|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||III 6 Watt|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||300 lm|
Pharox III DIMMABLE LED 6 Watt LED Light Bulb - 60 Watt Incandescent Replacement Bulb
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This Pharox bulb from Lemnis Lighting offers light quality comparable to that of a traditional 60W light bulb. The Pharox bulb is 90% more energy efficient than an incandescent bulb, and is based on a breakthrough and patented technology that opens the lighting market to LED technology. The warm white lamp sheds a warm white sunset golden color, ideal for creating a warm atmosphere. This bulb is also dimmable. This light works wonderfully well for reading lights and table lamps.
Comparable to a 60 watt light
* Voltage: 110VAC * Color: Warm White * Color Temp: 3000K Warm White * Beam Angle: 320 degrees * Avg. Life: 50,000 hours * Lens types: Frosted
Top Customer Reviews
This is by far the warmest, brightest, and most omnidirectional of the bunch.
If you buy LED bulbs to replace your standard ones, you know that these three qualities are very hard to find in this market.
Expensive as it may be, this one simply blows anything else I've tried away.
The one exception to what I've said in this review is that there are a few "floodlight" style bulbs that are brighter than this one, but not in a pleasant warm color like this, not omnidirectional like this one and none of them that I have seen fit into standard inexpensive lamp housings.
I haven't even tried out the dimming feature, as this is one of very few LED bulbs to offer the ability to use a dimmer switch.
I haven't heard any humming or noise of any kind, even with my ear pressed against the bulb (yes you can do that, it's that cool and efficient) but I can't speak to the possibility that it might make some noise while being dimmed. Most dimmable bulbs do make some noise when being dimmed, and I'm referring here to both compact florescent bulbs and the old hot burning incandescent bulbs, although often the "noise" can only be heard when it is picked up as buzzing or humming RF radio signals on amplified speakers plugged into the same circuit.
Yes I love this LED bulb, and no, I have nothing to do with this company, hopefully they are not too evil, because this is a pretty effusive review, but I've spent too much money on LED bulbs that are too dim, too cold looking, or too unidirectional to be useful for everyday household applications. They make great close up worklights and flashlights but most are not great roomlights or even lamplights.Read more ›
When dimmed, there is a humming noise, not loud but noticable. I don't know if this happens with all dimmers or not. Also when dimming, the color is not the same as other incandescents, but it is acceptable. Yes, the base is warm, but not nearly as hot as an incandescents.
This is the best LED bulb I have seen so far.
The only reason I rated it a "4" was due to the humming noise at some (but not all) dimming positions.
I waited six months to write the [first part of this] review [and another six months to update it. The bulb has not performed well after a year of use]. The price point of these bulbs and the decent amount of light that comes our of them was pretty exciting.
While six months is long from the payback period needed in terms of lower usage cost and bulb longevity, here's how they've performed so far, after six months [or after a year if in brackets].
They dim well. At first, it was great performance, now there is a slight buzz when dimmed upward to less than about 60% of power. [After a year, the buzzing has increased noticeably and now the lights flicker and blink if dimmed below 60% power.] What that means is they are not as likely to buzz if they are turned 100% ON, then dimmed down to 35% [75%], but they are likely to buzz if raised from OFF directly to 35%. [They now buzz if dimmed down from 100% to less than 60%]
I placed two of these into an eight bulb chandelier with six, standard incandescent bulb that are 60W. They are not as bright as 60W incandescents, but they are brighter than 40W incandescents. What is most noticeable is that they are much more green and give a greener light than the warmer incandescents. Everyone notices that the two end bulbs are different. Everyone. [I had to remove these because they were flickering and blinking.]
This is not a bad bulb and would be good for the right application, but it's too green for living areas that normally enjoy warm halogen or incandescent light.
[Less] Glad I bought them. [But] Will hope for improvements in light quality and cost in 2011.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been trying to get support on a dead Pharox bulb for weeks now. Their website has been messed up the entire time. You'd think it would have been fixed by now. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lantana Al
I bought 3 to install in a track light system. The light that each gives off is slightly different.Published 19 months ago by gtt
This bulb was great until it died after a month. It simply blinks once a second now, which probably is an error code for something but there is no info on the manufacturer's... Read morePublished on January 2, 2014 by R590
Worked fine while it worked. But it didn't work as long as I was expecting. I don't remember when I bought it (since I bought it in an actual store so don't have an order history... Read morePublished on December 15, 2013 by Stewart Alsop
When I bought this, I read that it was a warm white. I have learned to read the exact temp listed, because this is a 3000K bulb, which is more cold than I would like (I prefer... Read morePublished on December 24, 2012 by JTD
Some units blink after a time. Home Depot now sells similar units for $22 but I did have one of those fail completely which was returned for refund or replacement. Read morePublished on November 29, 2012 by Bill Steinmetz
I bought four Pharox brand LED bulbs. The light output of these LED bulbs is not equal to the 60W bulbs incandescent bulbs that I replaced with these LED bulbs. Read morePublished on November 21, 2012 by Amazon Customer
LED lights now days are very expensive !
This is a great cost and great light to get !
I sure recommend !
I was considering this bulb, but it uses only 6 watts, which doesn't seem to be nearly enough to support the 850 lumens of a 60-watt bulb. Read morePublished on February 11, 2012 by RM