Friday, December 7, 2007

A Lightbulb Better Than CFL & It Lasts 35 Years!

I admit I love new technology and that's one of the things that makes the sustainability movement so exciting. But who can get excited over a lightbulb? The folks at Lemnis Lighting can!

Lemnis Lighting has introduced the new Pharox LED lightbulb (available for purchase in the U.S. through Upscale Lighting). But, you might ask, who would pay $59 USD for a lightbulb? Consider these facts about the Pharox LED bulb: one bulb has a lifetime equivalent to 50 incandescents or 8 compact flourescents, it lasts up to 50,000 hours or up to 35 years, it uses no mercury (unlike CFL), can be recycled, and it can save over $250 in energy costs during the lifetime of the bulb.

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