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Philips LED with Warm Glow Dimmable Light

Traditional looks

Plenty bright

Efficiency

Maximum brightness

Minimum brightness

Warranty

Price point

The newest LED from Philips is a low-cost Cree competitor that offers a unique twist on dimming. Click through for a closer look.

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No futuristic, flattened design here -- the Philips Warm Glow LED is a classically-shaped light bulb aimed at fans of incandescents.

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At max brightness, you'll get well over 800 lumens from the Warm Glow LED.

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That brightness is impressive, given that the Warm Glow LED draws less than 10 watts. That makes it good for nearly 90 lumens per watt.

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With the light dimmed all the way up, the bulb shines at a yellowy 2,700K.

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Dim the light down, though, and the color temperature falls towards the reddish-orange end of the spectrum. Here it is at its minimum setting -- about 1,900K.

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Unlike previous Philips LEDs, the Warm Glow LED comes with a 10-year warranty, matching the warranty offered by the Cree 60W replacement LED.

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The Philips Warm Glow LED will retail for $10 at Home Depot starting this March.

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