Using a non-dimmable LED bulb with a dimmer, is not a good idea! The following things could happen: First of all, you could damage your dimmer. Another possibility is that the bulb could start to flicker. Or it might not work at all. At worst, the bulb might go out prematurely. If you’re unlucky, however, you might end up having to throw away both the dimmer and the light bulb.
A little piece of advice: It’s best to avoid using a dimmable light bulb and simply not dimming it. Just leaving your dimmer constantly set to 100 percent can damage both the dimmer and the light bulb. The bottom line: The two just don’t fit together. In this case, we’d recommend replacing the dimmer with a normal switch.
Have you had a great experience with a particular manufacturer? Want to use the same company next time you purchase a light bulb? That’s a good decision. Because, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”! For example, if you like to purchase Osram bulbs again, simply tick the box beside Osram in the manufacturer filter. Your chosen selection will be displayed.