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Warranty & Returns
We supply a 3 year warranty on all products as standard. In the unlikely event a product suffers a technical issue we will replace it quickly and free of charge within 3 years of purchase.
When you buy any product from well-lit, you have 365 days to return the product to us for any reason, for a full refund.
- Wattage: 2.7w
- Lumens : 102
- Colour Temperature : 2200k
- CRI: 93
- Dimensions : 35.5 x 102 mm
- Lifespan : 20,000 hrs
- Fitting : E14 & B22
- Warranty: 3 Years
- Dimmable: Yes
- Shape: C35
- Recommended Dimmers: Varilight V-Pro & Lightwave RF Version 1
Leda Flexible LED Filament Candle
This gorgeous candle is part of our new range of flexible LED filament lighting that we are certain is about to transition from commercial settings into our homes.
You may have seen the move towards exposed retro lighting in shops, bars and restaurants and now, for the first time in the UK, these flexible filament bulbs are available to buy for your kitchen, living room and anywhere you want your lighting to be a feature rather than something not to be noticed.
This 2.7 watt sleek candle looks the part in any setting and will give you a lumen output of 102 and a warm white light with a colour temperature of 2200k. It’s also dimmable and has a Colour Rendering Index (CRI) rating of 93 for a quality lighting performance.
With a manufactured estimate of 20,000 hours of usage and an energy efficiency guarantee, this is a perfect replacement for any of the old and inefficient 20W incandescent bulbs you may still have.
See your home in its true colours
To see how higher CRI can change the look of your entire home, move the slider below.
If LED lamps are so great, why is there so much terrible LED lighting? Are dull colours just the price you pay for lower bills?
The answer to these questions is "Colour Rendering Index".
In most LED lamps it's simply too low. At Well-lit, all our LED lamps have CRI values of 93 or above. So you can replace your halogen and incandescent lamps without losing quality of light. (And change those poor quality LEDs for something rather better.)