Original web offer details & such: 1 set of 2 - $10.99 + $6.99 S&H. BOGO: 1 set of 2 - $6.99 S&H. Sales tax: Varies.
This is one of those times where my grandfather bought something he wanted to see on TV and it was a great idea. I went into the garage and click the switch when I realized the lightbulb didn't look like an ordinary lightbulb. I took a longer look at the lighbulb and realized it wasn't a lightbulb at all and that I could detach it. So I did and took it deeper into the garage to find the hammer. That's when I accidentally knocked it over, onto the concrete floor and broke it.
Yeah, I owe him an Instabulb. With the offer I could get him 4. Whatcha think?
Let's look deeper.
Instabulb is this ingenious little device that's been around for awhile. It's a quick solution to add light in areas of the home or garage without having to add in a new electrical line. The light doesn't last forever, but it definitely gets the job done.
According to instabulb.com, instabulb claims the following features and benefits:
- slides out to become lantern
- cool to the touch
- stack on base, slide in bulb...
Order Process: The order process is pretty simple but if you're not paying attention you could get confused. On the site, you end up getting 4 bulbs for $10.99 & a total of $13.98 S&H. Also note there's an upsell process and note that once you've put in your credit card info and hit the order now, you have purchased the website.
Product Performance: Instabulb is a consistent As Seen on TV Product that's been around for years. Not sure why SciMark Report would expect a failure of something that's been around since 2007.
Other than that there's a lot of fluff out there, but since it's been going strong - and my grandfather liked it - we're willing to try it out.
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