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LED Contractor Series - A19 - 14 Watt -100W Equiv - 1500 Lumens

LED Contractor Series - A19 - 14 Watt -100W Equiv - 1500 Lumens
SKU: LEDA19S1000038150
MPN: LED14A19F10YV
BRAND: Sylvania
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Case Qty 1
Clearance Clearance
Country Of Origin China
Base Type E26
Shape A19
CRI 80
Life Hours 11,000 Hours
Light Source LED
Lumens per Watt 107 lm/W
Lumens 1,500 Lumens
Lumens Range 1,500 - 3,000 Lumens
Watt Equivalent 100 Watt
Voltage 120 V
Warranty 3 Year
Wattage 14 W
Color 3000K Soft White
Color 5000K Cool White
Features Instant On
Features Mercury Free
Features Suitable for Damp Locations
Features Warranty
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Approvals and Listings ETL Listed
Approvals and Listings RoHS Compliant
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Brand Sylvania
  • Details

    This 14 Watt Contractor Series LED emits the same level of brightness as a 100 Watt incandescent bulb. The familiar shape is ideal for use in lamps and other home lighting. Available in 3500K and 5000K.

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  • 2 Reviews

    2 Reviews

    • 5
      Excellent

      Posted by 4whldrv on Jan 28th 2019

      The 35k is a hard color to find. For me it is bright white not too yellow not too hard as 5k is in a room. Excellent bulbs

    • 5
      Great light & great price.

      Posted by DW on Jan 9th 2019

      Went to Lowes lately to get some more LED lights and they do not stock the selection that they did 6 months ago. All they had was 2700K & 5000K lights. 2700K is too yellow for me and 5000K is really harsh. Got these 3500K lights and they give a white enough light to be able to read the fine print without being harsh.

This 14 Watt Contractor Series LED emits the same level of brightness as a 100 Watt incandescent bulb. The familiar shape is ideal for use in lamps and other home lighting. Available in 3500K and 5000K.

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by 4whldrv on Jan 28th 2019

    The 35k is a hard color to find. For me it is bright white not too yellow not too hard as 5k is in a room. Excellent bulbs

  • 5
    Great light & great price.

    Posted by DW on Jan 9th 2019

    Went to Lowes lately to get some more LED lights and they do not stock the selection that they did 6 months ago. All they had was 2700K & 5000K lights. 2700K is too yellow for me and 5000K is really harsh. Got these 3500K lights and they give a white enough light to be able to read the fine print without being harsh.

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