Our vintage light bulbs collection features all of our incandescent light bulbs. Starting from our most popular Edison bulbs to the latest vintage reproduction bulbs like the supersized mega nostalgic and the distinct nostalgic bulbs. Choose from our wide variety of each style.
The classic Edison reproduction bulb is where it all began. Although this comeback of the Edison bulbs is slowly evolving to the new more efficient LED Edison bulbs, the unique look of the incandescent Edison bulbs is unmatched.
Here are some of the advantages of using those incandescent Edison bulbs.
This is what you should know about Edison bulbs. (Keep in mind, those bulbs are designed to mimic the original Edison early 1900’s light bulbs)
Each shape of the vintage bulbs has a type code name. Those codes specify the shape and size of each bulb. Those code names are made up of letters, and numbers. The numbers refer to the bulbs' diameter and the letters to the shape. In the US where we use the imperial system, you will take the number code and multiply it by 0.125 to get the diameter of the bulb. (Example: ST18 is 18 times 0.125 which is 2.25”) Some online retailers list the code name in the metric system which may confuse you when your searching for a specific code.
Below is the list of the codes in both systems with the bulbs associated with them.
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