Finally an LED bulb as beautiful as its carbon filament counterpart: the filament LED Golden Light Bulb - Edison ST64 Curved Double Loop Filament revolutionises LED bulbs aesthetics.
Its curved filament emanates a warm and intimate light, comparable to the traditional 40-45W bulbs but with lower consumption and longer duration.
The golden tinted glass contributes a vintage feel to the final result. Just like old-fashioned bulbs, you will be able to adjust the luminous intensity to adapt it to different spaces and moments.
ATTENTION: to properly dim an LED bulb, a specific dimmer or the latest generation of universal dimmers is required.
You will find a specific section on our website with a selection of both wall and in-line models.
What is an incandescent edison light bulb?
This traditional form of lighting is the heating up of a filament to a point in which it glows creating a light source. This is different to LED. LED stands for light emitting diodes. Is it a conductor that will glow when electricity is passed through it and is a preferred method for lighting moving into the future.
What is a filament?
Filaments are the internals of a light bulb that emit the light. When a current is passed through the tungsten of an incandescent light bulb it will glow because of the heat. LED filaments are made to replicate this look but using LED technology which doesn’t create heat.
...Should I choose carbon filament light bulbs or LED?
Carbon filament incandescent light bulbs will always be a favourite for traditional style lighting. LED’s are said to be more environmentally friendly and have a better sustainability rating. They glow without excessive heat, so are a better choice when the bulb may be touched or within a lamp. Their average life span is also very high at around 15000hrs making them not only a better ecological choice but a financial one. LED light bulbs are not what we used to think of with the old blueish harsh light. Now a days an LED light bulb can look just like the more traditional Edison carbon filament light globes with a warm light emission. LED technology has even come so far as to include incredible shaped filaments in spirals, loops and artistic shapes.
Why is it called an Edison lightbulb?
Thomas Edison created the first light bulb as we know it. He was a great American inventor in the 1800’s and his development in the field of lighting is the basis of what we use today. The tear drop shaped light bulb is often referred as the Edison light bulb however this name can also be used to refer to the traditional up and down internal filaments of the bulb itself.
With the popularization of the naked pendant lights, that is a hanging light without a cage or shade, the decorative edsion light globe is the ideal design addition to your lighting look.