Green light bulbs
Lights are an essential part of modern life and simply put, are everywhere. As ubiquitous as they are though, it’s not smart to use up the world’s energy resource on lighting alone, especially if you don’t have to (not to mention paying unnecessarily high electricity bill). Hence are some great Eco-friendly and power efficient light bulbs for your consideration:
This soft light (2700k) bulb is cost-effective and certainly got itself noticed during its launch back in 2013.though not as bright as other bulbs, at 800 lumens per 9.5 watts, this is definitely one of the most energy efficient products out there. Couple that with its price tag and an unbeatable 10 years warranty, it’s a good pick that is worth a look for sure.
Innovative as it is power saving, this marvel of technology not only looks futuristic, it performs like it too. With its unique design (floating the LED’s up the body), this product manages heat better than a regular bulb, not to mention cuts out a lot of unnecessary weight. This bright and efficient (650 lumens per 8 watts) bulb will light up your place without lightening your wallet too much.
This bulb may be cheap but it definitely doesn’t skimp on performance. Featuring amazing efficiency and strong light quality (800 lumens per 8.5 watts), this product easily punches above its price range. This is pretty much value for money and a no-brainer pick. Perfect for basic lighting set ups, especially if you need a lot of them.
Imagine replacing your not so power-smart 880 lumen 60 watt incandescent light, with a 800 lumen 13.5 watt LED bulb and yet not notice any difference in lighting. This is what the Cree 13.5 watt true white series soft LED offers and more. Also, you get a very high quality build, designed to last 20 years, plus a 10 years warranty.
If you want an LED bulb that offers a lot of brightness, exceptional dimming performance and awesome power savings, then look no further.at lower price, you get a bulb that does 800 lumens per 8.5 watts, offers a 5 years warranty and is rated for dampness which means it can be used outdoors in certain conditions.
G7 power incline LED 10 watts (60 watts replacement)
At 810 lumens per 10 watts, this bulb’s power efficiency is surely no slouch. Power saving aside, this product provides superior Omni-directional lighting which means it produces light that is consistent in all 360 degrees of direction. Taking into consideration the price, plus a 10 years warranty, it’s something to definitely watch out for.
It’s time to bring out a heavy duty product that certainly packs more power than its actual weight-class. Churning out 1600 lumens per 16 watts and effectively replacing a bulb that runs 100 watts, this thing is probably the most efficient light bulb you can find out there. Top that off with 10 years warranty and you’ve got yourself a hands down winner.