TR Bulb, Glossy Finish, Dim-to-Warm
TR Bulb, Glossy Finish, Dim-to-Warm
Designer Tim Rundle
*Fixture Not Included
Designed for longevity, the TR Bulb uses LED technology, which, with normal use, should last many years. Easy installation in any E26 socket. The globe is constructed from white opal glass, and the core structure is made from aluminium to draw heat away from the LED, allowing the bulb to run at its optimum temperature.
The original TR bulb dims from low to bright at a fixed 2700 Kelvin color temperature. This means that the brightness begins at a low warm candle light color and can transition to a brighter warm color. The color temperature of the light is fixed, the only difference in illumination is the brightness. This bulb helps create a cozy and romantic environment for any occasion such as dinner parties, rainy stay-in evenings, or when its time to wind down and read a book.
The new Dim-To-Warm (DtW) TR Bulb turns on and brightens at 1800 Kelvin, then, once at full brightness, further "dimming" changes the color temperature from 1800 Kelvin to 2700 Kelvin. The color starts off as a very warm light and transitions to a colder soft white glow. At 1800-2000 Kelvin, the light is very warm, similar to that of a candle. This warm light is great for spaces where ambient illumination is welcomed such as dining rooms, restaurants, and cozy living spaces. From 2000 Kelvin to 2700 Kelvin, the light transitions from a warm to "cold" color temperature that still has a bit of yellow color in appearance. At 2700 Kelvin, the lighting is cold enough to use regularly at home in your living room, dining room, bedroom, or patio spaces.
Fits most E26 sockets
Internal LED panel: 110V, 410 Lumens
Regular TR Bulb: 6W, 2700K
Dim-To-Warm (DtW) TR Bulb: 7.2W, 1800-2700K
Lifetime of Bulb: 35,000 Hours
7.9" Diameter, Weight: 1.72 lbs
Bulb Base Channel: 2.25"W x 2.5" D
Weight: 6.9 lbs
Set of 16
Weight: 27.6 lbs
Tim Rundle Studio is a London based industrial design practice working in the field of product design, as well as interiors and consultancy. The studio brings simplicity to the intersection of architecture and its inhabitants, improving the manufactured environment through elegant, technically-refined solutions. Tim Rundle is an industrial designer whose eponymous studio specialises in furniture and lighting design as well as interiors, installations, and strategic consultancy. He creates prototypes with his 3D printer and other tools until he finds the exact solution he seeks. Looking to classic Danish designers like Poul Kjærholm as inspiration, Rundle makes highly technical ideas into simplified, useful forms. ‘A great product should look as good and work as well in the real world as it does in a photo shoot,’ he tells us. ‘It should positively but quietly add to the atmosphere of a real space without shouting for attention.’ Originally from New Zealand, prior to establishing his studio in 2015, Rundle graduated from the School of Architecture and Design at Victoria University of Wellington, going on to join Auckland-based Formworks Design, where he worked on the concept for Air New Zealand’s groundbreaking Skycouch™ and Spaceseat. In 2008, Rundle relocated to London, first joining design consultancy PriestmanGoode, then working with renowned British designer Tom Dixon as head designer for the furniture and lighting design team. Prior to setting up his own studio in 2015, Rundle was Design Director at Conran and Partners, the multidisciplinary design studio founded by Sir Terence Conran. Today, in addition to running his studio, Rundle teaches at Platform 23 – Design for Manufacture at the prestigious Design Products Master’s programme at the Royal College of Art.