If you're like me, you prefer the natural warmth of a candle's glow over the eerie dullness of a long fluorescent light bulb. Although I'm a fan of compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), I regularly light candles around my home all seasons of the year. It just creates a feeling of extreme coziness, you know?
Anyway, talk about a neat idea. The "Candull" is a candle series that features wax-base 'screw grooves' that allow you to use normal candles in any light socket
that takes a medium-based light bulb.
Want to save quite a bit of electricity with the lights you normally use all over your home? Think about buying a 10-pack of normal, vertical candles and using them for much of your in-home lighting needs. No electricity required, no wattage wasted.
I may be picking up some of these myself if I can order them over the web. Although, with a little ingenuity, we can all probably make these ourselves with an older socket and some melted wax (and patience). See where I am going here?