Save Energy and Reduce Your Monthly Bills
The best way to save energy and reduce your monthly bills is by using LED lights. Light emitting diode or LED is a semiconductor that emits light when an electric current passes through it. It uses 80-85% less energy as compared to the traditional incandescent light. And it lasts 25 times longer.
A fun fact about the long-lasting nature of LED lights is that if you keep it on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without switching it off ever, it will last for three whole years. And if you use it for a few hours every day, it will last from the time your child was born till the time he leaves home for college. And it still does not burn out or stop working after that; it will just get dimmer with age.
It lights up immediately doesn’t need to get heated before doing so. Furthermore, it is a clean source of energy, so it reduces your carbon footprint on the planet.
HEKTAR (wall/clamp spotlight)
This spotlight can be used in two ways. You can use it either as a clamp spotlight or assemble it on the wall as a wall lamp. It has an adjustable head, so you can move it around as per your need. It looks modern and it is also pocket-friendly regarding price.
VARV (clamp spotlight)
If you require a reading light for your bedside, this is a great buy as it provides directional light for your reading. You can easily attach it to your headboard and dim it as per your need. You will be already saving up on your electricity bill, as you’re using this is a LED light. However, this time you will save a bit more because dimming the light saves more energy.
SVIRVEL (ceiling spotlight with 5 spots)
This spotlight has five spots, and each can be adjusted as per the direction in which you want light. It can enhance the beauty of any area it is placed in. And it is cost-effective as well.
JANSJÖ (wall/clamp spotlight)
This spotlight is light-weighted, handy, flexible and can clamp firmly wherever it is placed. You can light up the smallest place in your house with this one. And lastly, it is pocket-friendly too.
To conclude, if you haven’t already, replace the lighting in your home with LED bulbs and spotlights. It’s high time!
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