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Philips SlimStyle 60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 LED Light Bulbs (4-Pack)


SlimStyle 60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 LED Light Bulbs (4-Pack)

  • Features a sleek, flat design
  • Dims fully for a customized lighting experience
  • Saves you in energy costs
$21.97 /case
(limit 35 per order)

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Product Overview

The Philips SlimStyle 60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 LED Light Bulbs are the same size as traditional A19 light bulbs but with a sleek, flat design. Their unique shape enables you to use them in more applications, such as table lamps, floor lamps and wall sconces. They give you up to 25,000 hours of light and save you $136.13 when compared to the $165 required to run a 60-watt, 800-lumen bulb across the same period.

  • Brightness: 800 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.26 (based on 3 hours/day, ¢11/kWh; costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life hours: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours per day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 10.5 watts (equivalent to a 60-watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per watt: 76.2
  • Ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms or hallways in your table or floor lamps, or open pendant or ceiling fixtures
  • Fully dimmable, dims just like an incandescent bulb to instantly change the look and feel of any room
  • Provides a soft white light for a comfortable and relaxing environment
  • Features an A19 bulb shape with a medium base
  • Comes in a convenient 4-pack
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can these bulbs be used in a fixture where it is screwed in upside down?

I was thinking about using it in overhead fixtures.
Asked by: chapterheading
Yes, I am already using one upside down in a ceiling fixture. It works fine.
Answered by: Roger
Date published: 2015-09-20

Wanting to use in a chandelier with globes. How tall is the bulb once installed?

Don't want them stick out above the glass globes.
Asked by: Mike
Label says "This lamp is not suitable for totally enclosed fixtures". Too bad. The lamp is 4.5 inches long overall. 3.5 inches will protrude from the socket. I have LED bulbs in chandelier over dining room table. It's globes are open on the top, so they stay cool.
Answered by: Rviewer
Date published: 2015-11-07

are these bulbs rated for fully enclosed fixtures

Asked by: sherwood
I would say so as they don't give off anywhere NEAR the heat of incandescents.
Answered by: gregbear
Date published: 2016-01-11

Similar to question 4--can I use these bulbs in enclosed ceiling fixtures in hallways?

Asked by: EvanstonPMC
Hallway is fine. But the package says "This lamp is not suitable for use in totally enclosed fixtures." These are electronic devices, and electronic devices in general don't like heat. Inside of a totally enclosed fixture could get too hot for and LED light. So don't use it inside of a small globe. Don't use it in an attic that gets to be 110 degrees.
Answered by: Rviewer
Date published: 2015-11-07

Can the slimstyle be used in fully enclosed flushmount glass outdoor fixture mounted over the door and what does one do when it gets below -4?

Cool design for a bulb! I am hoping the Phillips rep will answer this. I am having trouble finding a bulb that will last a long time and will fit in a square glass flushmount fixture that is mounted in the ceiling of the little roof over the outside steps. This fixture was only one I was able find last year that fit in the clearance above the screen door so I can't really replace it. I need a bulb that is no longer than a standard 75 watt bulb and will work on those rare occassions in New England when it gets below -5. (Like this week!) Will this slimstyle work for this? CFLs don't work outside here. I also have about four or five indoor flushmount fixtures that are fully enclosed with glass covers with similar problems. (because it is a 115 year old house!) Some are two bulb and the bulbs are horizontal but others are single bulb with the bulb hanging upside down. Will the the slimstyle be short enough to work in these fixtures? Will the slimstyle be cool enough to work in fully enclosed flushmounts? (Gizmodo says this style requires a smaller heat sink.) Thanks.
Asked by: Foureyes
To be honest with you, in my opinion these slim line LED bulbs would probably work for your purposes even though they have the normal warning not to be used in a totally enclosed fixture. The reason I say this is because I have used these bulbs myself in a hallway totally enclosed fixture and they run very cool to the touch! It is actually amazing to me that these bulbs feel so cool and give off very little heat in an enclosed fixture, less actually than other bulbs (by a different brand) that are designed for totally enclosed fixtures. The reason LED bulbs have trouble in enclosed fixtures is not the LED's themselves, it's the electronics onboard to control and power the LED circuit that suffer like all electronics do from excessive heat. So basically using a hot LED bulb in an enclosed fixture would prematurely shorten the life of the electronics inside the bulb. Instead of lasting 22 years, they might only last you one year. I've had older LED bulbs last only 1 year in this hallway fixture of mine. BUT I am hoping these slimline ones last a lot longer because they don't generate much heat to damage the electronics. Having said that, if the enclosed fixture happens to be outdoors and it is cold, then that counteracts the damaging effects of the heat on the electronics, the colder the better in this case. I don't think the electronics or LED's will suffer from the cold as much as they would from heat. And I think the indoor fixtures you mention will also be OK. These bulbs work great in any position! I remember older LED's that if used upside down the heat would burn out the bulb very quickly, this isn't a problem at all for these Philips bulbs. That is my opinion and advice, that they should work ok for you, I can't guarantee it of course but I would chance using them if I was you in your situation. Worst case scenario, they burn out prematurely, but at less than $10 each, it is worth it to see if they work for you especially at the level of energy savings you will benefit from. Even if they only last a year, you saved that $10 already many times from the energy saved during that year. I hope this helps. Good Luck! PS I love how cool these bulbs run, you can almost keep holding them indefinitely while they are on. If you hold them loosely, you can keep your hand there continuously, that is proof they run very cool! Right? And since they dim well, you can always dim them to have them run even cooler in the enclosed fixtures.
Answered by: AnthonyR
Date published: 2015-09-20

When will these be available in Alaska?

When will these be available in Anchorage, Alaska stores?
Asked by: bhinak
I understand these new lights will be available in all Stores Nation wide in March 2014, these are great new style Led's, I now have 12 with no problems
Answered by: Englishman
Date published: 2015-09-20

Are these bulbs designed for outside use in cold temps?

Many of the energy saving bulbs do not operate in the cold.
Asked by: Dash
These are not curly fluorescent bulbs, which don't like the cold. These are light emitting diodes (LED's). Electronics generally LIKE the cold. I installed an LED bulb outside of my front door 3 years ago. It lighted just fine all the time. 20 below zero was no problem. These bulbs can also be turned off and on as often as you want (curly fluorescents bulbs don't like that either. It burns them out).
Answered by: Rviewer
Date published: 2015-11-07

Where can this bulb be bought? Every state is on the list where it cannot be shipped!!

Asked by: LostRP
I ordered mine onlline and they were shipped to my store in Gig Harbor, WA.
Answered by: TomP
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

SlimStyle 60W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 LED Light Bulbs (4-Pack) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 243.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good light, low power, runs cool, looks cool I've been waiting for the Philips SlimStyle bulb to show up since seeing the annoucement late 2013. Not only does it have a great price for an LED bulb but it's lightweight and runs cool. I was concerned that it might not cast uniform light because of its shape, but in a lamp with a circular share there's no perceptible variation of the brightness coming through the shade. I can't tell the orientation of the bulb without looking under the shade. I also have one in my office in a hanging Ikea paper lamp and I'm usually fussy about the color of light in my office (I don't run the overhead fluorescents) and the SlimStyle casts a soft warmish light without being so warm that I feel like I'm in a bedroom.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice bulbs, but with a dimmer they buzz. I originally had a Lutron Skylark dimmer but there was a noticeable buzz from the lights. Philips' customer service provided me with some advice and a PDF with a compatibility chart for dimmers. Unfortunately, the chart had not yet been updated with the SlimStyle bulb. Customer service suggested the Lutron Maestro dimmer. I installed this dimmer and still had a perceptible humming from the bulbs. I ended up ditching the dimmer to use a regular wall switch which eliminated the problem. They're still a good bulb, but perhaps not yet appropriate for dimmers.
Date published: 2014-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally an LED that works I have had a few different style LED light bulbs and was never really impressed but these are a different story. Extremely bright, turns on quickly (doesnt take time to 'warm up') and gave very uniform light comparable to a traditional light bulb.
Date published: 2014-08-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice bulbs with one caveat. Initially I was very excited to install these bulbs, but we soon discovered that some of the bulbs generated a very noticeable buzz when installed in our recessed light fixtures. Others only emitted a mutted humming sound. In other fixtures in our house they were fine. We have not yet tried them with a dimmer, but will try that soon. We both like the light they provide, and that the are instantly at full capacity when the light switch is activated. I would recommend them with the warning to pay attention to any noise they might generate in your fixtures.
Date published: 2014-04-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice light, but Buzzzzzzzzz I bought 16 of these (4 four packs) to replace a number of incandescent bulbs. The light they emit is fantastic, however several make a fairly loud, and very annoying BUZZ sound. I can't tell if the ones in the high fixtures buzz, but I had to remove the SlimStyle from a reading lamp because the noise was so obnoxious. This is a major design flaw that needs to be addressed. I'm still giving three stars because the price is so good, the light is pleasant, and the design is smart - except for the buzz. Once the buzz is fixed, I will recommend.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good light levels/colour, low energy usage. These LED's are a good replacement for 60-75W bulbs. The light is bright and warm, without any harsh glare. The energy use is close to the specs, thus far, they don't get more than warm, but I'll have to wait quite a while to see if the life-span rating is close. Good purchase, will buy more.
Date published: 2014-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from its a winner at fair price. replaced one 25W in ceiling fan that holds 4 25W bulbs, couldn't use it much due to metal covers over light bulbs, metal shields would get very hot even with low wattage bulbs, also with 25W bulbs gave very little light, not bright enough to work/see with. Put ONE Phillips led light bulb, 10.5 W equivalent to 60W bulb. WOW what a difference. All the brightness I need to work/see with & LED stays cool & puts out very little heat, I can touch the led bulb, but not the 25W bulb too hot & metal shield is very hot, but not the led shield which is cool to touch.
Date published: 2014-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Over 100 installed, 200 to go. We are using these lamps in our hotel. I have 50 of the 8 watt that have been in use for over 18 months with no problems. These are on dimmers. Just installed 100 of the 10.5 watt, working great. We have over 200 more to go. We will be purchasing these soon.
Date published: 2016-04-11
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