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    Philips LED 6w PAR16 / MR16 GU10 Airflux Technology Soft White Flood Light Bulb

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    Airflux LED PAR16 Bulb

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    Product Description

    Philips 6w 120v PAR16 / MR16 GU10 Airflux Technology Soft White Flood LED Light Bulb

    A smooth design solution for a seamless look

    • 6W PAR16 saves 44 watts of energy when compared to a standard 50W halogen MR16*

    • Emits virtually no UV/IR light in the beam

    • Lowers maintenance costs by reducing re-lamp frequency

    • Will not fade colors, avoids inventory spoilage

    Additional Information

    SKU 423509
    UPC Code 046677423506
    Manufacturer Philips
    Base GU10
    Beam Angle (deg.) 25
    Beam Spread Flood FL
    Bulb Type LED Bulbs
    Color White
    Color Temperature (K) 3000K
    Dimmable Compatibility Dimmable
    Luminous Flux (LM) 300
    Rated Life (Hours) 25000
    Shape PAR16
    Voltage (V) 120V
    Wattage (W) 6W

    Customer Reviews

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    5 5/5 1
    I thought about going for cheaper bulbs, but so far i'm pleased with these. Very cool, bright light that is basically indistinguishable from standard non-lv bulbs. It's a cooler color, but I think I like it with my more modern decor. (Posted on 2/6/13)
    Great LED Review by
    5 4/5 1
    So, we have 50 watt halogen bulbs all around the house. We use the lights in the living and kitchen the most. 8 in LR & 6 in kitchen. The halogens last anywhere from 3 months to almost 2 years (what quality control). They are hot, especially in the kitchen we can feel the heat standing under them.

    Right now we are testing 1 bulb. Its been up for 5 days and I really like the LED bulb.

    My hope is that there will be a lot less replacing bulbs. Also expect that the kitchen and LR will be cooler in the summer... those halogens produce ALOT of heat.
    (Posted on 2/1/13)

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