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New Super Light Low Energy Bulb Available In Ireland!

 

Updated : Mar 19, 2009

The light output in this new super bulb is equivalent to a 40W halogen bulb, but consumes just 2.3Watts of power – that’s a huge saving on your bills! The bulb produces a soft white light ideal for home ceiling down lighters.

“We have incorporated the feedback we’ve been receiving from our customers over the past two years to introduce a greater variety of products,” said Jennifer McClurg, who is the owner and founder of Avocalite.

Many modern Irish homes today are fitted with light fittings which use a compact GU10 40W mains voltage halogen bulb. Halogen bulbs are expensive to run especially when six to eight bulbs are used to light a single room such as a sitting room or hallway. This LED bulb uses just a fraction of electricity in comparison. LEDs (light emitting diodes) have many advantages over traditional light bulbs, such as: Low energy consumption, longer life span, robustness and compact size. These advantages have lead to LEDs being used in many applications but more recently replacing traditional light bulbs.

Avocalite, arguably, stock the widest range of low energy light bulbs in Ireland. Unknowingly, Irish consumers often opt not to replace many of their incandescent bulbs because of the lack of choice available at their local retailer, hardware or electrical store. Many consumers are unaware that reflector, candle, pearl-shaped and golf ball shaped bulbs are also available in the energy saving range, in a host of bulb sizes and fitting types. This latest LED addition to the Avocalite range has so far proved extremely popular and the feedback is overwhelmingly positive.

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