May 18, 2011
Philips claim to have an LED replacement for 75W incandescent bulbs
Did you think that the incandescent bulbs that we’ve been using, basking in the 75W glory, was anything good, then think again. The Philips effort to roll out the same effects of an incandescent bulb in an LED competitor is quit thrilling. It seems that these bulbs overcome the strange color of light problem that the incandescent bulbs often suffer from and are also relatively, less expensive. Basically, this replacement for the 75W incandescent will produce about 1100 lumens of light and will consume 17W of power.
With a lifespan of 25000 hours, there’s little you can do to place this below any other bulb kinds. It will be available Q4 for $40-$45.