After months of research and development Wholesale LED Lights is excited to reveal the latest addition to our LED-range. Called Omni-LED, these bulbs are an LED in disguise, made to look and feel just like a traditional incandescent bulb. Read on to find out more. Continue reading →
If you’re tired of constantly having to replace your halogen floodlights when they fizzle out and give up the ghost, you should definitely consider investing in some outdoor LED lighting!
That’s right, because as direct replacements for halogen lights, LEDs simply cannot be beaten. Continue reading →
The future of lighting, both domestically and commercially, is LEDs. More and more people are ditching their old incandescent and fluorescent bulbs.
One of the main reasons for this is the sheer amount of money you save when you start using LED bulbs. Continue reading →
There are several important things to consider when you’re purchasing a light bulb.
You’ll need to think about the type of fitting or ‘cap’ you need, the colour, the number of watts and how many lumens you require. But what about the physical shape of the bulb? Isn't it important as well? Continue reading →
When it comes to compiling a list of compelling reasons to switch from your existing light sources to LED lighting, ten just aren’t enough, which is why there are eleven in this one! Continue reading →
LEDs or “Light-Emitting Diodes” are becoming increasingly popular for both domestic and corporate illumination purposes. In comparison with traditionally used incandescent and halogen lights, LEDs are hugely superior in that they require just a tiny amount of electricity, have a very long lifespan, produce hardly any heat, and can easily be controlled and programmed.
Buying LED strip lights may appear at first glance to be fairly straightforward, however, in actuality there are a great many different factors that buyers need to take into consideration to ensure they get the right lights to suit their requirements. Continue reading →
The emergence of energy-efficient LED light bulbs in the last few years has made choosing bulbs to replace your existing, wasteful incandescent bulbs a lot less simple than it used to be. Continue reading →