GE Lighting Soft White 200-Watt Light Bulb – Brilliant Choice for Reading and Frightening Cockroaches
Some days need more light than others, and on the dim afternoons, when all is bleak and lonely, this little light is the one to shine.
At 200 Watts, this soft white bulb will reach into every corner. Cockroaches will find your abode no home for their families. However, its use is more than the bane of vile vermin. Though it ubiquitously streams its luminescence into the nests and nooks of nasty insects, the bulb brings forth ease for all readers no matter how light or deep the book.
When Saturday hits, and there’s a rain dropping down gray clouds and overcast skies, flip the switch with one of these in the socket. Find your next favorite book, and begin a new reading adventure, confident your bulb will be there throughout each page.
With the right shade to disperse the light, this bulb will brighten the room in a smart way without the inconsistent irritating buzzing of a fluorescent tube. You, and a hot chocolate, can sit on the laziest of chairs and linger through the longest of books without ever so much as one eye tiring.
It will last 750 hours. That will bring you 150 five-hour Saturday afternoons, or, if you read at a pace of 150 pages a Saturday, around 105 of the last Newberry Winners and Honor Books, going all the way back to 1974. Those are superb books deserving the whitest of lights, and this beauty will give these books the glory they earned.
Buy several and make your home a happy place for you and your books, and an unhappy one for the six-legged beasts which now roam.
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