Giveaway: The Ionic Bulb!

This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to Katie who won!

I’m pleased to offer another giveaway this week. This time it is for an Ionic Bulb. What does this have to do with pregnancy or birth you might wonder? Well, I think it might be great for use in the room where your baby sleeps! According to the company’s information: “The bulb silently emits negative ions that help clear the air of smoke, dust, pet dander, allergens, airborne viruses and odors.” A dual purpose is that the bulb is also energy efficient—so if green, healthy living is important to you, this might be a good match:  “The Ionic Bulb comes equipped with a patented air purifying microchip ion emitter that is powered by the bulb’s own energy. The 23W Ionic Bulb is equivalent to a standard 100W incandescent bulb and uses 25% of the electricity than a regular incandescent bulb. In addition to being four times more energy efficient, the Ionic Bulb lasts up to 10 times longer and use 50% to 80% less energy than regular incandescent light bulbs.”

A single bulb works in a 100 square foot area.

I have one bulb to give away and will draw the winner via random number generator next Friday at noon. You can enter to win by simply leaving a comment on this post (making sure it gives me a means of contacting you if you win). You can receive bonus entries by doing one or all of the following (and posting to tell me you did so!):

8 thoughts on “Giveaway: The Ionic Bulb!

  1. Ok, that’s cool! lol We already use energy efficient bulbs in our entire house but this one tops them! = )

  2. I’ve told some friends about this bulb and they think it sounds too good to be true! I became a first time fan for the bulb on facebook, but I was already of fan of talk birth (dur). I hope I win 🙂

  3. A note of possible caution … compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) have been reported to emit high level electromagnetic fields (EMTs) which have been associated with myriad disorders. I don’t mean to set off a possible false alarm, but I would suggest anyone with concerns to research the topic to find — or not — a comfort level with the product. I won’t point to a specific resource, (there are many); but if any of those concerned google some of the obvious keywords, they will find plenty of information. It is all pretty new to me, so you have to decide for yourself the reliability of information.

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