E14 LED Bulbs
How much energy costs can I save with an E14 LED bulb?
Would you like to buy an E14 LED bulb online? Then you're making a very good and responsible choice. Why? Because E14 LED lighting is much more energy efficient and durable than a conventional E14 light bulb. With a much lower wattage, E14 LED achieves the same light performance as an incandescent bulb. This means that much less energy is consumed. Your savings can therefore quickly reach over 90%! Another important fact is that E14 LED bulbs last up to 15 times longer than incandescent bulbs. So you actually buy 15 bulbs in one. Moreover, you earn back the purchase price very quickly, because LED lighting is very economical. LED is also very good for the environment and contains no substances such as mercury.
What should I look for when buying an E14 LED bulb?
Are you looking for E14 LED bulbs to buy online? At Any-Lamp, you can choose from a very wide and diverse range of durable E14 LED bulbs from international A-brands such as Noxion, Philips, Osram and Sylvania. Do you already have an idea about the look of the bulb? There are E14 LED bulbs available with frosted glass, clear glass and/or coloured glass. In our E14 LED products with clear glass, you can clearly see the LED Filament. By this we mean the orange carbon filament in the bulb. It is also good to check the wattage of your old E14 light bulb. By doing this you can specifically look for the right LED replacement. Incidentally, with LED lighting you do not need to pay attention to the wattage, but only to the number of lumens (the light output).
How many lumens are suitable for my E14 LED lights?
As briefly mentioned above, we look at the amount of lumens in LED bulbs. But how do I know which wattage of an E14 bulb corresponds to which lumen count? For this purpose, we have created the diagram below. There, you can click on the desired lumen number to view all E14 LED products in that category.
|Wattage E14 Bulb||Number of lumens E14 LED|
|25 Watt||200 - 300 lumen|
|40 Watt||400 - 500 lumen|
|60 Watt||800 - 900 lumen|
What are the differences between an E14 bulb and an E27 bulb?
Both E14 and E27 bulbs have a revolving base, or fitting. This is indicated by the letter E. The screw thread of an E-fitting reminds one of Thomas Edison's first light bulb. That is why these bulbs are given the letter E. The number after this letter stands for the width of the bulb base in millimetres. The difference between an E14 LED and an E27 bulb is therefore the width of the base, which is 14 mm and 27 mm respectively. Would you like to replace your conventional E14 bulb with an efficient E14 LED model? Then you also need to pay attention to the socket. An E27 fitting is therefore too wide for fittings/bulb bases with an E14 format.
What shape can I choose for my E14 LED bulbs?
Here you have plenty to choose from! The most well-known form of E14 lighting is surely the candle. Are you looking for an E14 LED candle? Click here to go to our category page with E14 candle bulbs. There you will also have the opportunity to see all candle bulbs with a curved tip. We also have the traditional pear shape, ball and reflector. Click on your favourite shape in the diagram below and you will immediately see all available bulbs!
|Candle||Most popular, since the first E14 bulbs|
|Pear||Traditional pear shape, often used as mood lighting|
|Golf Ball||Slightly smaller/compacter shape. Functional design|
|Candle (bent-tip)||Used primarily as mood lighting due to its special appearance|
|Reflector||Special design, serves primarily as ambient lighting|
Are E14 bulbs dimmable?
Yes, there are plenty of E14 LED bulbs that are dimmable. This means that you can adjust the brightness and, depending on the product, the light colour of the bulb as you wish. If you are looking for a dimmable E14 LED, you can find it in our Dimmable E14 LED category. By using dimmable E14 LED bulbs, you save extra on energy, because the light does not shine at full strength. NOTE: to dim E14 LED, you need a LED dimmer!
Dimmable E14 LEDs also include bulbs with Dim to Warm technology. With these bulbs you can dim not only the light intensity but also the colour temperature. A warm white light (3000K) thus quickly becomes an extra warm white light (2700K and less). This makes a dim to warm E14 bulb perfect for variable ambient lighting. All E14 bulbs can be found in our 'Dim to Warm LED Bulbs' category.
What colour temperature should I choose for my E14 LED bulbs?
With us, you can buy E14 LED bulbs in a variety of colour temperatures. When choosing the light colour, consider the intended use of the LED. Depending on the use, a different colour temperature may make sense. The characteristics of each colour are explained in the table below. Click on a colour temperature to view all products.
|2000 - 2500 Kelvin||Additional signal enhancing effect. Suitable for, e.g., catering industry, hotels, living rooms, bedrooms.|
|2700 Kelvin||Atmosphere-enhancing effect. Suitable for, e.g., catering industry, hotels, living rooms, bedrooms.|
|2200 - 2700 Kelvin (Dim to warm)||Atmosphere-enhancing effect. Suitable for, e.g., catering industry, hotels, living rooms, bedrooms.|
|4000 Kelvin||Fresh and natural light. Particularly suitable for desk bulbs or other areas where sufficient light is required.|
|6500 Kelvin||Comparable to natural daylight. Suitable for specific purposes such as workshops or operating theatres.|
What beam angles can I choose for my E14 LED bulb?
Any-lamp offers E14 LED bulbs in various beam angles. The beam angle indicates the dispersion of the light in degrees. The choice depends on the size of the room, the number of bulbs and the intended use. Always check the specifications of each E14 LED bulb to see what degree of beam/radiation angle it has.
- Medium: 36°: An E14 bulb with a beam angle of 36° is mainly used for accent lighting in specific areas of a room. For example, you can illuminate displays of merchandise in a shop or tables in a dining area and put them in the spotlight.
- Wide: 120° or higher: This beam angle is ideal for atmospheric lighting in a room when using several bulbs.
- Very wide: 360° round: E14 bulbs with a beam angle of 360° radiate evenly all around.