New Filament LEDs Bring Retro Flair To Energy Savings

MUSKEGON — The Muskegon-based LED lighting manufacturer EarthTronics has expanded its decorative LED light bulb product line to include a new line of EarthBulb filament LEDs.

The bulbs provide a replacement for incandescent decorative and general service bulbs that offers more than 80 percent energy savings compared to conventional bulbs.

They’re intended for home, hospitality, restaurant, and commercial locations.

All of these lamps provide a “retro” lighting appearance, while saving 80 percent in energy costs over a 15,000 hour rated life for a quick return on investment. These lamps use a filament style LED array that provides extended performance life and high color rendering of greater than 80 CRI.

Designed for fan lights, table and floor lamps, decorative fixtures and wall sconces, the EarthBulb filament LED product line includes candle, general purpose and globe style lamps. The candle lamps are available in 2- and 4-watt bulbs in both BA bent tip, and B blunt tip design to replace 25- and 40-watt incandescent bulbs. An A19 general purpose lamp and a G25 globe style are both available in 4.5- and 7.5-watt sizes to replace 40- and 60-watt incandescent. In addition, EarthTronics offers the popular vintage style that looks like Edison’s first light bulb and designated as an ST19, which is available in 5-watt lamp to replace a 40-watt incandescent.

To provide a warm incandescent appeal, very similar to the original light bulbs developed by Edison more than a century ago, the EarthBulb Vintage LEDs are available in a very warm 2400-Kelvin color temperature with an amber or smoke glass bulb. A 2700-K lamp version is also available to replicate the standard soft white incandescent. Each of the filament LED lamps offer smooth dimming capabilities from 100 to less than 5 percent. For more information about EarthBulb filament LEDs, visit

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