Joe recommended Microsun’s table lamps for craft and hobby table work to us because they make so much light. He writes: “These lamps make approximately 6,000 lumens on 68 watts of power. I’ve had one for years in my office, and it creates an almost daylight effect. They’re great lamps for indoor use. I wish they made something specifically for the shop. They do have two regular 25W incandescent lamps that you can use like night lights by placing them on a separate switch.”
The website’s vague about is how their lightbulbs generate different colored light, but they claim that their bulbs produce more “daylight-correct” lighting — more so than halogen, fluorescent, or metal-halide bulbs. (But aren’t halogen lights incandescent? Hmm.)
Anyway, at first glance, the Microsun site appears to only sell lamps. But if you click on the “Replacements” tab at the top of the page, you’ll see that you can buy the Microsun bulbs themselves for $28 each.
At $200+, the lamps are a bit excessive, it’d seem.
Microsun Lamps & Bulbs [Corporate Site]