Liquid-Cooled Bulbs in shelves now!

Prominent displays of liquid-cooled bulbs will be vital as consumers scour shelves at B.C. Home Hardwares for a replacement to the defunct 60-100 watt incandescents

VANCOUVER— First it was the factory production of 100-watt incandescents that disappeared on New Year’s Day last year, and this year they’ll be joined on the ‘scrap heap of light bulb history’ by the 60 watt version.

So by mid January, 2015, light bulb consumers at Home Hardware stores in B.C. and across Canada will be scouring their store shelves for an alternative. That’s where the prominent displays of the breakthrough liquid-cooled LED bulbs will be so important.

LED Bright Choice liquid-cooled 6-8-10 watt replacement bulb delivers all the features of the extinct 60-100 incandescent with energy-savings of between 80 and 90 percent. And they’ll last for more than 50,000 hours and pay for themselves in energy-savings within a month of use.

The new LED Bright Choice liquid-cooled bulb is fully guaranteed for 10 years. Let me list its competitive advantages, even over traditional LED bulbs some people may consider as an alternative to the incandescent:

  • It has full 360 degree light output
  • Liquid cooled bulbs’ 6-8-10 watt versions feature 90-100 lumens per watt
  • They look exactly like the 60-100 watt incandescents that people grew up with
  • Colour choice ranges from 2700K to 6500K and bulbs are dimmable
  • Liquid cooled bulbs are virtually unbreakable

So watch the HighNet Energy website or your local Home Hardware store for Led Bright’s Choice liquid-cooled LED light bulb in special display shelves. It’s at the leading edge of LED replacement bulb technology and there’s nothing currently in the marketplace like it.

To learn more about energy, LED technologies, and the story of ‘Led Bright and the Light Bulb Games’, visit the HighNet Energy website

You can also contact me, David Clark Wilson at 604-771-9051 or

Liquid-Cooled Bulbs on shelves!

Buyers will be on the look-out Led Bright’s Choice liquid-cooled bulbs with imbedded LED chips… a far better alternative to the defunct incandescents and other LED products.