Philips LED Golf Ball Bulb B15 3.5W Dimmable

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Replace Golf Ball Shape B15 Bulbs With LED

This dimmable B15 bulb is a high-quality replacement for existing Small Bayonet Cap (SBC) lamps. The transparent filament globe looks great and works well in various light fittings owing to its compact size. Its features include:

  • Fits Small Bayonet Cap B15 light bulb sockets
  • Works with or without dimmer switches
  • Over 90% energy savings compared to old 40W B15 golf ball globes
  • Warm White (2700K) Colour Temperature

These light bulbs are about the same size as a golf ball (4.5cm across) - hence their name. They're also referred to as 'small round' or 'fancy round' B15 globes. You can use them in chandeliers, space-constrained light fittings, Hollywood mirrors, path lights and elsewhere.

Specifications - Philips LED Filament Bulb B15

Fitting Type Small Bayonet Cap (SBC) B15
Voltage 220-240V AC
Shape P45 / G45 (golf ball shape)
Power Usage 3.5W
Equivalent Wattage 40W
Light Output 470 lumens
Lifetime 15,000 hours
Colour Temperature Warm White (2700K)
Dimmable Yes
Dimensions 78mm x 45mm wide
Installation Self-installation
Product Identifiers Philips LEDclassic 40W P45 2700K B15 D CL AU; 929003013479, 8719514377455.
Further Details Datasheet (PDF)
Warranty 2 Years

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Customer Reviews

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Alistair Wilson
Only place I found some SBC / B15 golf ball lamps

Lights look good and work well

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Paul
Philips golf ball LEDs dimmable

Excellent globes nice colour & dimmable function works great across light fitting with 6 globes, they all dim nicely together.

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john pearson
Dimming still a hard challenge

All great with the bulb except the interaction with a dimming touch lamp produced unusable results.

Not a terrible outcome but be aware that the assumptions built into some devices mean the new bulbs just don’t work like you would like.

Needed to track down some incandescents to use in this lamp, sadly.

So the bulbs were great, the service was great but it’s a cautionary tale that the old problems with the interactions between old devices and new bulbs remains a hard challenge and, for me, this time, it was a fail. Worth the attempt thought I think.

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