Dim down for a sunset glow. Philips advances the dimmable LED light bulb
Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), the global leader in lighting, has succeeded in advancing the dimmable LED light bulb beyond just dimming, to become a mood enhancing light bulb that changes color. New Philips LED WarmGlow progresses from a warm yellow white light similar to an incandescent light bulb, to a warmer reddish white light similar to a sunset, as it dims, providing a much richer experience that delivers the right light as required across the home.
“We understand the impact that the right light can have in the home. A subtle change in tone can completely transform an atmosphere or enhance a mood,” says Maikel Klomp, Global Product Manager LED Lamps. “With Philips LED WarmGlow, we are offering a high quality LED light bulb that provides beautiful ambient lighting for every room in the home, but crucially also delivers the right return in terms of energy efficiency and lifespan.”
In addition to taking dimmable LED light bulbs a step further, Philips LED WarmGlow is a high quality light bulb, which means that it not only reflects color naturally similar to daylight, but uniquely, it also dims down in a similar way to daylight by changing color. Use dimmed up when cooking or the kids are doing their homework, and then simply dim down, to create a relaxed environment to enjoy dinner or playtime with the kids.
Like all Philips LED light bulbs, Philips LED WarmGlow can be retrofitted to anywhere traditional light bulbs are used. Try Philips LEDspot WarmGlow MV in the kitchen or bathroom, Philips LEDbulb WarmGlow Clear in the bedroom or living room and Philips LEDcandle WarmGlow Clear in dining room chandeliers for a stunning diffused light effect.
Philips LED WarmGlow range enhances your home in more ways than one. Having the right light to meet the needs of your home is important, but having light that also lowers your energy bills and reduces the frequency of replacement is just as important. With no need to replace Philips LED WarmGlow for at least 15 years¹ and with up to 85% energy saving², Philips LED bulbs deliver the right return for your home.
It is available in Europe from September 2015. For more information, please visitwww.philips.co.uk/led-lighting