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    Energy Saver


    Complete a room with efficiency and style

    Philips 14W EnergySaver silicone compact fluorescent bulb provides bright, energy saving light. This 14W can replace a 60W incandescent, last up to 7.3 years* and has an estimated yearly energy cost of $1.69**. See all benefits

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Energy Saver A-Shape

14W (60W), Medium base (E26), Daylight Deluxe 046677433604 Find similar products

Complete a room with efficiency and style

Silicone cover safely contains glass if broken

  • Lasts 7.3 years

    By using this bulb, you can reduce the hassle of frequently replacing your light bulbs. It will last up to 7.3 years based on an average use of 3 hours per day, 7 days per week.

  • Provides a soft, comfortable light

    This compact fluorescent flood bulb produces a soft white light similar to an incandescent bulb. It creates a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere for any room in the home.

  • Reduces energy costs

    This bulb saves up to $40.48 in energy costs when you replace a 60 Watt incandecent with this 14 Watt compact fluorescent light bulb**.

  • TuffGuard Protection

    Philips EnergySaver compact fluorescent bulbs with TuffGuard silicone cover can provide a sense of security for your family. These bulbs feature a soft, shatter resistant cover that protects the bulb from breaking and, if the bulb breaks, contains the glass for safer, easier clean-up.

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  • 7.3 years means rated average life based on engineering testing and probability analysis where the bulb is used on average 3 hours/day, 7 days a week.
  • *Based on 3 hrs/day, 11¢/kWh. Cost depends on rates and use.
  • **At $0.11 kWH, this 14-Watt Energy Saver bulb rated at 800 lumens uses $12.32 of electricity over its 8000 hour life. This is a $40.48 savings when compared to the $52.80 required to run a 60-watt incandescent bulb rated at 800 lumens over the same period.

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