If we ask you to imagine holding a bulb, you’ll probably think of an incandescent one. This traditional source of light has been in use for ages. Ever since Thomas Edison invented it, the incandescent bulb has been working the exact same way. Electricity heats a tungsten filament encased in a glass dome making it glow.
Incandescents ruled the world of lighting until the advent of more sophisticated lighting technology like LED. Now most traditional bulbs have already been phased out. However, incandescents aren’t dead yet. You can still find some non-traditional versions of these bulbs available in the market. Manufacturers are always looking to tweak the initial design to make them more efficient and environment-friendly.