This energy-efficient and long-lasting LED light bulb has a lifetime of approximately 25,000 hours and spreads a pleasant warm-white light that allows the room's natural colours to come into their own.
LED light bulbs are both energy efficient and long-lasting, with a lifetime of approximately 25,000 hours – two benefits that allow you to save money on both bulb replacements and electricity.
This LED light bulb spreads the same warm light as a traditional 25W light bulb – without flickering or emitting any sound. Just what you need to create a nice, cosy atmosphere in the room.
The colour rendering index (CRI) of a light bulb defines how well the light reflects true colours. A value above 80 is good and close to a natural light. This light bulb has an index of 90.
LED light bulbs are available with different colour temperatures that make the light feel more or less warm. This particular light bulb emits a warm-white light (2,700 Kelvin).
The outer casing is made of durable plastic and can withstand temperatures from -20°C to +40°C.
Illuminates at full power immediately when you turn the lamp on.
The light bulb is not dimmable.
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Remember to choose a bulb that fits in your lamp. Lamps usually have a large or small socket and our range has bulbs that fit in both types.
LED bulb E14 250 lumen
Energy efficiency class
Weighted energy consumption
Nominal luminous flux
Nominal life time
Number of switching cycles
Warm-up time to 60% of the full light output
Lamp mercury content
Website to consult in case of accidental lamp breakage
Rated luminous flux
Rated lamp life time
Lamp power factor
Lumen maintenace factor at the end of the nominal life
<0.3 sec seconds
Instructions on how to clean up lamp debris in case of accidental breakage
Recommendations on how to dispose of the lamp at its end of life
Do you usually stock up light bulbs at home? In case the light suddenly goes out. You don’t have to anymore. SOLHETTA LED lighting last longer, consume less energy and come at a lower price than previous range. This is definitely our best light source – so far.
But how does the equation higher quality and lower price add up?
“First and foremost, we have streamlined the supply since we have learnt what our customers want. Fewer types mean that they’re more cost-efficient to produce,” tells Gizem Harut, Product Developer in Lighting.
“And with good suppliers, we can contribute to developing the business so that the components for the light bulbs always improve.”
Forget lighting the next 20 years
Ever since we first introduced LED bulbs, we’ve continued to test and develop them, but SOLHETTA is a massive leap forward.
“Since they’re roughly 25 per cent more energy-efficient than previous versions you save money on your electricity bill.”
Another improvement is that each light bulb lasts longer, up to 25,000 hours.
“Let’s say you have your light on for a couple of hours per day; then you don’t have to change the light bulb for another 20 years. It also means that significantly fewer light sources need to be produced and discarded.”
More natural colours
All man-made light is actually an imitation of the best light source in the universe – the sun. Also indoors, we want as good light quality as possible, and CRI (Colour Rendering Index) is a way to measure how well a light source reproduces colours. It’s measured from 0 to 100 CRI, where 100 is perfect daylight.
“In the work with SOLHETTA we’ve managed to improve the colour reproduction of the LED light to 90 CRI in all types but one that measures 80 CRI. It gives a more natural and pleasant feeling – and shows the true colours of your home.”