Sunday, May 31, 2015

Change Your Light Bulbs A Lot Less Often With EvoBrite & A Flash Giveaway!



There I was, standing on the little step stool in the middle of the living room trying to reach the light fixture on the ceiling and trying not to fall at the same time. The step stool was high enough except for one small thing.....there was no extra height on the handle for me to hang on to. I felt like I was balancing in mid air trying to get on the top step of this really not that tall step stool to reach the light fixture.

It was unnerving!!

None of my guys were home and I had company coming soon. We would need that light in the ceiling. After some harrowing moments, at least they felt that way to me, I finally got the bulb changed. The process had worked me up into a sweat and then the reverse task of getting back down was almost as bad, okay as bad, as getting up!

It's so not fun being short!


That's one reason why I really was happy to learn about Dimmable LED Light Bulbs by EvoBrite. Why am I so happy about them? They have a life span of 50,000 hours. On average, that's a full 10 years!! That's a lot less climbing up and down on a step stool that is not quite safe enough for me and will give me time to find one that is!!

EvoBrite has developed this bulb to really do more than just last a long time. It works on 1/10th of the energy that a standard light bulb does. That's a huge money saver over time and with energy prices continually rising, I can appreciate that a lot. But I appreciate it even more from a green stand point! It's good for our environment too!


When you get this bulb you will immediately notice that it not only feels different (it's heavier than an average bulb), but it looks different too. That's because it has a plastic coating to prevent the bulb from breaking in transport or while in storage. So you know it will be there when you need it.


It fits a standard light fixture and looks like a regular bulb when in use. It gives off a warm light that is plenty bright enough for use in a table lamp, ceiling light or wall sconce. We really like this bulb and have enjoyed using it since we got it. Where we see it working best is places that are harder to get to to change the bulbs, like outdoor fixtures, high ceilings and awkward closets or stairways.

Both my husband and I can heartily recommend this light to you. If you were to look for it near where you live, you would end up paying about $25 for it. But through Amazon you can save over $15!! The bulb sells for under $10 on Amazon! Wow! Less than one dollar a year! That's amazing!!

Purchase you own Dimmable LED Light Bulbs by EvoBrite HERE!

EvoBrite has generously offered to give on of my readers their own Dimmable LED Light Bulb! Just use the Rafflecopter below to enter!

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Open to Continental US Residents only. Must be 18 or older to enter. Limit one entry per household/address. All entries will be verified. Winner will have 24 hours to respond to winning notification if if no response then another winner will be chosen. Contest ends at 12:01 AM 6/3/15. The Minister's Wife Stamps and Saves is not responsible for the delivery of the prize. The company sponsoring this giveaway is solely responsible for the delivery of the prize to the winner(s). The Minister's Wife Stamps and Saves is not responsible for lost or misdirected emails or physical mail. This giveaway is in no way administered, sponsored, or endorsed by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google, Instagram, or any other social media. Void where prohibited by law.

We received samples of the products for the purpose of review. All opinions expressed here are those of the author.

6 comments:

  1. The one in our dinning room is so hard for me to get to.

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  2. There are a couple in my kitchen which are a pain to replace because they are so high.

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    1. Ones up high always make me very nervous!!

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  3. The lightbulb in my bedroom is so hard to change - luckily the light takes two, so I have had only one bulb lit for the last two weeks :/

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    1. I've done that, just wait until the second one goes out. Less of a hassle even if it is a little dimmer for a while.

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