I used a regular size bulb. A flood light would be too big (long) making the “bowl” part useless.
According to UL, this item is regulated to use Type A Max. 150W Incandescent lamp.
Shade comes attached. It's a solid piece.
The lamp holder should be connected to the reflector this will fix the rattling.Some bulbs will come to the front edge of the reflector but it will not protrude unless the lamp base is not connected to the reflector correctly.
I have awesome experience work with them , i always buying them , in every single job to sand it , you can see better where you sand it , i learn it with my ex boss from Greece Alkis
Yes. Bulb must have a standard (Edison) base.Same one that is used in house hold lights.
I have never tried an LED bulb in one of these lights. If the LED bulb is rated for a standard fixture. I would try it.
It is rated for 100w max bulb. Any bulb that has higher watts will melt the plastic bulb holder. This will pose a shock/fire risk.
Yes, this model takes a standard sized bulb.
Yes. but it must be protected (the plastic lamp base)from any type of water .