11w (60w) Edison Screw Low Energy Light Bulb - Daylight (Quick Start)
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11 Watt (60 Watt Equiv) Edison Screw / ES / E27 - In Daylight White
This is an 11w (60 watt) Edison Screw / E27 energy saving spiral shaped light bulb made by Kosnic, it is top quality and offers natural daylight white light with an average 8000 hour life.
These low energy bulbs also start up quicker than standard energy savers and last 8 times longer than a standard bulb.
- Save energy up to 80% comparing with incandescent lamps.
- Long Life of 8000h, 8 times longer than incandescent lamp.
- Amalgam technology to achieve premium performance and minimum Hg content (2mg).
- High efficient tri-phosphor coating with excellent colour rendering.
- Not dimmable.
- Lamp life may reduce when used in enclosed fitting.
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Wattage : 11 Watt
Equivalent to : Approx 60 Watts
Light Colour : Daylight / 6500K / 865 (SAD)
Lumens : 600 lm
Average Life : 8,000 hours / 8 Years
Lamp base: E27 (ES / Edison Screw)
Height : 10.3cm / 103mm
Width : 4.7cm / 47mm
Energy Rating : A Rated
NB: These daylight white 11W Edison Screw quick start low energy saving light bulbs are not suitable for dimming switches or for use in recessed or enclosed fittings.Please also check that you fitting can take a 60W or higher light bulb. If in doubt please contact us as we can advise what are the best light bulbs / lamps for your fitting.
This lamp is recommended for use with fittings allowing free air flow. When used with enclosed fittings or fittings with restricted air flow, the life of the lamp may be significantly reduced.
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Energy Saving Information
|Alternative to:||60 W|
|Power saved:||49 W|
|Unit of Electricity in lamp's life time:||392 kWh|
|Money saved on electricity bill @ 10p/unit:||£39.20|
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