|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.2 x 2.6 x 6.3 inches|
|Item model number||433235|
|Style||60 Watt Equivalent Daylight|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
Philips 433235 60 Watt Equivalent SlimStyle A19 LED Light Bulb Daylight, Dimmable
|Price:||$18.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- This Philips 60 Watt equivalent consumes 10.5 watts of energy, saving you up to $136.13 in energy costs
- Sleek, flat design is ideal for use in wall sconces, table and floor lamps, open pendant or ceiling fixtures
- Extra long lifetime of 22.8 years - reduces the hassle of frequent replacement
- Safe for the environment and your home - durable design and mercury-free
- Dimmable and provides a natural light similar to daylight
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|Additional Features||Dimmable||Lasts 22.8 Years, Saves $136.13 in Energy Cost, Daylight, Replaces 60 Watt Indandescant Bulb, Underwriters Laboratory Listed||—||Dimmable, Damp rated, Warm light||Temperature: T-Case Maximum (Nom) 95 °C, Mechanical & Housing: Bulb Finish Frosted (FR), Nominal Lifetime 10,950 Hours, Color Code 850 [ CCT of 5000K (2)], Starting Time (Max) 0.5s, Correlated Color Temperature (Nom) 5000 K, Lamp Current (Nom) 135 mA||—|
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Slim Down Your Energy Costs with SlimStyle
Philips SlimStyle household LED not only uses less energy than traditional light sources, but also comes at an irresistible price. Use this 10.5-Watt LED to replace your standard 60-Watt incandescent bulb, and save up to $136.13 in energy costs over the life of the bulb. Its lower wattage uses 83 percent less energy than incandescent light bulbs, but with the same light quality. This modern, efficient LED alternative to incandescent will bring you savings for years to come.
Innovative Design, Irresistible Price
SlimStyle's unique and durable shape provides quality light at an affordable price. SlimStyle features a sleek and modern design while providing all-around light. It is an easy and efficient switch from standard bulbs and fits into medium base fixtures. Just by turning on the switch, your room is at full brightness with no slow starting or waiting. Use it with most dimmers to create your desired ambiance with a broad range of dimming. With soft white light, you can create a comfortable, inviting atmosphere within your home.
Energy-Efficient Replacement for Traditional Bulbs
You won't have to worry about the hassle of frequently replacing your light bulbs with SlimStyle's long lifetime of 22.8 years — lasting 96 percent longer than an incandescent. This is based off an average use of 3 hours per day, 7 days per week. Compare its life of 25,000 hours to an incandescent bulb that lasts less than one year, or around 1,000 hours.
Safe and Sustainable Alternative
SlimStyle's rugged design ensures durability and is safe for the environment and for your home. It not only reduces your energy costs, but has a durable design that is mercury-free and safe for your family to use. Since it emits no UV/IR light, it will not harm or fade your fabrics and furnishings. A simple switch can make a difference in your home and the environment.
Philips Family of LED Light Bulbs
The Philips family of LED light bulbs delivers huge energy savings from the brand you trust. Switching to high efficiency LED lighting can help reduce your electric bill, minimize maintenance costs all while preserving our environment. Philips LED provides increased life when compared to less-efficient incandescent light sources. They improve ambiance, energy-efficiency and comfort in your home while delivering performance you can count on.
Make a Statement with a Sleek New Look
The unique flat shape of the Philips SlimStyle LED allows it to be used anywhere a traditional A19 light bulb is used, without compromising light quality. It can be used in household applications including table and floor lamps, wall sconces, and open pendant fixtures. It is dimmable and can be used with most dimmers to create your desired ambiance.
- Use it for an impressive design statement and all-around light
- Slim shape fits in your existing medium base fixtures
- Experience a broad range of dimming
- Mercury-free and rugged design is ideal for homes with children
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Another important feature is that: this Slim Style bulb is significantly lighter than other 60W-equivalent LED bulbs I have tested (although it is still heavier than an incandescent bulb). That means I can use it in any hanging light fixture or goose-neck lamp, for examples, without worrying too much about its added weight.
The actual light source of this product consists of 26 tiny LEDs, placed around the fringe of the lollipop. At first I was skeptical that this arrangement can give out uniform illumination all round. But in actual application (when placed behind lamp shade, for example) the light it produces is close to omni-directional. Its color temperature is 2700K, same as that of most incandescent bulbs. Basically if you don't look at this LED bulb, you can't tell the difference between its light and that of a 60W A19 incandescent bulb.
The power consumption is 11W according to my P4460 Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor. Its power factor is PF=0.88 which is not bad, but below that of other Philips LED bulbs I have tested (for example, the Philips 429381 10.5-watt A19 LED Bulb measures 10W with PF=1.0), This gives me the impression that Philips may have designed the PFC (power factor correction) circuit to a lower standard in order to keep the cost down.
The only problem I have with this Philips bulb is that: it does not work well with traditional TRIAC dimmers designed for incandescent bulbs. The bulb emits a 120Hz buzzing sound, whether the dimmer is at minimum or maximum power. Thankfully, the noise is not as LOUD as that from the Cree 9.5-Watt Warm White Dimmable LED Light Bulb, but it is still easily noticeable in a quiet room. On the other hand, when used in an ordinary (non-dimmer controlled) light fixture, the Philips bulb is completely silent.
Even if noise is not a critical issue, the dimming range of this 'dimmable' bulb is too limited when compared to incandescent or other dimmable LED bulbs. With dimmer at minimum power, the Philips Slim Style still retains about 25% of its full brightness. In contrast, the Philips 432732 11W A19 LED Light Bulb is able to dim all the way down to a faint glow. See the comparison pictures I uploaded to 'Customer Images' section, and you'll notice the big difference.
Considering its low cost and innovative design, this Philips Slim Style LED 'bulb' is an excellent replacement for 60W incandescent bulbs. Unfortunately, I have to deduct one star from my rating because the product is prominently advertised as 'dimmable', but performs poorly when used in a dimmer-controlled light fixture.
On the package it says: "Not suitable for totally enclosed fixtures". The keyword here is "totally". I won't get too worried about using it in my enclosed ceiling lights. As long as the fixture is not air-tight, it should be fine.
[Update on May 29, 2014]
Just tried using the Philips SlimStyle bulb in my garage door opener and it works fine. Previously I tried the Cree 9.5-Watt LED Light Bulb, but the EMI (electromagnetic interference) from that bulb is so strong that it jams the remote's radio frequency. So once I opened the garage door and the LED bulb comes on, I can no longer close the door using the remote. None of those LED bulbs carry the 'FCC' logo on them.
Anyway, as you can see from the video this bulb does indeed dim, though massively less well than an incandescent (this is to be expected to some degree--CFLs and LEDs are often challenged with dimming).
Taking a picture of a bulb is tricky, even with a good camera (particularly if you don't really know how to use it well, like me!). When the bulb is fully dimmed the distinct LED bulbs that are placed in the periphery of the bulb are noticeable. On full strength they aren't.
As to be expected with the bulb's strange shape there will be a difference in light depending on angle. Although this is surely measurable I have to expect in day to day use it won't be of any relevance and the effect is surely not profound.
In the dimmable fixture shown here there was a dull buzzing sound from the bulb at both low and high strength. Contrast to the incandescent bulbs: they generate no sound at full strength and a very slight (less than this LED) sound at low strength. Moving the bulb to a non-dimmable fixture, it generated no sound I could detect, in positive contrast to a CFL it was replacing, which in the same fixture generated a slight sound. Again to be frank in all cases these noises are not going to be noticeable unless specifically listening for them or very close to the bulb.
Dimming aside, this bulb warms up instantly, more or less, generates a soft yellow light, and does not get hotter than "pretty warm"--you could wrap your hand around it for a long period without any burning (if you wanted to!).
Another member in the household who has seen this says it looks bad (the shape is definitely weird), but I can't ding it a star for that because anybody buying it knows it looks weird.
I AM dinging it a star for its dimming. Although I'd never use a bulb this funny looking in the fixture in my video, if I were to put five of these bulbs in it, even on low, it would still be brighter than I often want it. Further, though I think i can get used to the pancake look at full power, on dim the LEDs' individual pronounced appearance further detracts from aesthetics.
That said, I would buy another of these. $10 for a "60W equivalent" LED from a good brand is about as good as it gets today.
If you're wondering why the bulb looks this way, Philips designed it as such to help dissipate heat. Although LED bulbs don't get very hot, they are quite susceptible to heat damage, which is why they generally have a heat sink. This bulb's design allows a substantial amount of "yellow" light without the need for a heat sink, which is why it's so "inexpensive". I found this out by googling :)
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