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How’s that for a great range of lighting products.

18 November 2010

The new low-cost lighting range from RS Components is lighting up the market with more choice, lower prices and great service. With 250 new lines of low-cost lighting added to the RS existing range, there are now over 1,450 lighting lines to choose from – so why go anywhere else for your lighting requirements?

As well as adding the Sylvania, Venture and Knightsbridge low-cost fluorescent, halogen and HID lighting brands, RS has also strengthened its range of leading brands such as Philips, Osram, GE and Megaman.

This comprehensive range will meet all existing lighting requirements at the right price meaning that RS can now easily compete with wholesalers and with the introduction of these new lighting lines, RS can be your ‘lighting supplier of choice’.

Offering a choice of channels for easy ordering with next day delivery as standard, as well as the option to collect from local branches situated nationwide or delivery by same day courier, RS can ensure that you have the right product when you need it.

Since it began, RS has had the simple objective of providing a part for every job, from research and development through pre-production to maintenance and repair. As those jobs have diversified and become even more complex, RS has developed its offering and services accordingly. Low cost lighting is now another area that RS can help you choose the right product for your needs. Coupled with the service, range and delivery that RS offers, it really is the one-stop shop for building maintenance purchasers looking for competitive prices.

With this kind of competitive pricing and the level of service you have come to expect from RS, finding the light you want at the right price is easy.

Whether you are looking for a low-cost light from the new ranges, or a big-name brand to meet specialist requirements, you can expect real value for money, proved time and time again by RS Price Checker benchmarking against wholesalers - the industry’s first price comparison website. Why not take a look for yourself at

All products are available to order on the award winning RS website at, so meeting your lighting needs from RS really will be one of your brightest ideas.

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