Energy Saving Offers
Summer might have screeched to a premature halt but there’s no reason to be gloomy with great deals on the brightest sparks in energy saving light bulbs from specialist online retailer, BLT Direct.
Offering huge discounts on brand names, BLT Direct has brightened up online shopping with seasonal special offers to lighten up dark rainy days while helping to maintain a cleaner, less polluted environment. The fantastic Philips range of energy saving light bulbs offer outstanding value for money at under £1 per unit and incorporates all of the brand’s energy saving know-how, delivering extra long bulb life, lower energy consumption and fewer CO2 emissions.
Representing a great value investment for the home, the Philips Genie lamp comes in 11-18 watt tubes. An energy saving compact fluorescent lamp, benefits include an 80% power saving and an average 8000 hour lamp life.
Also on special offer is the Philips Softone 12-20 watt bulb. The standard shaped energy saving bulbs are available in 12, 16 and 20 watt options with both BC (bayonet cap) and ES (edison screw) caps. The energy saving variety is a greener alternative to 60, 75 and 100 watt traditional light bulbs. With a lamp life on approximately 6000 hours, the Philips Softone energy saving light bulb range needs replacing less often, representing a fantastic saving for both home and office use.
Already in vogue in most UK households, energy saving light bulbs work more efficiently, producing less heat and more light. For a comprehensive range of energy saving light bulbs log on to: https://www.bltdirect.com.
About BLT Direct BLT (Bulbs, Lamps and Tubes) Direct makes light work of buying light bulbs online in the UK and Europe. They specialise in supplying lamps, light bulbs and fluorescent tubes. Brands include Osram, GE, Sylvania, Omicron, Pro lite, Crompton, Ushio and Philips.
Created by Rebecca Appleton on 3rd September, 2007
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