Saffron LED Filament Bulb, Super Warm Color, 6W, G95, 2200k
The past meets the present in the Saffron LED Filament Bulbs.
LEDs are radically more efficient than other types of bulbs. They "burn" cooler, they're much more energy efficient, and they don't have all the toxic chemicals. Unfortunately, a lot of LED light bulbs also have a downside: they're usually kind of ugly. That's where Saffron comes in.
Incandescent light bulbs have a variety of artistic and traditional designs, different color options, but they are notoriously inefficient.
CFL and LED bulbs are much more efficient, but they often lack the design and color options of incandescents.
The Saffron LED Filament Bulbs combine the artistic design and beautiful mood enhancing atmosphere of vintage light bulbs with the modern energy saving benefits of LEDs.
The Saffron Filament bulbs pack all the benefits of LED illumination into a beautiful work of art. The all-glass enclosure eliminates the ugly heat sink and ensures the best possible omnidirectional light output. The thin filament LEDs of the Saffron Filament bulbs, mimic incandescent bulbs better than any other LED light out right now.
|Efficiency||6-8 watts||13-15 watts||60 watts|
|Annual Cost*||$0.92 (7 watt bulb)||$1.84 (14 watt bulb)||$7.88 (60 watt bulb)|
|Low Operating Temps||Yes||Somewhat||No|
Not only do Saffron Filament bulbs mimic the design and color of incandescents but, since they don't us DC current, they will easily work with any dimmer switch just like incandescent bulbs.
Finally, you can get all the benefits of LEDs, without sacrificing the warm and inviting atmosphere of vintage incandescent bulbs. This is a bulb Edison would be proud of.
*based on national kw/H cost averages in the US at the time of creating this table.
Mfg. Part Number
- Saffron by Sewell
- All glass filament style bulb
- Vintage warm white color
- Instant on
- Cool touch
- Low energy consumption
- Omnidirectional lighting
- Extended lifespan (up to 30,000 hours)
- Mercury free
- Color Temp: 2200K, vintage warm white
- Size/Shape: G95 Globe
- Base: E27, screw type
- Power usage: 6 watts, 110-130 volts
- Lumens: 500, 45 watt incandescent equivalent
- CRI: 85+
Pros: Looks fantastic when turned on and has a very warm yellow "vintage" glow to them that other LED lights seem to miss. We have 7 installed in our kitchen/dining area and it adds a very warm feel to the whole room. All with the benefits of LEDs; long life time and low energy consumption.Cons: While they definitely don't look bad while turned off, they aren't as intricate or attractive as regular Edison bulbs. But all the other factors well outweigh this minor hiccup.Other: If you're looking for Edison bulbs, and don't want to spend $50 per globe very 3 months, and you don't want to burn through all that electricity, I think these are a great option!