001 - Iconic LED Bulb - 220V

Revolutionary, iconic, unique. The Plumen 001 light bulb is the first energy-saving designer light bulb in the world. Compelling and refined, this product earned various important awards such as "Design of the Year" and "Product of the Year" from the London Design Museum, and the much-coveted "Black Pencil" award from D&AD. It was also published in high-profile international headlines and included in the MOMA, Cooper-Hewitt and V&A permanent collections. Compatible with any LED dimmer switch, this light bulb allows the user to control lighting based on their preferences.


Light Colour Warm White
Power Consumption 6.5W Equivalent to a 35W incandescent
Lumen Output 500lm
Lifetime 20,000 Hours
Dimmable Yes
Colour Temperature 3,500K (Warm White)
Switching Cycles More than 100,000
Warm-Up Time Instant full light
Power Factor 0.8
Colour Rendering Greater than 90
EU Energy Rating Class g
Designer HULGER + Samuel Wilkinson
Year of Design 2010
Lamp Dimensions 160mm x 101mm
Packaging Dimensions 175mm x 104mm x 99mm
Material Ceramic and PC Plastic
Colour N/A
Fitting E27 Screw 230v
Bar Code 8058945340004


Samuel Wilkinson

Samuel Wilkinson graduated in furniture and related product design at Ravensboure College of Art & Design in 2002. While at Ravensbourne Wilkinson won several design awards, including the RSA award and D&AD New Blood He went straight into employment working for leading consultancies such as Tangerine, Fitch:London, PearsonLloyd, and Conran. During these years he worked on various award winning projects for leading clients such as British Airways, Audi, LG, Samsung, and Virgin Airwavs.


Hulger is a London based innovation studio who conceive and co-design radical technology products. The name Hulger is inspired by Nicolas Roope’s grandfather. Hølger was a lawyer who lived contentedly with the same phone, the same car, the same old grandfather clock that ticked slowly and contentedly and the same leather arm-chair for decades. He was of a generation and culture that had resisted the wasteful churn of built-in-obsolescence. He bought lasting products that improved with age. He invested in beautiful technologies that didn’t generate a fear-of-missing-out with every subsequent release.

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