The first of what is expected to be a series of new LED lights has been launched by Philips, one of the most prominent brands in the field.
The light pink nail-shaped light is part of the company’s new Light Pink series, which was unveiled earlier this month in the US.
The company is also expected to introduce a new high-definition LED lamp, which will be available for the first time at a later date.
“The Light Pink light nail is our latest innovation in a series that is aimed at the growing number of customers who are searching for a new light source that will give them a stylish, eco-friendly and affordable alternative to traditional light bulbs,” Philips’ global head of lighting product development, Robyn Leach, said.
The nail lights have a unique design, which combines a light-emitting diode (LED) filament with a filament that is suspended by a thin ribbon.
This ribbon is sandwiched between two layers of plastic, which make up the filament and the filament is attached to the ribbon using a special adhesive.
This allows for the light to be controlled using a single knob.
“By using a ribbon, the light is controlled by a single switch,” Philips says.
“A single knob can control up to 16 LEDs.
When the light switch is pushed, the ribbon is pulled, and the LEDs change colour.
This LED lamp is ideal for home and commercial use, especially when combined with the Philips Hue light bulbs.”LED lamps have been on the rise for a while.
Philips has been working on a series for a number of years, and it now has over 20 products in development.
According to a company statement, the nail lights are powered by Philips Hue, a “green-light” technology that has been developed by the company that uses sensors to provide light on demand, rather than having to turn on the lights at specific times.
The Philips Hue lights will be coming to the UK in September, which should be enough to start getting them into homes and businesses.