E14 LED Bulbs
E14 LED bulbs are among the most commonly used bulbs in UK homes today. If you ever heard someone refer to an LED bulb as “the bulb which has a small screw socket” – you can bet they are talking about the E14 LED variety – which has been aptly dubbed “E14” due to the 14-millimetre socket diameter. All LED bulbs with an E14 socket share the same base, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t differ in shape.
What makes a good E14 LED Bulb
E14 LED bulbs are a picture perfect match for lamps and fittings where a decorative type of bulb is required – with the bulb, naturally, being the centre of attention. Our brands are among the top UK manufacturers when it comes to LED E14 bulbs – this range is ideal for bedrooms, lounges and living rooms where you want a cosy and relaxing atmosphere to entertain guests or to unwind after a long day. The Crompton E14 LED candle bulb is made from a thermal plastic material in order to give the bulb a warm and natural glow to resemble a candle light – with a soft and eye friendly light that ensures there’s no harsh glare. These are often used in chandeliers, wall lights or table lamps – the 5.5W Crompton E14 LED will provide just the right lighting whether you want to enjoy a quiet dinner, enjoy a friendly chat with the neighbours or take in some casual TV viewing.
Why Choose E14 LED Bulbs?
LED E14s by both Philips and Crompton are considered the most environment-friendly bulbs today as they contain no toxic chemicals whatsoever. In addition to the dramatic energy savings, they can last anywhere between 10,000 to 40,000 hours – that’s an average lifespan of 4 to 15 years. In contrast, traditional E14s not only consume significantly more power but also last no more than 1,000 hours. Our branded E14 LEDs consume just 3.5-5.5W – available in high-quality candle-shaped thermal plastic coating as well as spotlight-shaped 5W LEDs, these 14mm diameter LED bulbs are among the most common you’ll see in UK homes today. The eco-friendly E14 LED bulbs we offer at LED Clever, dimmable and non-dimmable varieties, not only run optimally after several hours of non-stop operation, but are also the most energy-efficient and cost-effective alternative to traditional power-hungry 40W E14 bulbs. When you combine this level of efficiency with long-term cost savings, you can not only reduce your lighting bill by almost 90% but also enjoy negligible maintenance costs along with a superior lifespan.
Wattage and colour temperature considerations for E14 LED Bulbs
If you prefer a warm glow to your light to create a cosy and relaxing atmosphere, then we’d recommend the 2700K E14 Crompton LEDs with thermal plastic coating to seamlessly dissipate heat – although the Philips CorePro range works just as well. For a more productive and focus-oriented atmosphere, the cool white Crompton E14 LED running at 4000K are best – starting at just £3.19. At LEDClever, we offer dimmable and non-dimmable variations of E14 LED bulbs by Philips and Crompton – both household names when it comes to high-quality LED lighting solutions.
How much can I save by switching to E14 LED Bulbs?
Replacing 10 halogen or incandescent E14 bulbs with new graphene or standard E14 LED bulbs will result in a yearly saving of £105.78. This calculation is based on replacing 10 e14 bulbs that are used for a minimum of 6 hours a day, at an energy usage of .14 Kilowatt hours and have an energy usage of 40 Watts. If you switch from traditional light to LED you could see a large saving year on year, if you’re not sure then replace a couple and see what fantastic results are generated before completely upgrading.
Comparative Costs E14 Bulbs
Energy cost of current 40W bulbs per year:
Energy cost of our LED bulbs per year:
Savings breakdown for E14 Bulbs
Each LED bulb would save you:
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Payback Period for LED E14 Bulbs
You will get your full investment back in: 4 months (0.29 yr.)