Philips LED Bulb E27 Edison Screw
A Quality Regular Screw LED Bulb for Everyday Lighting
These Philips E27 LED bulbs are an effective replacement for all existing light bulbs with a standard screw base. These 'Edison Screw' light bulbs are often marked 'E27' or 'ES'. If that's not what you are after, we also stock Bayonet B22 LED Bulbs.
Step 1: Choose a Size & Wattage
The following is a guide to the size and brightness of these globes. It shows how the Philips E27 LED bulb compares to an old-style incandescent globe.
Regular Size Bulbs - these globes come in the standard 'A60' size format and shape as pictured in the main image above:
- 6W = 40W
- 8W = 60W
- 10W = 75W
Large Size Bulbs - these globes are brighter but also physically larger than those listed above. See the specs table for their exact dimensions:
- 14.5W = 120W
- 19W = 160W (jumbo size!)
Philips LED Bulb Sizes Compared. The 14.5W and 19W globes are taller and wider than the regular bulb size.
Step 2: Choose Your Preferred Colour
You can now choose from Warm White (3000K) or Cool Daylight (6500K).
See drop-down menu options at the top of this page.
This Philips Screw Cap LED Bulb is non-dimmable. If you use dimmer switches, we recommend you browse our dimmable LED lights.
Say Goodbye to Old 'Energy Saver' Light Globes
Energy saver or compact fluorescent (CFL) light globes were the first wave of energy-efficient lighting. Unfortunately, they have many problems and limitations.
Contrast this with the new Philips E27 LED light bulbs:
OLD CFL 'Energy Savers'
NEW Philips LED Bulbs
|Time to full brightness||Up to 1 minute||Instant-on|
|Actual energy saving||75% or less energy saving||Over 80% energy saving|
|Typical lifetime||10,000 hours||15,000 hours|
|Lighting colour||Often only 'stark' white||Warm or cool white options|
|Aesthetics||Often strange shapes||Regular light bulb shape|
|Toxic material||Contains Mercury||No toxic material|
Philips E27 LED Bulb Benefits
In summary, switching to a Philips Edison Screw LED Bulb has the following benefits:
- Maximum light output as soon as you flip the switch.
- Over 80% energy saving compared to incandescent.
- The beam of light is free of infra-red (no heat radiated), and ultra-violet (fabric and items under this light won't fade).
- Philips ES LED bulbs are manufactured without any hazardous materials, making them a safe and sustainable choice.
- They are designed to fit and work with existing sockets and fixtures.
- These LEDs last 15 times longer than incandescent bulbs. That's about 15 years when used 3 hours per day, every day.
- Unlike other low-quality products that are flooding the market, you can trust the Philips quality.
Specifications - E27 LED Light Bulbs
|Power Consumption||6W, 8W, 10W, 14.5W, 19W
(equivalent to 40W, 60W, 75W, 120W & 160W)
|Light Output||Warm White 3000K: 560, 770, 1020, 1650, 2150 lumens
Daylight 6500K: 580, 770, 1055, 1800, 2300
|Fitting Type||Edison Screw E27, see also Bayonet B22 LED|
|Shape||6W, 8W, 10W = A60 (regular bulb shape)
14.5W = A67 (slightly larger globe)
19W = A80 (large light bulb)
|Colour Temperature||Warm White (3000K) or Cool Daylight (6500K)|
|Colour rendering index (CRI)||80|
|Dimmable||No, see also dimmable LED globes|
|Dimensions||6W, 8W, 10W = 110mm x 60mm wide
14.5W = 138mm x 69mm wide
19W = 154mm x 80mm wide
Will it fit in my existing fitting?
The Philips Screw LED bulbs are designed to fit in most fixtures. See the specifications table for dimensions. If you need a smaller globe see our complete range of LED candles & light bulbs. 'Candle' and 'stick' shapes are two options that are slightly narrower than these light bulbs.
Why do the wattages of these Edison Screw bulbs keep changing?
These Philips LED bulbs are continually undergoing improvements. For example, a 10W bulb purchased a few years ago became a 9W. The very same model now uses just 8W's of power!
To avoid any confusion, check the equivalent wattage which is shown in brackets. That way you can't go wrong - you'll get the same light output at the lowest wattage possible.
For simplicity, we have kept our 'equivalent wattages' to those of old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs. Please be aware that Philips has now started printing different light bulb equivalent wattages on some of the boxes. We're staying away from those for now because they produce somewhat confusing comparative numbers like 55W, 68W and 83W. See the images section at the top of this page for details.