Can you guess which object was taken out of the trash and woven into this lampshade?
by Pia Seidel
We offer a large selection of bulbs for all sockets: light bulbs for LED lamps, filament lamps, fluorescent lamps, spot lamps, pin-base lamps and rod lamps.
When you're buying light bulbs, make sure to consider the various bulb sockets. Whether E14, E27, G13, GU10 or others, our filters will help you find the right socket quickly.
The fitting is also easy to determine by using our filters.
When you're buying bulbs or LED lamps, which are often just called light bulbs, we recommend that you look at the colour and power (watt) as well as the energy efficiency class and service life. LED bulbs are by far the best choice in terms of energy efficiency and service life. They’re available with various sockets, for example with screw and plug-in sockets, so they can be used instead of incandescent and halogen bulbs. The power efficiency and long life of LEDs (20,000 - 50,000 h) is good for the environment and your wallet.
Energy-saving lamps have a better energy efficiency than conventional light bulbs and halogen lamps. However, they contain poisonous mercury, which can be released if they're damaged.
For desk and bedside lamps, we recommend low-voltage halogen lamps or dimmable LED lamps because of their colour.
Philips Hue, Osram, Xiaomi, Eglo Connect, Lifx, Innr, TP-Link, Nanoleaf, LEDVANCE, Paulmann and Logilink offer smart bubs. These can be controlled via various communication standards (Bluetooth, WLAN, Zigbee, Fazit, Nest) and integrated into smart home systems such as those by Amazon Alexa, Apple Home Kit/Siri, Conrad Connect, Google Assistant, IFTTT, Microsoft Cortana or Samsung Bixby.