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Philips Lighting unveils SceneSwitch – a unique LED light bulb range

Philips Lighting has launched the new Philips SceneSwitch LED range – a unique range of light bulbs which provide multiple light settings, to meet the changing needs of homes and consumers. Many houses and flats have become multi-purpose spaces: somewhere to work, relax and entertain. The Philips SceneSwitch LED range caters for this need, allowing you to use your existing light switch to select the light scene best suited to a given task.

“Only 10% of consumers we’ve spoken to currently have the ability to dim light in their homes(1). Our new LED range provides a solution to address this where you can easily change the setting from a bright light for concentration and detail, to a natural light, to a warm relaxing glow – all with a flick of the existing light switch. There is no need to install a dimmer, or make other dramatic changes to make rooms truly multi-functional spaces,” comments Mahesh Iyer, leader of Philips Lighting LED business group.

Housing shortages and soaring prices have led to more people sharing the same space at home, or staying in smaller houses as the next step on the property ladder becomes out of reach(2). Recent Ipsos research reveals it’s not feasible to change lighting settings in many homes, despite the increasing need for multi-purpose spaces and an appetite to do so.


The Philips SceneSwitch LED range is available in the following variants: 60W bulb from July 12 2016, with a 40W candle and 50W spot available from September 2016.

6 comments:

  1. Very nice to hear about the improvement and going towards better solutions. I haven’t such vast market like Saudi Arabia with that much scope of opportunities.
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  2. We can simply install the light and enjoy two light color variations in one LED bulb.

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    But is this a 60W LED bulb? Or do you mean comparable to an old 60W incandescent lamp?

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