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Old 27th July 2007, 12:57   #2116
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got the moonshaker, but did not get this one. can you help ?
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Old 27th July 2007, 13:57   #2117
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Korean Bulbs Are The Best
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Old 27th July 2007, 14:19   #2118
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There are Reva bulbs which run on petrol too
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There are Reva bulbs which run on petrol too
And they launched a new variant of reva bulb which shines brighter and with less petrol
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Old 27th July 2007, 15:04   #2120
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And they launched a new variant of reva bulb which shines brighter and with less petrol
Or was that supposed to be a new Reva bulb which shines less and consumes more petrol?
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Old 27th July 2007, 16:30   #2121
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What about the new Japanese bulbs which glows on solar power ?
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Old 27th July 2007, 18:16   #2122
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Some bulbs can run on hydrogen also
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Old 27th July 2007, 18:23   #2123
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only on TBHP:

a joke thread creates it's own joke.
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Old 27th July 2007, 18:34   #2124
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I trust Japanese and Korean bulbs. Indian bulbs are getting there, another 5-10 years maybe. If I own a large mansion, maybe I will consider a European bulb. Something brash, yellow (or blue), with a bull on it. Shines bright, looks good.
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Old 27th July 2007, 19:33   #2125
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I would prefer Red Italian bulbs ... you know, the topless ones.
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Old 27th July 2007, 19:58   #2126
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I would love to buy one of these Italian bulbs with a prancing horse logo on the bulb. But for that money I can buy 4 japanese bulbs and for more shine from the existing filament by adding aftermarket stuff.
American bulbs are only good for couple of years, very much adapted to their use and throw nature
Indian bulbs are not much reliable, they need their filament to be repaired many a times during their life.
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Old 27th July 2007, 21:07   #2127
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Oh, I guess you have never heard of the German bulbs which were so over-engineered that they never failed. Then the designers started adding electronic circuits to the bulbs in order that you just had to think and they would come on - sadly too much electronics caused many of them to conk off.

Where is this thread going?
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Old 27th July 2007, 21:19   #2128
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Where is this thread going?
Nowhere. Yet, people dont seem to mind expending their energies and time over it. A classic Catch22.
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Old 27th July 2007, 21:20   #2129
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Nowhere. Yet, people dont seem to mind expending their energies and time over it. A classic Catch22.
Is that also a type of bulb?
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Old 27th July 2007, 22:13   #2130
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Indian bulbs are not much reliable, they need their filament to be repaired many a times during their life.
My My, we have actually come to a stage where we can repair filaments, isn't that wonderfull ?
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