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My friend, Think wisely before making a decision because the time will change, but the decision will not. Shall we stick it in, pull it out, or would you prefer the ability to do both?

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Before & After LED T8 5000K

5000 kelvin is the platinum spectrum of light. A bright, natural-colored light source that resembles the noon day sun. A workspace can improve productivity by using 5000 kelvin LED tubes which renders colors accurately bringing natural outdoor sunlight indoors. I've been in lighting for over 20 years, and this is my absolute favorite color of light. It's a clean, white light that makes seeing and working easier. I feel better while working under 5000 kelvin LEDs and I'm positive you will have a similar experience. It's the color of light that we use throughout our offices and in the warehouse. Every manufacturing facility, production and school should be using 5000 kelvin. It has been proven to reduce eye strain, headaches, and glare. The right light makes a huge difference.

First you should understand how kelvin which is the color of light can trick the eyes. If you had two rowsof light bulbs and each one was a different kelvin, and each bulb produced the same amount of light or lumens. The bulb with the highest kelvin temperature would look the brightest to the naked eye. For example, a 5000 kelvin bulb will look brighter than a 3000 kelvin bulb even though it produces the exact same amount of lumens or light. Seeing is believing, with light bulbs seeing can be deceiving. To understand how much light is being illuminated look at the Lumens not the Watts. Watts and LED only matter on an electric bill.

LED bulbs not only bring down your energy bills but are also more environmentally friendly when compared to incandescent bulbs and compact fluorescent lights (CFLs). LED bulbs contribute the least amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere of all lighting sources. LED bulbs consume less power per unit of light emitted. This reduces greenhouse emissions from power plants. Carbon dioxide emissions for LEDs are also low. One LED bulb will minimize greenhouse gas emissions by almost half a ton. For example, an incandescent bulb results in 4,500 pounds of CO2 annually, while LED bulbs contribute just 451 pounds of CO2 per year. LED lighting can last up to 20 years, this longer life decreases the production of more bulbs, reducing the greenhouse emissions created by the manufacturing process.

LEDs have the best light distribution by focusing light in one direction as opposed to other types of lighting that waste energy by emitting light in all directions. Fewer LED bulbs are needed to achieve the same level of brightness given off by other forms of bulbs. Less bulbs reduce energy consumption and benefit the environment.

LEDs generate less heat during use so cooling costs are much lower. Incandescent bulbs release 90% of the energy as heat. While LED bulbs release 5% of the energy as heat and the rest is made into light. LEDs also contain ZERO mercury, unlike CFLs.

Buy A Light, Be A Light.

16% of the world's population still lives without electricity. GoodBulb believes we all have the opportunity to create a positive impact. Join us in choosing to buy quality products that help you create that positive impact in the world. Those who live without electricity often rely on kerosene lanterns. These are inefficient, expensive, and dangerous. In fact, Kerosene is the #1 cause for devastating fires in remote villages, destroying homes and endangering lives. With every light bulb you purchase, GoodBulb provides solar lanterns to families who live without electricity.

Every LED Can Be Safety Coated

With increasing concerns for safety in public areas, the loss of productivity in the workplace, and the risk of litigation due to negligence, shatter proof light bulbs are now required in a broad range of industries. Shatter Proof lamps are required in the food industry, supermarkets, elevators, and the medical field. To protect children from unforeseen accidents, more schools are using safety coated LEDs. The hospitality industry is beginning to use shatter proof LEDs to protect their guests. Sports facilities, security, manufacturing, retailers, even parking garages have begun to use shatter guard lamps to protect the public, employees, and their business.

If your LED is Shatter Proof you can drop it, you can kick it, you can break it and the coating will keep your bulb intact. It may never light up again, but the components will be contained.

FYI…Our team has been instructed to give anyone who finds a creative way to break BadBulbs (think Star Wars or find your inner Ninja) and share the video on social media. (Wear a mask for those bulbs do have excess mercury & phosphors inside of them). Tag Us and the discount is all yours. We have taken the time to share our lighting knowledge with the world and I’m curious to see how many people will actually break a bad bulb.

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