Phillips' $60 Light Bulb Is Supposed To Last 20 Years

April 17, 2012

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This is the Phillips' latest award-winning LED light bulb, a 10-watter that produces the light equivalent (and warm glow) of a 60-watt incandescent and is rated to last 20-years at 4-hours/use a day. Will we even be using light bulbs in 20 years? No, we will not. The world isn't gonna last that long and heaven glows. Plus there are always fires in hell. The bulb will retail for $60, but rebates are expected to subsidize the cost down to around $20. So, being the intrepid reporter that I am, I went to Phillip's official site and I saw this:

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LOLOL @ "Be the first". OMG dude, did you hear -- I got Phillips' new energy efficient light bulbs! Wanna come over and check them out? The light they put out is like, soooooo f***ing natural. Plus I'm saving a fortune in electricity! "Your life depresses me." SAME. I almost drove my car off a cliff on the way home.

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A $60 light bulb? Prize-winning LED goes on sale Sunday [king5]

Thanks to Evil Ares, who's so evil he just replaced all the lightbulbs in his house with burning coal.

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