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Show Your Support For National Energy Saving Week With BLT

Show Your Support For National Energy Saving Week With BLT Direct
Tubes, lamps and bulbs specialist is urging Britain's householders to show their support for National Energy Saving Week (22-28 October) with a host of offers on brand name energy saving and energy efficient light bulbs.

Steven Ellwood, Managing Director of BLT said: "Energy Saving Week is a unique opportunity for more of us to take steps towards being more energy efficient. Even if you have never thought about replacing old light bulbs with a modern, energy saving alternative, it is now the perfect time to make that commitment.";

To encourage newcomers to energy awareness, BLT Direct has a number of energy saving light bulbs on offer for the duration of energy awareness week. By using energy more efficiently and wasting less power as heat, even a single energy saving light bulb in every home can help prevent climate change.

Energy Saving GU10 Lamps start at just £7.20 and can be used an immediate replacement for the halogen Par 16 GU10 counterpart. This lamp has an approximate life of 15,000 hours and promises an 80% saving on running costs. is also offering the energy saving candle light bulbs from £2.25. A range of energy saving candle lamps are available as a direct replacement for standard candle lamps. Benefits include an approximate 8000 hours bulb life and an 80% saving on running costs. These energy saving light bulbs are available in different wattages and caps including BC (baynout cap) SBC (small bayonet cap) ES (edison screw) SES (small edison screw).

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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 23rd October, 2007


Rebecca Appleton

Rebecca Appleton

Qualified online journalist, specialising in the home improvements and energy saving sectors