Re: LED Light bulbs



Have your tried here? They also sell LED lights of various sorts.

Hard-to-find light bulbs and related products at discount: 
http://www.topbulb.com/

Emilie wrote:
> 
> I guess I'm not shopping in the right place. I have looked several places
> for the CF lights with the small (chandelier) base to put in my fan light in
> the living room - the light we use the most often. Does anyone have
> mail-order info on them?
> 
> Emilie
> (Pat's Mom)
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Patrick Salsbury <salsbury at sculptors dot com>
> To: <domesteading at mailhost dot sculptors dot com>
> Sent: Friday, February 18, 2000 3:34 AM
> Subject: LED Light bulbs
> 
> > John said (about Spain)
> > > Compact fluorescents have been shoehorned into EVERY fixture that can be
> =
> > > made to accomodate them, everywhere. That includes chandeliers, =
> > > cathedrals, etc.
> > We've done almost all of the house in CF lights, now. We have
> > dimmable ones in the  chandelier and hall lights, too!
> > I also just picked up two little LED light bulbs. One yellow,
> > one white. They have a cluster of 18 LEDs per bulb, fit in a standard
> > screw base light socket, give out decent light (in the 200-300 lumens
> > range for the ones I got) and use a staggering 0.7 watts of power! If
> > I left the porch light on 24/7, it would cost me 1.4 cents per week
> > to run! :-)
> >
> >
> > Pat
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> >
> >




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