Christmas Shut Down
Most of our suppliers will be shut over the Christmas period, as a result we will also be shut for our Christmas shut-down from Tuesday December 24th until Thursday, January 2nd.
During this period our online shop will be open as usual, however we won’t be in the office to ... Continue reading →
With Despicable Me 2 being released on DVD in time for Christmas, families have been enjoying plenty more “Light bulb!” moments from delightful villain Gru.
And if you’ve ever felt that you could do with help from a few Irishmen to change the bulbs in your home, it’s time to read our handy g... Continue reading →
Dimmers are always a source of confusion for customers. It used to be simple: any dimmer could be used on an incandescent bulb and no dimmer could be used on a florescent tube light (With a few exceptions but was generally true for domestic lighting). However with the many different types of lamps n... Continue reading →
We’re pleased to announce we’re now stocking a range of energy-saving GE halogen lights.
We introduced the range of reflector lamps, GLS lamps, golf ball lamps and candle lamps to give our customers more choice and help households reduce their energy use – and hopefully those energy bills! Ha... Continue reading →
The UK’s leading energy firms are at it again. Not only do they wait until mid-October – just as we’re reaching for woolly jumpers and the central heating switch – to announce energy price hikes, but they take our breath away with the amount of the increase. First SSE put up its prices by an... Continue reading →
Homes in England and Wales are using less energy than previously, new statistics have revealed…
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Love it or loathe it, you won’t be able to get through Hallowe’en without some ominous knocking on your front door! You can draw the curtains and play no-one’s home if you want, but wouldn’t it be nicer to get into the spooky spirit and give the little witches and wizards on the doorstep som... Continue reading →
How It Works Series
Often termed the “Normal” bulb, now being phased-out due to its’ high energy requirements. By far the simplest of all bulbs, it passes an electric current through a tungsten filament (thin wire), the resistance of the wire causes it to heat up to the p... Continue reading →
Hopes for better gas and electricity prices are warming up following a pledge by Labour leader Ed Miliband at the annual party conference.
Mr Miliband has promised to freeze energy prices until 2017 if Labour comes to power at the next general election, as well as introducing tough new regulations f... Continue reading →
His name might not have the familiarity of Thomas Edison or Joseph Swan, but Alfredo Moser is one of the brightest sparks in light bulb history.
The Brazilian inventor is in the limelight for creating a bulb that needs no electricity. His innovation is the ‘current’ trend in 15 countries and is ... Continue reading →