Honeywell Successfully Launches NASA Space Capsule Look-Alike LED Light Bulb

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LED-Light-Review.com reviews the Honeywell EarthTronics HWL1A198301BDIM; a 40-watt equivalent, dimmable, 450 lumen, 7.5-watt, A19 LED light bulb possibly inspired by Project Mercury.

Could it be that Honeywell had their aerospace division design this bulb? How else can you explain this bulb looking like a NASA space capsule?

LED-Light-Review.com, a consumer oriented review website for LED light bulbs, is pleased to announce a full review of the Honeywell EarthTronics HWL1A198301BDIM.

Explaining the unusual shape of the Honeywell HWL1A198301BDIM, Gordon White, Co-Founder of LED Light Review states, “Could it be that Honeywell had their aerospace division design this bulb? How else can you explain this bulb looking like a NASA space capsule? It’s also built like a tank; solid and weighty in the hand with extremely tight seams and absolutely no play between components. Very impressive build quality.”

On the color of light from the Honeywell LED light bulb, Gordon continues, “The light color of the Honeywell EarthTronics HWL1A198301BDIM is extremely white, with a very subtle, yet natural, touch of pink. In fact, the Honeywell EarthTronics HWL1A198301BDIM has the whitest light color of any LED bulb we have yet reviewed. It even makes the GE 62180 look ever so slightly yellow/warm, and that’s really saying something.”

For the complete review of the Honeywell EarthTronics HWL1A198301BDIM, including product photography, test results, an in-depth evaluation of the packaging, physical product, and quality of light of the Honeywell A19 LED light bulb, visit LED-Light-Review.com.

Since its launch in May of 2012, LED Light Review has published in-depth LED light bulb reviews of Philips, Sylvania, Feit, Ecosmart, Toshiba, Utilitech, Maxxima, Pharox, G7 Power, EarthLED, Samsung, and other A19 LED light bulb products. The detailed reviews on LED-Light-Review.com are designed to help the consumer chose the best LED light bulb for their needs.

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