Will 'hot' light bulbs one day be a thing of the past?

swee'pea99

Legendary Member
Um...lava lamps are a thing of the past. :rolleyes:
 

Dirk

If 6 Was 9
I'm really struggling to find light bulbs that generate heat on the high street... all the options seem to LED these days.

How am I going to power my lava lamp when my last hot bulb goes?
I just unloaded about 60 new hot bulbs at my local charity shop.
I've still got enough in store to last me another 10 years, just in case.
 
I expect Mole Valley Farmers will always sell them as thats how you incubate piglets.
In answer to your question, id imagine yes because heat is a by product, generally not a useful product, of light bulbs which requires electrical power to generate. So manufacturers will hopefully strive to acheive heatless bulbs which thus cost less to perform their desired function.
 

Edwardoka

Bloviating windbag
I'm really struggling to find light bulbs that generate heat on the high street... all the options seem to LED these days.

How am I going to power my lava lamp when my last hot bulb goes?
Oh sure, you want to use heated light bulbs for a lava lamp, and not, say, for attic-based recreational agriculture
Say no more, say no more nudge nudge wink wink :okay:
 
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