|$3795 $2795per bulb|
|Bulb Type:||Candelabra (E 12 base)|
|Power Use:||5 Watt|
|Dimensions:||1.45" W x 5" H (including base)|
|Incandescent Equivalent:||50 Watt|
|Color Temp:||Warm White (2700K)|
|Average life||30000 hours|
Say hello to the best LED candelabra bulbs on the market.
This LED candelabra bulb is equivalent to a 50-watt incandescent light bulb.
If you were looking for a place to buy a 40-watt replacement bulb or brighter, this is the best option for you!
This LED candelabra bulb has so many advantages over incandescents and CFLs, that there is no point to list them here.
Here are 100 reasons why you should buy this LED light bulb.
Posted by Dean on 13th Jun 2014
The flame shape of the glass is nice, but the main advantage is the clear bright color. It says 50 watt equivalent, but I think it is as bright as the 60 watt incandescents I had previously. The color says 2700 kelvin but it seems a little cooler, like a 3000 kelvin color. Still warm enough, not the bluish hue of some others. Very nice color and brightness.
Posted by Ben Marcus the author on 12th Apr 2013
A friend gave us kind of a hideous chandelier as a house-warming present.
It was kind of like that leg lamp the guy gets as a Major Award in A Christmas Story.
I was going to chuck it, but cooler heads prevailed.
I Googled around online and saw that LED were the way to go: cheaper, environmentally friendly, bird-friendly, etc.
And I work under flourescent lights all day so who needs that at home.
There were a few places selling chandelier LED but "SEXY LED" caught my eye so I ordered a dozen.
The woman I talked to is Russian or Ukrainian or something, but she was "kulturny" and very helpful - her English is good.
I got my LED quickly and screwed them in and lit up a corner of the dining room - and it was nice.
The light is pleasant and warm and well I'm glad I didn't throw out that chandelier.