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As well as lasting six times longer than a regular light bulb, the Philips Tornado uses 80% less electricity

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G ood lighting design means your home is well illuminated and not you're not wasting energy on unnecessary lights.

Saving money on lighting has become a lot easier with the introduction of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs).

CFLs use 20% of the power of a standard incandescent light bulb to produce the same amount of light, says Ray Sanders of Philips Lighting.


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View of the Phillips Tornado, last 6 times longer than a regular light bulb & also uses 80% less electricity

"This means you can replace your ordinary 100W bulbs with 18W CFLs, and save up to 80% on your lighting bill," he says.

"They also last about six times longer than a regular bulb," he says. "Based on five and a half hours of use per day, a regular bulb will expire after six months. A CFL, such as the Tornado, will last about three years."

Tornado is C-tick approved it has been tested and meets NZ standards for electromagnetic compatibility. This means it will not interfere with radio and TV reception.

View of the Phillips Tornado, last 6 times product, product design, gray
View of the Phillips Tornado, last 6 times longer than a regular light bulb & also uses 80% less electricity

Philips energy efficient bulbs are available in supermarkets in a range of wattages and with bayonet or screw fittings.

For more information, visit www.lighting.philips.co.nz, or phone 0800 4 LIGHT (454 448).

Story by: Trendsideas

23 Aug, 2004

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