The lights are about to go out on the last of the incandescent bulbs. Popular 60 and 40 watts will no longer be manufactured come January. Consumer Reports latest tests show energy-saving bulbs are better than ever.
Incandescent bulbs are really only cheap if you never turn them on. They cost about $8 a year to power, compared with only $1.70 for an LED or CFL.
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