A60 Amber LED Filament Bulb E27 4W

A60 Amber LED Filament Bulb E27 4W

SKU: YTV3B-CW38H

5.30

Enjoy a vintage look of old-fashioned cozy lighting, with the energy-efficiency benefits of LED.
4W
Warm White
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With the A60 LED Filament Bulb you can enjoy the attractive retro look of old-fashioned cozy lighting, with the energy-efficiency benefits of LED. Perfect for use in kitchens, dining rooms, living rooms, bedrooms and hallways. It features beautiful uniform light that provides exceptional color quality at 2700K (Warm White) color temperature, making your home appear vibrant, rich and natural.

    Specifications
    Light Source LED
    Lumens 360
    Wattage 4
    Light Color Temperature 2700K (Warm White)
    Glass Color Amber
    Bulb Shape A60
    Base E27
    Voltage 165-265V
    CRI 80
    Beam Angle 360°
    Material Aluminum with Amber Glass Cover
    IP Rating IP20
    Startup Time Instant
    Dimensions 60*108MM
    RoHS Compliance Yes
    CE certified Yes

    Lighting Facts Per Bulb


    Brightness 360 lumens

    Energy Consumption 4 watts

    CFL (Energy Saver) Equivalent Consumption 6.7 watts

    Halogen Equivalent Consumption 33.3 watts

    Incandescent Equivalent Consumption 40.0 watts

    Estimated Yearly Energy Cost Calculator
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    What is color temperature?

    Color temperature is identified as the warmth or coolness of a light source and determines the color a light bulb emits. Warmer light colors give us a feeling of coziness and relaxation at a small cost of brightness. Cooler color temperatures provide more alertness and attention to fine detail and help us feel more aware, however can be more tiring after a couple of hours.

    A60 Amber LED Filament Bulb E27 4W

    How Does This Affect Your Home?

    Choosing the right light color temperatures for your rooms can have a very lasting effect, both visually and mentally. Below you can find a short guide on common living areas and their suggested color temperatures. Of course nothing is set in stone and one can select based on their preferences and designs.

    Living Spaces – Living rooms, bedrooms, and reading rooms should all use warmer lighting. 2200K-3000K lamps will give facial features a softer look, and the warmer light offers a cozy, relaxing atmosphere.

    Bathrooms – We don’t like to see the flaws in ourselves, but the bathroom mirror is where we want to be harshest about our looks. Use a 4500-6500K bulb around your bathroom mirror to highlight problem areas while shaving or adding makeup. It’s not pleasant, but if we look our best under the harshest lights, we’ll look even better under the softer tones of other lights. Just keep in mind that higher color temperatures will also show off dust and dirt more easily. Use a 2700K or 3000K bulb in the main overhead lamp to help the bathroom look cleaner (and also giving you a more relaxing light to bathe with).

    Closets – The light in the closet is important for choosing how we’ll look throughout the day. A 5500-7000K bulb is suggested here. The light is closer to what you’ll see while outside during the day and you’ll get a truer sense of how your clothing looks and works together under more natural lighting conditions.

    Kitchen – Lighting here is tricky and depends on personal preference. The cooler spectrum of light (anything over 4500K) helps us stay attentive and provides more attention to detail but can make the food look less appealing. Warmer light (below 3500K) provides a more relaxing atmosphere but provides less attention to detail.

    Garages – Anything over 4500K is suggested as this helps us stay attentive and alert.