Toshiba 8A19/27F-UP LED Light Bulb, A19 E26, 120V, 8.4W (40W Equivalent) - Dimmable - 2700K - 450 Lumens
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The Toshiba 8A19/27F-UP LED Light Bulb is a great LED light bulb that is a direct replacement for your standard incandescent light bulbs. This great LED light bulb operates on just 8.4 watts but is equivalent to a 40 watt incandescent light bulb. This amazing LED light bulb uses 79% less energy than incandescent light bulbs. Toshiba LED light bulbs are also backed by a 5 year warrant against lumen output decreasing. With other manufacturers in the LED lighting industry the lumen output is not guaranteed for any period of time they only state initial lumen output rating. With Toshiba you get a guarantee that the lumen output will decrease over a period of 5 years. Toshiba LED light bulbs also feature the Phillips Chip Set that provides unmatched reliability.
One of the major challenges with LED lighting for homes was creating a color that was ideal for lighting a home. Initial LED lamps produced a harsh bright white light that was not comfortable for home lighting. This Toshiba LED light bulb has a color temperature of 2700K giving it a color of cool white. A major difference between Toshiba to other manufacturers is that Toshiba's LED light bulbs are dimmable. The dimmers that are suggested for use with this LED light bulb are: Lutron Diva DV-600P, Lutron Diva DVCL-153P, Lutron Diva DVELV-300P, Lutron NovaT NTLV-600, Lutron NovaT NTELV-600, Lutron Skylark SLV-600P, Lutron Skylark SELV-300P, and Wattstopper DCD267.
We here at Westside Wholesale only offer the best products on the market and up until now have been hesitant to offer LED light bulbs, but with the Toshiba LED light bulb we can confidently say that this is the best LED light bulb on the market today. Switch to Toshiba LED light bulbs today and you will not be disappointed.
• Direct replacement for 40W incandescent lamps
• 450 Series
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