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Scented Light Bulb

A light bulb with a colored, fragranced coating.
 
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The ultimate in mood lighting. As the light bulb heats up, the colored, scented coating releases its scent into the room. Possible extra version: a bulb with several coatings, each with their own color and fragrance, and each designed to release their aroma at different temperatures. The trick is that the bulb is one of those 3-ways with multiple wattages and filaments.

Another idea that I feel is related enough not to deserve its own segment: gasoline scented air fresheners, candles, and incense. Who doesn't like the smell of gasoline? Crazy people, that's who.

chronophasiac, Mar 04 2004

Scented Light Bulbs http://www.lightsof...ie.com/8/93.htm?645
Uses a ceramic ring to reduce chance of fires. [Klaatu, Oct 04 2004]

Tip #13 http://www.emptynes.../pages/tidbits.html
Not recommended with gasoline. [Worldgineer, Oct 04 2004]

Moonscent http://www.moonscent.net/
Oooo, pretty lights. (Second result in google search "scented light bulb", right after the HB) [oxen crossing, Oct 04 2004]

Another one http://www.lighting..._8_A_subcatID_E_196
Third result in the same search. [oxen crossing, Oct 04 2004]

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       Just worried about the coating catching on fire, but if it can be fixed, [+]
spacecadet, Mar 04 2004
  

       I imagine you could gauge a persons age and sex by how much they like the smell of gasoline.
ldischler, Mar 04 2004
  

       I would also be concerned about the fire hazard of anything that actually coated the bulb. And, wouldn't any coating also diminish the light output of the bulb to the point of mood lighting so dark that you would not be able to see her/him?
Klaatu, Mar 04 2004
  

       // Who doesn't like the smell of gasoline?//
cowards and smokers, thats who :-)
  

       I would think that this invention could use the same oils & stuff that those plug-in scent gizmos use [+]
1st2know, Mar 04 2004
  

       Why not just spray gasoline in the air around the home?
GenYus, Mar 04 2004
  

       Do you have a link, [hb]?
yabba do yabba dabba, Mar 05 2004
  

       Those are very common, we have some. You place them on top of the bulb, not around the neck, though (at least the one we have). Google on "light bulb ring".
waugsqueke, Mar 05 2004
  

       I like the smell of gasoline and kerosene, but can't bear it for too long as it gives me a _nasty_ headache.
ghillie, Mar 05 2004
  
      
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