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Lighting Bulbs & Tubes

Products by Sylvania, GE Lighting, Philips Lighting, and many more

Find the quality you need on Shopbwana We carry lighting products by Sylvania, GE Lighting, Philips Lighting, and many more trusted manufacturers. The affordable prices you want. Making quality lighting affordable to everyone! We have thousands of lights and lighting accessories to fit your specific needs. Lighting that saves you money. Our energy-saving compact fluorescents and LED bulbs can drastically reduce your energy costs and help protect the environment. Different types of bulbs include Incandescent Bulbs, Antique and Vintage Bulbs, Halogen Lights, Fluorescent Tubes, Compact Fluorescents, High-Intensity Discharge Lights (HID Lighting) and LED Light Bulbs.

In comparison to ordinary incandescent bulbs, tube lighting has high efficiency. However, compared to LED bulbs, it is less efficient and makes it clear that LED bulbs are more efficient than tube light, and you can get yourself some of the best-LED bulbs from

LED bulbs are small and light. The size of a tube light or a fluorescent bulb is relatively large. The average LED bulb lasts 60000 hours. The life expectancy of a tube light is ten thousand hours. Compared to LED bulbs, this is six times less.

A fluorescent lamp, or fluorescent tube, is a low-pressure mercury-vapor gas-discharge lamp that uses fluorescence to produce visible light. An electric current in the gas excites mercury vapor, which produces short-wave ultraviolet light that then causes a phosphor coating on the inside of the lamp to glow.

LED tube lighting is the better choice because it lasts about 40,000 hours longer in testing, is more energy efficient, will save you more money, and will leave less impact on the environment.

Yes, fluorescent tubes are being phased out. Starting the 1st of September 2021, the first fluorescent tube products will not be produced anymore: T2 and T12. In September 2023 all T8 fluorescent tubes will be phased out.

LEDs have virtually no warm-up time. They reach maximum brightness near instantaneously. Fluorescent lights (particularly the older technology) require a noticeable warm up time that varies depending on the light.

LED lights are a safer alternative. If a fluorescent lamp is broken, a very small amount of mercury can contaminate the surrounding environment. About 99% of the mercury is typically contained in the phosphor, especially on lamps that are near the end of their life.

Fluorescent lamps, including compact fluorescent lights (CFLs), use about 75 percent less energy than incandescent bulbs and last six to 15 times as long, according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). But it's widely believed that these popular bulbs use a lot of energy to start up

You have fluorescent tube lights in your home or business already, and you're wondering if you can pop LED tubes in these fixtures or if you'll need to change out the fixtures for something designed for LED. Good news! You can use LED tubes in your existing fixtures!

3 Types of Fluorescent Light Bulbs

  • T12 bulbs are the oldest type still in use in some fluorescent fixtures
  • T8 bulbs are more expensive than T12 bulbs but will start much faster
  • T5 bulbs are a smaller version of their big brothers