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Light bulbs & accessories

Light bulbs that show your home in a better light

LED light bulbs are brilliant! You save money because they use less electricity and last longer than the old, incandescent bulbs. Many are dimmable and with a long life-time up to 25 000 hours, and you can choose a warmer or cooler light and clear or opal glass. Check out our rechargeable batteries and other accessories here, too.

The right light from a home furnishing point of view:
Learn how to choose the right light
Technical product information LED bulbs – LEDARE (PDF)

Do you need help choosing your LED light bulbs?
Learn how to choose the right light
 
HALOGEN bulb E14, clear Power: 28 W Package quantity: 2 pieces
HALOGEN
bulb E14
THB 129
/2 pieces
Power: 28 W, Package quantity: 2 pieces
HALOGEN bulb G4 standard Power: 20 W Package quantity: 2 pieces Voltage: 12 V
HALOGEN
bulb G4 standard
THB 99
/2 pieces
Power: 20 W, Package quantity: 2 pieces, Voltage: 12 V
HALOGEN bulb G4 standard Power: 10 W Package quantity: 2 pieces Voltage: 12 V
HALOGEN
bulb G4 standard
THB 99
/2 pieces
Power: 10 W, Package quantity: 2 pieces, Voltage: 12 V
HALOGEN bulb G9, clear Power: 18 W Package quantity: 2 pieces
HALOGEN
bulb G9
THB 129
/2 pieces
Power: 18 W, Package quantity: 2 pieces
HALOGEN bulb GY 6.35 standard Power: 35 W Package quantity: 2 pieces Voltage: 12 V
HALOGEN
bulb GY 6.35 standard
THB 119
/2 pieces
Power: 35 W, Package quantity: 2 pieces, Voltage: 12 V
How bright is the bulb?
Check lumens, not watts.
The number of lumens (lm) tells you about light output – how bright a bulb is. The higher the lumens, the brighter the bulb. Modern LED bulbs use much less electricity than the old incandescent ones. Our 400lm LED bulbs, for example, only use 7W of electrical power. But the light they produce feels the same as the light from the old 40W incandescent bulbs.
Learn how to choose the right light
 
LEDARE LED bulb E14, globe opal white Luminous flux: 200 lm Power: 3.5 W
New
LEDARE
LED bulb E14
THB 299
Luminous flux: 200 lm, Power: 3.5 W
LEDARE LED bulb E14, sign clear Luminous flux: 80 lm Power: 2.3 W
LEDARE
LED bulb E14
THB 159
Luminous flux: 80 lm, Power: 2.3 W
Less energy, longer lifetime.
LEDARE bulbs use 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer than incandescent types. So you can choose them by light output – in LUMEN – rather than by energy consumption (Watts). Watts measures the energy consumption. Our light bulbs consumes from 2-16,5W.
Learn how to choose the right light
 
LEDARE LED bulb E14, twisted clear, chandelier Luminous flux: 90 lm Power: 2.3 W
LEDARE
LED bulb E14
THB 159
Luminous flux: 90 lm, Power: 2.3 W
LEDARE LED bulb E27, globe opal white, dimmable Luminous flux: 1000 lm Diameter: 95 mm Power: 16.5 W
LEDARE
LED bulb E27
THB 499
/95 mm
Luminous flux: 1000 lm, Diameter: 95 mm, Power: 16.5 W
LEDARE LED bulb E27, globe clear, dimmable Luminous flux: 600 lm Power: 10 W
LEDARE
LED bulb E27
THB 299
Luminous flux: 600 lm, Power: 10 W
LEDARE LED bulb E27, globe opal white, dimmable Luminous flux: 600 lm Power: 10 W
LEDARE
LED bulb E27
THB 299
Luminous flux: 600 lm, Power: 10 W
We’re changing our light bulbs
so you’ll rarely have to.
By 2016 we’ll switch all the light bulbs we sell to LED. Why? Because LED is the most energy-efficient lighting there is. It uses 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs. Imagine if we all made the switch to LED? Together, we’d save a lot of money on electricity and a lot of energy!
 

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