LED bulbs promise to provide efficient and energy savings for folks who are in dire need of ample lighting without worrying too much on energy costs. But the buck doesn’t seem to stop there as the search for the “most” efficient light bulb seems to be still at large.
And if this new development from Nanolight holds true, the world’s most energy-efficient light bulb may soon by within the consumer’s grasps.
Through the combined efforts of three people looking for more efficient and sustainable products, Nanolight offers an array of signature light bulbs which should address this call. This includes a 12 W LED bulb that provides the equivalent of a 100 W classic bulb and gives off 1600 lumens. The three heads behind it all are Gimmy Chu, Tom Rodinger and Christian Yan.
The LED bulbs aim to address heat issues as well as becoming omnidirectional, something which may not be found on average LED bulbs. The bulbs are directly attached to a printed circuit board that is folded to resemble the stereotypical light bulb shape.