Color temperature is a measure of the light bulb's color when illuminated, and is measured in degrees Kelvin (K). The higher the number, the whiter and then bluer, the colour.
LED technology has come a long way since first introduced. Initially LED globes were known for having a very white light. New developments have now enabled LED globes to replicate the same warmth as traditional and vintage incandescent globes. When a warm light is required look for colour temperature of 3000K or less.
To match our range of Vintage filament style bulbs we have introduced an LED range with a 2200K color temperature. The newer LED's also have a filament length that mimics the wire filament design of Vintage bulbs and also provides a very close approximation of the full color spectrum.
For each bulb in our catalog there is a downloadable test report for all parameters.