All you need to know about LED Bulbs

Did you know that incandescent lights or the standard light bulbs in your house produce light with only 10% of the energy used, while frittering away 90% as heat? These outdated bulbs are now increasingly getting replaced by CFLs and LED bulbs. LEDs, in fact, are the latest addition in the lighting industry and are quite amazing once you get to know what they are all about. Let Conzumr.com take you through a crash-course on LED lighting and how you can make the right purchase for your home or office.

What is an LED Lamp?

An LED lamp is a light-emitting diode (LED) product that is assembled into a lamp (or light bulb) for use in lighting fixtures....

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What You Need to Know Before Buying a Pram/Stroller

If you’re getting ready to welcome a new baby home, well, firstly, congratulations! You must already have a long list of things to buy for the little one, and a pram or stroller is bound to feature on it. This handy guide from Conzumr will run you through everything you need to know about baby prams, carriages and strollers, so that you can confidently make the right purchase...

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What You Need to Know Before Buying a Highchair

Along with a new baby in the house, come a whole lot of joy and a number of new baby articles! While you try to determine which ones are absolutely essential and which ones you can do without, you may have considered the purchase of a highchair.

In this guide, we will help you decide if you need one. And if you do, we will take you through all the vital details you need to know to pick up the right chair for your bundle of joy to enjoy meals in...

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All you needed to know about Nebulizers and Compressors

A nebulizer is a device that is used to administer medication in a misty form that is inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers are used for treating asthma and other respiratory disorders. The device uses mechanical energy to transform the state of the liquid medication into aerosol which is nothing but mist of fine droplets.

A compressor nebulizer converts the liquid medication into a mist so that it can be effectively inhaled by either breathing naturally, through a mask or through a mouthpiece. The nebulizer and compressor aerosolize the liquid medication quickly so that the medication precisely reaches deep into the patient’s lungs thus reducing drug wastage....

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