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LED Light Bulbs - 60 Watt Equal - A19

 
750 Lumens - LED A19 - 9 Watt - 60W Equal - 4000 Kelvin - Cool White - Medium Base - 120 Volt - PLT-11489


PLT-11489

$1.00 ea.

PLT-11489

750 Lumens - LED A19 - 9 Watt - 60W Equal - 4000 Kelvin - Cool White - Medium Base - 120 Volt - PLT-11515


PLT-11515

750 Lumens - LED A19 - 9 Watt - 60W Equal - 4000 Kelvin
Cool White - Medium Base - 120 Volt - PLT-11515
  • Dimmable: Yes
  • Safety Rating: UL Damp Location
  • CRI: 80
  • LPW: 83

  • Enclosed Fixture Rated: Yes
  • Voltage: 120
  • Base Type: Medium (E26)
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$1.17 ea.

PLT-11515

LED Light Bulbs - 60 Watt Equal

With an efficiency up to 80% higher than similar output incandescents, it is certainly safe to say that LED light bulbs like the 60-watt equivalent use less energy than similar incandescent bulbs. You can be sure this is the case thanks to the "60 Watt Equal" in the bulb's name. This description is included because although these bulbs typically consume between just 8 and 13 watts of energy, they produce as much light as a 60-watt incandescent bulb. This information helps buyers gauge how bright a given bulb will be. From reading lamps to desk lamps and wall lighting, these 60-watt equivalent bulbs are great for many different household applications.

It's also important to know what Kelvin color temperature you want the light output to be. Learn more with our interactive guide for color temperature. Warmer, yellow light is a low Kelvin number, around 2700 to match the light output from incandescent bulbs. Higher Kelvin numbers give off a cooler blue light that is better suited for task lighting such as reading lamps and under cabinet lighting.