Warranty for the Bulb !


Nice, first time in my life I got warranty for regular bulb.

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Ok, probably it is not regular, but it is pricy and economy bulb for PaulMann lamp.

Warranty for bulbs is good way to popularize economy bulbs. As price for economy bulb is higher than for regular F bulb.
When there is warranty, you have some confidence, that it will not cause wast of money (to change the bulb every week).

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7 responses to this post.

  1. I don’t know why but when i bought economic bulb about 120 W i was dissapointed because i think it is not so light, more like dark for a room.
    How long is warranty?

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  2. Posted by Sergejs on March 17, 2008 at 11:54 am

    Actually you bought 24W economic = 120W for regular bulb,

    here you can find some calculator,
    http://www.osram.com/osram_com/Tools_%26_Services/Calculators_and_Consultants/CFL_Saver_calculator/cfl_consumer_com/cfl_consumer_popup.jsp

    Warranty 1 year for bulb, 5 year for lamp.

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  3. But i don’t know i think that 24W economic is much more darker than 120W regular.

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  4. Posted by Sergejs on March 17, 2008 at 7:56 pm

    I did not notice it for equivalent 60W economic lamp.

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  5. We have 23W lamps in our house – they are pretty fine if you don’t want to make surgery in your living room 🙂 Also the lampshades make a difference – we have our bulb completely covered in a paper ball, so the light is not so bright anymore. that’s why we have two of them. They are still better and more cost effective than regular bulbs.

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  6. Posted by Sergejs on March 18, 2008 at 10:08 am

    I have 12W lamps, probably they are not so bright as 60W and off course there is no so much heat from them, and effectivity A/B compared to F,
    but they are good for me (as I can read and do other stuff without any problems).

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  7. Yes, maybe the problem is not in the bulb but in house is dark and a facture of lamp is dark.

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