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Watts Per Bulb

Watts Per Bulb

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The lower the watts, the lower the energy consumed. A 13W CFL will save more energy but give the equivalent light output as a 60W incandescent.

Before choosing Watts Per Bulb, it is important that you choose the type of bulb you are going to use. The watts can vary greatly depending on bulb type and the filament used.

Quantity Per Pack

Quantity per Pack

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Most bulbs come in a pack for easy shipping and quantity reasons. These quantities are pre-packed for your convenience.


Dimmable Bulbs

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Dimmer Output

Dimmable bulbs are a great solution for energy savings. If you are looking for dimming capabilities make sure you choose a light bulb that is capable. With the use of of our Leviton Universal Dimmer (Leviton 6674-P0W), no matter which bulb you choose you can create the perfect scene in each room.


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Use the slider to adjust to your desired price or price range. If you prefer, you can type in your desired range in the boxes below.

Bulb Base

Bulb Bases

Bulb bases come in a very large variety for many distinct applications. Listed below are very common household bases.

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Bulb Shape

Bulb Shapes and Sizes

The code number of a bulb consists of a letter or letters followed by a number. The letter indicates the shape of the bulb and the number relates to the diameter of the bulb in eighths of an inch. The mosts commonly used household bulb is the A-19. The bulb is "A" type and the diameter would be 23/8". A 65BR40 is a 65 watt reflector 5" in diameter. See pictures below for examples of common bulbs.

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Color Temperature

Color Temperature

Color appearance, also known as Correlated Color Temperature (CCT), is a measure of how warm or cool a light source appears to the human eye. It is measured in degrees Kelvin. The majority of light sources have a Kelvin temperature within the range of 2700K to 6500K. As a point of reference, daylight at noon has a Kelvin temperature of 5000K. Incandescent light sources typically range from 2700-3500K. Compact Fluorescents and LEDs can range from 2700-6500K. The higher the Kelvin temperature, the cooler the light source appears and the lower the Kelvin temperature, the warmer the light source appears

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Bulb Color

Bulb Color

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You can purchase any color bulb for any occasion. Pictured to the left are the most common household bulb colors.



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A leader in the lighting industry throughout North America. Globe Electric has taken a special interest in bulbs and the rising new interest in LED. Known for great customer service and a passion for the lighting industry.

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Bulbrite is a known supplier in the bulb industry. Focusing solely on bulbs has allowed them to create a wide variety of quality bulbs at great price.

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