These bulbs stand out for offering plenty of light without being overly bright, and users liked their warm amber glow. We love that this brand also offers high quality packaging for its bulbs, and that they are dimmable.
Although rare, on occasion users received broken bulbs on arrival.
Users love their beautiful traditional look and white glow, and praise both the appearance and sturdy packaging that keep the bulbs intact during shipping. We like that they give off a good amount of light and look equally attractive whether on or off.
A few reported a slight buzzing when dimming, and a few customers said the bulbs burned out too quickly.
These are consistently liked for their beautiful bright light and attractive appeal that works with a variety of decor themes, from rustic to industrial. They stand out for offering a good amount of light and being high quality for the price.
Users sometimes reported a discernible buzzing noise when using the dimmer. Some felt the light was too bright.
This bulb stands out for its attractive, soft lighting that gives off a warm yellow glow. Users praise the beautiful soft lighting and statement-making appearance of these bulbs. We like that you don't have to purchase multiple bulbs.
A few felt the level of light was actually too low, so it's best for those who don't want an area brightly lit. Occasional users reported receiving broken bulbs.
Many users give positive comments about the attractive appearance and bright yet warm light. We love that they are designed to be long-lasting.
Some consumers reported that the bulbs burned too hot, and a few experienced bulbs breaking when in use, so quality control could be improved.
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Edison lightbulbs are the perfect choice when you want modern technology paired with vintage looking bulbs. Edison bulbs have an old-time design that allows you to see the “filament” inside the bulb. In incandescent Edison lightbulbs, the visible filament heats up to produce the light. But if you’ve picked an Edison bulb with LED technology, the filament is only for show. LED technology doesn’t use a filament to create light. Most Edison lightbulbs with LED technology don’t produce as much light per watt as incandescent bulbs. But most people are buying Edison lightbulbs for style instead of maximum brightness. Edison lightbulbs are available in many shapes, base sizes, filament shapes, and wattages. This gives you quite a few buying options.
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