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Thread: Do any 'known' bands to a 100w equivalent LED lamp

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    Lightbulb Do any 'known' bands to a 100w equivalent LED lamp

    I am slowly replacing the CFL's in the pendants and free-standing lamps in my home with warm-white LED's (as the CFL's die), one of the reason I wait is I need to equivalent of a 100w tungsten lamp which none of the trusted brands seem to do and instead have to use 60w equivalents and take a hit on the brightness.

    I have to replace the pendant anyway (as its the square CFL connector) so can use either connector (though ES makes more sense for future-proofing)

    Have I missed any? (Ideally dim-able one way or another)
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    What sort of lumens are you looking for. And what fitting Bayonet, E27 GU10 etc. I guess its more likely to be either E27 or Bayonet.
    We do a 9W 780 Lumen bulb, currently in E27 format but if you need 5 or more should be able to do them with bayonet fitting though lead time might be a bit longer.
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    Thanks for coming back so fast.

    I'm currently using a E27 9 watt with 850 lumen's, I'm looking for more like 1600

    http://www.ledhut.co.uk/led-bulbs/e2...-led-bulb.html

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    Philips MasterLED 18W is 100W equivalent. We have some previous generation (with the funky yellow phosphor) that are 20W. The new ones are the same lumen output for less in.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-MAST.../dp/B00K237NR8

    Very bright (1521 lumens).

    Jim

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    Perfect, thank you!

    Funny thing is, it's free delivery over 20 quid, but it costs ...19.99!
    Last edited by back_ache; 21st May 2015 at 03:10 PM.

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    Beware the Philips A-frame bulbs. There are loads of reports of them cutting out for a few seconds when they get hot (see Amazon reviews, many different people mentioning it).

    I believe they've been withdrawn, pending a revised version.

    The good thing is, lots of people are selling the old version very cheaply at the moment, if you can live with the fault.

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    Thanks for that, I would of been annoyed if I'd bought one and it did that, it would definitely be a fail from a "partner acceptance factor" perspective

    Funnilly I did wonder why something of that concentration of power hadn't got cooling fins

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