E27 LED Bulbs
How much energy costs can I save with E27 LED?
You can save up to 90% in energy costs when you buy an E27 LED bulb, compared to an E27 incandescent bulbs. This is mainly because LED lights have a much lower power output to deliver the same performance. And that difference is often over 90%. LED bulbs also last much longer. To compare: an incandescent bulb has to be replaced after more than 1000 hours, while E27 LED lights last up to 15000 hours. So you could say that you save 15 light bulbs! And because E27 LED is so economical, you'll get the purchase price back within a year. In addition, LED is much better for the environment, as it does not contain any toxic substances. Also, LED bulbs do not become warm.
What should I pay attention to when buying an E27 LED bulb?
Are you looking to buy E27 LED bulbs online? At Any-Lamp, there are hundreds of bulbs to choose from, all from top international brands such as Noxion, Philips, Osram and Sylvania. What kind of E27 LED bulb are you looking for? Do you prefer an E27 LED bulb with frosted glass? Or do you prefer an E27 LED bulb with clear glass, so you can clearly see the LED filament (the orange carbon filaments)? In addition, there are several choices you can make in terms of colour temperature and shape of the E27 LED light. We all know the traditional pear shape. You can also choose the globe shape (round), a ball shape, edison, reflector or candle. Via the filter menu on the left-hand side of this page, you can easily and quickly filter the desired shape. You will then see all available products.
What colour temperature should I choose for my E27 LED bulbs?
For every situation, we have several E27 LED bulbs in the right colour temperature. For your convenience, the diagram below shows the light colours you can choose from and for which application(s) they are suitable. The lower the number of Kelvin, the warmer the light. Click on the desired colour temperature below and you will see an overview of all E27 LED products in the desired category.
|1800 - 2100 Kelvin||Corresponds to candlelight. Very atmospheric light. Areas of application: e.g. restaurants, hotels, living rooms, bedrooms.|
|2200 - 2500 Kelvin||Atmospheric light. Areas of application: e.g. restaurants, hotels, living rooms, bedrooms.|
|2700 Kelvin||Atmospheric light. Areas of application: e.g. restaurants, hotels, living rooms, bedrooms.|
|3000 Kelvin||Pleasant and welcoming light with a soft character. Suitable for areas such as corridors, waiting rooms and reception areas.|
|4000 Kelvin||Fresh and natural light. Especially suitable as illumination for a desk bulb or other places where sufficient light is required.|
|6500 Kelvin||Corresponds to natural daylight. Suitable for specific situations such as workshops or operating theatres.|
How do I replace my old E27 light bulb with an E27 LED bulb?
Replacing an old light bulb with an E27 socket with a new E27 LED bulb with the same E27 socket is incredibly easy! If you want to be sure that you will not notice any difference between the two bulbs after replacing them, check the wattage of your E27 light bulb. Based on this, you can find a suitable LED replacement with the right lumen value. In the table below we have listed a number of common wattage bulbs and the number of lumens of the LED variant. Always check what colour temperature your current bulb has.
|Wattage E27 Bulb||Number of lumens E27 LED|
|25 Watt||200 lumens|
|40 Watt||400 lumens|
|60 Watt||700 lumens|
|100 / 120 Watt||1.300 lumens|
Which E27 LED bulbs are dimmable?
Would you like to buy dimmable E27 LED lighting online? Then you are in the right place at Any-Lamp. With us, you choose from a very wide and diverse range of E27 LEDs that are dimmable. Again, there are various shapes and colour temperatures available. Want to know if a certain E27 bulb is dimmable? You can see this in the specifications of the product. There is also a symbol next to the product picture that says 'dimmable'. But it can be even easier. We have created a separate category where all dimmable E27 LED bulbs are listed. Click here to go to this page. You can also always use the filter menu (subtitle dimmable) on this page. NOTE: to dim E27 LED lights, you need a LED dimmer.
What is a dim to warm E27 LED bulb?
In the dimmable E27 LED bulb category, there are also products with so-called 'Dim to Warm' technology. Lighting of this type can not only be dimmed in their light intensity, but also in their colour temperature. For example, a warm white bulb (3000K) will soon produce an extra warm white light colour (2700K and less). You will find these products in our Dim to Warm LED bulb category.
What shapes are E27 LED bulbs available in?
E27 bulbs come in a wide variety of shapes. For your convenience, we have listed the most popular shapes below, such as the E27 LED pear shape, E27 LED globe, E27 LED reflector, E27 LED PAR or the E27 LED candle. Click on the desired shape to see all products. You can also always use the filter menu on the left side of the page.
|Pear||Most popular shape, since the first light bulb|
|Globe||Round shape, often used as mood lighting|
|Golf ball||Slightly smaller/compacter shape. Functional design|
|Stick||Used as ambient lighting, but also as LED HPL|
|Edison||Special design, serves primarily as ambient lighting|
|PAR||Has a flat top, are mainly LED spots|
|Reflector||Looks like a mushroom, functional light|
|Candle||Still very popular, especially as mood lighting|
How does an E27 smart LED bulb work?
Looking for E27 smart lighting? In our smart lighting category, there are various E27 smart LED bulbs available. These have the same appearance as an E27 LED bulb, but are much more diverse in terms of functionality. You can control E27 smart LED bulbs remotely and create your own atmosphere and style in any room, even when you are not (yet) at home. You can do this, for example, by switching between different colour temperatures or colours. You can also set timers. You control E27 smart LED lighting on your smartphone or tablet via a free App. It is also possible to link with Google, Amazon and Apple devices, so you can control your smart lighting with your own voice.