LED Light Bulbs

By | November 16, 2011

Switching to LED (light emitting diodes) light bulbs is one of the easiest ways to lessen your carbon footprint & save big bucks on your electricity bill.

SuperBrightLEDs.com is a St. Louis, Missouri based online company that offers all sorts of LED bulbs for the home, office or vehicle.
LED Bulb
One of the most popular bulbs SuperBrightLEDs.com offers is the 9 watt Globe LED Bulb, which is available in both warm white (like a traditional bulb) or cool white (white with a tint of blue that actually puts off more light). The light output is comparable to 55 – 60 watt incandescent bulb, but consumes just 9 Watts of power.

Priced as affordable as possible, SuperBrightLEDs.com extends significant savings to their customers. Plus their bulb comes with a standard 2 year warranty, however the bulb should last way longer than that.

Top 3 Reasons to Switch to LED Light Bulbs:
1- LEDs are much more efficient than incandescent lighting.
2- LEDs don’t get as hot as traditional lights, lowering the risk of fire & burns.
3- LEDs last way longer than conventional incandescent lighting.

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5 thoughts on “LED Light Bulbs

  1. Phil Hardy

    LED light bulbs are coming down in price and many can be found for under $20, with prices falling all over the place. I recently purchased five 6-watt LED bulbs for $4.99 apiece.

    I have largely retrofitted my home in the last 6 months or so. I find them to be brighter than the advertised lumens. For instance, the manufacturer will tell you their 7-watt LED bulb replaces a 40-watt incandescent bulb, while I found the luminous flux to be closer to a 60-watt incandescent bulb. The great thing about LED bulbs is they use about 85% less power than incandescent bulbs. You can make a serious dent in your power use with these bulbs. With their lower power requirement and longevity approaching 25,000 hours or more, they will definitely pay for themselves, eventually.

  2. Jef

    Led chip producers are expecting that 50% off the world wide replacement bulbs turn-over will be LED in 2015. Some big bulb producers aren’t investing in discharge lamps anymore, only LED.

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