They will last for around a decade. Keep in mind that you don’t need these bulbs for a prolonged period of time. But they provide a great price/performance advantage. You can replace saffron bulb throughout the house, from floor to ceiling, every few days. This can significantly save you on electricity and water bills in your long term home renovation projects.
Do saffron bulbs come with an insert? How long are they covered by the warranty?
Yes you can buy a replacement saffron bulb with a small insert. The insert can be reused and can even be replaced with another bulb. Please read: “Will a replacement saffron bulb last longer? What to replace with?”
How do saffron bulbs cost?
Saffron bulbs are available at a considerable discount from retail prices. However, you may want to consider: A lower-cost alternative is the CFL and fluorescent bulbs that you already have.
As you can see, a saffron bulb costs $3.50. You can find about 30 saffron bulbs for $2.50 or less. Of course, there are many varieties of saffron bulbs on the market, from a regular saffron bulb that has a length of approximately 12 inches and a width of approximately 5 inches, to special color varieties of saffron bulbs. For more information:
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This article was based on a real life experience that was researched on a site that was used as a reference in my other article:
Why do saffron bulbs last longer than other lamps?
Although the saffron bulb is widely known as the “power” bulb, it also offers a great performance advantage. In this article we will explore how that happens. When you use your saffron lamp for a long period of time, a phenomenon called “photoperiod” takes place. This occurs when light is provided directly to the bulb and does not come from the sun and is not influenced by outside outside factors (such as daylight time). The power of your saffron lamp provides a longer light period even without a solar or moonlight setting. It takes only 8.5 hours of sunlight for a single saffron bulb to produce its full energy output. (Note: in the real world it takes about 4.5
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