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Liquid Cooled LED Bulbs E27 Cool White 12W Frosted

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Liquid Cooled LED Bulbs E27 Cool White 12W Frosted Cover - 60W Equivalent

 This patented liquid LED bulb is considered the best replacement for traditional incandescent bulbs. At a time when being environmentally conscious is good for the earth, these LED bulbs make it good for your pocket too! Replacing your bulbs with this LED will save you money in energy bills. Some experienced over 50% savings after replacing existing lighting!

Liquid cooled LEDs have longer life than regular LED bulbs and achieve a higher brightness. The 360 degree spherical light allows for even light distribution and ads at least 30% more luminous flux than other LED bulbs.

Made with high strength material these liquid cooled LEDs are ideal for high humidity and frequent vibration locations. The bulb is drop, tap and vandal proof.

The new led bulb has been an advantage in hotels, shops and other places paying high attention to light quality. 

Safe liquid inside: The liquid inside the bulbs is safe with no poison or smell, complies with European environmental certification standards. It has a very good flame-retardant explosion-proof effect, improving performance of the whole lamp.

High lumens and wide temp range: UGL liquid-cooled LED bulbs offer steady fixture efficiencies which are always above 80 lumens per watt (LPW) for warm colors and 100 LPW for white colors. The CCTs of UgetLight liquid-cooled LED bulbs range from 2700K to 6500K.

LED Bulb Features:

  • Safe - Will not burn your hands when touching it (Great for children's rooms)
  • Flame and explosion retardant features
  • High humidity resistant
  • Excellent light quality
  • Full light coverage
  • Compatible with E27 bulb fixtures
  • AC110 V 12W - 60W Equivalent AC85-265V
  • Color: Cool White
  • Frosted cover


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