Light quality : Philips LEDs were designed to provide a consistent quality of light over time. They will keep shining almost as brightly as they did when new for most of their lifetime.
Wattage and brightness : Wattage does not measure brightness, it measures power consumption. LED bulbs emit the same amount of light as traditional light bulbs. When selecting LED bulbs, look at light output, which is measured in lumens (lm). It’s indicated on our packaging.
Light color: LED technology has evolved significantly. Today, Philips LED lights are available in a variety of white colors – everything from warm white yellow through to cool blue. You can choose a LED light that shines with the familiar warm glow of a traditional lightbulb – or go for one that mimics natural light.
Cost saving, energy efficiency: Today, LED bulbs are closer in price to traditional conventional bulbs, they use less energy and last longer thus pay off.. Philips LED bulbs last up to 15,000 20,000 hours, which is 15 years when used 2.7 hours per day on average. If a bulb is on for three-and-a-half hours per day, it will last for 15 years. Philips LED bulbs consume about 80% less energy than conventional bulbs. So, you can ‘ll soon enjoy significant savings on your energy bill.