if you're after bright illumination with low running costs, then yes. I'm currently using this in a bedroom bedside lamp but I think it's too bright for the purpose I seek (which I feel should be something more gentle before I go to sleep) as it gives quite a strong, focussed beam of white light towards the ceiling and from there it reflects downwards.
To try to give a better indication of what I'm talking about I've uploaded a couple of photos for comparison (unfortunately, I'm no photographer and the auto setting on my camera neutralises some of the effect but it still gives a good enough idea to show what I'm talking about).
It would be nice if this bulb was dimmable but I'm afraid it's not. I like it in a general sense, I just need to find a better location for it, it's just too bright for its current purpose.
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