Ahead of the 2014 lighting season, Technical Consumer Products Limited (TCP) launches its new LED light bulb. Priced from £6.99 RRP the product offers consumers a superior quality product at an affordable price.
It has a colour temperature of 2700K and emits 810 lumens at a 230 degree beam angle. This creates a warm, white light, making it the perfect light bulb for all types of fitting around the home.
“The new light bulb is the result of utilising advances in LED technology, with research at TCP’s facilities in Ohio, USA. The product underlines the position of TCP as mass adopters, bringing together the latest technology and affordability, to offer consumers superior quality lighting solutions,” stated Thomas Luecke, President & CEO of TCP Limited.
The 10W LED light bulb is equivalent to a 60W traditional bulb but offers an A+ energy efficiency rating, saving up to 90% of energy bills and paying for itself in just two years. The product also has a lifetime of 25,000 hours, making it one of the longest lifetimes in the market.
This bulb will retail in Homebase from the 10 August.
• Replaces 60W Classic with 10W LED
• Available for both B22/BC and E27/ES caps
• 2700K colour temperature (warm white)
• 230° beam angle
• 25,000 hours rated lifetime
• 810 lumens
• A+ energy efficiency rating
• Instant start
• No mercury
• Cool to touch
• Non dimmable
To download the specification sheet, click here.
Should you require further information, please contact:
Alex Kosminsky, Marketing, Technical Consumer Products Limited
+44 (0)1536 201503
About Technical Consumer Products Limited
TCP is a leader in energy efficient lighting solutions and supplies TCP branded and private label products to some of the world’s largest retailers and electrical distributors.
TCP offers a large selection of superior quality lighting solutions for every requirement. Its extensive product offering includes Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), Fluorescent Tubes and Eco Halogen lamps.
TCP’s European headquarters is located in Corby, UK.