Philips LED’s most energy-efficient A-class bulbs

Lights that have a lifespan of 50 years (average use of 3 hours a day) and are energy efficient. Were we wrong? :nerd_face: Can products outlast their cyclical consumption in the current economy? Or is this just an exception to the rule? Or do they bank on the impulsive consumption disorder we have? In other words, that we will buy new stuff even though the product isn’t broken yet?