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Model #432195

100W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A21 Dimmable LED Light Bulb (E*) (2-Pack)

  • Soft white light to create a comfortable and relaxing environment
  • Ideal for table and floor lamps, pendant and ceiling fixtures
  • Dimmable design for custom lighting
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Product Overview

Philips LED 19-Watt A21 Household Light is ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms and hallways. This bulb produces a beautiful, soft white light similar to incandescent. The unique shape of this bulb enables its long life and comfortable light.
  • Brightness: 1680 Lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $2.29 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (Based on 3 hours per day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 19-Watt (equivalent to a 100-Watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 76
  • Uses 81% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Ideal for use in table and floor lamps, pendant fixtures and ceiling fixtures
  • Meets minimum federal efficiency standards for Energy Star certification
  • Contains Mercury: No
  • Convenient 2-pack
  • Warm, serene light
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Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.)
2.3
Product Depth (in.)
3.82
Product Height (in.)
8.11
Product Width (in.)
5.75

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)
2700
Average Life (hours)
25000
Bulb Construction
Plastic
Bulb Shape
Standard
Bulb Type
Household
Bulb Type
Household
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
80
Color Temperature
Soft White
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Base Code
E26
Light Bulb Base Type
Medium
Light Bulb Features
Dimmable
Light Bulb Shape Code
A21
Lighting Technology
LED
Lumens (Brightness)
1680
Number of Bulbs Included
2
Returnable
180-Day
Wattage (Watts)
19
Wattage Equivalence
100 Watts

Warranty / Certifications

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Questions & Answers

6Questions23Answers

Are these able to be used in totally enclosed fixtures?

Asked by awjquarter October 23, 2014
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I didn't read the info on the box but the enclosed information with LED's that I have bought from three other manufacturers explicitly say NOT to use them in enclosures due to the heat they generate. I'm going to assume the same for these as they have fins that are impossible to touch when on.

Do you think I can use them for my outdoor light in front of my house

Asked by Chance October 23, 2014
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Not these. The operating temp suggested on package is more or less indoor, and they should not get wet.

Will these work with motion sensors?

Asked by TO2018 October 11, 2014
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Do these bulbs work in ceiling fans?

Asked by surfnron August 31, 2014
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Manufacturers say not to use these in ceiling fans because the globes around the bulbs don't let them ventilate properly, thus causing them to fail earlier. These things generate a lot of heat. That being said, I have put these in one of my ceiling fans because the light fixtures have very widely flared, open-ended, floral glass. The glass is cool to the touch and I've had no bulb failures, fires, or globe shattering. You could minimize your risk by leaving the fan on (with the air flow directed downward) but you still risk, at the very least, decreasing the life of the bulb. The safest place to put these bulbs is where the generated heat can rise unimpeded by any objects or enclosures.

The Web Site price states Per Case but the price listed appears to be for 2 lamps.

Asked by john22202 March 2, 2014
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Correct, they come in sets of 2.

Is the actual height 8.11" and actual width 5.75"? I am trying to determine if they will fit in my wall sconces.

Asked by Thomas October 20, 2013
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I didn't measure, but they seemed about the same size as a standard 100w incandescent bulb. They are a bit heavier than the bulbs I replaced however. Should work.

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Suburban Chicago
19 Watts = 100 Watts
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4
Value :
4
These LEDs are in two bare bulb ceiling sockets in my basement laundry room. Occasionally the lights get unintentionally left on, but now use 38 watts, instead of 200 watts. The light quality is virtually indistinguishable from the two 100 watt incandescent bulbs these replaced. I hope these LEDs meet and exceed their estimated long life.
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Great bulb, slight hum
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LED light bulbs are the future. I firmly believe this. With that said, this is a good product. I cannot speak to the dimming. The color is the nice familiar warmth we are used to with incandescents, way better than CFLs. The hilt it a little too long for my tastes, but the heat sink functionality takes priority over the looks, and pumping out this much light requires the heat sink. I also don't really care on the looks. It is instant on, which means the bulb is at 100% output within a fraction of a second. If you are used to incandescents, it's long enough for the first word of the thought, "Is it turning on?" to form in your head like this, "I(s)," then boom, it's on. Very quick in reality, and much quicker than CFLs can provide, both in terms of when light first appears and in terms of when 100% of light finally arrives. (With CFLs, it could take a couple of seconds for light to appear and a minute or two for the bulb to hit 100%.) There is a quiet audible hum on some of the fixtures. It's not associated with the bulb, as I've swapped out other bulbs quiet in other fixtures. They hum there too, and the first bulbs are quiet in the second fixture. It's probably wiring in the fixture itself. The hum isn't loud. In a completely quiet room, I have to get my ear within 18 inches to hear anything, and then it's about as loud as a housefly caught in between the blinds and window on the other side of the room. I do recommend that you only purchase LEDs for high-use fixtures though. The up-front cost is offset by energy efficiency, so LEDs only make sense in fixtures that you are burning anyway for long times. I have these bulbs in my five outdoor fixtures, three kitchen fixtures, and one office fixture. I think they are great, and I use each enough to warrant the investment. If you have a similar situation with wanting lots of light in fixtures that are on for hours and don't care about looks or the fact that if there is dead silence you might hear something (maybe, perhaps), these are a good buy.
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well worth the investment
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5
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5
The light bulb gives off excellent lighting. It is a better replacement than a cfl bulb.
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So far, so good
Quality :
4
Value :
3
Early in the ownership cycle so it's hard to say if they will last as long as they are supposed to. But, they are bright suckers. Using one in the garage and one as a porch light. Instant on as opposed some fluorescent I've used. The cold doesn't seem to affect them at all. been below zero a few times this winter (already) and they've still been at full brightness at the flick of a switch. Now to see if they'll last to justify their cost. i'd bump to 5 stars but it's too early to know how they will last.
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Great lightbulbs
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5
Value :
4
I really love LED lightbulbs, and these are very good ones. Indistinguishable from a traditional 100watt bulb, but they use a fraction of the power. The bulbs also feel very sturdy and durable. One small flaw: they flicker slightly for a second or two when you first turn them on. Hardly an issue though. These bulbs can still be pretty pricey though but are a great value if you can get them on sale.
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OKC, OK
exactly what I wanted
Quality :
5
Value :
3
These bulbs produce a nice, warm color with an intensity probably well short of 100W, maybe 75W. Less directional than other LEDS. The length of the bulb is longer than an incandescent so consider where you are putting it before buying. Current draw is exactly as stated. Expensive even at these lower prices but I'll be happy if I can get a decade out of them.
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super bright
Quality :
5
Value :
4
pricey but great if on sale. gets VERY hot not normal for LED. but is super bright. Takes long time to repay itself if ever vs regular bulbs.
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New York, NY, USA
Pay off amount is over 4.7 years bases on my usage
Quality :
5
Value :
2
Price is high. Pay off amount is over 4.7 years bases on my usage. I needed 100w equivalent bulb that meet my requirement.
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Maple Grove, MN
Great replacement for old dimmable lamp
Quality :
5
Value :
4
Although a bit heavy, very good size, easily same size as bulb being replaced. Excellent color tone to lighting, and dim works OK, need to turn all the way up and then decrease to dim level desired. Impressive light output at full brightness.
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Columbia, MO
Finally a Viable Alternative to Incandescent
Quality :
5
Value :
5
I used CFLs for about a decade and never could find one that lasted anywhere near as long as the manufacturer claimed or that provided light on par with incandescent. So I was skeptical about LEDs but took a chance on these. I'm glad I did because the light quality is great. I installed one in my office lamp in May. It's on about nine hours a day, five days a week, and it's still functioning. Hopefully it lasts as long as claimed. Unlike CFLs, this bulb comes on at full brightness. Some people have reported humming with LEDs. I haven't noticed that with this one even though it's about 3 feet from my head, nor with the one by my couch. Be aware that this is a bit longer than an incandescent, so check the size and then measure to see what your lamp's harp can accommodate. The heat sink gets really hot, to the point that it's untouchable. I haven't burned my fingers turning the lamps off, but it's something to consider if you have a shade that's close to the bulb. The only downside is the packaging. You'll need a sharp pair of scissors, and even then you'll have to fight to get the clamshell open.
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