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Clear Bulb G125 Globe 60W E27

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Product description

Clear Bulb G125 Globe 60W E27

This dimmable Globe Filament bulb is a clear bulb (model G125) of the Calex brand. The light source has an output of 60W and colour temperature of 2000 Kelvin (warm light).

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The bulb is also known as a carbon filament lamp. This model has a diameter of 125 mm and is suitable for fittings with an E27 screw thread. The light source has an output of 60W and colour temperature of 2000 Kelvin (warm light).

A light bulb consists of filament and provides warm light. When turned on, electricity flows through the filament making it so warm it lights up. This light source is also known as a carbon filament lamp or even an Edison lamp, as Thomas Edison invented the light bulb in 1879.

As an alternative to this light bulb we also offer a LED light.

Specifications

Specifications for: Clear Bulb G125 Globe 60W E27

  • Product Light bulb
  • Model G125 (globe)
  • Type Filament lamp
  • Colour description Clear
  • Fitting E27
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  • Diameter 125 mm
  • Height 170 mm
  • Wattage 60 W
  • Colour temperature 2000 ºK
  • Lumen 170 lm
  • Voltage 240V
  • Dimmable Yes
  • Lifespan 3000 hours
  • Energy label E

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