Replacement E14 LED Bulbs available in a variety of styles
We stock E14 LED Bulbs in an extensive range of sizes, styles and colour tones. If you’re searching for a new bulb for your living room or bedroom, we recommend trying a bulb with a warmer colour tone, such as the Bell 1W LED Filament Chandelier E14 Clear 2700K. This bulb has a low lumen output, meaning that it emits a softer light. A colour temperature of 2700K creates a warm, inviting atmosphere. Bulbs with cooler colour tones, meanwhile, are perfect for offices, studies and kitchens.
Our E14 LED Bulbs are available in a variety of shapes. We sell golf ball bulbs, opal bulbs, candle bulbs, and chandelier bulbs. We also stock filament bulbs. Want more control over your lighting? We recommend installing a dimmable bulb, such as the V-Tac 5.5W LED Candle E14 3K Dimmable. The power consumption and life expectancy of our bulbs vary. Our bulbs can be used for a number of applications, specified in the “best suited” section of the description. If you’re looking for a bulb for a table lamp, try the V-Tac 5.5W LED E14 Golf Ball 3K. Replacing your ceiling or wall light? Try the Bell 4W LED Filament Candle E14 Clear 2700K.
We stock LED lightbulbs from V-Tac, Megaman, Bell and Phillips
At LED Made Easy, we’re proud to work with some of the best lighting manufacturers in the industry. Currently, our collection includes E14 LED Bulbs from V-Tac, Megaman, Bell and Phillips. All of our products come with a one-year warranty - a testament to the expert craftsmanship and high-quality materials featured in the manufacturing process. We’re passionate about making our customers happy, so offer a 30-day money-back guarantee in the rare event that you are not satisfied with your new bulb.
E14 LED Bulbs FAQs
What’s the difference between LED bulbs and incandescent bulbs?
Incandescent bulbs feature glowing filaments and produce both heat and light when energy flows through them. LEDs fundamentally differ, generating light through a process known as electroluminescence.
Why should I replace my incandescent bulb?
LED bulbs have a number of benefits when compared with traditional incandescent lightbulbs. They have a longer lifespan, making them more convenient and cost-effective. Our bulbs have a minimum life expectancy of 15 000 hours. LED lightbulbs may last for 12 years without requiring replacement. They also have higher energy efficiency and improved environmental performance. They do not emit heat or ultraviolet radiation emissions.
How long do LED lightbulbs last?
The lifespan of an LED lightbulb varies depending on the frequency of use. We list the life expectancy of each bulb in the product specification. Often, LED lightbulbs may last for years before requiring replacement.
How to dispose of incandescent or LED bulbs?
When replacing lightbulbs, it's important to dispose of the old ones correctly. Incandescent light bulbs should not be recycled, as the filaments are difficult to separate from the remainder of the bulb during the glass recycling process. Most LED lightbulbs, meanwhile, can be recycled, but ensure that you check the packaging first. Depending on your council’s policy, you may have to take them to a specific recycling centre as opposed to throwing them away with your household recycling.