BlissLights Introduces NEW BlissBulb

August 8, 2017

Decorate in an instant with NEW BlissBulbs from BlissLights! The BlissBulb uses BlissLights' classic holographic technology of thousands of pinpoints of light, but has been redesigned to be in a new housing that works like a regular lightbulb to blend in with existing home decor. It eliminates bulky landscape fixtures and messy cords, while still providing the same great look and coverage that can be used indoors with greater ease or outdoors to. Whether you use it as a night light for the kiddos, an accent light on your patio or in your backyard; or for birthdays, weddings, holiday decor or more, add a little magic to any display with beautiful BlissBulbs!

 Explore the fun features of BlissBulb: 

• 4X points of light than leading competitor – brighter, more vibrant display

• No messy wires for installation

• Discreet, easy to hide in existing home decor

• Easy to move from room to room

• Uses home’s existing light sockets like a regular lightbulb

• Laser based bulb – low energy consumption, long bulb life

• Value priced – high quality laser light at competitive prices compared to cheap projectors on the market

• Available in Red, Green, and Blue 

• Use on patios, backyards, creative work spaces, holiday decoration, night lights in child’s room, etc. 

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