Philips 427781 - 3.5 Watt - Dimmable LED
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Philips - 3.5 Watt - LED - Torpedo

Clear Bent Tip - 25 Watt Equal - 2700K Warm White - 180 Lumens - Candelabra Base - Dimmable - 120 Volt - 427781


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This Philips EnduraLED 427781 3.5 watt 2700K warm white clear bent tip dimmable LED torpedo bulb offers a decorative, energy-saving ambiance. At 180 lumens, the bulb replaces 25 watt incandescent bulbs. The unique design provides light in all directions, giving lighting designers an alternative to incandescent sources. With a long life of 25,000 hours, the bent tip feature mimics the look of a flame, making it a perfect light source for chandeliers and shadeless sconces.


Stock Code:  LED-427781
Family:  EnduraLED
Wattage:  3.5 Watt
Bulb Color:  Warm White
Bulb Shape:  BA11
Base Type:  Candelabra (E12)
Color Temperature:  2700 Kelvin
Length:  4.02 in.
Incandescent Equal:  25 Watt
Lumens (Initial):  180
Case Quantity:  8
Brand:  Philips
Part No.:  427781
Voltage:  120
Bulb Finish:  Clear
Bulb Type:  LED
Dimmable:  Yes
CRI:  92
Diameter:  1.38 in.
Life Hours:  25,000
Lumens Per Watt:  51

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