A rechargeable light bulb? What? And why
? A new product is hitting the market that could revolutionize lighting (or could just be another gimmick that will flop). From the marketing info, it sounds like a pretty cool product: MagicBulb, the award winning light bulb that will stay lit after the power cuts out.
is an LED bulb that is rechargeable, cuts energy use, doubles as a flashlight, and is eco-friendly. Said to last for 20,000 hours, the MagicBulb does not contain any harmful elements and has three different switch functions to alter how the bulb is used:
Can be used as a normal light bulb (when electricity supply is on, light stays on. When electricity supply is off, light stays off.)
Rapid recharging for the built in rechargeable battery and light will stay off.
Light always stay on when electricity supply is switched on (but when electricity supply is switched off, light will stay on for 3 hours provided the built in battery is fully charged).
When bulb is removed for the socket, if the battery is charged it can used as a flashlight by pulling down the bottom end to form a handle.
Available in two sizes, the MagicBulb replaces all types of E27 or E26 socket light bulbs and emits a natural, UV and infrared free light.
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