Gold Bulb Pear-shape A60 E27 (CRI80)

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  • SKU: WLB0356
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€ 9,99

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Gold Bulb Pear-shape A60 E27 (CRI80)

This dimmable Pear-shape standard lamp is a gold coloured bulb (model A60) of the Calex brand. The light source has an output of 4W and colour temperature of 2100 Kelvin (warm light - CRI80).

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This model has a diameter of 60 mm and is suitable for fittings with an E27 screw thread. The clear light source of the model A60 (CRI80) has an output of 4W and colour temperature of 2100 Kelvin (warm light)

The LED lamp has a reputation for being energy efficient and is a replacement for the light bulb. LED is short for “Light Emitting Diode”. A LED lamp is a Solid State Lighting (SSL) lamp, whose operation is based on light-emitting diodes. This semiconductor technology emits light when current passes through it. The colour of the light depends on the used semiconductor material.


Specifications for: Gold Bulb Pear-shape A60 E27 (CRI80)

  • Product Light bulb
  • Model A60 (pear)
  • Type LED lamp
  • Colour description Gold
  • Fitting E27
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  • Diameter 60 mm
  • Height 105 mm
  • Wattage 4 W
  • Colour temperature 2100 ºK
  • Lumen 310 lm
  • Voltage 240V
  • Dimmable Yes
  • Lifespan 25000 hours
  • Energy label A+
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Gold Bulb Pear-shape A60 E27 (CRI80)

Gold Bulb Pear-shape A60 E27 (CRI80)

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