GE Reveal Lamps Review + Giveaway
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GE Reveal Lamps Review + Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
When I am doing work in my office it’s very important for me to see what I am doing. Lately I have caught myself looking hard at stuff trying to figure out what it is. My first thought was I needed a new lamp. Wrong! I just needed a new light bulb. So, I tried GE Reveal Lamps. I was really pleased with what I discovered!

GE Reveal Lamps

About GE Reveal Lamps:

  • Lamp type Compact Fluorescent – Self-Ballasted Bulb T3
  • Base Medium Screw (E26)
  • Primary Application Standard Equivalent
  • Wattage 60 W
  • Rated Life 8000 hrs
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) 120 %
  • Life in Years (Based on 3hrs/day) 7.3 L
  • EED-EB MR Credit 410 picograms Hg per mean lumen hour

GE Reveal Lamps

My Thoughts:

The GE Reveal  series light bulb gives you a clean beautiful light that is perfect for my office. The GE Reveal technology filters out the dull, yellow rays and brings out colors and patterns. This lighting is perfect me because it brings out my colors that I have in my office area. The best part about these light bulbs are that the fluorescent technology inside delivers a superior energy efficiency. These light bulbs had made a world of difference for my front room and office.  I honestly didn’t realize how much a light bulb can chance the look of the room.  Not only do they make a difference in my office area but I can also do my work a lot easier! Overall, I am very pleased with GE Reveal Lamps!

About the Giveaway:

One lucky reader win GE Reveal Lamps(light bulbs), Open to the US, Ends 3/18/2014

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55 thoughts on “GE Reveal Lamps Review + Giveaway

  1. I would use it in my bedroom so that I can see my cats and they don’t attack my feet from under the bed!

  2. This would be great in the spare room which we use for our computer, exercise equipment and lots of other stuff. This is the darkest room in the house and a person could hide in there all day without anyone seeing him

  3. As much as I want to say Living Room and/or Bedroom – I’m going to have to say my Home Office and/or the Kitchen.

    I spend a lot of time in the my office and kitchen – and do A LOT of PRECISION WORK in these rooms and aside from being very unhappy with the current decor – the poor quality of the lighting in these room is starting to hurt the quality of my work, giving me severe eye stain and serious headaches.

    The more I learn about GE Reveal Lights / Lamps – the more eager and excited I am to try really recreating my office space (first) with lighting being the highest priority.

  4. Thanks, I would love using the lamps in the living room because it’s currently our darkest room. It doesn’t have a lot windows and we were debating about putting in recessed lighting, but these GE reveal lamps would work too 🙂

  5. Would love these for the nursery we are putting together for our lil one coming this fall

  6. I wonder if these take a long time to get bright or if they are at full brightness instantly.

  7. I would use these GE Reveal Bulbs in my den at my computer station to help brighten up the area as it is usually darkish.

  8. I would use it in the living room. Also…………………. I made a mistake in the rafflecopter please delete points for following you on email . I can’t subscribe because anyone who has hotmail can’t subscribe to feedburner its a huge problem. Hotmail blocks the confirmation email so we can never sign up.

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  10. I would put it in my elderly father’s bedroom. He has a hard time seeing, and I think he would benefit from it most.

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