You could now be looking at the future of light bulbs. Yes, this interesting, angular gadget with yellow chickenpox, aka the brand new NanoLeaf LED Bulb, can project light 360-degrees like an old-fashioned incandescent with a warm glow, but with a jaw-droppingly low energy requirement: 10 watts of power. Yes, that's almost 90% less energy than an incandescent bulb and 50% less than the best fluorescents out on the market. If that wasn't enough to impress you, perhaps its estimated 25 year lifespan can. That means - we'll do the math for you - that one $35 NanoLeaf LED bulb can replace 133 incandescents, saving you about $200 and paying for itself within one year. Oh, and the icing on the cake? They don't get hot, which is a good thing since all of your visitors will want to touch its printed circuit board body in disbelief. Even Edison would be copping these. Find them now at retailers, including their own online shop.