LIGHT BULBS & ACCESSORIES
Good lighting makes us happier (and stops us bumping into things at night). We like LED light bulbs best – they use less electricity and last for a whole lot longer than regular light bulbs. We have other bulbs, too, plus dimmer switches, timers and batteries. Why not start the change to LEDs and rechargeable batteries today? It’ll brighten up the future for your budget and the planet.
You can find more information about our light bulbs here:
Technical product information low energy CFLi bulbs – SPARSAM (PDF)
Technical product information LED bulbs - LEDARE (PDF)
Technical product information halogen bulbs - HALOGEN (PDF)
Energy lables SPARSAM, LEDARE & HALOGEN (PDF)
How to recycle CFLi bulbs and handle a breakage (PDF)
What do the symbols on the bulb packaging mean? (PDF)
Light bulbs and batteries that suit your budget
Check out our light bulbs and batteries at nice low prices. We have three main types of light bulbs - halogen, fluorescent and the latest LED (light-emitting diodes). They come in a choice of sizes and shapes - including fluorescent tubes and spotlight light bulbs. We also have different types of batteries, including environment-friendly rechargeable batteries and the chargers for them too. The charger even switches itself off when the batteries are fully charged. At the moment, you can use our halogen light bulbs and some of our fluorescent light bulbs with dimmers. In fact, by the time you read this, we may even have dimmable LEDs!
Light bulbs and batteries that suit the planet too
Lighting your home uses lots of electricity. This can cost you a lot of money and it doesn't make the environment very happy either. So today, the light bulbs we sell are more energy-efficient and last longer than the old, traditional ones. LEDs and fluorescent light bulbs use up to 80% less energy to produce the same light as a traditional light bulb, and they last much, much longer. Using more efficient light bulbs and rechargeable batteries are just a couple of ways you can save money and help the planet. You can find out more ways we can create a better future together on our 'People and the Environment' pages - see the link below.