For those of you wasting your time comparing Incandescents to CFLs: stop.
I dont think lighting's chunk of 10-15%, is an insignificant amount either.
Getting 1000 hours out of cheapy Incandescents
paul wheaton wrote:So the lights will still be banned, but they will take away the enforcement of the ban? So, the exact same story from two years ago.
Of course, it was the light bulb industry that lobbied for the ban.
So who wants to start an business that is illegal, but there is currently no funding to come and regulate the law?
Victor Johanson wrote:"Rough Service" incandescents in all the standard wattages are available at http://www.newcandescent.com/ . They're more expensive, but it sounds like they also have far more longevity than the cheap ones from the box store. I'm used to having filaments break at the slightest jarring; maybe these hold up better.
paul wheaton wrote:My brother told me that the US will soon ban incandescent light bulbs. Anybody know if there is any truth to that?
I know that australia did something like that.