With a lot of incandescent light bulbs, you'll notice a distinctively warm and "orangey" tone as you dim things down low. That's the effect that Philips is trying to capture with its "Warm Glow" line of LED light bulbs, including this $9 candelabra bulb. Dim the light down, and the color temperature will drop deep into the orange end of the spectrum, giving you a similar sort of candle-like glow.
That's a neat trick that you won't get with other candelabra LEDs in the lighting aisle, but I'm not sure that it's enough to justify buying in. Simply put, the Philips Warm Glow LED didn't perform well in our tests -- namely our heat test, where it finished dead last out of eleven bulbs. On top of that, it isn't quite as bright as the majority of your other options, and it isn't rated to last as long, either, with a promise of 15,000 hours as opposed to the more common 25,000 hours.
Above all, the price of this LED is still off-putting. $9 is a high ask, especially considering that you'll likely need to buy several of them. Unfortunately, that's largely true of the category of the whole. Your cheapest option is the standard Philips candelabra LED, which sells in a $10 three-pack at Home Depot. That bulb isn't dimmable, though, and the cheapest dimmable options only cost about $2 less than the Warm Glow LED.