The 7 watt Energy Saving Golfball light bulb is a very efficient eco-friendly bulb designed as a retrofit replacement for a conventional 40 watt incandescent lamp. Offering a fantastic 10,000 hour lamp life this spherical Warm White lamp also saves 80% in energy usage compared to an incandescent bulb.
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BLT Direct, one of the UK’s foremost suppliers of lighting solutions for all homes and businesses, is helping Brits to overcome the recent price hikes from energy companies and calculate how much they could save with their informative online energy savings calculator. The feature, which is accessible on the BLT Direct website, helps customers to work out which bulb would offer them the best savings on their electricity bills, based on wattage and how long the bulbs are used for every day.Read More »
It seems that the UK has finally seen the last of summer, as colder weather and grey skies start to set in across the country. Though we might see a glimpse of an Indian summer in September, the ch...Read More »
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Yes, they do slightly but unlike early energy saver lamps a few years ago, the latest designs generally include electronic rapid start circuitry to make the lamp light in less than 1 second with virtually no flickering.Energy saving light bulbs come …Read More »
Some older designs had quite a high "colour temperature" which may be perceived as "colder" but many energy saving lamps now use a "warm white" coating to make the light very similar to a normal incandescent bulb.Read More »
CFL Light Bulbs give out far less heat than normal incandescent bulbs, making them safer for use in unattended security or night light applications. This also makes them ideal for use with lampshades made of delicate materials that can be damaged by …Read More »