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    Premium LED bulbs Vintage Filament
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        Featuring a classic heritage design, the new Philips Vintage LED lamp family is reminiscent of familiar incandescent bulbs. Available in an array of giant shapes, candles and other familiar form factors, they provide a seamless fit across your space. When used as a statement piece, they add a sense of nostalgia and create a highly desirable atmosphere for socialization and relaxing.

        Benefits

        Perfect sustainable replacement for conventional bulbs with up to 90% of energy saving
        Dimmable versions can be used with most dimmers to create your desired ambience with smooth dimming to 10% of full light levels
        Warm light effect to create a cozy atmosphere

        Features

        Extra warm light with Vintage design
        Available in an array of shapes and familiar form factors
        Light all around with improved light distribution effect

        Applications

        Perfect for decorative installations
        Domestic applications
        Hospitality: restaurants and hotels
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