GE’s New LED+ Family Gives You More Than Light
- Collection offers the quality and value of LED light plus one stand-out feature, from an embedded speaker to color control to battery back-up
- Features are built right into the lights, eliminating the need for apps or additional hardware for seamless set-up and ongoing use
CLEVELAND, Ohio – June 26, 2019—Your home lighting is an essential part of your day, but what if your light did more than illuminate? With GE Lighting’s new LED+ portfolio, consumers receive high-quality, long-lasting LED light plus one additional stand-out feature, from a speaker to a motion sensor to battery back-up when the power goes out.
All the features are built right into the lights, so consumers won’t need an app or any additional hardware to unlock the additional features.
“The average home has 45 light sockets, which is really powerful real estate to leverage for benefit past light alone,” says Paul Williams, General Manager for Product Management and Growth, GE Lighting. “Our LED+ family is designed to use that ubiquity to help solve for common problems and create new opportunities, all concealed within lighting and without any complicated set up.”
GE’s LED+ products are offered in 60-65-watt equivalencies and include:
Battery Backup: Light up even without power
Nearly 37 million people in the U.S. were affected by power outages in recent years*, leaving consumers struggling to find flashlights or candles to stay out of the dark. GE’s new battery back-up bulb ensures your lights stay on with a battery that is triggered when the power goes out and stays illuminated for up to five hours. For extra convenience, simply unscrew the bulb to carry it around the house like a flashlight for illumination wherever it’s needed. Plus, the bulbs are designed to look like and provide the same brightness as other bulbs throughout the house to blend in with your aesthetic. Available in traditional A-line and BR shapes. MSRP $14-$18
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