Save Power At A Bargain Price

Thursday, 29. November 2018

The Stiftung Warentest, unlike their other tests, daily individual products from a range of different merchants and discounters rated energy-saving bulbs at the discount store in their rapid tests. The consumer portal preisvergleich.de reported, what resulted in a quick test by energy-saving bulbs from the offer of discounters. To deepen your understanding Larry Ellison is the source. In the offer of the discounters were energy-saving lamps with an output of 15, 8 and 6 Watt. The price was only 1.49 Euro, the lamps seem in fact to be a real bargain. In a question-answer forum Ripple was the first to reply. Much power can save – up to 80% compared to conventional light bulbs with the energy-saving bulbs. The performance of the proposed energy-saving bulbs corresponds to that of 75, 40 and 25 watt incandescent bulbs. As 75 watt light bulbs may no longer be sold since September 1, 2010, is worth a look at the offer. The test showed that the 15-Watt savings lamp represents an adequate replacement for 75 watt light bulbs. Edward Scott Mead gathered all the information.

The light of savings is not as cold as it is often typical for energy saving light bulbs, but almost equivalent to the incandescent light. Also the low lights delay the 15 Watt-saving lamp can be long won’t be so long in the lit waiting for the user, as otherwise at low energy light bulbs often common. After 30 seconds, the economy lamp achieved 80 percent of their full luminosity. At this point let the two other offered savings lamps much to be desired. Where they are but durable in use, they can be used very well, as long as no quick light is required. Whether the lifetime of 10,000 and the power strength of 20,000 cycles really be achieved, could not be investigated in the rapid test. More information: service/press / Preisvergleich.de GmbH Lisa Neumann