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100W Equivalent Soft White (2700K ) A21 Household Dimmable LED Light Bulb (E*)-DISCONTINUED

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Philips 22-Watt (100-Watt) A21 LED Light Bulb is ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms and hallways. The orange appearance of the lens is a result of Philips patented color technology. When lit, this bulb produces a beautiful, soft white light similar to incandescent. The unique shape of this bulb enables its long life, comfortable light and energy saving benefits. Fully dimmable, this medium base A21 replaces your current 100-Watt incandescent A21.

  • Brightness: 1780 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $2.65 (based on a 3 hrs per day, 11c/kwh. costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours per day)
  • Light appearance: 2700k (bright white)
  • Energy used: 22 Watt
  • Lumens per Watt: 80.9
  • When lit, this bulb produces a beautiful, soft white light similar to incandescent
  • Fully dimmable, this medium base A21 replaces your current 100-Watt incandescent A21
  • Ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms and hallways
  • A21 bulb shape, medium base
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for energy star ratings

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what is the CRI (color rating index)?

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September 4, 2013
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I have seen 80 CRI mentioned for this product elsewhere.
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LED A Shape
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Bulb characteristics
Base: Medium
Dimmable: Yes
Shape: Standard
Type: A19
Bulb dimensions
Height: 8.11 inch
Width: 4.49 inch
Durability
Average life (at 2.7 hrs/day): 22 year(s)
Lifetime of lamp: 25000 hour(s)
Light characteristics
Color
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LED A Shape
22W (100W), Medium base (E26), Soft White 046677424435
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Bulb characteristics
Base: Medium
Dimmable: Yes
Shape: Standard
Type: A19
Bulb dimensions
Height: 8.11 inch
Width: 4.49 inch
Durability
Average life (at 2.7 hrs/day): 22 year(s)
Lifetime of lamp: 25000 hour(s)
Light characteristics
Color temperature: 2700 K
Colour rendering index (CRI): 80
Light output: 1780 lumen
Power consumption
Wattage: 22 W
Wattage equivalent: 100 W
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July 20, 2013
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I don't know the color RENDERING index for this bulb, but the color is very comparable to incandescent and very pleasing to the eye. My wife approved of it for use in the bathroom where she applies make-up.
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May 29, 2013
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The CRI is listed as 80 or 81 depending on where you look online. It is a "yellow" light (2700k), just like a traditional light bulb - great for living rooms / bedrooms. I prefer 3000k or a little higher for kitchens and bathrooms.
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The Philips 22-Watt (100W) A21 Household Soft White (2700K) Dimmable LED Light Bulb (E*) has a CRI of 80.
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2700K which is indistinguishable from the rest of my incandescents. I really like these bulbs and have had 4 for over 18 months before buying the last ones.
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how many lumens?

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Package says 1780 lumens.
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Answer: 
LED A Shape
22W (100W), Medium base (E26), Soft White 046677424435
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Overview Specifications Reviews Support
Technical specifications
Print this page
Bulb characteristics
Base: Medium
Dimmable: Yes
Shape: Standard
Type: A19
Bulb dimensions
Height: 8.11 inch
Width: 4.49 inch
Durability
Average life (at 2.7 hrs/day): 22 year(s)
Lifetime of lamp: 25000 hour(s)
Light characteristics
Color
Read More
LED A Shape
22W (100W), Medium base (E26), Soft White 046677424435
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Overview Specifications Reviews Support
Technical specifications
Print this page
Bulb characteristics
Base: Medium
Dimmable: Yes
Shape: Standard
Type: A19
Bulb dimensions
Height: 8.11 inch
Width: 4.49 inch
Durability
Average life (at 2.7 hrs/day): 22 year(s)
Lifetime of lamp: 25000 hour(s)
Light characteristics
Color temperature: 2700 K
Colour rendering index (CRI): 80
Light output: 1780 lumen
Power consumption
Wattage: 22 W
Wattage equivalent: 100 W
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If a 100W incandescent is 1000 lumens, this is probably 1150 to 1200 by appearance. It may be that it has more blue and a bit less red hue making its 1000 lumens look brighter. My wife liked the hue for make-up application.
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1200
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Hi Willhe, the 22-Watt (100W) A21 Household Dimmable LED bulb has 1780 lumens.
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Dimensions?

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> Type: A19
> Bulb dimensions
> Height: 8.11 inch
> Width: 4.49 inch

8.11 inches is a lot longer than other A19 bulbs I'm aware of. Most A19 bulbs are approx. 4.5 inches long. Does anyone know the correct dimensions?
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Hello, The dimensions of this LED bulb do need an adjustment.But rather than an A19 bulb shape, this bulb is an A21 shape. This basically means a longer height or MOL ( maximum overall length). The dimmensions are: Height: 4.2 inch, Width: 2.3 inch. We will update those dimmensions accordingly online.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 46 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent 100 W replacement This bulb is similar to the other Philips EnduraLED bulbs. It has 4 LED panels with orange remote phosphors instead of the 3 panels on the other bulbs. The rated lumens suggested it is brighter than the other 100 W equivalent LED bulbs on the market. Of the various bulbs I have tried, my favorite is the Philips L-prize bulb. That bulb is more efficient than the other Philips models and offers better color rendition. Overall, this bulb offers a nice light quality and appears quite natural. The A21 size fits in the fixture I selected with this bulb in mind without problems. February 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Instant on, dimmable, excellent color, very good brightness. I purchased this to replace a dimmable compact fluorescent that took a long time to warm up to its full brightness. This LED bulb comes on instantly at full brightness (brighter than the CFL). The A21 size was not an issue in the floor lamp; in fact, it was more compact than the prior CFL. I am very pleased. I just wish that the price were lower. April 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far a bright idea! My wife wanted something bright and dimmable in our bedroom next to the bed. I had a 100 watt incandescent bulb in the fixture and saw this led which is the brightest I could find so I bought it. She is happy with it and wanted me to get a couple more! I know the price is steep but if it lasts as long as they claim, it may be worth it. It is definitely better than the spiral CFL bulbs! August 13, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bright as advertised, still expensive I bought 2 of these Philips LED 100W equivalent bulbs to place in bedside lamps that had max ratings of 60w. These deliver in that they are instant on and much brighter than the 60W equivalent CFL's I had in my lamps prior. I would say that they are even brighter than the 100W CFL's I have in a ceiling lamp. I don't have them on a dimmer so I can't comment on that feature. A little too expensive to decorate your house with these and my lamp shades hide the odd looking bulbs so they work in certain instances. These are larger than the standard A19 so I would bring one with you to the store if you plan on buying a new fixture. April 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Goodbye CFL I have a large unheated shop in Minnesota where the temps drop well below freezing. For years I have used 200W and 300W equivalent CFL bulbs, but have always hated how long they take to warm up and reach full brightness. The CFLs also seem to have a much shorter lifespan than the manufacturers packaging suggests. Even at 0 degrees F, the Philips bulb comes on instantly with full brightness. It is impressively bright and appears to outshine the supposed 200W equivalent CFL bulbs that are consuming twice as much power in my shop. I am never buying another CFL again and will be converting the rest of my bulbs to LED. January 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT light, but one out of six failed and was returned --- Great light -- 100w equivalent for just 22 watts; better light than CFLs. I was able to put these in wall sconces that have a 60-watt limit, and get more light from them without adding more lights to each room! They are larger and heavier than ordinary lights, so may not work in all fixtures, but I had no problem. They also cannot be used in completely enclosed fixtures, per manufacturer. One out of six lightbulbs failed in the first week (it flickered), and was returned. The others had no problems, and hopefully will work for the 22 years claimed by the manufacturer! Overall, a great bulb! April 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Light Indistinguishable from a 100w Incandescent Actually it's brighter! ...and 1/5th the power consumption. As you dim it, the color does not get warmer like an incandescent. This bulb is still quite expensive at $50. This is used in a fixture that is on at least 8 hours a day, in a highly visible location, so I expect a fairly quick payback. It is quite a bit larger than an incandescent and a lot heavier, but mine is an open topped hanging globe where it doesn't matter. I'll need a better dimmer. I've been waiting years for a 100w equivalent LED and this is very good. I'm pleased. But I hope Philips will come out with an "L-prize" version. December 10, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really is a 100 Watt replacement This light really is a 100 watt replacement. It is just as bright as a regular 100 watt bulb, and noticeably brighter than the 100 watt Reveal bulb I replaced. It is wider than a standard light bulb. I had to take the harp off the lamp, screw in the bulb, and then put the harp / lampshade back on - just barely fit. The color is great, you can't tell it's an LED if you can't see the bare bulb. I liked it so much I just ordered another. That will probably be my limit though, because at the current price you really have to put it in places where the light is on 3+ hours a day to get a return on your investment. Lights that are only used sparingly can wait for LED prices to come down before I replace those bulbs. December 12, 2012
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