All the bulbs on this site are energy efficient LED lamps that can be used to replace existing light bulbs in your home, office or business and dramatically reduce what you currently spend on your lighting bill.
LED lamps are essentially high-tech versions of LED technology that you’ve seen in early calculators and watches. Essentially, they are electronic devices with mini transformers, chip-sets and light-emitting diodes (LED) that converts electricity into light. They do this extremely well and efficiently, converting most of the energy consumed into light and very little into heat. On the other hand, standard incandescent bulbs convert most of the energy consumed into heat and very little into light. That is why an 8 Watt LED bulb produces as much light as a 65 Watt incandescent bulb.
The benefits are many. An immediate reduction in your electricity bill, less heat because LED bulbs are very efficient converting electricity into light, unlike incandescent bulbs that convert most of the electricity consumed into heat. LED Bulbs last a very long time, typically 30,000-50,000 hours. They are virtually indestructible and they don’t contain mercury and other hazardous chemicals, unlike Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFL’s) that need to be disposed of carefully when their life is over. Also, 90-95% of an LED bulb is recyclable.
Yes. Savetech LED lamps work well with simple dimmer or electronic dimmer switches. However, not all bulbs are dimmable, and therefore, you can only use bulbs that are designed to be dimmed in a dimmable fixture. Using a non-dimmable bulb in a dimmable application will void the warranty and will fail prematurely.
NO! They are extremely energy efficient and convert most of the electricity used into visible light, unlike incandescent bulbs that convert 95% of the electricity consumed into heat. That is why you can replace a 65 watt incandescent bulb with a 8 watt LED bulb. Not only that, but you can’t forget that your cooling bill will also decrease when you use LED light bulbs because LED bulbs produce very little heat. 45 incandescent bulbs (65 watts) when turned on can produce as much as 10,000 btu’s of heat. And in the summer, this adds to the heat to your home, office or business that you then have to offset with air-conditioning.
No. LED bulbs do not contain mercury or any other hazardous metals or chemicals. CFL’s, on the other hand, do. So you don’t have to worry about special disposal procedures when you happen to drop and break an LED bulb (if you can). However, the same can’t be said for CFL bulbs if they break. Think about that when you have CFL’s around young children.
LED Bulbs come in a variety of colors, but we chose the most popular colors for normal home and business use. Typically that is our Day White or Natural White color. LED bulbs have come a long way, and they are not just available in the bluish white color that was the only option with earlier designs.
LED Bulbs are the perfect retro-fit for your existing light fixtures. We have standard bases, E27, GU10 and other typical bases that are common with incandescent and halogen installations.
In most cases, are bulbs are the same size if not slightly smaller than the bulbs they replace. That is because LED technology packs a lot of light in a small package.
No. Those spiral bulbs are CFL bulbs, and they need to be spiral because that is the way fluorescents need to be to work. They need a tube of gas that excites and lights up when electricity is introduced. LED bulbs contain small, solid Light Diodes.
Instant On. Instant Off. No 2-minute warm up period that is the trademark of CFL bulbs. Also, turning on and off an LED light does not shorten its lifespan.
Yes. Some bulbs are designed with water-proof fittings. Others need to be kept in a water-tight fixture. Read all instructions and manuals before using a LED bulb outdoors.
Yes. They will fade as the bulb gets near the end of its normal operating life. But it is very gradual and hardly noticeable.
Our LED Light lamps do not contain harmful metals or chemicals, so you can dispose it like a normal incandescent light bulb. However, over 95% of the bulb is recyclable, so we believe that those who are inclined to buy LED bulbs are also inclined to recycle. However, it is not uncommon for these bulbs to last over 10 years, so it will be a long time before you will have to be concerned about recycling your LED bulbs.
Most of our bulbs come with a 2 year warranty. Warranties only apply for normal use of bulbs and do not include misuse or usage for which the bulb was not intended to perform.