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LED A19 Lamp - 13 Watt, 1600 lumens (100W eqv)

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These LEDs are sold in increments of 4.

Limit of 50 lighting product rebates per customer, per year

A dimmable, instant-on LED at a great value. Suits bathrooms, patio fixtures and lamps—without casting a shadow underneath. Thanks to smart engineering, our durable LED delivers long-term performance and uses only a fraction of the energy that an incandescent would. You can save energy and money while enjoying a warm, natural-feeling light. 25,000-hour life.

These dimmable A19 bulbs:

  • Deliver 1600 lumens
  • Deliver wide-reaching rays, thanks to a 220° beam angle
  • Withstand damp conditions, indoors and outdoors
  • Shine 15x longer than—and offers 80% energy savings over—comparable incandescents
  • Work in ceiling lights, decorative fixtures and even entirely enclosed fixtures (without overheating them)
  • Fit E26 existing sockets
  • Are available in a 2700K color temperature

 

Product Warranty: 5 years

 


How’s color temperature measured?

Color temperature is expressed in kelvin (using the abbreviation “K”), a unit of measure for absolute temperature. When the color temperature is over 5000 K, it’s referred to as "cool-colored" (bluish-white). Lower color temperatures (2700–3000 K) are called "warm-colored" (yellowish-white through red).

These bulbs are available in 2700K.

 

Color Temp Graphic 2700K 2019

What’s a lumen?

A light’s brightness is measured in lumens (abbreviated as “lm”). If a light bulb is super bright, it produces a lot of lumens. Because LED lighting delivers more lumens per watt of electricity, LEDs are a more efficient light source than incandescent bulbs.

These bulbs deliver 1600 lumens.

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Lifetime hours

This bulb is about 60 percent more efficient than a standard 10,000 hour fluorescent bulb. 

LED Energy Savings Graphic AverageLifetimeHours

 


Want to learn more?

View lighting guide

 


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