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Finally Light Bulbs January 8, 2018


People are beginning to see the light: LED is no longer the best light bulb.

Yet, according to a study by Finally Light Bulb Company, 52% of people still think LEDs are the best lighting option today, despite studies showing that LEDs contain more blue light than other bulbs.

Evidence is growing that exposure to blue light may cause health problems like diabetes, obesity, cancer, and sleep disorders.

And not only is it possible that LED lighting could make you ill, but LED lighting also makes you look sick. Sick like you just stepped off the most insane roller coaster in the world.

LED lighting might not make you look your best, but they’re so incredibly energy efficient!

Do you have to sacrifice looking and feeling good just to save a few dollars on your energy bill? You really shouldn’t.


Which Light Bulb Makes You and Your Home Look Better?

To paraphrase a wise person, if it ain’t broke why change your light bulb?

Maybe you should just stick with good ol’ incandescent light bulbs, like the one Mom always used.

They have a warm, soft glow that keeps your home feeling more beautiful and inviting.

Old-fashioned light bulbs have a way of imparting you with the healthful complexion of someone who just stepped off a plane after two weeks of relaxing on a Maui beach.

And really, incandescent light bulbs are the most affordable.

But really, are they?

Yes, it’s true that many incandescent light bulbs are very inexpensive. You can pick one up for the loose change in your couch, with some going for as little as $.99 each.

But, the average incandescent bulb only lasts about 1,000 to 2,000 hours. Which means they’re going to cost you more, ultimately. Which means you’ll be digging in your couch a lot more often. That sounds fun.

Incandescent bulbs also require large quantities of electricity, contributing too much higher energy costs.

It’s also worth noting that incandescent bulbs will no longer be produced in the U.S. as of 2020.


Finally, a Light Bulb Better Than LEDs

There’s this third option that allows you to have energy efficiency without sacrificing light quality: Finally light bulbs, powered by Tesla Technology.

A Finally light bulb delivers a quality of light that LEDs cannot.  More like incandescent lighting, which presents you and your home in a much warmer light.

Finally offers a broader spectrum of light that reveals the subtleties of texture, makes whites and colors more vibrant, and makes your skin look healthier than the light emitted from LEDs. The lights produce 66% less harsh blue light than LED bulbs. Many home designers tend to prefer a “truer” light as emitted by a Finally light bulb.


How Finally Light Bulbs Work

These bulbs are unique because they use Tesla Technology to produce their light. Nikola Tesla, a contemporary of that other guy credited with the invention of the incandescent bulb, has been getting a lot more credit lately for his groundbreaking contributions to our everyday lives.

Tesla was the pioneer behind one of today’s most innovative technologies. It’s used in cars, batteries and many kitchen appliances – and light bulbs. It is a modern interpretation of the work of Tesla, and uses electromagnetism, rather than a filament or diode to create light.


How Much Does a Finally Light Bulb Cost?

A Finally light bulb costs $5.99 and it’s guaranteed for 15 years, which averages out to only 39 cents a year.

Despite being a super-premium light bulb, the price is about the same as what you would pay for an LED bulb. It also offers the energy efficiency that you would expect in a modern light bulb.

Finally light bulbs have a long life and low energy costs and offer a lighting that makes you look, and maybe even feel, better. Yes, you can get the best of both worlds, and at a similar price to LEDs.



We've Come a Long Way, Baby!
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We've Come a Long Way, Baby!
People are beginning to see the light: LED is no longer the best light bulb.
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The Finally Light Bulb Company
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