WholesaleLED.com Unveils A 75-watt Equivalent LED Light Bulb That Costs Less Than $10 For The First Time

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Lower prices on ultra-bright lights make energy efficient LEDs an option for more consumers.

Customers need a product that breaks the 1,000 lumen mark, but at a price that’s affordable. And that’s exactly what we offer.

WholesaleLED.com announced this week that for the first time it now carries a 75-watt equivalent LED light bulb that will cost as low as $9.95 per bulb.

The 12-watt LED is the first of its class to break the 1,000 lumen mark and cost less than ten dollars. It uses ultra-energy efficient LED technology to produce as much light as a 75-watt incandescent bulb while using 80 percent less electricity.

LED lights have been growing in popularity as consumers seek ways to lower their electric bills. While LED lights have been known to reduce lighting bills by 80 percent or more, the upfront investment deterred many customers from purchasing them.

“Many companies are selling 75-watt equivalent LED lights for $20 or more,” says Josh Futterman, lighting specialist for WholesaleLED.com. “Customers need a product that breaks the 1,000 lumen mark, but at a price that’s affordable. And that’s exactly what we now offer.”

The LED bulb uses a series of energy efficient Surface Mount Device (SMD) LED chipsets, which allows it to emit 1,000 lumens of light, while using only 12 watts of electricity. This is even more efficient than many older generations of LED lights that used as much as 16 watts for the same amount of light.

Unlike fluorescent lights, this LED light gives off the same, warm white light as an incandescent bulb. “Very early versions of LED lights had a bluish color that many people complained about.” Said Josh Futterman. “This light has a very warm, beautiful color that will match any existing incandescent light."

You can see the new 75-watt equivalent LED light bulb, along with dozens of other LED lighting products at http://www.WholesaleLED.com.

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