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Published on January 3rd, 2010 | by Zachary Shahan


LED Light Bulbs with Remote Controls and Aimed Lighting

January 3rd, 2010 by  

Energy efficient light bulbs are cool already, but they are getting a whole lot cooler. The new LED EcoBulb by Seokjae Rhee raises the green bar with innovative features to save more energy.


For one, the bulb allows the user to only light the needed area with a small portion of the bulb’s surface aiming in the right direction (the bulb’s surface is divided into 6 parts). The brightness can also be adjusted, so you don’t have to have it on full blast all the time. The bulb also comes with a remote control, so when people are too lazy to get up to turn the light off (can’t imagine you’ve ever been in that situation) they can just grab the remote.

Cool bulbs. I’d love one of those.

designer: Seokjae Rhee

via ecofriend

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