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Philips LED Frosted Flicker-Free A19

Soft White Light, Light Output, Non Dimmable, 450 Lumen, Eyecomfort Technology, Energy Efficient

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BVR Rating 4,110 reviews


  • Comes with 80 percent less energy that makes it last longer
  • Features a versatile design that makes it suitable for various purposes
  • Equipped with Mercury-free material that provides safety


  • May be too bright

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Analysis of 4k+ reviews for Philips LED Frosted Flicker-Free A19


BestViewsReviews analyzed 118,982 reviews for 154 products in the LED Bulbs category.


We analyzed a total of 4,110 reviews for this product out of which, 50 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 78% reviews were positive while around 19% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Philips LED Frosted Flicker-Free A19


This product received a total score of 9.44 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:

  • Build quality
  • Color range
  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Energy efficiency
  • Light output
  • Longevity
  • Overall performance
  • Packaging
  • Value for money
  • Users of this product said

    I have over 70 of these in service throughout my house and not a single one has failed or dimmed, including in some totally enclosed fixtures which you aren't supposed to do for heat and lifetime reasons.

    These bulbs byPhillips, lasting up to twenty years, use over 80% less energy than incandescents, and have virtually no heat output, and are the perfect example of this new and exciting trend., "These bulbs byPhillips, lasting up to twenty years, use over 80% less energy than

    These 5000 K "daylight" bulbs produce 800 lumens, and are a bit less focused than many LEDs, so they seem to be less likely to spread light over a wider area.

    The bulb I put in on my closet emits light, but only after several attempts, and it's rated on a scale of brightness and whiteness, like printer paper.

    I have only used them in lighting for our bathroom and other areas around the house that have open fixtures, because they don't say anything about being compatible with totally enclosed fixture on the packaging.

    Question & Answers


    Is it a little bit yellow or white light?


    Daylight bulbs help elderly people see better, but they can be unflattering. Other than that, daylight must be used carefully as it can be unflattering.


    I want to know the Medium Screw Base.


    I know there are multiple "standards", but if it makes it clearer, these work in all my table lamps in the house plus all the overhead lights that don't need chandelier type bulbs or floodlights.


    Is it possible to use these in an enclosed can light?


    It depends on the temperature of the light source, and the tiny chips of mostly Silicon that are the light source get hotter, which allows more current to flow, which allows more current to flow.


    Is the bulb instant on?


    I bought an 8 pack 40 watt soft white for my bath room and these come on all at once, which is much better than previous curley bulbs that were not consistent.


    What are the kelvins for model #461129?


    It's soft white and can be too bright in some rooms.

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