All orders are dispatched via Royal Mail 2nd class. Over the years we have found this to be a cost-effective and reliable delivery service that takes 2-3 days (excluding Sunday).
Next Day delivery is available if the order is placed before 3pm the day before and costs £10 using Parcel Force. Please select this option during the checkout process.
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: 4w
- Lumens: 240
- Colour Temperature : 2900k to 2000k (Dim to Warm)
- CRI: 97
- Dimensions: 45mm x 75mm
- Lifespan: 20,000
- Fittings: E27 - E14
- Warranty: 3 Years
- Dimmable: Yes
- Shape: G45 Golf Ball
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Nancy Frosted Dim to Warm Golf Ball LED Bulb
The Nancy might look like a classic frosted LED golf ball bulb, but this isn’t a typical lighting product. Inside the traditional design is some of the most sophisticated technology on the market, with pliable spirals of multiple dim-to-warm LED chips installed directly into the glass.
Thanks to this cutting-edge technology our dim-to-warm LED bulbs offer a unique combination of:
- 97 CRI with an R9 valuation of R97
- Flicker-free dimming and colour transition
- Perfect uniformed light distribution
- Genuine product longevity
Well-lit’s unique and patented dim-to-warm LED bulbs are perfect for hospitality venues, such as hotels, restaurants, and bars. What sets them apart is the ability to change the ambiance of a room just by dimming.
The Nancy changes seamlessly from a warming light (2000k) to brighter whiter light (2900k) thanks to state-of-the-art LED filament technology that’s compatible with all major dimming control systems.
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.)