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Why you should change your bulbs to LED

I built my house exactly 15 years ago, so obviously renovation was needed and one of my wishes was to give the building a brighter, more proficient and more affordable lighting because I spend a fortune on electricity bill.

iFLUX LED lighting experts

But, I was able to do the 100% LED bulb change on my building because the cost of changing to LEDs today has dropped like a stone.

Now, a wide range of LED bulbs are available for as low as N400 and if you are willing to do more than just your home lighting, you need to keep up with the trend because there are a lot of exciting new things happening in the LED world.

How my renovation wish came through

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I got in touch with a big lighting brand called iFLUX, after a friend told me they use top-notch technology to offer really affordable LEDs across product range such as LED light bulbs, rechargeable lamps and high-end solar and luxury ambience lighting and that they could help me save a lot of electricity cost. After my personal encounter with the brand, I quickly did my calculation. See that below:

So, I decided It’s time to go iFLUX LED!

If you want a cheap, and quality and a light bulb that will probably outlive you then yeah, join me.

Now, imagine buying a 60 watts’ mercury filled light bulb for either N100 or N200 that will only last for 1,200 hours (approximately 50 days) with higher energy usage (that digs a huge whole in your pocket).

Or a light bulb you bought for N400 or lesser, that will last more than 60,000 hours (approximately 2,500 days) with an enormously lower energy usage (90% lower), cheap or no maintenance costs with no mercury.  Need I say more? I’m sure you have quickly made your choice.

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iFLUX LED is affordable, durable and very safe

iFLUX produces solid LED light bulbs which are extremely energy efficient, long lasting and affordable which can be used for a wide variety of purposes such as: residential, architectural, automotive, broadcasting, electronic instrumentation and ambieance lighting.

iIFLUX  gave me a detailed plan to help calculate how soon to recover the cost after the upgrade, and how to improve the lighting environment and comfort. They even provided me with professional solutions about how to implement the upgrade. Then, I got exactly what I wanted for lighting.

And, did I forget to mention that iFLUX products have a two-year warranty?  Well, I just did.

The warranty on every iFLUX  product is redeemable at CarlcareTM centreers across the country. CarlcareTM currently has the largest network of after sales service centres in Africa sub-Saharan Africa.

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So, there you have it, will it be your old incandescent and CFL light bulbs or your affordable durable iFLUX LEDs?

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