A-shape, pear shape, reflector, or decorative, we have the incandescent bulbs you need at 1000Bulbs.com. These aren't just old-fashioned bulbs, they are the only bulb that works for many popular applications:
Standard shape incandescent bulbs are the most common bulb used in American homes. Though many are being phased out by government lighting regulations, special application incandescent bulbs like rough service and appliance bulbs aren't going away anytime soon.
Have an RV or a camper? Chances are you use one of these 12 or 24 volt bulbs. Other applications include landscape and outdoor lighting.
Antique bulbs are reproductions of bulbs made in the 19th century. These beautiful creations are popular in restaurants, retail stores, and of course, home restorations.
Infrared heat lamps are heaters you can screw into a light socket. They are commonly used in food warmers, buffets, and household bathrooms.
Used in chandeliers, sconces, and electric candles these bulbs replicate the look of a flame. The most popular versions are straight tip and bent tip, but we also carry prism bulbs, satin string bulbs, and flicker flame bulbs.
Used in restaurant pendant lights and other base-up fixtures, silver bowl bulbs have a reflective coating on the top of the bulb that redirects light so it is refracted by the fixture's shade to reduce glare.
Found in everything from heavy machinery to instrument panels, S-type bulbs are also widely used in signs, marquees, and amusement park rides.
C7 and C9 bulbs are well-known for their use in Christmas lights, though they are also used in marquees, signs, and night lights.
We carry colored bulbs in just about any bulb shape mentioned above. Our yellow bug lights, which block wavelengths that attract flying insects, are especially popular.
Code beacon bulbs are high-wattage, high-output bulbs used on the roofs of buildings and in radio towers.
Traffic signal bulbs are a specialty bulb used in old-fashioned traffic lights.