New LED Bulbs from Elemental LED

Dec 30, 2010 San Francisco-based Elemental LED, an LED lighting company, recently began selling two new LED replacements for standard incandescent and CFL bulbs: the Tess 7W and 9W LED Light Bulbs. These light bulbs produce the same brightness as 40W and 60W standard light bulbs respectively, but use less than 20 percent as much electricity. The new LED bulbs screw into any standard E26/E27 base. The bulb uses 5 Cree LEDs, its lifetime is up to 50,000 hours. The Tess Bulb is available in warm white and neutral white color temperatures; while the warm white Tess 7W LED Light Bulb offers 450 lumens of brightness (equivalent to a 40W incandescent), the neutral white version emits 560 lumens.

The new Tess 7W and 9W LED bulbs can be purchased by visiting the Elemental LED website. 7W are $29.99, and 9W are $39.99.

www.elementalled.com

Author:  BIO T&T

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