One of the things that is pushed for people who want to go green is a switch from traditional incandescent light bulbs to greener options such as LED light bulbs. The problem with moving to an LED light bulb is that the bulbs cost much, much more than traditional incandescent units. Despite the cost, anyone looking to upgrade to LED lighting in their home now has a new choice that is available from Intematix.
The company has announced its ChromaLit Contour light bulb to replace the traditional 100 W bulb. The bulb is available in 60, 75, and 100 W equivalents. The company claims that using the LED bulbs can reduce your electricity costs to operate the light by 25% compared to conventional LED lighting. That would make it much more efficient than a standard incandescent bulb.
These new LED bulbs produce uniform and glare-free light with 330° lighting distribution. The bulbs are available in standard color rendering options of CRI 90. There is also a choice of color temperature ranges from 2700 K to 5000 K. Basically that means you should be able to find a color that is very close to that of a normal light bulb. One of the biggest complaints many people have about green and efficient light bulbs is that the color of light they produce is too blue or green and casts harsh shadows. Official pricing is around $20 making these surprisingly inexpensive.