60 watt equivalent using only 9 watts; 750 Lumens of soft white light
Excellent in all lamps and fixtures; beautiful when on or off
2700K color temperature matches the color of existing incandescent bulbs
Instant on at full brightness with wide light beam
High efficiency LED stays cool versus incandescent bulbs
Bioluz LED introduces our new ECO Series A19 LED light bulbs. With a standard medium screw base and near identical incandescent light quality, the ECO Series is the perfect bulb, at the right price, to replace your high-energy consuming incandescent bulbs, or your harsh, mercury containing CFLs.
Replaces either 60W (using 9w) or 40W (using 6w), Bioluz LED’s new ECO Series offers superior energy savings versus the competition at a price point that makes sense today.
Don’t settle for less!
The ECO Series offers beautifully styled lamps for your home and office. Warm and bright, Bioluz LED high performance lamps offer aesthetically pleasing designs combined with quality and energy efficiency. Now for the first time, add Bioluz LED energy efficient ECO Series LEDs to your home or office while maintaining the cosmetic beauty, brightness and color you've come to love.
What are Lumens and Kelvins?
Lumens are a measurement of how much light is generated – or brightness – each lumen emits approximately the same amount of light as one candle.
Kelvin represents the "color" (which is based on the temperature) of the light.
Bioluz LEDs are manufactured so that our 2700K (2700 Kelvin) bulbs are nearly identical in color to incandescent bulbs. Our 3000K bulbs are designed to match halogen bulbs.
We’ve found that bulbs which are 4-5000K generate a bluish tint on objects (like at a hospital or office building) and are not as comforting in a home.
Many brands sell and market higher Kelvin (4-5000) bulbs with lower lumens to make them "appear" brighter. Bioluz LED manufactures the correct color bulbs with exceptionally bright, energy efficient LEDs, so you get the color and brightness you're accustomed to without the harsh effect of higher color temperatures.