Have you had trouble finding the new light bulbs that light up the way you want them to? Are they too dim or take a minute or so to even come on? Are they worth the extra cost now that we don’t have a choice? Do they last long enough?
Your search is over. Introducing the energy-efficient light bulb with the same warm and reassuring glow of a traditional incandescent. Finally light bulbs are bright! They are brighter than other lights that I have in the same chandelier. They come on when I turn them on, no waiting! They use 75% less energy than a 60W incandescent bulb, 74% less than a 100W comparable. They even have a 10 year limited warranty! They have a life of 15,000 hours, now that is awesome. Plus they look like our old ones do!
I love that they have all this great information on each box. It tells you the brightness in lumens. Estimated energy cost per year is also listed. It lists (below) this light uses 14.5W and replaces the 60W bulb. Now that is easy enough!
On the side it tells you the light appearance from warm to cool. It also tells you, for example; The life based on 3 hours per day = 13.7 years. I want these in every light fixture I have. 13.7 years before I change bulbs again – I can handle that! Now I have 1 light in the laundry room we leave on all the time, it will still last almost 2 full years. I am sure you are like me, have some lights you use at least 8 hours a day and others hardly ever come on, just divide the 15,000 hours by the average number of hours and that gives you how many days it will last, then divide by 365 and you have how many years.
It used to be simple. Put the light bulb in the lamp, turn on the light, and your room is instantly bathed in that warm, instinctively appealing, glow. It made you look and feel good. Then, the government changed the rules. Where other companies focused on repurposed LED technology to make light bulbs as cheap and energy-efficient as possible, Finally Bulbs committed their time and resources to creating the right light – one that meets government mandates, but also produces a warm, restorative and omnidirectional glow. They don’t want you to buy Finally™ Light Bulbs because they are energy-efficient and the government made you do it. They want you to welcome their warm glow into your home because you recognize what they have done: created the right light.
Finally Bulbs brought together some of the greatest minds in lighting, including the former heads of research at General Electric and Osram Sylvania, for one purpose: to create an energy-saving light bulb that truly replicates the incandescent light you love. They worked relentlessly to figure out how to develop the right lighting technology for your home – one that would deliver the same warm omnidirectional glow of an incandescent without the same energy waste.
Bucking the current trend toward solid state lighting, Finally Bulbs stepped back in time to revisit induction, a lighting system that was developed at the same time as incandescence. Energy-efficient induction systems can be found in tunnels, warehouses, garages and other commercial applications. But induction technology needs space, too much space for a typical home lighting treatment.
Using methods they developed in their labs in Massachusetts, Finally Bulbs successfully compressed and harnessed the best attributes of the induction process to create a new lighting technology that produces the same warm light as incandescent light bulbs while using 75% less energy.
They call it Acandescence™.
After two years of testing, they put Acandescent technology in the Finally Light Bulb – a bulb that shares the familiar size and shape of the traditional incandescent light bulbs we all love. It is the first light bulb that truly replicates the attributes and warmth of a traditional incandescent, only it’s better because it’s energy-efficient and lasts 15 times longer.*
*When compared to an incandescent bulb with a rated life of 1,000 hours.
Did you know incandescent bulbs, though inexpensive, are inefficient: they waste 90% of the electricity they draw from the grid. Check out the spec sheets from Finally Bulbs.
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