Our Edison Bulbs are available in two sizes, two different filament styles, and two glass finishes. The ST64/ST21 which is 5.5” in length, and the ST58/ST18 which is 4.95” in length. The squirrel cage filament bulbs come in both sizes whereas the hairpin filament bulbs come only in the smaller size. All the vintage bulbs in this collection are fully dimmable and have a standard medium (E26) base.
So, let's talk about where it all started - the Incandescent Edison Bulb. You know, the one with the cool squirrel cage filaments? Some people still prefer these bulbs over LED Edison bulbs for a few reasons. First, there's the warm color temperature. Incandescent bulbs give off this cozy, candlelight-like glow that's perfect for creating a comfortable and inviting atmosphere, especially in homes and hotels. Then, there's the dimming capability. Incandescent bulbs dim more smoothly and consistently than LEDs, which is great for setting a relaxed mood or adjusting the lighting to fit different vibes. And let's not forget about the filament designs. Incandescent Edison bulbs often have these intricate filament patterns that add a vintage and decorative touch to the lighting. It's like having a work of art in your light bulb! Of course, the classic appearance is a big draw too. The visible filaments and the glass bulb design give these bulbs a timeless look that brings a sense of nostalgia. They're perfect for those decorative lighting fixtures where aesthetics really matter. But hey, LED technology has come a long way. LED Edison bulbs now come in different color temperatures, including warm tones that mimic incandescent light. Plus, they're more energy-efficient and last longer than traditional incandescent bulbs, so they're a more sustainable choice in the long run. At the end of the day, it all comes down to personal preference and the kind of atmosphere you want to create. So, whether you go for the classic incandescent Edison bulbs or opt for the LED alternatives, it's all about what suits your style and space.