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Energy Saving Golfball Lamp 7 watt ES Warm White (40 Watt Alternative)

This is a 7W 26-27mm ES/E27 Golfball 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
26-27mm ES/E27 Cap/Base
This is a 7W 26-27mm ES/E27 Golfball bulb that produces a Very Warm White (827) light which can be used in domestic and commercial applications
Lumens 300
Voltage 240
RRP
£9.99
Price
£6.19
Inc. VAT
£7.43
38% Off
Save a total of £3.80
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Part No: KCF07GLF/E27-827
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Energy Saving Golfball Lamp 7 watt ES Warm White (40 Watt Alternative)
Price
£6.19
Inc. VAT £7.43
Saving 38% (3.80) on RRP: £9.99
QuickFind: 19896
Part No: KCF07GLF/E27-827

Product Summary

Actual Wattage
7 W
Cap/Base
26-27mm ES/E27
Cap/Base Type
Edison Screw
Colour
Very Warm White (827)
Colour Temp
2700 K
Diameter
37 mm
Dimming?
Non-Dimmable
Equivalent Wattage
40 W
Finish
Frosted
Length
88 mm
Lumens
300 lm
Manufacturer
Leading Brand
Type
Energy Saving
Voltage
240 Volt

Energy Saving Golfball Lamp 7 watt ES Warm White (40 Watt Alternative)

from Leading Brand (Model: KCF07GLF/E27-827)
Efficient in terms of cost and energy consumption this Warm White Energy Saving ES Golfball light bulb is direct replacement for a conventional incandescent bulb. Offering a 10,000 hour lamp life and an 80% reduction in energy usage this is an excellent choice for pendant and display applications. Rated at 7 watts the output of this lamp is the equivalent of a 40watt incandescent light source.
Energy Savings
Potential saving for bulb over its manufacturers predicted life: £31.68

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

Technical Specifications

for Energy Saving Golfball Lamp 7 watt ES Warm White (40 Watt Alternative)

Actual Wattage 7 W
Cap/Base 26-27mm ES/E27
Cap/Base Type Edison Screw
Colour Very Warm White (827)
Colour Temp 2700 K
Comparison 7W=30W
Current 50ma
Diameter 37 mm
Dimming? Non-Dimmable
Energy Efficient Rating A
Equivalent Wattage 40 W
Finish Frosted
Length 88 mm
Lumens 300 lm
Manufacturer Leading Brand
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 8000 hrs
Shape Golfball
Shape (Landing) Energy Saving Golfball
Type Energy Saving
Voltage 240 Volt

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5060063425269

Part Codes

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EG45ES7
FGB7ES G011

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