Diamond Lamps announces a single source for genuine low-cost, replacement projector lamps

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Projector lamps fail; the colours fade or the light goes out – and then what? Risk a cheap, poor quality and possibly illegal ‘copy lamp’, or pay a premium for a branded replacement? Fortunately, there is another way: Diamond Lamps.

Diamond Lamps' new web site goes live today.

We fully appreciate that lamp buyers are tempted by some of the really cheap deals found on the internet. But before making a decision, visit www.diamondlamps.net to find out whether a cheap price equals a good deal.

Diamond Lamps, a leader in genuine and copyright compliant replacement projector lamps, has developed a new web resource - http://www.diamondlamps.net - that shows projector lamp buyers and dealers how to avoid the pitfalls associated with illegal copy lamps and counterfeit branded replacements. Even better, Diamond Lamps’ new web site shows consumers how to buy a safe, high quality and reliable replacement lamp from the company’s growing range of genuine replacement projector lamps at a very competitive price.

Going live today, http://www.diamondlamps.net fills a gap in provision of information to consumers and suppliers. Diamond Lamps is a Philips Premium Partner. Philips and a handful of other leading technology companies, including Osram and Ushio, make almost all of the lamps used in the popular projector brands. Diamond Lamps is an accredited partner of these manufacturers and, as a leading projector lamp specialist with thousands of customers worldwide, is able to offer genuine, high quality replacement projector lamps, fully endorsed by the lamp manufacturers, at significantly lower prices.

Diamond Lamps’ sales and marketing director Andy Read explains the rationale behind the new site: “There are many reasons why replacement projector lamps are the price they are, and we fully appreciate that lamp buyers are tempted by some of the really cheap deals found on the internet. But before making a decision, visit http://www.diamondlamps.net to find out whether a cheap price equals a good deal. Diamond Lamps works with the same manufacturers that supply the original lamps in the vast majority of new projectors. Economies of scale, and a shorter route to market, allow us to supply you with a replacement lamp that is equally safe, and reliable, with identical performance to the original, but at a lower price.”

To find out more about the options for replacing a projector lamp, lamp buyers and dealers are invited to visit http://www.diamondlamps.net and use the resources, including videos and white papers, to make a choice. There is a quick and simple tool to identify the right Diamond Lamp for your projector and the site provides lamp buyers with a route to access Diamond Lamps’ international network of dealers.

As a measure of the international interest in Diamond Lamps, the new web site is available in seven languages. There is a growing awareness among projector users worldwide that a replacement projector lamp doesn’t have to involve taking a risk or paying a premium.
About Diamond Lamps

Diamond Lamps is a leading supplier of genuine replacement projector lamps, manufactured in full compliance with the intellectual property rights of Philips and other major lighting technology developers. Diamond Lamps’ products are fully endorsed for performance and quality by these rights owners and been shown to compare favourably with original lamps installed in new projectors.

Diamond Lamps is a founder member and supporter of the Genuine Lamps Alliance – an industry wide organisation supporting the legitimate trade in replacement lamps, and opposing copy products that infringe intellectual property rights. Diamond Lamps’ range covers most popular projector models and is sold through an international network of channel partners.


Diamond Lamps
Sarah Elvy, business development manager, Diamond Lamps
+44 (0) 1491 875 855

Sue Pritchard, account manager, CommercialPR
0845 370 9900

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