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|Expected shipping date is 16th Dec 2013|
|$3795 $2795per bulb|
|Bulb Type:||Candelabra (E 12 base)|
|Power Use:||5 Watt|
|Dimensions:||1.45" W x 4.5" H (torpedo)|
|Incandescent Equivalent:||50 Watt|
|Color Temp:||Warm White (2700K)|
|Dimmable:||Dimmable (works with most dimmers)|
|Average life||30000 hours|
|LED Chip||LG (South Korea)|
Say hello to one of the brightest, sexiest LED candelabra light bulbs on the market!
This 5-watt beauty emits 400 lumens of warm white light, which is equivalent to a 50-watt incandescent candelabra bulb.
If you were looking for the perfect 40-watt candelabra or brighter replacement, you've come to the right place.
This LED candelabra bulb will surprise you with its power and its elegant design.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Jan 2014
I have other LED bulbs that advertise the same lumen output that seem brighter... Also, it took something like a month for me to receive the product, and did not receive any contact advising of backordering or delays, and one email query I posed to find out where my order was never was answered.
Posted by Richard Gallagher on 20th Nov 2013
I bought three of these LED bulbs to use in my ceiling fan fixture in the kitchen. I am very happy with them. They give off plenty of light and generate virtually no heat. Although they were well-packed, one of the bulbs apparently was damaged in shipment because it burned out after a couple of days. No problem - Sexy LEDs immediately sent me a replacement and now all is well.
Posted by Michael on 7th Nov 2013
I have bought 6 of those 5 Watt LED Silver 400 Lumens "50W equivalent" E12 bulbs - on a side note I received the 3000K version. They were to replace 6 40W Halogen "60W equivalent" E12 bulbs in my dining table candelabra, I also use an electronic dimmer switch there.
These LED bulbs have fantastic even illumination in all directions. Their brightness is truly 50W equivalent, just a tiny bit darker than my Halogens. Dimming works great and is possible down to pretty low light levels, like one 15W bulb equivalent.
My 6 LED bulbs only use 30W together!! (not measured myself) Luckily my dimmer "minimum 40W load" still works with them.
Excellent design would let me put those bulbs in any clear glass lamp straight away.
Comparing the bulbs (behind frosted white glass), on high to maximum dimming levels, looking straight at them the LEDs are indistinguishable from Halogens. Looking indirectly around in the room (we have slightly yellow tinted wall paint) the LED light is a tiny bit cooler than Halogens. I'd guess a little bit too much red frequencies are missing - as LEDs will never give full spectrum light.
I have for now compromised by putting 3 LED and 3 halogen bulbs in my dinner table candelabra. The other 3 will go in my stairway candelabra where they cover the needs perfectly. I am now waiting for 6W LED 500 Lumens E12 bulbs that can completely replace 40W halogen "60W equivalents" :-)
For anybody starting with non-halogen incandescent E12 bulbs, these LED bulbs are a fantastic improvement. They are pricey, but you can expect a long lifetime full of energy savings.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Mar 2013
I bought 5 of these LEDs to replace 40 watt incandescents in my house. I had to return them because they wouldn't fit correctly in my wall sconces. You could see the tip of the light bulb. I had to return them. So I am taking 1 star off for the inconvenience. But I should have been paying more attention to product description and video comparison. Other than that, light bulbs looked stunning and light was as good as incandescent.
I returned them only because I didn't have any other application for them in my house. Most of my light bulbs have standard base.
Posted by Brian on 13th Feb 2013
Ordered a couple of these to test them out.
They are very bright for their wattage and I am generally quite pleased with them. The bulbs lose a star because of the cost. The price seems rather high for a bulb, but if they last as long as the website claims, electrical savings will “pay” for the bulbs.