I’ve been testing the new Zeta-Lux 2 LED light bulb from EarthLED. This bulb looks similar to the first Zeta-Lux –but this bulb retails for $25 instead of $40. This means you can get a 40-watt equivalent LED bulb that consumes just 6 watts. The color temperature of the Zeta-Lux 2 is a pleasing 2800K. These bulbs are very durable and contains no mercury — they are RoHS compliant, UL Listed and FCC Approved.
At this price point, LED bulbs are a compelling alternative to compact fluorescent bulbs and incandescents. If you’re unconvinced about the advantages of LED lights. see our latest in-depth look at Efficient LED Light Bulbs For The Home.
The Zeta-Lux 2 bulb will be available for $15.99 on Earth Day form EarthLED.
EarthLED also plans to release a 7-watt Pro version of the bulb, which will be a 60-watt incandescent equivalent. The company is also introducing a dimmable LED flood the LumiSelect R20, and an outdoor water-resistant bulb.