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Compact fluorescent Specialty bulb


    Compact fluorescent Specialty bulb

    Spend a little, save a lot

    This Philips EnergySaver light bulb is the "value for money" option when you require a basic energy-saving bulb in a compact design. Lasting up to 9 years, this compact bulb will save up to 77% energy and money See all benefits

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Specialty Compact fluorescent Specialty bulb

14 W (60 W), Medium base (E26), Soft White 046677407780 Find similar products

Spend a little, save a lot

Perfect for ue in post lights and outdoor fixtures

  • Very low enery consumption; saving at least 77%

    By replacing traditional light bulbs with a Philips CFL alternative, you will gain immediate, signicant, energy savings while contributing to a sustainable planet.

  • Lasts up to 9 years

    With a lifetime of up to 10.000 hours, this Philips CFL lamp will ensure your desired atmosphere for up to 9 years*.

  • An energy saving outdoor lamp, it can last up to 10,000 hrs

    This bulb saves up to $40.48 in energy costs when you replace a 60 Watt incandecent with this 14 Watt compact fluorescent light bulb**.

  • Similar to Incandescent

    This CFL lamp is ideal in weather protected outdoor light fixtures and postlights.

  • This twister bulb creates a soft, warm light

    Light can have different colour temperatures, indicated in units called Kelvin (K). Bulbs with a low value produce a warm, more cozy light, while those with a high Kelvin value, create a cool, more energizing light.

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  • At $0.11 kWh, this 14 watt Energy Saver bulb rated at 800 lumens uses $15.40 of electricity over its 10,000 hour life. This is a $50.60 savings compared to the $66 required to run a 60 watt incandescent bulb rated at 800 lumens over the same period.

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