Monday, October 16, 2017

Feit Electric Holiday Gift Guide 2017


This holiday season give the gift of Feit Electric with so many new unique, retro-inspired lightbulbs. 250 Lumen LED Vintage is advanced with energy-saving technology that produces a light output of 250 Lumens and uses 65 watts of electricity. You will get instant full brightness with relatively cool running performance. The bulb has 15,000 hours of life with 100% mercury free. 

Clear Glass Orange LED Bulb will glow brightly instantly in the color of orange will add a beautiful vintage accent that livens up parties, homes, bars, and restaurants. It is also dimmable that uses 3.6 watts of electricity and the average life is 20,000 hours making it energy efficient and environmentally friendly. 


Intellibulb Dusk To Dawn built-in light sensor automatically turns bulb on /off. Turns any outdoor light fixture into a dusk to dawn security light.  Built-in light sensor turns the bulb on at night and off during the day.  Conserve energy and save money with the latest LED technology and only use electricity when you need it.  For best performance, we recommend use in outdoor light fixtures with clear access to direct sunlight to activate the light sensor.

My Opinion: I really like these lightbulbs these are new and different. I found the Intellibulb Dusk To Dawn was easy to install and I did find it would go out when the sun hit it and recognized light. I like the orange lightbulb is perfect for Halloween or when you want to add a pop of color to parties or holidays. The LED Vintage is great for someone who likes retro things and their home may reflect that as well.

To see more visit http://www.feit.com
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