11 Watt B22 GLS LED Bulb

11 Watt B22 GLS LED Bulb 4.7 27
  • Replaces
  • 100W
90% energy saving
30 year lifespan
5 Year Warranty

11 Watt B22 GLS LED Bulb

SKU: B22/GLS/11W
  • 100W Watt replacement
  • Dimmable
  • Wide Beam Angle
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£ 9.95 inc. VAT £8.29 ex. VAT
Light colour Dimmable Price Quantity Stock
Cool White Dimmable
In stock 326
Yes £9.95 - + In stock 326
Warm White Dimmable
In stock 44
Yes £9.95 - + In stock 44
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950 Lm 100W replace Yes Dimmable 11W 120°
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  • The new Silverline B22 GLS standard bulb - A replacement for Bayonet Cap (B22) mains incandescent lamps, these energy savers use up to 85% less energy than a standard Bayonet bulb and last up to 50 times longer. Gives similar light output to a 100W incandescent B22 but uses only 11W of electricity and generates dramatically less heat. Wide flood beam for even light distribution and available in warm white & cool white colour temperatures.

    Our well-designed LED lamps try to get the optimum balance between light output and longevity. We invest heavily in quality control and sourcing the best component parts available to us. We pride ourselves on quality and innovation, offering a FREE 5-year extended warranty and 90-day hassle-free returns service on all our LED bulbs, to ensure peace of mind and make sure you are completely satisfied with your purchase.


    Warm White or Cool White – What is the Difference?

    In domestic lighting, 75 – 80% of customers buy warm white LED bulbs as they offer the closest match to their old incandescent or halogen bulbs that they are replacing. The light given off by a warm white LED bulb can be described as soft and warm with a slight yellow hint to it.

    Some customers purchase cool white LED bulbs if they want the brightest light possible or if they want to achieve a modern look to a room. This particularly suits colour schemes that are bright and bold and use primary colours, or even colour schemes that are predominantly white where a clean minimal look is required.

    It’s also possible to use both warm and cool white bulbs in the same room on different switches to give the user different options on how they want the room to look. For example in a kitchen you may want warm white bulbs in the ceiling for everyday use but also have under unit lighting in cool white in order to give a very different effect at night once the main lights are off.

    In commercial lighting the majority of customers opt for cool white bulbs. These give a brighter light but you should be careful to ensure that the colour temperature is not too high, or in practical terms the light not too cool, otherwise the effect may seem very harsh or displeasing to the eye.

  • Operation
  • Lumens
  • Light Colour
    Cool White / Warm White
  • Type
  • Base
  • Average Life
    50,000 Hours
  • Equivalent To
  • Input Voltage
  • CE / ROHS
  • Dimmable
  • Dimensions
  • Wattage
  • Beam angle
90% energy saving
30 year lifespan
5 Year Warranty

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