Spiral energy saving bulb

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    The smallest brightest energy saver

    The Tornado is Philips' latest and most powerful energy saver. This brilliant little energy saving lamp is super compact, has more light and saves up to 80% energy. And the beauty is, it will fit almost any luminair in your home! See all benefits

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Tornado Spiral energy saving bulb

12 W (60 W), Normal cap, Warm white 871016321155810 Find similar products
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The smallest brightest energy saver

Small on size, big on performance

  • Very high light output

    The light output of these Philips lamps is higher than of most standard energy saving lamp. It gives you a high amount of light you want for activities, such as reading your favourite book or helping your kids with their homework.

  • Up to 12 years lifetime

    Modern technologies have a longer lifetime than standard bulbs. With 12 years lifetime, one Philips energy saving lamp replaces 12 standard bulbs. So they save money and last longer, year after year. The lifetime is based on the average usage of 2,7 hrs per day or 1.000 hrs a year. This average is influenced by the usage during different seasons (dark winter vs light summer), the weather conditions (sunny vs rainy dark day) and on the room where the lamp is used (short usage in bathroom vs long usage in living room).

  • Saves money and energy up to 80%

    This bulb saves money and up to 80% energy compared to your standard bulb. It pays for itself and saves you money year after year. So reduce your energy bill and start saving Now.

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  • Breaking a lamp is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your health. If a lamp brakes, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a closed plastic bag and offer it to the local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
  • * Compact fluorescent lamps have to be treated as special waste, they must be offered to the local waste facilities for recycling. The European Lighting Industry has set up an infrastructure, capable of recycling mercury, other metals, glass, etc.

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