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G7 Power Vintage A19 LED Light Bulb 500 Lumen Warm White Light 2700K 3.6-Watt, 40-Watt Replacement


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  • Traditional filament look, warm incandescent-like light
  • 500 Lumen, 2675K CCT, 80 CRI, 3.6 Watts, 120 VAC
  • A19 Size, 2.36" diameter x 4.25" length, 360 degree light distribution
  • 35,000 hour life, No Mercury, No UV, No hum, no flicker
  • Glass, plastic and aluminum construction, non-dimmable
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions4.2 x 2.4 x 2.4 inches
Item model numberG7A193627
SizeA19
MaterialGlass
ShapeStandard
Power SourceAC
Voltage120 volts
Wattage3.6
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Luminous Flux500
Special FeaturesUnique Vintage Style A19, ABS fireretardent housing, Unique LED chip technology
Warranty Description5-Year Limited
  
Additional Information
ASINB00GIOXBBM
Best Sellers Rank #128,242 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 7, 2013
  
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Technical Details

  • Unique Vintage Style A19
  • ABS fireretardent housing
  • Unique LED chip technology

Product Description

G7 Power introduces Vintage, the LED bulb with the traditional look. LED filaments give off warm, incandescent-like light over 360 degrees. This bulb is perfect for homes, restaurants, bars and places where classic style and appearance matters. At only 3.6 Watts, this bulb has redefined efficiency, even in LED terms. Questions and comments are welcome at supportatg7power.com.

Important Information

Brightness
500

Annual Energy cost
0.5 USD

Color Temperature
2700 Kelvin

Wattage
3.6

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

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Nice warm light color.
NIck
This LOOKS like an incandescent bulb, but is thoroughly an LED light.
Stephen Lerch
These are the best looking LED light bulbs I've seen to date.
Eric Thill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By jjceo #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on December 26, 2013
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LED light bulbs just keep getting better and better and G7 is the leader in making the best bulbs available. This bulb is simply amazing as it puts out the same light, (in my opinion more), as a 40 watt incandescent light bulb and it only consumes 3.6 watts of power. That is a savings of over 90 % of the energy cost. Get rid of the light bulb design that was done 116 years ago and move into the modern technology of the LED bulb. You will not be sorry! This is a quantum leap in lighting technology!

In addition the bulb comes with a 5 year warranty but the life of the bulb is 35,000 hours which is 31.9 years of life when you use it 3 hours per day. Think of the money you save in the price of replacement bulbs and also the work you save for not having to replace the bulbs every 3 to 5 months.

This bulb is rated for indoor use but I have a bulb over the front porch in a closed lantern that needed to be replaced. I took this bulb outside and put it in the lantern. I have to change the incandescent bulbs every 3 months and it takes a stepladder and a screwdriver and time to do this. I will tell you if there is a problem. This bulb only weighs 1 and ¼ ounces. You should note that this bulb is non dimmable.

What I like about this bulb is that the bulb draws so little power that after 10 minutes of being on I can lay my hand onto the bulb and it is only slightly above room temperature. It is really cool to the touch. I show this in my video as well as the bulb plugged into a watt meter to show the watts consumed and the power factor.

This bulb does not emit UV light, it does not contain mercury like a compact Fluorescent light and it does not hum or flicker. This is a five star product and I recommend tit

I was supplied a sample of the product for test and evaluation and I promised to provide a fair and honest review.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Slawomir Stepniewski on April 4, 2014
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This is the most beautifully engineered LED light bulb to date. The "vintage" name may suggest something old-fashion but in my view the design of the filament is revolutionary. All the electronics is hidden inside the screw base and is almost not visible. A wasteful aluminum die cast was totally eliminated.

The G7 bulb produces slightly more yellowish light than the Cree 6W warm white bulb (2700K color temperature). The G7 bulb is dimmer in comparison to the Cree product and the latter is rated 450 lumens (75 lm/W). I noticed that on alibaba dot com, several Chinese manufacturers offer very similar light bulbs claiming between 90 and 120 lm/W lamp efficiency so this would be 120*3.6=432 lm max. The G7 claim goes even higher, 138 lm/W (138*3.6=497 lm total). I am a bit skeptical about this result.

I could not measure the light output of the G7 lamp but kill-a-watt showed me varying 3.4-4.0 W power consumption and 0.41-0.46 power factor. The ENERGY STAR program requires that solid state light bulbs of less than 5 W should have power factor greater or equal 0.7 (1.0 is the best). Low PF suggests distorted current or phase shift between voltage and current. So there is still some room for improvement for this product.

The G7 light bulbs appear to be built with much better quality control and the manufacturing process than Cree bulbs. I bought ten G7 light bulbs and only one had a minor glass defect - all the others were perfect. Cree defects were numerous: a plastic chip rattling inside, wobbling base, dust embedded in the silicon coating of the glass globe, glass globe tilted, epoxy overflows. I exchanged some Cree bulbs at Home Depot but occasionally the replacement was worse than the original so I gave up on finding the perfect set.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Lerch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 16, 2013
So how can a person describe a light bulb as beautiful? You wouldn't call the curly CFL beautiful. You wouldn't call it pretty. You wouldn't even call it cute.

What G7 have done with this bulb is to give us a bulb that is a throw back to the original light bulb designs, with filament and so on. And they've done it with today's technology, that is, LED lighting. This LOOKS like an incandescent bulb, but is thoroughly an LED light.

The only problem I have is that the bulb is so beautifully and interestingly designed that it's almost a shame to put it in a fixture with a shade. At a 40 W equivalent though, you don't want to find yourself staring at this thing for long.

In terms of the price, yes, all LED bulbs are expensive up front.

If you do the math, over time you save quite a bit over incandescents with a bulb like this.

35,000 hour life expectancy of an LED
2000 hour life expectancy of an incandescent

That means you would need 18 incandescent bulbs to match one of these LEDs. 18 bulbs (rounded up because you can't buy 1/2 a bulb), at $.35 each is $6.35 for 35000 hours worth of incandescent bulbs.

Looking at just materials, yes, the incandescent is less expensive, by about 3x.

But when you do the calculations for power consumption, the story changes.

35000 hours, at 4 W (rounded up from 3.6) = 140 Kw used (LED)
35000 hours at 40 W = 1400 (incandescent)

The incandescent, at $.16 per Kwh = $224, then add on the $6.35 and you have a life time cost for incandescent bulbs of $230.35.

For the LED, you are looking at... $22.40 in electricity costs. Then you add on the roughly $20 for the LED bulb itself, and you come to $42.40. That would be a 5.
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