This LED R50 bulb, with its opaque reflector, will be ideal for replacing your old halogen or incandescent bulbs, while saving you money. Indeed, with a consumption of 5.6 W, this bulb will provide you with lighting as powerful as a 40W incandescent bulb. In addition, its small E14 base will easily adapt to most small luminaires. This bulb will therefore be perfect for atmospheric lighting in your living rooms or for accent lighting. Moreover, with its reflector, and its particular shape (base in the shape of a tube associated with a globe in the shape of a disc), it will be ideal for highlighting particular angles, objects, or decorative elements. It is often found in ceiling lights with adjustable spotlights for this type of use. On the other hand, its lighting colour, called "neutral white" (4000 kelvins), will bring you a light as close as possible to daylight, adapted to all your daily activities. This bulb also exists in warm white (2700 kelvin), for a warm light, ideal for your moments of relaxation. To know more : As with all our bulbs, opting for LED technology means choosing light bulbs that use less energy: up to 80% energy savings. Safer: thanks to its technology, the glass of a LED bulb heats only very slightly. Thus, the risks of burns and fire are greatly reduced, allowing a more diversified use of the bulb (low suspension, bulb on a table lamp without a lampshade, low spotlight, etc.). Another important element is that LEDs do not produce UV or infrared radiation and are not composed of any dangerous products (such as mercury, for example). Lasting: LED bulbs have a longer lifespan than other technologies. XanLite LED bulbs have a life of 15,000 hours (about 7x longer than a conventional bulb). With better colour rendering: LED technology allows a CRI >80*. Attention: these bulbs are electrical grade products, so make sure you keep them out of the reach of children. *CRI, or Colour Rendering Index, is a value between 1 and 100, which indicates how accurately a light source can reproduce the colour of objects. Daylight is the best light source for color reproduction (CRI=100). The higher the CRI, the brighter and more precise the colours are.