Ascher Vintage Warm White Dimmable LED Edison Bulbs, 6-Pack

Last updated date: July 30, 2021

DWYM Score

7.9

Ascher Vintage Warm White Dimmable LED Edison Bulbs, 6-Pack

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We looked at the top Dimmable Lightbulbs and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Dimmable Lightbulb you should buy.

Update as July 26, 2021:
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Overall Take


In our analysis of 24 expert reviews, the Ascher Vintage Warm White Dimmable LED Edison Bulbs, 6-Pack placed 10th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Ascher E26 LED light bulb has 20,000 hours average lifespan. Replace 60W incandescent bulb by 6W LED, save over 90% on electricity bill of lighting.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

7.1
3 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

9.4
2,272 user reviews

What experts liked

These bulbs are also dimmable, so while 700 lumens is the brightest the lights can go, they can also dim to just 10% of their capacity to create a softer ambience.
- Earth Techling

What experts didn't like

Unfortunately, Ascher offers the shortest warranty of any light on our list, at just 18 months.
- Earth Techling

An Overview On Dimmable Lightbulbs

Dimmable lights support a reduction in energy consumption and prime mood lighting in your home. To utilize this type of lighting, you must have a dimmable light switch installed and compatible light bulbs. While installing a non-dimmable bulb in a dimmable circuit may cause damage to the bulb or circuit, a dimmable bulb in a non-dimmable circuit will work just fine — it will just run at an unadjustable 100% output. Light bulbs are clearly marked as dimmable or non-dimmable on their packaging or ordering website.

There are as many dimmer-compatible light bulbs available for sale as standard bulbs, with variations in type, wattage, size, style and color of lighting. Like adjusting the water pressure on a facet, incandescent bulbs or lights with filaments are the easiest to dim (it’s a matter of lowering the power supplied to the filament using the dimmer switch). Florescent lights are commonly not dimmable due to the cost of dimmer-compatible ballasts, while compact fluorescent lights (CFL) that are fitted with their own ballast and standard screw bases are (check the manufacturers’ instructions to make sure).

Light-emitting diodes (LED), which uses 75 percent energy and last 25 times longer than traditional incandescent bulbs, are another popular option. While LEDs are generally priced higher than incandescent ones, they cost less to operate and don’t have to be replaced near as often, saving you cash over the lifetime of the bulb. But your dimming module’s compatibility with LED bulb determines if and how well the system works, so be aware of your dimmer manufacturer’s requirements.

The Dimmable Lightbulb Buying Guide

  • Do not install a non-dimmable LED or filament light bulb in a dimmable circuit.
  • LEDs have a lower dimming range than incandescent lightbulbs.
  • The dimming performance of an LED light is regulated by the capability of the built-in driver or circuitry of an LED and the compatibility of the dimming system. A few functionality issues to look out for that may occur when a dimmer is connected to an incompatible LED bulb include no visible light output, light output that doesn’t match the movement of the dimmer switch and flickering.
  • Most LED light bulbs on the marketplace are dimmable, if you are using a compact fluorescent light (CFL) or LED dimmer.