Nxled introduces the Emergency Light Bulb


light bulbThomas Edison is credited as the inventor of the light bulb in 1879.  Since then the light bulb has become a necessity in every home and business and has evolved not just in appearance but also in performance.

Homes and establishments rely on emergency lights as their main arsenal against power outages, being that they light up as soon as the power trips.

Our usual solution to power outages

Whenever the power is down most people end up doing one or all of the following:

  • bring out some candles
  • if they have gas lamps, they bring those out, too
  • or they bring out/turn on emergency lights, especially along stairwells.

standard forms of emergency lightsEmergency lights that are available commercially usually come in 2 forms … industrial and portable.  Industrial emergency lights are often wall-mounted while portable, as the term suggests, is something that you can carry around.

In both cases they are essentially battery packs with light bulbs attached.  In both cases the entire unit is heavy and cumbersome.

Wall-mounted emergency lights are often left plugged the entire time and are equipped with a sensor so that as soon as it gets dark the light will turn on.  Portable emergency lights are charged for a few hours then stored and only brought out when needed.

The Nxled Emergency Light Bulb is the solution

Tessa Prieto-Valdes endorses the Nxled Emergency Bulb

Tessa Prieto-Valdes endorses the Nxled Emergency Bulb

Nxled, Next Generation Lighting, offers an innovative solution to power failures with the new Nxled 6 Watts Emergency Bulb. This revolutionary bulb works like a normal bulb but better: it can be attached to a regular socket in any part of the house and charges while it’s being used. When a power failure occurs, it will automatically light up, thus switching into emergency lighting!

The Nxled Emergency Bulb, powered by a 3.7V 3000mAh lithium battery, can remain lit for up to 6 hours. It also has the option to be used as a carry-around bulb. It comes with a portable mother socket so you can simply carry it indoors or outdoors.

And because it’s LED, you can save energy and costs by up to 90% compared to a 50 Watt incandescent bulb with the same brightness. It also does not contain mercury and is environment friendly, with an average lamp life of 30,000 hours.

The Nxled emergency bulb comes with a two-year warranty and is now available in leading hardware stores nationwide at an introductory price of PHP 495.

That’s 495 pesos!  This is less expensive than other emergency lights found in the market today.