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    Philips 3.5W B12 blunt tip decorative candle LED light bulbs deliver long life, energy savings, beautiful light and contain no mercury. This 3.5W can replace a standard 25W incandescent candle and can save up to $59.12 in energy costs*.

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    • Lasts 22.8 years**

      By using this LED candle, you can reduce the hassle of frequently replacing your light bulbs.

    • Instant on

      Just by flipping the switch, your room is at full brightness. No slow starting or waiting.

    • Similar shape and size as a standard incandescent candle

      This bulb is an easy switch from standard incandescent candles and is ideal for use in hallways, dining rooms and living rooms.

    • Dimmable***

      This lamp can be used with most dimmers to create your desired ambience with smooth dimming to 10% of full light levels.

    • Provides a soft, comfortable light

      This blunt tip decorative candle provides a soft, white light, perfect for general or accent lighting. This fully dimmable candle has a clear finish that adds a decorative sparkle to your room. This bulb has a unique design that provides light in all directions and will not fade fabrics or furnishings.

    • Reduces energy costs

      This bulb saves $59.12 in energy costs when you replace a 25 Watt incandescent with this 3.5 Watt LED light bulb*.

    * At $0.11 kWh, this 3.5 watt, 180 lumen LED candle uses $9.63 of electricity over its 25,000 hour life. This is a $59.12 savings when compared to the $68.75 required to run a 25 watt, 150 lumen, incandescent candle over the same period. Actual savings will vary depending on cost per kWh.
    * *22.8 years means rated average life based on engineering testing and probability analysis where the lamp is used on average 3 hours/day, 7 days a week.
    * **Dimmable when using leading edge dimmers. Visit www.philips.com/beautifullight to find up-to-date dimmer compatibility information.

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