"The price target for these lamps was less than EUR 9.99 for the 45W -replacement lamp and EUR 6.99 for the 25W replacement," explained Dekker. The 400 lm lamp offers a CCT of 2700K, CRI above 85 and lifetime of 20,000 hours. The LED design combines two red LEDs with four phosphor-coated blue LEDs, moving to a phosphor-only array in 2012 products."
The catch here is there's yet no announcement of these bulbs designed to work between 10 and 20 years being available Stateside. But considering IKEA has banished the old fashioned incandescent lightbulb earlier this year, all signs point towards the popular home furnishings store to make a notable push of popularizing the energy efficient, long lasting LED bulbs to the masses.
[via CNET Green Tech]