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LuxteL Brand Is the Longest Standing Recognized Name in the Industry

DANVERS, Mass., Dec. 28, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- LuxteL llc, a quality manufacturer of reliable illumination products made in the USA, announces that, with the recent sale of their only remaining manufacturing competitor, LuxteL is now the oldest recognized name in the Ceramic Lighting business.

Since April 2001, LuxteL has manufactured a wide range of lamps that are compatible with medical lighting produced by Olympus, Storz, Stryker, Wolf, Luxtec, Fujinon, Pentax and many more. What customers don't realize is that when they buy Lamps from Alpha Source, Bulbman, Bulbtronics, Cadmet, Interlight or numerous other distributors or Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), it is likely they are using a LuxteL product. LuxteL's products are extremely durable, offering better color rendition and eliminating environmental concerns associated with other lighting techniques. LuxteL's narrow market focus upon "image illumination" combined with their small size has enabled them to remain nimble and true to their mission its mission to provide customers with the best value and speed of service in the industry. Most importantly, customers should know that quality is not compromised for cost in LuxteL's design; they have engineered their costs out of the company from the beginning.

Now offering direct online sales of their CeraLux xenon ceramic lamps, both existing and prospective customers of LuxteL can benefit from the advantages of buying LuxteL's products online, directly from the manufacturer. All of LuxteL's products can be purchased online and are in stock, so customers can get all of their lamps and lighting accessories when they need them. Plus, LuxteL's products are backed with a solid warranty, promising to match or exceed the original OEM's standards.

Paul Beech, Managing Member of LuxteL, is optimistic about the company's current status in the industry, stating, "As the longest standing name in the industry, we understand the responsibility we have to provide customers with the highest quality products at the best cost. LuxteL takes this responsibility anything but lightly."

About LuxteL

Headquartered in Danvers, MA, LuxteL designs and manufactures a core technology product line of specialty xenon ceramic lamps and accessories trademarked CeraLux® and a vertically integrated range of medical lighting products which include surgical headlights, fiber optic illuminators and video cameras trademarked Isolux®. All of LuxteL's products are extremely durable and provide excellent color rendition. Committed to offering top-quality products at an economical price, LuxteL's narrow focus and small size enables them to remain dedicated to providing the best possible value and speed of service in the industry. To learn more about LuxteL's high-quality illumination products, or to purchase online, directly from LuxteL, visit

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