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RAY C35 E14 Liquid Gold Glass£14.95
The RAY C35 E14 candle bulb in Liquid Gold Glass finish is truly an exceptional, traditional looking LED filament style lightbulb. The gold finish sits perfect against ages brass, copper or other gold fixtures.
RAY GLS B22 GOLD£15.95
RAY GLS B22 WHITE£15.95
The RAY GLS B22 lightbulb is ideal for use in desk lamps, chandeliers and wall lamps where you would see the LED filament. The opaque white coating diffuses the outgoing light perfectly whereas a the clear one would not.
RAY C35 E14 Crystal Clear Glass£14.95
The RAY C35 E14 in the Crystal Clear finish is the best way to get maximum lighting for a modern and contemporary fixture. The transparent finish allows the most light to sink into the surroundings.
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Gallery Grade Colour RenderingBring the closest thing to natural sunlight into your home with Ray. Boasting Colour Rendering Index levels up to 98, just 2 away from sunlight at 100, Ray doesn't upset your eyes, your sleep or your mood unlike traditional LED lights.
Organic light for life
What does RAY do?RAY has created a dual lighting range that is not only exceptionally beautiful, but also eliminates the health concerns surrounding both excess blue and flicker in LED.
Experts in lighting design
Why choose RAY?Using the very latest technology, top quality design and engineering talent, plus the minds of several experts in the field, RAY is launching the first range of its kind: SunRAY. Premium organic light creations, designed in Great Britain, with a mission to change the way we illuminate our worlds.
Let the rays reach you
How does RAY achieve healthier light?Light influences our environments in three key ways: visually, biologically and emotionally. RAY lighting solutions significantly improve all three aspects, making them the pinnacle of humancentric lighting achievements to date. SunRAY lightbulbs achieve healthier light primarily in three key ways.
Why does LED light often feel synthetic?You probably already know that too much blue light is not good for us. Spikes of blue light trigger a ‘good morning’ response in our brain, meaning we can never truly switch off. But very few of us realise that concentrated blue light is the baseline in every LED light we use. It’s not just phones and screens – LED has traditionally used blue light as its source, too.