As more and more people are shifting to LEDs, businesses are saying that these new bulbs help 'make colors more vibrant. 

Ever since the EU restricted sales of traditional incandescent light-bulbs, consumers have complained about the shortcomings of their energy-efficient replacements. But now a small Yorkshire start-up claims to have come up with a kind of energy-saving LED lighting that for, the first time, almost exactly mimics the old-style ones it replaces. Well-Lit, a tiny Huddersfield-based company with just five employees, claims to have made a major breakthrough by developing lights with a rating of 97 out of 100 on the ‘colour rendering index’ (CRI). 

Read on at the Telegraph.


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