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Philips 75W Replacement SlimStyle LED

The Philips 75W Replacement SlimStyle LED is a bigger, brighter version of last year's 60W replacement of the same name. Click through for a closer look.

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Slim profile

The SlimStyle features a flattened down design that distributes the diodes along the perimeter of the bulb. This helps it manage heat more effectively, and cost less to manufacturer.

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Skinny siblings

The design is unchanged from the original bulb, save for the fact that the new version is slightly larger. Both versions weigh less than 3 ounces.

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Light specs

The new SlimStyle puts out 1100 lumens from 13 watts, which is a noticeable step up from the 800 lumens that you get with the original SlimStyle.

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Dim spots

Like the original, you might notice slight dim spots to each side of the bulb.

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Dim spots accented

The dim spots are easier to see when we adjust the brightness of the shot to accent them.

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Lamp logic

Of course, you could always just rotate the bulb to put them out of sight.

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Price point

The Philips 75W Replacement SlimStyle LED will retail for $13 per bulb -- less than any other 75W replacement LED we've tested. Does that make it a smart buy? Read our full review for the full story.

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