This includes several brands, bases, and color temperatures to choose from as well as wattages up to 105W. That's not a 105 watt replacement ... it's actually a 105 watt CFL, which is similar to a 420 watt incandescent bulb. Yes, that's a bright CFL!
But we also carry an 8-pack closeout where the bulbs are just $1.25 each. And these aren't just generic imports -- they're GE bulbs. This is the company that is no longer making CFLs now, but it's a name brand that made them for years.
Remember, CFLs -- or compact fluorescents -- last longer and work best indoors where they're not turned on and off quickly. This makes them ideal in living areas like kitchens and living rooms rather than in quicker use locations like closets or bathrooms where you're not spending time getting ready for the day. Used in this way, they really can provide you with years of lighting for far less energy than incandescent bulbs require.