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ProLite Daylight Full Spectrum Bulb

20 Watt Bayonet Cap White Item code: 68810

£23.00 £4.95
One Size

Only 10 left in stock

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Supplied by the SAD experts at the Litepod Company, our ProLite Daylight Full Spectrum bulbs are a great way to improve the light quality in any room. They are energy efficient bulbs and the light output in the 11 watt model is equivalent to the old 60 watt bulbs, ranging up to the 30 watt bulb which is equivalent to a 100 watt bulb. These daylight light bulbs are a great enhancement to any home, and are often chosen by design studios, office environments and photographers. They emit a range of light very similar to sunlight to give a bright, natural feel to any room. They are often said to help relieve eye strain and tiredness that can be caused by poor artificial lighting and cheap ineffective energy efficient bulbs. The ProLite Daylight Full Spectrum bulbs are available in a range of powers and in both edison screw (ES) and bayonet cap (BC) fittings. Please note - Although these bulbs improve the light in a room they are not an alternative to a SAD Light Box as they are not powerful enough to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder.

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Product ratings

9 January 2019

I love my new full spectrum lightbulb, which has made my lounge much brighter & more pleasant through the winter months. It also means I can see well enough to read, sew, etc, in my lounge, which I couldn't previously when I had an ordinary bulb. It does take a little getting used to, but I love it!

25 September 2018

Fast efficient delivery. Quality product!

11 July 2018

This bulb has made the difference between my being able to work as an artist on dull days, or not. The light is wonderful and true to description. I highly recommend this product, especially for artists.

10 April 2016

This 20 watt Prolite bulb was bought as a 25 watt one which we found a bit too bright for use in the dining room, but fine for use in, say, a work area such as a study. The 20 watt one is just that bit less bright for a more intimate area such as the dining room and gives a good, overall light immediately, without the annoying warming up period of low energy type bulbs, while still saving power over the traditional incandescent type.