There are many times when people want to get the great look of a full
spectrum incandescent in the shape of a globe. The main reason is that
sometimes a decorative look is what is desired in places where the bulb is out
in the open. They also want to get the flattering color of a natural
daylight bulb as well. Now, all of these problems are solved in these
great globe lights. This is one of those lamps which has a size which is in between the G30 and
the G16.5. This particular lamp is a version of a decorative globe and is popular in homes and
buildings where the scale is smaller with most of the fixtures in use.
For most people
when they have a decorative lighting situation in their residence, really like the
G25 globes as an option because they give the globe decorative look without
making it too large. Of course, there are several sizes of
decorative globes which can work in almost any exposed lighting situation you
may have. Some of the sizes that are available are everything from all 1
inch globe all the way up to a 5 inch globe, the G25 is 3 1/8 inches in diameter.
Right now though, the full spectrum G25 globe light is one of the few sizes
available in this color effect. These lamps have a neodymium coating which
filter out many of the offensive yellows that a typical incandescent emits.
In a retail store, it will help bring out true colors of your products like no
other kind of incandescent lamp. How would you like to have an increased
color depth to the products you sell or things you feature in your home?
Most people prefer having a more colorful environment, and there's nothing like
natural daylight that brings out true color. When it comes to lighting up
a space to more like natural daylight, these are the best choice among
incandescent lamps today.
The 40G25/NEO or the 60G25/NEO is a direct replacement for standard G25 globes
which have a soft white or yellowish color to them. We have the Sylvania Daylight
60G25/DAY which is the daylight version made by them and the Westinghouse
Realite 40G25. Simply screw them
into any place where you have the standard globes and you will see the
difference that natural lighting can make in your home or office.
There are times when people just need something that's a bit smaller, the
full spectrum G25 globe bulbs many times fits that criteria. Common
applications for these bulbs include bathroom lighting or
other kinds of exposed fixtures where the bulb is a part of the decorative
You'll find that there are so many variations of globe light bulbs, that can be a little
confusing, but there are just a few things to keep in mind when trying to
identify the bulb you have. When these bulbs are labeled or coded, it
refers to the number of eighths of an inch. For example, if you had a G25 globe
light, the 25 would be divided by eight which would leave you 3 1/8 and that is
the number of inches of the bulb diameter. So what you have is a 3 1/8 inch
globe. Once you determine the size of the globe itself, it's very
easy to determine the wattage as it's usually stamped right on the bulb itself
or on the base. The
wattage is usually designated before that with something like 40G25 or 60G25.
Remember that there are a couple of wattages for the full spectrum G25 globe light bulbs, we describe some
of the most common used in home and commercial lighting here. We have a
large inventory of incandescent bulbs for nearly every type of light fixture in
the field. If you need help identifying a globe or natural light bulb, our customer
service representatives can help you determine what you have.