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Philips 60W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) A19 LED Light Bulb (4-Pack)
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60W Equivalent Bright White (3000K) A19 LED Light Bulb (4-Pack)

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Philips Energy Saving LED 10.5-Watt A19 household bulb is ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms and hallways. It provides a bright, white light creating a relaxing and comfortable environment. This medium base A19 replaces your current 60-Watt incandescent A19, saving you up to $136.25 in energy costs. Philips Energy Saving LED A19 household bulb can be used in table and floor lamps, pendant fixtures and ceiling fixtures.

  • Brightness: 800 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.26 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 18.3 years (Based on 3 hours per day)
  • Light appearance: 3000K (bright white)
  • Energy Used: 10.5-Watts (equivalent to a 60-Watt standard light bulb.)
  • Lumens per Watt: 76.2
  • Uses 83% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Ideal for use in table and floor lamps, pendant fixtures and ceiling fixtures
  • Contains Mercury: No

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Can this bulb be used in an enclosed ceiling fixture provided the correct wattage equivilent is used and no other type bulb is used with it?

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March 13, 2014
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The instructions say not to use in an in closed fixture due to heat buildup.
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March 11, 2014
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I used this bulb in my ceiling fan and it runs at very low heat. I don't see any reason you can't install it in any enclosed fixture. I have 2 outside in my fixtures and they are running fine.
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February 11, 2014
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NO, cannot be used in ANY enclosed light fixture, no matter what wattage is
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February 4, 2014
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Well, unfortunately, the answer is maybe. LED bulbs are solid state devices, and like all solid state devices, heat is their number one enemy. Even though they are WAY more efficient than incandescent bulbs, they still generate some heat and that heat HAS to go someplace. Unlike incandescent bulbs (which can get so hot the metal base starts to discolor) an LED bulb has to be kept relatively cool so that Read More
Well, unfortunately, the answer is maybe. LED bulbs are solid state devices, and like all solid state devices, heat is their number one enemy. Even though they are WAY more efficient than incandescent bulbs, they still generate some heat and that heat HAS to go someplace. Unlike incandescent bulbs (which can get so hot the metal base starts to discolor) an LED bulb has to be kept relatively cool so that the light-emitting diodes inside don't burn out. So, for example, if that enclosed ceiling fixture is only used for short times (say in a half-bath), or if it is in good thermal contact with a plaster ceiling - then you would probably be OK. On the other hand, if the fixture is totally sealed, has thermal insulation between its base and the ceiling, and is turned on for hours on end, then no, these bulbs will burn out very quickly. Read Less
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January 28, 2014
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I don't see why not. I put them everywhere, even outside, no problems, no burnouts.
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January 26, 2014
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Yes. It only takes 19 watts per bulb. Most multiple light ceiling fixtures allows up to 60 watts per bulb. 19 watts is well below that.
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December 28, 2013
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According to the package warnings and cautions, "This lamp is NOT suitable for totally enclosed fixtures", so I am not sure why someone from Phillips would say otherwise here. I'd like an explanation from Phillips on this, because I have a couple ceiling dome fixtures that I wanted to use them in.
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December 17, 2013
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Wattage rating for fixtures is based on incandescent bulbs, which are inefficient and generate great amounts of heat. When you switch to fluorescents, or better, LED lamps, you can increase the rating of the lighting easily and do so safely as very little heat is emitted by LED's and somewhat more by florescents.
Typically the physical size of the bulbs is the practical limit.
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November 27, 2013
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Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, this bulb can be used in an enclosed surface mount fixture.
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3 way

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will they work in a 3 way lamp
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Well, sort of... They will work on and off, in the lamp, but no change in brightness - just like a standard , non-three-way incondescant bulb.
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March 11, 2014
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I put them in two 3 way lamps and they have worked fine for a month. Shouldn't be a problem except you will only get 1 brightness, not 3. They have 3 way LED's but expect to pay $25+. Switch position 1 does not work, only position 2 and 3.
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February 4, 2014
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Just like a normal (non-threeway) incandescent bulb in a three-way fixture. So, it depends on what you mean by will they "work" - yes, they will turn on, but no, they won't give three different levels of illumination.
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Generally all "bulb"s will work in a 3-way, but only 2 of the 3 positions actually function on the 3-Way switch. So there will be no multi-level support as there is only a single "filament" to support (as in an incedescent bulb).
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Yes, but will only provide one level of brightness. True 3-way bulbs have 2 filiments, so you get the low watt filament, high watt, or both at the same time.....3 ways.
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November 26, 2013
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No.
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No
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yes
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WHY THE HIGH PRICE?????????

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I AM A SENIOR CITIZEN ON A FIXED LOW INCOME AND CAN BARELY AFFORD FOOD AND MY MEDS AFTER I PAY MY UTILITY BILLS, EVEN WITH THE SMALL INCREASE. WHO SET THESE HORRIBLE HIGH PRICES AND CAN YOU EXPLAIN THE EXACT REASONS AS TO WHY THE PRICE IS SET SO HIGH ON ALL THESE LIGHT BULBS?
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It's an LED which uses much less power, creates less heat, and will last much longer than a conventional bulb. The investment will save you $ over time.
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The led lights require a lot of electronics inside the base to make them work. It is the electronics that drive the low Voltage LEDs from the higher 120 Volt power that adds to the cost. The price is expected to drop in the future. The electricity savings is only realized if the bulbs are on for a long time each day. If the bulb is only used a few minutes a day, then there is no savings by using an led Read More
The led lights require a lot of electronics inside the base to make them work. It is the electronics that drive the low Voltage LEDs from the higher 120 Volt power that adds to the cost. The price is expected to drop in the future. The electricity savings is only realized if the bulbs are on for a long time each day. If the bulb is only used a few minutes a day, then there is no savings by using an led bulb. A florescent bulb may be less expensive and it should be an instant on one. I like the sun park fluorescent bulbs. Read Less
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new hi-technology always cost more initially. after bout 5yrs or when something newer/better comes along then price will drop. but according to the company the life span is 18yrs with 3 hrs a day usage. so at 10 bucks a bulb (price is just an example for easy math) divided by 18yrs costs roughly bout 4and a1/2 cents per month (not including energy consumption just cost of bulb). but you can't use these Read More
new hi-technology always cost more initially. after bout 5yrs or when something newer/better comes along then price will drop. but according to the company the life span is 18yrs with 3 hrs a day usage. so at 10 bucks a bulb (price is just an example for easy math) divided by 18yrs costs roughly bout 4and a1/2 cents per month (not including energy consumption just cost of bulb). but you can't use these in enclosed light fixtures(like ceilings) Read Less
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LEDs have come WAY down in price. LEDs are more energy efficient than CFLs. LEDs cost more than CFLs but they last longer, so you’ll make up the initial cost over the lifetime of the bulb. A Cree LED can last up to 24,000 hrs as opposed to 8,000 hrs for a CFL. A lot of the high price for the Cree bulb is the fact that it is "Instant On" and dimmable features. Regular CFLs gradually get brighter over Read More
LEDs have come WAY down in price. LEDs are more energy efficient than CFLs. LEDs cost more than CFLs but they last longer, so you’ll make up the initial cost over the lifetime of the bulb. A Cree LED can last up to 24,000 hrs as opposed to 8,000 hrs for a CFL. A lot of the high price for the Cree bulb is the fact that it is "Instant On" and dimmable features. Regular CFLs gradually get brighter over several minutes. You can get an "Instant On" CFLs, but you'll also pay a higher price.
I would suggest using LEDs in ceiling & other fixtures where changing a bulb may be a hassle. Cree "Daylight" bulbs are brightest. I found the Cree "Soft White" almost a greenish color & returned them.
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Primarily it's a more complex product and relatively low manufacturing levels as the new technology is still ramping up for demand surely to come.
Some lamps are now down to $3 dollars for a service life of 30,000 hours. This is more than 10-20 years in typical service...so while the initial cost is high, the overall cost is rather competitive to CFL's. While incandescents, which are the least Read More
Primarily it's a more complex product and relatively low manufacturing levels as the new technology is still ramping up for demand surely to come.
Some lamps are now down to $3 dollars for a service life of 30,000 hours. This is more than 10-20 years in typical service...so while the initial cost is high, the overall cost is rather competitive to CFL's. While incandescents, which are the least expensive, are being phased out for the USA, this will further push LEDs into the mainstream and that will bring further price reductions.
The Utilities and Green outfits are offering subsidized pricing to further reduce the end user costs...so you may wish to check to see if that is available in your area. Read Less
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Is this bulb dimmable?

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No.
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No, I tried it anyway in a dimable circuit but it flickered. Otherwise a nice bulb.
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Yes, but to get maximum dimming range you need to have an updated dimmer especially for LEDs/CFLs. The old dimmers made for incandescents only allow them to dim half way and may cause subtle flickering. Use mine over my kitchen sink & dim as a nightlight and over dining table as "candlelight".
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 46 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solved all my problems I purchased these bulbs to replace some very expensive compact florecent globe bulbs that did not last as expected. I needed something that looked decent exposed in a bathroom vanity light and a ceiling fan and these look okay. The light is bright, white and better then what I was getting from other bulbs that claimed the same qualities, cost more, and didn't deliver. I am very happy with these bulbs and will buy more. June 25, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much better than a compact florescent Will fit where normal incandescent bulbs did with real energy savings. I have one right above me I like the light but in the winter I do miss the incandescent bulbs heat. I will buy more of these, I will not buy a compact florescent. December 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent for kitchens and bathrooms I purchased a lot ( about 11 ) of these bulbs to put into both my bathrooms' fixtures above the mirrors and also in the main fixture in my kitchen. Very pleased with the bright, but not too bright 3000K color which is a brighter than standard incandescent at 2700K color, but not extreme like 4000-5000K bulbs. These bulbs are also smaller and not as heavy as some of the other 60 watt LED bulbs I've seen and tried ( except for maybe the new flat 60W LED bulb's from Philips which is lighter in weight ) The only con with this bulb I think is that it is not dimmable, but that's fine for the bathrooms and kitchen where I have no plans to put in dimmer switches. August 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great bulb totally pleased with this bulb. They say it is a 60 watt replacement and I find it is all of that. The color is very white probably best described as daylight. Not 'cool' (bluish). Not 'warm' (yellowish). This white makes it look all the brighter. I have installed one outside on the porch next to a CFL and there is no contest - the LED is whiter and brighter. Cold weather does not seem to effect it at all. Only warning: The lower half of the bulb is a reflector. It only projects from the base out. If you put it in a table lamp with the base down you will light up the lampshade, and the ceiling but not table below. Best for base up or horizontal installation. Also note that they are not dimable. February 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Replacement Bulb I bought this type (LED) for the higher efficiency ( vs. CFL) but this bulb also has a nice color to be somewhat whiter than a 60W incandescent. Moreover, this lightbulb delivers on lumens and doesn't give more than moderate heat. Facing downwards from an open ceiling fixture, the output is nicely spread around the room and gradually falls off towards the top base side, as expected. In a shaded lamp facing upwards, it still looks more distributed than you'd might think and the table portion remains well lit enough to read by. One could hardly tell that it's not an incandescent. Excellent bulb and likely to decrease in price now that more competitors are becoming suppliers. November 26, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Great, but not for a dimmer I have at six of these bulbs on normal switches in my house. They are great. But I just bought (and returned) three because I set them up on a dimmer switch and they made loud humming noises. I bought a Lutron dimmer switch that is rated for LEDs, but the bulbs still made noise. I then tried Cree's 60w replacement LED with the metal base and there was no humming. I really like Phillips LED bulbs for their design and build quality and will try them again in the future, but Cree got it right for dimmers. February 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Loving it So far, loving these bulbs. They're very bright, and not as directional as I had feared. Though they're not the best for bathroom lighting (I put 2 in a fixture and made the 3rd a CFL to illuminate the rest of the room), they're great for ceiling fans in which the fixture already points the light around the room. They're still a bit pricey, but as long as they'll last you 6-10 years, they should most definitely be worth it. PS - Clip the barcodes off for future reference in case you need it for warranty. I threw away the box before doing this, so I hope they really do last as long as they say. February 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by We are VERY pleased with these bulbs. We have placed these bulbs throughout our home and are VERY please with them. They are in various types of fixtures with some installed normally, some installed upside down and some installed sideways. They come on instantly and work great. What we like BEST about this bulb is that it produces light at 3000K. For some reason, we find mostly 2700K and 5000K LED bulbs at the stores but not very many of the 3000K type. Once you try 3000K, you will never want to go back to the yellowish 2700K. Thank you, HD, for keeping these bulbs available. September 16, 2014
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