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Saturday, June 15, 2013

WSRM---Why You’ll Start Using WSRM LED Bulbs(3.6usd only) This Year ?


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WSRM---Why You’ll Start Using WSRM LED Bulbs This Year  ?
WSRM (China LED lights manufactuer) have sold LED BULBSlights at 3.6usd(3w replaced 40 watt incandescent bulb) and 6.6usd (5w replaced 60 watt incandescent bulb) since last month.


LED bulbs are already the go-to technology for illuminating cell phones, tablets and TVs. They haven’t become the standard in the lamps and lights in American households, however, largely because they’re so expensive. But as prices drop sharply, the upgrade to LED makes more and more sense.
If traditional incandescent bulbs are the tail-finned gas guzzlers of the lighting universe, compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) are like plug-in electric cars: Better for the environment, but not appealing to many because of the way they look and perform, as well as higher upfront costs.

The third bulb breed, LED, combines the warmth of incandescent light with the never-have-to-change-it lifespan and energy efficiency of CFLs. The down side is that LED bulbs have always been really expensive. “The public has been less keen on them, as price points for 40-watt bulbs begin around $20 a pop,” the Christian Science Monitor pointed out last month. At that price, LEDs just weren’t going to shine in middle-class American homes, no matter how great their other qualities were.

This is the year that could change. Manufacturer Cree came out with a $10 LED bulb last month that replaces a 40-watt incandescent bulb, and one equivalent to a 60-watt bulb that costs $14. Philips says it will have a $10 LED bulb on the market by year-end, and it started selling a $15 one last month. (In Europe, German manufacturer Osram just started selling a 40-watt equivalent LED bulb for about $13).WSRM (China LED lights manufactuer) have sold LED BULBSlights at 3.6usd(3w replaced 40 watt incandescent bulb) and 6.6usd (5w replaced 60 watt incandescent bulb) since last month.
These LEDs look and act like incandescent bulbs, and experts say the price point is low enough that people will be persuaded to give them a shot.




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