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Pharox 300 Dimmable LED Bulb - 6 Watt Incandescent Replacement Bulb


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  • Environmentally Safe, No Lead, No Mercury, No UV!
  • Energy efficient: uses only 6 Watts
  • High light output: 330 Lumens
  • Warm, pleasant white light: 3000 K
  • Lasts 6 times longer than a CFL, 35 times longer than an incandescent
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Technical Details
Brand Pharox - Lemnis Lighting
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.2 x 2.5 x 2.4 inches
Item model numberPharox 300
Shape a-shape
Fixture Features dimmable
Wattage 6 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB003WSNV4E
Best Sellers Rank #177,308 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 ounces
Date First AvailableJuly 21, 2010
  
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  • dimmable

Product Description

An energy efficient lighting breakthrough! This Pharox is the first LED to offer comparable light quality to the traditional 60W light bulb. Based on a breakthrough technology, the Pharox is 90% more energy efficient than an incandescent and lasts up to 35 times longer, making it the most efficient in the market today. It uses only 6 Watts, fits into standard screw-in fittings, and is dimmable on most dimmers. Specifications: 6 Watts, Voltage 230 / 110 volt, CRI 85, Light output 360 lumen, Typical efficacy 60 lumens/Watt. CCT 2900 K Diameter 58 mm / 2.28 inches Height 119 mm / 4.70 inches

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Customer Reviews

I would recommend trying a different bulb.
Beabea
The light output from these bulbs is slightly less than a 60 Watt incandescent bulb, but definitely brighter than a 40 Watt bulb.
John Franklin
They have not yet returned my defective bulb.
D. Overend

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66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By High Planes Drifter on November 28, 2010
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I like these. I have tried several brands of different standard base LED replacement bulbs.

These are basically "flood lights" as they only project ~180 degrees. They are bright enough if they face in the direction you want, but they certainly can't replace an incandescent or CFL if you want light from the "lower" part of the bulb. I would not use them in these applications.

They dim well, although when very low (like when you think they are off, but they aren't) my wife can hear a buzz (from the bedside lamp). Maybe this is a good thing.

The color is only a little bit on the white side when compared to a standard incandescent, but not much. I have also tried the Pharox 300 Flame: I find these to be too far to the orange side for my purposes.

I have not tried the Pharox III so I cannot compare them.

If you find these work your application check out the Pharox website where you can get a better price on a multipack.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By AnnaB on December 3, 2010
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I am a huge fan of LEDs, and after replacing all my incandescents for environmental reasons, the bonus is my electric bill has gone down by a third. After purchasing multiple brands and watts of LEDs, and the Pharox 300 impresses me the most. The light is as warm and clear as an incandescent. That is truly amazing since most LEDs do give off a bluish white glow.
The one "down side" is that at 6 Watts, it really doesn't compare to a 60 Watt incandescent. It's eqivalent to perhaps a 45 or 50 Watt bulb. But, most LEDs on the market that truly give off 60 Watt light are at least 8 Watts and start at $40. So, the price is very reasonable.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Roy Urick on June 19, 2011
The Title of the ad equates this with a 60W incandescent. Based on the technical specs in the body of the ad it is patently false. To mimic a 60W incandescent bulb would require output of approximately 800 Lumens, using at least 12-13 Watts of energy. The tech specs for this bulb are only 330lm/6 Watts. So in reality it is less than a 30 watt equivalent!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Cooke on June 7, 2011
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I bought this to put in a lamp at my desk because my old incandescent was putting off way too much heat. It's a lot cooler, but still puts off some heat. I'd say 10-20%. I can deal with that. The problem is that the light is very, very yellow. I didn't expect this. If anything, I expected it to be *less* yellow than my previous bulb. Now to be fair, I'm used to using the white-coated incandescents (like GE's Reveal line). I use standard clear incandescents in nightlights and this is even a bit more yellow than those are. If you have ever used a yellow incandescent bug light (designed not to attract flying insects), it's comparable to that. Light output is significantly less than a traditional 60w incandescent, I'd say closer to a 40w. Not a big deal for me since I prefer dim light at my desk, though certainly worth a mention. Some other points to note: it comes on instantly, and doesn't make any buzzing sounds.

I'm not sure I'm going to be keeping it. I may end up trying some other options.

Heat: Some warmth, but much better than incandescent
Light output: About 1/3-1/4 less than advertised
Color: Way too yellow

*** UPDATE ***

It turns I, like others, received the "FLAME" edition of this bulb. Which is designed to be orange/yellow. There seems to be a problem with inventory. Be sure to check the canister the bulb comes in as soon as you receive yours. I will update again if I decide to reorder (I'm worried I'll get the same color again).
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bill Steinmetz on April 7, 2011
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Lemmis did not ship well, the bulbs were lucky they arrived intact and workable. One bulb had escaped from its package and was rattling around in the cardboard box which itself was crushed and about to come apart. Come on guys, you can do better!

LED bulbs save an incredible amount of energy. Pharox is known for some inconsistencies, humming, inconsistent flickering, non uniformity of color temperature between bulbs.

If you can live with this new technology in order to save energy, they are a good deal.

We are starting to see cheaper LEDs in Home Depot and Lowes now, this is a good thing and may be a better place to start. At least your initial outlay is not soo high.

This is a relatively new product, and I am not sure the manufacturing bugs have all been worked out to come up with a stable consistent product.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By LBL on January 21, 2011
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I'm not a lighting expert by a far cry: this is just a review by a layperson looking for decent sustainable lighting. I'm still in the progress of transitioning, so the fixture in my room contains two incandescents, a CFL, and the new LED. After reading complaints that LEDs light unevenly, slowly, and dimly, I was pleased to find it turned on immediately, was evenly lighting (it looks just like an incandescent, really), and seemed about as bright. I'm getting spotty vision looking at these bulbs, but here's all I really notice: the LED looks a little bluish while the incandescents and CFL look a little more orange. The CFL is brighter than both other forms, but only when looking right at it. All in all, the globe LED resembles an incandescent (60 watt); and if it actually works for 25 years, I'll be perfectly fine with the price.
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