The first independent British LED lighting comparison website, designed to help consumers make an informed decision on which LED lamps to buy, has now gone online.
Which LED Light uses a powerful search engine to give consumers an opportunity to learn more about the technology, showcase the best products on the market and help them find the LED lamp they are looking for at the most competitive price.
Despite many articles and guidance notes from major lighting manufacturers, there remains a great deal of confusion regarding the subject of LED replacement lamps since the ban on supplying the older style incandescent lamps came into force internationally. This confusion has even affected major retailers, some of whom are unable to recommend like-for-like replacement LED based light bulbs.
The new comparison site’s founder, James Nelson, believes that the new facility will be able to offer a unique level of completely unbiased advice about the large choice of LED bulbs now on the market.
He says: “With a wealth of products on the market, the world of LED lamps is still very confusing for the average consumer, particularly if you are switching from traditional lighting methods for the first time, and we want to make the process easier with Which LED Light. We aim to bring clarity to the market, comparing the best quality products on the market and helping the end user make an informed decision about their LED lamp purchase.”
“Through the site we want to educate people about the advantages of using LED bulbs but more importantly we want them to be aware that the true benefits of LED lamps can only be found in top quality products from recognised manufacturers. We therefore only feature products from leading manufacturers like Megaman, Toshiba and Verbatim, which provide products which have been independently tested to meet strict performance and safety criteria.
Adrian Kitching, Director at Megaman UK, is delighted that his company’s products will be featured on the new comparison site. He commented:
“As soon as we heard about the concept of WhichLEDdlight.com, we knew it was something that we wanted to get involved with. With the LED sector now really taking off, we have started to see some low cost manufacturers cutting corners and creating sub-standard LED lamps. The result is that what looks like a good lamp may well perform badly or inconsistently, and this is increasing the confusion and tarnishing our industry. So it’s great that Which LED Light has come along to bring transparency to the market and champion only LED bulbs from reputable manufacturers.”