Dimmable LED - 10 Watt - A19 - 60 Watt Equal

800 Lumens - 2700K Warm White - 120 Volt - Satco S9007

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Dimmable LED - 10 Watt - A19 - 60 Watt Equal

800 Lumens - 2700K Warm White - 120 Volt - Satco S9007

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Payback on Investment

The Satco S9007 dimmable 10-watt LED lamp is the perfect alternative to high-energy cost incandescent bulbs. Great for residential and commercial application, this 10-watt A19 LED has a 180-degree beam that evenly distributes 800 lumens with a warm white color temperature of 2700K. The A19 bulb shape and E26 base make it nearly identical to standard home lights but for a fraction of the energy. With a life-hour rating of 25,000 hours, this lamp will outlast any 60-watt incandescent and it comes with a 3-year limited warranty. For reading lamps, ceiling fans, or entryway lighting, the S9007 is the perfect fit.

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Brochures & Spec Sheets


Stock Code:SATCO-S9007
Part No.:S9007
Bulb Shape:A19
Base Type:Medium (E26)
Color:Warm White
Width:2.36 in.
Life Hours:25,000
Lumens Per Watt:80
Case Quantity:12
Order Code:10A19/LED /2700K /800L /120V /D
Wattage:10 Watt
Beam Angle:180 Degree
Bulb Type:LED
Color Temperature:2700 Kelvin
Length:4.25 in.
Incandescent Equal:60 Watt
Lumens (Initial):800
Warranty:3 Years

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good incandescent replacement I replaced the 60W clear incandescents in my bathroom fixtures with these bulbs and I like them. It says they are 2700K, but they are slightly whiter than incandescents, which is why I gave it 4 stars. They're not 3000K white, but somewhere between 2700K and 3000K. They are also brighter than a 60W incandescent, but I have a dimmer so I just compensate for that.. FYI, I had to switch to a LED dimmer since my old incandescent dimmer wouldn't work with LEDs. That is a dimmer problem, not a light problem. My old dimmer actually says 'for incandescent lights only' on it. If you have a dimmer and you get flickering with LED bulbs, check your dimmer first before you blame the light bulb. January 5, 2014
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