Verbatim LED lamp is Which? ‘Best Buy’
The Which? 2014 Light Bulb test assessed brightness, light quality, energy efficiency, durability and power factor (how closely a bulb meets its power consumption claim). The test included compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), halogens and LED lamps widely available to British customers. LEDs consistently outperformed other types of bulb in the latest tests, thanks to their instant brightness, durability and impressive energy efficiency.
Reviewing Verbatim’s 9.5W Classic A LED lamp (Product reference:52133), the Which? team commented: “Very durable and efficient, and as bright as it claims to be – it’s the best bulb we’ve tested”. With actual brightness of 894 lumens from a claimed performance of 860 lumens, the product is one of the brightest available in the market and the best all round performer.
Scoring top marks for efficiency, durability and light output, Verbatim’s 9.5W Classic A LED lamp has a claimed life expectancy of 30,000 hours – that’s around 30 years if used for a couple of hours a day. It is supplied with a B22 (bayonet) or E27 (screw) fitting.
The Verbatim LED lamp tested by Which? is available from several major independent online retailers, electrical wholesalers and LED lighting distributors in the UK.
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In addition, the company is an innovator in fast-growing LED and OLED lighting, developing products that offer low power consumption, long life and a better lighting experience. It is also an emerging supplier of water filtration systems; its Cleansui brand is Japan’s favourite water filter.
Verbatim is a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Kagaku Media owned by Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, one of the world’s largest chemical companies, which invests heavily in R&D across many diverse sectors. The company’s operating principles are founded on helping people to live in a healthy, comfortable and sustainable way. Verbatim’s regional organisations are EMEA, APAC and Americas, with offices in most countries in the world. The company’s European headquarters are based in the UK. For further information, visit http://www.verbatim.com