LIGHT BULBS

We have come a long way from Alessandro Volta's 1800 "voltaic pile", alternating discs of zinc and copper interspersed with layers of cardboard soaked in salt water that lit up when connected by a copper wire at either end. While considered a predecessor of the modern battery, Volta's copper wire is also considered to be an early manifestation of incandescent lighting. We have modern incandescent bulbs, thanks in part to Thomas Edison, of many sizes, shapes and color temperatures. We also have small but mighty Halogen bulbs and low energy, long lasting economic LED bulbs.

HALOGEN DECORATIVE LIGHT BULBS
HALOGEN DECORATIVE LIGHT BULBS
HALOGEN FLOOD LIGHT BULBS
HALOGEN FLOOD LIGHT BULBS
HALOGEN SPECIALTY LIGHT BULBS
HALOGEN SPECIALTY LIGHT BULBS
INCANDESCENT A TYPE LIGHT BULBS
INCANDESCENT A TYPE LIGHT BULBS
INCANDESCENT DECORATIVE BULBS
INCANDESCENT DECORATIVE BULBS
INCANDESCENT FLOOD LIGHT BULBS
INCANDESCENT FLOOD LIGHT BULBS
INCANDESCENT SPECIALTY BULBS
INCANDESCENT SPECIALTY BULBS
INCANDESCENT SPOT LIGHT BULBS
INCANDESCENT SPOT LIGHT BULBS
LANDSCAPE LOW VOLTAGE BULBS
LANDSCAPE LOW VOLTAGE BULBS
LED A TYPE LIGHT BULBS
LED A TYPE LIGHT BULBS
LED DECORATIVE LIGHT BULBS
LED DECORATIVE LIGHT BULBS
LED FLOOD LIGHT BULBS
LED FLOOD LIGHT BULBS
LED SPECIALTY LIGHT BULBS
LED SPECIALTY LIGHT BULBS
LED SPOT LIGHT BULBS
LED SPOT LIGHT BULBS
LED TUBE LIGHT BULBS
LED TUBE LIGHT BULBS