About this item
- 40W equivalent
- Lasts 13 years (based on 3 hours use per day)
- Dimmable LED light bulbs for home
- Soft white light
- EnergyStar rated
The GE LED 3.5W Clear Finish Decorative Small Base Light Bulb (Soft White, 4 pk.) offers outstanding energy efficiency, long-lasting performance and just-right brightness.
What Features Can I Expect in GE LED Light Bulbs?
With its aesthetic design, GE's Soft White LED 40W replacement clear decorative light bulb complements your fixture, adding style to your home even when the light is off. Because of their long life and low energy use, GE LED light bulbs for the home will save you money on your energy bill.
Since GE LED bulbs are dimmable, you can illuminate your home with soft, warm light with bright light for the best visibility. This candelabra-base GE LED decorative bulb is perfect for indoor chandeliers, sconces and fixtures.
The GE LED 3.5W Clear Finish Decorative Small Base Light Bulb is the equivalent of a 40-watt tungsten bulb. As a decorative, small base light bulb, it will fit in many decorative fixtures.
With a clear finish glass bulb, these GED LED light bulbs produce a soft white color.
What Makes These LED Light Bulbs Different from Other Bulbs?
Compared to incandescent (tungsten filament) bulbs, the GE LED 3.5W Clear Finish Decorative Small Base Light Bulb has a much longer expected life. Based on three hours of use per day, these bulbs can be expected to last for about 13 years. By comparison, incandescent bulbs have an expected lifetime use of 750-2,000 hours, or under two years.
As an EnergyStar product -- meaning it meets energy-efficiency standards -- these LED bulbs will save you about $60 annually, compared to similar non-LED items.
Another environmental advantage: unlike compact fluorescent bulbs (CFL), these LED bulbs are mercury-free.
Founded by inventor Thomas Edison in 1890, GE has been at the forefront of lighting innovation. Today, GE manufactures a range of lighting options, including Internet-capable smart light bulbs that can be customized, scheduled and controlled remotely; or GE's LED daylight bulbs, which emit the same full spectrum of light as natural sunlight.