Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Lemnis unveils new budget sub $10 LED bulbs.


When LED bulbs first came out as a more eco-friendly alternative to incandescent bulbs they were priced anywhere from $100 to several hundred dollars but the company Lemnis has introduced 2 new bulbs one under $7 and one under $5. They are targeted to get more people interested in LED bulbs. For more info click here.

32 comments:

  1. I think it's fishy when they state

    "The Pharox LED lamp saves more than 80% compared to an incandescent and even more than a compact fluorescent"

    When a fluorescent bulb takes far less energy to run than an incandescent.

    But I may have my words or statistics wrong, as I often do.

    I'm always down for the lowering of price, though. Thanks for the heads up.

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  2. wow what a price drop. oh and,

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  3. Interesting to say the least. It took a while, but this is a great breakthrough.

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  4. Great price drop, as always all one has to do is wait.

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  5. I know what light emitting diodes are, but is the actual light the same as with other bulbs? Logically, the light would be stronger, but of course, adjustments can be made. Is there, by any chance, less glare? Overhead fluorescent lighting is one of the worst things for one's eyes.

    Love,
    Janie

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  6. I'm hoping that in the future all lights will be LEDs... normal bulbs will seem so romantic in comparison.

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  7. led bulbs are good
    good that they lowered the prices

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  8. Led bulbs dont spread a lot of light

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  9. i'm happy to hear those light bulbs are getting cheaper!

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  10. That's great, environmentally friendly AND cheaper.

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  11. i'd like to see how bright a room is with LED bulbs

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  12. If they work as good as the pricier ones, I'd get them.

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  13. thanks for the post man, when i get round to redecorating my house i'll see if i can fit them anywhere

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  14. that's still extremely expensive for my country.

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  15. Guess ill throw away my unfriendly to the environment coal powered light-bulbs.

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  16. Nice! This is how you get people to be more environmentally friendly, by appealing to human nature: saves them money.

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  17. Interesting. I've heard LEDs are destine to replace florescent, the way florescent replaced incandescent

    follow :)

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  18. I'm curious to see how much more the price will drop or if there will be trade-in programs available the way there have been with CF lights.

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  19. Wow! That's cheap. I switching to these when I find it in stores.

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