LED lighting is finally reaching mainstream. As the years have gone by, the prices have dropped and www.transitofvenus.org more appropriate bulbs for home use have started popping up. Now that GE is releasing 60W, 75W and 100W replacement LED bulbs within the http://www.breinweb.nl/cialis-no-prescription-canada next 18 months, there's no more saying that LED bulbs aren't ready to replace incandescents yet.
The new bulbs follow GE's release of a 40W replacement bulb last year. All models are dimmable and will have a lifespan of over 20 years based on three hours a day of use. The 13W bulb (60W replacement) will be available this November, while the 18W (75W replacement) and 27W (100W replacement) bulbs will follow by the end of 2012. The 60W bulb is the most popular incandescent bulb, so having an LED replacement ready for that brightness level is www.asian-americans.com key to consumers making the cheap viagra prescription online switch.
All of www.ncitech.co.uk the GE LED bulbs will come in a range of colors and shapes including bulbs suited for spot and flood lights, ceiling fans, candle and night lights and small and medium globes for lamps and cheap levitra on line other fixtures.
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