LED bulb GX53 1000 lumen, warm dimming/adjustable beam angle2700 K

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LEDARE LED bulb GX53 1000 lumen, warm dimming/adjustable beam angle, 2700 K

Whether relaxing or working, this light is suitable. It has two modes, allowing you to choose either general lighting or a concentrated light over a smaller surface. And the light is dimmable.

Article Number803.650.91

Product details

The bulb has two settings so you can choose if you want a broad or narrow beam of light, depending on whether you want general lighting or concentrated lighting on a smaller area.

The LED light source consumes up to 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

As the light can be dimmed, you are able to choose lighting suitable for every occasion.

The more you dim LEDARE bulb, the warmer the light gets, so you can easily create a soft and cozy light.

Helps lower your electric bill because dimming the lights saves energy.

To switch between spreading the light wide or narrow, turn and choose one of the two modes located on the light bulb.


Lights up immediately when switched on.

When the light bulb is dimmed, Kelvin (the color temperature of the light) automatically decreases, which provides a warmer light.

LED life approx. 25,000 hours.

Light color: warm white (2700 Kelvin).

The light bulb can be used in temperatures from 0°F (-20°C) to 100°F (40°C).


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number803.650.91
  • Polycarbonate/ABS plastic

  • We only offer LED bulbs in our range.

    Contains no mercury.

    Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.


Color temperature: 2700 K

Luminous flux: 1000 lm

Max. beam angle: 110 °

Min. beam angle: 36 °

Power: 11.0 W

    LED bulb GX53 1000 lumenArticle no803.650.91

    Width: 4 ½ " (11 cm)

    Height: 1 ¾ " (5 cm)

    Length: 5 ½ " (14 cm)

    Weight: 5 oz (0.15 kg)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

Does the trickElizabethNot a big fan of proprietary devices or accessories but as for quality of life, this seems to be doing pretty well.4
Use a dimmerCoach LesterI installed these in my basement and the colour seems quite yellow. I wish they had a 3000K version. Please IKEA make a 3000K version please3
Literally crumbledjess_pI bought this about a year ago to go with the sjopenna floor lamp. After about 6 months it started flashing and acting weird, so I just turned it off and stopped using it as I had other lamps, and I didn't want to make a trip out to Ikea just to replace a light. Today I was going to ikea, so I decided to pull the light out so I could have it for reference when buying a new one; when I went to take the light out of the socket, it literally crumbled in my hand. Absolutely shockingly bad quality.1
BrokeKaelnKoleMy husband had to return it as it didn’t work when we got home1
light bulb?IrkedHmm. That's the LED fixture necessary for the $40 Majorna lamp I just bought unaware it needs a second piece (not just a bulb). Insufficient labeling I would say. So the actual functioing lamp is about $50 (plus two trips to Ikea). Argh.1

It shouldn't be a luxury to live life in a sustainable way. That's why we at IKEA have decided to earn close to nothing on our bulbs called LEDARE, so we can have as low a price as possible.

LEDARE is a series of bulbs made with LED technology and compared to traditional incandescent bulbs they use up to 80% less energy. That makes a pretty big difference on an electric bill. And if you save energy, you save both your own and the earth's resources. We want everyone to be able to do that and high prices shouldn't get in the way! Don't low-energy bulbs do enough? Yes, low-energy bulbs are just as good at saving energy. But LED bulbs don't contain mercury, which is an extra plus for the environment and makes it easier for you to recycle. But right now you don't have to think about recycling. LEDs last for about 20,000 hours, which is the equivalent of 3 hours a day for 20 years!

The LED bulb combines all the good qualities of both traditional incandescent bulbs and low-energy bulbs. LEDs light up quickly with full brightness, use less energy, and can be used in clear glass for more decorative light sources. They give exactly the same Kelvin value as traditional incandescent bulbs.

What is a Kelvin value? Well, when we develop bulbs for home use, there are a few things that are important to think about. All our LED lights have 2700 Kelvin, which is exactly the same as a traditional incandescent bulb. The light is described as warm-white, which is the light most of us find comfortable in our homes. All bulbs at IKEA also have a CRI value over 90. That might not say that much to you, but it has to do with creating a light that represents colors accurately. None of us want to appear as if we have green skin, do we? Which would happen if the CRI value were under 80. That's why our suppliers choose only the diodes that have exactly these values, neither more nor less, when they manufacture light bulbs like LEDARE, or lamps with built-in LEDs.

Just because prices are low on LED bulbs doesn't have to mean that the light is so bad that people are uncomfortable in it. After all, we want to create a better everyday life at home. And preferably one that's sustainable, too!

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