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40w

Review

GE 40W Replacement Vintage-Style Filament LED

For classic lighting ambiance, GE's Vintage-Style LED does the job, but there are better bulbs out there if you just need something simple to throw beneath a lampshade.

By January 13, 2016

3.5 stars Editors' rating January 13, 2016

MSRP: $19.98

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Saffron's 40W Replacement LED is an incandescent look-alike (pictures)

With LED tech packed inside an old-school glass globe, this light compromises nothing in terms of aesthetics.

6 Images By February 17, 2015

Review

Saffron 40W Replacement LED

Unless you insist on bulbs that look as traditional as possible, there's no reason to choose Saffron over stronger offerings from Philips, Cree and Osram.

By February 17, 2015

2.5 stars Editors' rating February 17, 2015
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Osram's 40W Replacement Ultra LED shines (pictures)

This 40W replacement keeps things simple and offers solid value.

8 Images By December 4, 2014

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A lot to like about Osram's 40W Replacement Ultra LED

For value in the lighting aisle, this bulb looks like a winner

By December 4, 2014

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Turning on Feit's 40W Replacement LED (pictures)

This shimmering LED puts design first.

8 Images By December 2, 2014

Review

Osram 40W Replacement Ultra LED

All in all, Osram's 40W replacement is a simple bulb that offers very solid value in its class.

By December 4, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating December 4, 2014
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Feit Electric 40W Replacement LED

With poor performance, a highly impractical design and less value than the competition, this LED isn't one we'd recommend.

By December 2, 2014

2 stars Editors' rating December 2, 2014
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While the image quality of the Westinghouse LTV-40W1HDC didn't blow us away, its well-integrated DVD player should be a boon for kids.

While the image quality of the Westinghouse LTV-40W1HDC didn't blow us away, its well-integrated DVD player should be a boon for kids.

May 21, 2008

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"Bulbageddon" claims another victim (and it isn't incandescents)

Citing rising efficiency standards and a changing market, GE Lighting plans to shake up the lighting aisle this year -- and an entire category is about to get squeezed out as a result.

By February 1, 2016