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Articles tagged with ‘energy saving lightbulb’

VapaLight Scented Bulbs

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on April 13th, 2011
VapaLight Scented Bulbs

These VapaLight Scented Bulbs are a great way to fill your home with fragrance, or to help neutralize bad odors without the need for sprays. The 11w energy efficient bulbs have an inserted scent stick that provides you with scent for up to 50 hours, these can be easily replaced and are available in a wide range of fragrances.


Philips HF3480 – Energy Saving Progressive Wake-Up Light

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on December 3rd, 2010

Philips HF3480 Wake-Up Light with Radio Alarm

The Philips Wake-Up Light with Radio Alarm has been designed to encourage you to wake naturally, to help make waking a more pleasurable experience. Using an energy saving bulb, the light slowly increases the light level to simulate the dawn, you can also use sounds of nature which increase slowly in volume as you near the start of your day.


Ionising Light Bulb By Eudemon

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on June 28th, 2010

Eudemon Ionising Light Bulb

This Ionising Light Bulb is an energy saving light bulb that also produces negative ions. These ions are thought to help clean the air of things like dust and bacteria to help improve the air quality.


Flo – The Eco-friendly Lighting System Concept

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on June 21st, 2010

Flo The Eco-friendly Lighting System

Flo is a desk light concept using the form and function of sink taps as an integral influence on its design. By operating the taps a user can control the light level, giving a range of lighting from a soft warm light to a cool bright light.


12 Watt EnduraLED Light Bulb By Philips

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on June 15th, 2010

12 watt EnduraLED Light Bulb

The 12 watt EnduraLED Light Bulb provides you with the lighting power of a 60 watt incandescent bulb. The most commonly used light bulb in homes is the 60w bulb and its energy saving counterparts. Because the EnduraLED light bulb uses LEDs the bulb has many advantages over current energy saving CFL bulbs.


Safe T Light – Multi-Functional Night Light

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on May 18th, 2010

Safe T Light Multi Functional Night Light

The Safe T Light is a eco-friendly night light that plugs into a UK 3-Pin socket with a pass-thru socket so that you can still use that plug socket. The light can also be removed and used as a torch too. The light contains light sensors, which will switch on the light when it gets dark.


Motion Sensing LED Light

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on March 23rd, 2010

Motion Sensing LED light

This Motion Sensing LED Light can be fine tuned for your requirements. The light can be used both outdoors and indoors and brighten any area in need of extra light or to be used as a warning to any motions around the area.


Byron Elro ES24 Fluorescent Floodlight With Motion Sensor

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on February 26th, 2010

Byron Elro ES24 Energy Saving Compact=

The Byron Elro ES24 Fluorescent Floodlight With Motion Sensor helps to illuminate any outdoor area in an energy efficient manner. It achieves this due to its CFL bulb and its use of a motion sensor.


Ecobulb – Remote Controlled LED lightbulb

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on January 27th, 2010

Ecobulb - Remote Controlled LED lightbulb

The Ecobulb is a energy saving idea by Seokjae Rhee. The concept bulb takes advantage of the eco friendly credentials of LED bulbs. Working with a remote control the bulb uses these LEDs to produce a light source that is directional.


Energy Free Lighting – After-Lite

By Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) on December 18th, 2008

AfterLite - Bulb

About a month ago, I was contacted by Tim LeMaster regarding the After-Lite product. The After-Lite is essentially a plastic-based disc that fits to the bottom of an energy-saving light bulb. When you have your lights on, the disc “charges up”. When you switch your lights off, the After-Lite disc carries on glowing, giving you free light! (more…)