LED Bulbs Will Replace CFL

The CFLs (Compact Florescent Lamps) are already outdated by new technology, that will eventually replace CFL's, as CFL's are replacing incandescent bulbs, now. The LEDs (Light-Emitting Diodes) use a lot less power, are cooler than CFL's and incandescents, and last even longer than incandescents or CFLs.


All forms of LEDs are available at this time, but are just starting to come into common use by the commercial and industrial communities. They are only economical to the public as flashlights and such.

Until the R and D (Research and Development) and production costs go down, these LED lamps will be too expensive for most regular customers to buy. Keep you eyes open for LEDs to be inexpensive and commonplace!

By 'Miss' Bonnie from Denver, CO

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November 20, 20110 found this helpful

Am I the only one or do others have trouble seeing with the cfl bulbs. I had to switch back as they were not bright enough for me. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


Kathie from Portland, Maine

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