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SWITCH Lighting A260FUS27B1-R infinia A19 10 Watt (60-Watt Replacement) 800 Lumens LED Light Bulb, Soft White (2700K), Dimmable

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60-Watt
  • Stunning visual design that looks as good off as it does on, all within the standard A-form factor
  • Liquid cooling that is up to 40% more efficient than standard air-cooled lamps
  • Instant on, operates in any orientation and with a wide variety of fixtures, including recessed and fully enclosed applications
  • Industry Leading Lifetime Warranty
  • Can be used with a wide variety of dimmers
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Product Information

Style Name: 60-Watt
Technical Details
Part Number A260FUS27B1-R
Item Weight6.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.4 x 2.4 x 2.4 inches
OriginThailand
Item model numberA260FUS27B1-R
Size60-Watt
Color83
Style60-Watt
ShapePear
Voltage120 volts
Wattage10 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Luminous Flux800
CertificationUL Listed
Special FeaturesLifetime residential warranty for original purchaser
UsageGeneral purpose
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00EZE6SE4
Best Sellers Rank #140,119 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 5, 2013
  
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Technical Details

Style: 60-Watt
  • Lifetime residential warranty for original purchaser

Product Description

Style: 60-Watt

Infinia is SWITCH's newest LED A-lamp bulb designed to replace every incandescent and CFL in your home or business. SWITCH Infinia works base-down, base-up, sideways and in enclosed fixtures-even in damp locations-with no compromise in performance or lifetime. And, infinia provides a full radiance of light in all directions. Infinia cuts energy costs by up to 85%, lasts 20 times longer and comes with a 10-year residential warranty or 3-year commercial warranty.

Important Information

Brightness
800

Annual Energy cost
1.2 USD

Color Temperature
2700 Kelvin

Wattage
10 Watts

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very good natural looking light.
WB
I've tried a few LED bulbs over the past few months, including GE and Philips, and this is definitely the best for three reasons.
Nerdtron51
Anyway... color of the light is nice and warm.
Lion

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Edward on December 10, 2013
Style Name: 60-Watt Verified Purchase
I have always been drawn to the original SWITCH bulbs because they look so cool, but have only bought one because 1) they're way more expensive than other options and 2) they're pretty darned heavy...too heavy for comfort in my ceiling fixtures. Lately I've been replacing the lights in some easier to reach enclosures with the Cree 40W bulbs, but I'm a little nervous putting them in the hard to reach fixtures since they're not really rated for them. Then along comes the infinia bulb...it's half the weight of the earlier SWITCH bulbs, and a quarter of the price. I just replaced two 10W (40W equiv) CFL bulbs in the bathroom with 2 10W (60W equiv) infinias. It really looks awesome. To me, the light seems whiter than the Cree bulbs, but yellower than the most recent Philips bulbs. The lights come on instantly at full brightness, as you'd expect. I'll likely finish off the rest of my easy to reach enclosures with the Cree bulbs since they're heavily subsidized by my local utility company, but I'd really rather use these. I will be buying more for my glass outdoor enclosures since these lights don't suffer the weird black spot at the top like the Cree bulbs do, plus they're rated for damp locations.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Matt in Seattle on March 28, 2014
Style Name: 60-Watt Verified Purchase
I bought a bunch of these in January of this year to replace several, older bulbs in our house. We wanted to reduce our power usage but still have the look of regular incandescent lights. We are very happy with them, the have the right "warm" color we want and there's almost no delay when turning them on.

The other day we noticed a small 2 inch puddle of what we thought was water in our entryway. We wiped it up and didn't think about it again, until the next day when the exact same puddle was back in the same place. I looked up and the puddle was directly underneath an enclosed light fixture. That's when I remembered that these bulbs have a cooling fluid in them. I took the fixture apart and sure enough, it was one of the bulbs leaking some sort of oil from where the glass part meets the white plastic base (it feels like caster oil which makes sense because it won't conduct electricity). I thought the cooling fluid only circulated around the electronics in the base but actually the entire globe of the bulb is filled with oil. It was actually funny when I told some co-workers that I had to replace a light bulb because it was leaking.

I can't find anything online about others having this issue so either I just got a fluke (fingers crossed) or there are others that are leaking but people just haven't noticed it yet. The light continued to work as normal while this was happening so if people have an enclosed fixture that doesn't have a hole at the bottom and instead just catches the oil, they may not notice it right away.

Otherwise we are very happy with them so far.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Janet Smith on November 20, 2013
Style Name: 60-Watt
I agree with the reviewer who said it's a bit whiter than an incandescent but in a pleasant way. Not harsh at all. If you want a brighter white, go with a bulb that's at least 3000K. And this bulb has a feature most other leds don't. You can use it in enclosed fixtures. About time! Try that with a CFL or most other LEDS. If you're new to LEDs, you'll find it's definitely heavier than an incandescent so keep that in mind if weight is an issue. I have no complaints. It fills the room with light from my ceiling fixture just fine. Shop around. You may be able to find it at a better price. Got mine for $13.95 a piece from another merchant. And for not having to get on a ladder to change bulbs in a much used fixture year after year, I'd say I'm quite satisfied.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Gates on November 4, 2014
Style Name: 40-Watt
Be aware that SWITCH has gone out of business and is not honoring their 5 year guarantee. I found out the hard way after my SWITCH 75W A19 bulb suddenly failed after almost a year in service. Up to that time it worked fine. Now I am worried that my other SWITCH light bulbs will not last long enough to pay for themselves. I am thinking that it would be wise to only purchase from established manufacturers that will be around to honor the multi-year guarantees which typically accompany LED bulbs.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By vinnie97 on November 22, 2013
Style Name: 40-Watt
Very pleased with these bulbs. Xledia was the only outfit making semi-affordable LED bulbs rated for enclosed fixtures prior to Switch unleashing their Infinia brand. Better yet, not only are these omnidirectional but they are also priced quite a bit lower (if you know where to look. Hint: The Amazon marketplace seller stocking these has its own store on the web). On top of that, Switch has upgraded their warranty length to lifetime. What's not to love?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MCC on February 24, 2014
Style Name: 60-Watt Verified Purchase
I bought two for my office but they ended up in the laundry area.

Why? Well, I purchased them after being very pleased with the quality and brightness of light provided by two Philips 11W (trumpet shaped) LED bulbs installed there. The problem is that they can't be used in the enclosed fixture I tried them in. I have a decent number of them and they do very well where I have them installed.

In go the Switch bulbs. And... they just didn't do it for me. They're dimmer than expected for only losing 60lm rated brightness. They're also more yellow than the already yellow Philips bulbs. Too much so.

After trying them in a couple other places, I settled on the laundry area. I keep my tea and basic ingredients there- it's just off the kitchen. So the lights there are frequently flipped on and off and CFLs can't keep up. The Infinia does brilliantly well there, easily outpacing the 1200lm CFLs they replaced due to their instant-on nature. I would still prefer a higher color temp but they'll do fine.

Everyone has their preferences and I'm sure many will love these everywhere they currently have 60W or equivalent bulbs. I believe there are better alternatives for open fixtures though, such as the Philips mentioned above.

Cree also makes an enclosed fixture capable bulb, although they aren't as sure about it as Switch is. Why didn't I try it?

My opinion is that the Infinia will have less color shift and brightness degradation than the Cree due to the liquid cooling. The Infinia also has a higher temperature rated electrolytic capacitor to smooth the 120Hz ripple in the light output, a common failure point of any electronic hardware. Finally, the Infinia has the added expense of thermal potting compound around the driver circuit.
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