For LED light bulbs, always consider the lumen value which determines the brightness of the product.
There is still information on the number of watts which shows the electrical power consumption of a bulb. With the rise of highly energy-efficient LED bulbs though, wattage is not that important anymore. What really matters now is the light output of the LED bulb.
A 60 watt traditional light bulb, for example, has a light output of 806 lumens. A LED bulb with the same light output consumes only 7 – 9w.
Are you still used to watts when buying a light bulb? No problem at all, we provide a reference value in watts for each light bulb in our shop, just check the technical specifications of the product in question.