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Megaman Energy Saving R63 11W ES Very Warm White (60W Alternative)

This is a 11W 26-27mm ES/E27 Reflector/Spotlight bulb that produces a Very Warm White (827) light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
This is a 26-27mm ES/E27 light bulb cap base
This is a 11W 26-27mm ES/E27 Reflector/Spotlight bulb that produces a Very Warm White (827) light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
Lumens 300
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Megaman Energy Saving R63 11W ES Very Warm White (60W Alternative)
4 stars, 5 customer reviews
Lumens 300
This item was discontinued on 9th December, 2015 and is no longer available.

Product Summary

Cap/Base
26-27mm ES/E27
Cap/Base Type
Screw In
Colour
Very Warm White (827)
Colour Temp
3000 K
Diameter
63 mm
Dimming?
Non-Dimmable
Equivalent Wattage
60 W
Length
100 mm
Lumens
300 lm
Manufacturer
Megaman
Type
Energy Saving
Voltage
220-240 Volt
Wattage
11 W

Megaman Energy Saving R63 11W ES Very Warm White (60W Alternative)

from Megaman
This Megaman R63 7W Energy Saving Reflector Lamp is an ultra-efficient bulb, a direct replacement for a conventional 40W incandescent bulb. Excellent colour rendering and lumen output combine with an excellent 15,000 hour lamp life and a 80% reduction in energy usage
Energy Savings
Potential saving for bulb over its manufacturers predicted life: £88.20

Assuming electricity is charged at p per kWh rate (most electricity companies charge approx. 12p per kWh).

Technical Specifications

for Megaman Energy Saving R63 11W ES Very Warm White (60W Alternative)

Cap/Base 26-27mm ES/E27
Cap/Base Type Screw In
Colour Very Warm White (827)
Colour Temp 3000 K
Diameter 63 mm
Dimming? Non-Dimmable
Energy Efficient Rating A
Equivalent Wattage 60 W
Length 100 mm
Lumens 300 lm
Manufacturer Megaman
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 15000 hrs
Megaman Part Number 616323
Old Megaman Part Number 168323
Part Number 616323
Shape Reflector/Spotlight
Shape (Landing) 63mm Reflector/Spotlight
Type Energy Saving
Voltage 220-240 Volt
Wattage 11 W

Product Barcodes

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4892657026986
4892657026986

Part Codes

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5585
616323
CFLR6411WES82715:MEG
ER63ES11MEG
F11R63ESMM B084

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Customer Reviews

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Average Customer Review

4/5

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By (United Kingdom), 20th March, 2013
I first bought a number of these 11W Megaman lamps 7/8 years ago, some of which are still working. I replaced a couple of them with a slightly cheaper version (15W Prolite brand, also from BLT Direct) in Jan 2012, and both these replacements have now failed. Megaman seem to have improved the light output and warm-up time over the years - my most recent purchase seems almost as bright as the old incandescent 60W bulbs and warms up much more quickly than the earlier generation. I shall definitely stick with Megaman from now on.

By (United Kingdom), 20th January, 2012
The bulbs appear to have a very long warm up time before they give their full light output. In my last review I was very disappointed that the light output from 3 Megaman 11 watt lamps was still much lower than the two old style 60 watt reflectors they replaced. Today, day three of using them, after approx 6 hours of previous use, they came on and after the usual short warm up, gave out more light! I would say they are now equivalent of the two old style 60 watt bulbs. So I am giving a five star review to compensate for the 2 stars I gave them last time - average 3.5 stars. I still think the light given out should be a bit more directional as it is on the old 60watt reflectors they replaced, so they do not get the full five stars from me.

By (United Kingdom), 20th January, 2012
It is claimed that these Megaman 11W spots are the equivalent of the old style 60W bulbs. I have come to expect some reduction is light output from such claims, but this level of reduction of light output is too much. Three Megaman 11W spots replaced two old style 60W in our kitchen, but the light output from the 3 Megaman lights is still less - too low to cook with.

By (United Kingdom), 28th October, 2011
Bought in 2007, and still burning reliably. Get heavy use. Take a while to warm up, but give plenty of good quality light. I have yet to have a problem with Megaman branded products. Will buy again.

By (United Kingdom), 8th November, 2009
Excellent retrofit for standard reflector bulb, but take 30-60 secs to warm up. Once they are warm, the light is as good as a standard 60W reflector bulb.

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