As the market’s popularity grows, the industry’s biggest question has been whether consumers will find value in the bulbs, as they are now.
The answer, so far, appears to be no.
The industry has seen a rapid increase in the price of light bulbs in recent years.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that light bulb prices rose $4.6 billion last year, compared to $1.5 billion in 2013.
And a recent report by the National Association of Home Builders found that the price tag for a typical light bulb has risen $4,000 over the past decade.
It has been speculated that the rise in bulb prices is a result of a surge in consumer demand for LEDs, or LEDs that emit light at a much higher wavelength.
LEDs are brighter than incandescent bulbs, making them ideal for outdoor lighting.
But the trend is still in its infancy, with manufacturers like Philips announcing last year that they are looking at replacing their existing incandescents with LED bulbs.
Consumers may not be eager to spend the extra cash on LEDs because they are still a relatively new technology.
In the United States, the price for an LED bulb is now roughly $40 per watt.
The price for the new standard bulbs is expected to be $65 per watt, which is more expensive than the LED bulbs currently on the market.
So far, there have been no serious lawsuits against Philips, but the lights are expected to have an impact on consumers who buy bulbs at the store.
If you are not a fan of incandescent bulbs, the new lights may be the only way to save money.
In fact, many people are already using them as the primary source of lighting in their homes.
But that doesn’t mean that you should.