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Duracell E14 4W Mini Globe Non-Dimmable Bulb in Warm White

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Duracell E14 4W Golf Ball Non-Dimmable LED Bulb in Warm White

Product Code: DURM8LEDDU

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E14 · Golf Ball / Mini Globe · 4W· Non-Dimmable · Warm White ·

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Living Room & Bedroom

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This LED E14 Duracell retrofit Golf Ball / Mini Globe bulb is a perfect replacement for your existing filament bulb. Golf Ball bulbs are usually used in lamps, especially in bedside lamps. This bulb emits a good light output of 250 lumens in a warm white colour which is perfect for creating a cosy and relaxed atmosphere.

Available in Warm White (2700k) only.

Check out the full range of fittings, wattage and colour options available in our Duracell section here.

Fitting: E14 / SES / Small Edison Screw Approx. Equivalent: 25W
Power Consumption: 4W Input Power (v): 220-240V
Lumens: 250 Power Factor: 0.50
Useful Lumens: N/A Colour Temperature (k): 2700
Beam Angle: 160 CRI: TBC
Dimmable: No Warm-up Time: < 1 second
Life Expectancy (hrs): 15,000 Dimensions (W x L) mm: 45 x 80
Switching Cycles: 100,000 Certification:

CE CertificationRoHS Certification

Product Code: DURM8LEDDU Warranty: 2 Years
ErP Compliant: N/A
These lights are fab-much more energy efficient and fantastically bright.
27 / 02 / 2014
Too early to say how satisfied I will be because I am interested in how long the bulbs last hence the acceptable rating.
26 / 02 / 2014
The bulbs seem very good, but this is only 1 week of use.
25 / 02 / 2014
Order not delivered as no stock available
17 / 11 / 2013
Cannot review product as still not got them, hopefully there great
17 / 11 / 2013
although 25w equivalent appears at least as bright as the 40w incandescent bulbs.
11 / 11 / 2013
These are being used in a movable side lamp. Works well and good quality
11 / 11 / 2013
good item
09 / 11 / 2013
Top name and product. Using for table lamps and very suitable and good value.
08 / 11 / 2013
Lounge lamp - light output good
06 / 11 / 2013
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