LED Eco Lights has launched an innovative range of filament-style retrofit LED lamps. Designed to provide a timeless vintage feel, the new Bright Goods products include a wide selection of popular shapes, including globes, squirrel cages, candles, long tubes and traditional GLS bulbs to create the designer-induced decorative glow, previously only the territory of energy-hungry incandescents.

The new range is designed to invoke nuances of Victorian nostalgia, whilst offering the energy saving benefits of a 21st century LED lamp. Inspired by the charm and elegance of a bygone era, the Bright Goods lamp range provides a stylish choice across a broad spectrum of commercial, hospitality and domestic environments.

With packaging made from 100% recycled material, the Bright Goods range is incredibly eco friendly.  Where a filament bulb consistently in use over 10 hours a day would require replacing in less than a year, all lamps in the Bright Goods range are fully dimmable and provide a high-performance lifespan of 30,000 hours which is around ten times that of a conventional filament bulb.

Interior designers, architects and energy managers will welcome the versatility, flexibility and energy efficiency of the Bright Goods range. For example, where a 100 lamp installation of filament bulbs would weigh in at a massive 6000W, the retrofitting of Bright Goods bulbs would reduce this to a mere 600W energy usage – and provide a brighter, consistent light output.

“We are extremely excited to launch the new Bright Goods range,” Says Saima Shafi, Marketing Director of LED Eco Lights. “Our products offer an entirely new dynamic to architects, interior designers and residential users alike. By combining a classic vintage look with state-of-the-art LED lighting technology, not only do they look fantastic but also provide incredible energy savings throughout a very long working life. The Bright Goods range truly offers the best of both worlds!”

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Bright Goods LED filament lamps installed into GOAT CHELSEA PHOTO FINAL