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Eveready Energy Saving GLS E27 33W 460lm Bulb

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• This low energy bulb’s 33W power consumption gives you an equivalent 40W light output while saving you 17.5% of electricity
• 460 lumens output
• E27 light fitting used for ceiling lights and table lamps
• 2,000 hour lifespan to save you even more money over the lifetime of the bulb compared to a regular halogen bulb
• Dimmable to create the perfect lighting effect
• 2700K warm white effect, which is great for hallways, bedrooms and living rooms
• Almost 360 degree beam angle to illuminate a wider area such as a living room
• 12 month warranty included for peace of mind (proof of purchase required)

Is the bulb compatible for what I need?
This bulb has an E27 fitting, which is compatible with a variety of light fittings, such as a ceiling rose, and will brighten an entire room. The equivalent to a regular 40W halogen bulb, this bulb gives a bright output of 460 lumens while using only 33W of power. The reduced power usage will save you both electricity and money. This bulb gives you a 2700K warm white glow and can be dimmed for the perfect lighting effect in your room.

Specification

Operating Specifications

Wattage:

33 WW

Equivalent Wattage:

40W

Lumens:

460lm

Colour Temperature:

2700 KK

Beam Angle:

360degrees

Lifespan:

2000 hourshours

Product Specifications

Dimmable:

Yes

Power Specifications

Energy Rating:

D

Voltage:

230 VV

Dimensions & Weight

Width:

55mm

Depth:

55mm

Height:

102mm

Warranty

Warranty:

1 Year

What is the Voltage needed for the 70W bulb and how many volt transformer would i need to work this bulb on mains
Asked by: Warren
These are 240v.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

What energy saving bulbs can be used with digital timers or touch switches
Asked by: Phil Baggott
Unfortunately, this would be dependant upon the switch.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17
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