LEDs are the wave of the future, but plenty of folks aren't ready to give up Edison-style filament bulbs for their classic aesthetic. What's a manufacturer to do? in the case of Australia-based Edison Light Globes, the answer is to make both.
For those that need to see a burning wire, they make classically-shaped bulbs like this E26/27 Edison:
If globes are more your thing, they've got you covered:
Not feeling the spiral? No problem, they've got tungsten "squirrel cage" filaments as well:
Not to mention less typical bulb shapes:
Then there's their LED stuff, which comes in a few varieties. Unilluminated, their LED filament doesn't seem promising...
...but with the switch flipped, it looks pretty convincing:
Those LED filaments are dimmable, by the way.
For those that aren't afraid of a rather more strange aesthetic, the company also offers 3-watt circuit-board-style LEDs that are also dimmable:
An even weirder variant is this non-dimmable model with exposed diodes: