Energy-efficient NanoLight LED light bulbs outshine 100 W incandescent bulbs!
100 W incandescent bulbs have always been energy vampires, sucking out energy and lengthening electricity bills. Researchers at the University of Toronto recently came up with a fantastic solution to replace these bulbs and fill in the 75 to 100-watt range. Called the NanoLight LED light bulbs, these were designed by Gimmy Chu, Tom Rodinger and Christian Yan. These 12 W LED bulbs provide the equivalent of 100 W classic bulbs with 1600 lumens.
Omnidirectional and with heating issues solved, the NanoLight LED bulbs are directly attached to printed circuit boards folded to look like the usual bulbs. A fantastic and energy efficient replacement of the conventional incandescent bulbs, these newly developed LED light bulbs are bound to fly off store shelves when launched commercially.