20 Watt Dimmable Low Energy VARILIGHT lamp. £6.99 on shelf, £6.84 checkout @ Homebase - HotUKDeals
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Best price I've found for these is £12(though B&Q do a similar one for £9.99)
These 20 watt dimmable lamps allow you to enjoy the savings of low energy lighting with the flexibility of dimmable lighting. Better still, add a remote dimmer and relax in your favourite chair whilst turning the lighting updown. Best be quick, I've all but emptied Hamilton having bought 11 already, 15 going into my kitchenfamily room.
* Rated at 20W
* Compatible with most standard dimmers
* Incorporates patented DigiFlux technology
* Dimming range: 2.46% to 100%
* Switch on at any light level
* Constant light output with voltage fluctuations
* High luminous output of 66 Lm/W
* Long lifetime of 16000 hours
* Colour temperature 2700°K
* Energy Class A1
* Excellent Power Factor Correction (0.93)
* Colour Rendering Index of 81Ra
* High Quality T3 Tube
* Low mercury content only 2.5mg
* During the lifetime of this light bulb (which is 16,000 hours)
you can expect to save over £100 on energy bills
and reduce CO2 emissions by half a tonne*
*Approximate values based on average usage
* Colour: Warm White 2700K
* Equivalent to 100w lamp
These are available in ES though not in Homebase. Barcode for these is 5021575960211
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#1
These are few and far betweeen (dimmable low energy lights), take note HUKD ers as soon you will not be able to buy standard bulbs and the ones being given away at 5 0r 10 for a pound cannot be used on your dimmer switches.........you have been warned!!!.
#2
Who has dimmers nowadays? So 90s!
#3
TBH they are dim enough lol.
#4
Which is why I posted the cheapest dimmable low energy lamp available just now. I'm an electrician, I've stopped carrying tungsten lamps though I'm amazed at the resistance to LE lamps, when used properly they are great. Dimmers may have fallen out of favour, remote dimmers I find useful - I have a four gang set up in the kitchen\family room operated locally or by my Sky remote(Varilight do one that will operate from most remotes).
#5
I can't believe how negative folks are, must be ostrich syndrome or something. Remote dimmers are great for couch potatoes like me.They still sell loads in Homebase and B & Q.
#6
Heat added:thumbsup:
#7
My remark was not meant to be negitave just a joke . I have dimmers in all my rooms apart from kitchen and bathroom. These days you need to save as much energy as you can. As for remote dimmers well I have none of them but I would think they could be quite handy . These bulbs are still expensive for what they are even if you can dim them.
#8
sorry to sound "DIM" but are these available in SES (E14) size or just ES?
#9
Great deal - thanks for sharing ;)
#10
bargain surfer
sorry to sound "DIM" but are these available in SES (E14) size or just ES?

Not quite though Megaman do dimmable 9 watt candles in SES\E14 fitting. More info at http://www.megamanuk.com/
#11
B&Q do two versions of this, one is £10 the other is on special offer for £2 - I got 5 from Yeovil yesterday. They were not in the bulb section but upstairs in the lighting section, there were quite a few other LE bulbs on offer up there, but NOT in the bulb section. e.g. 4 micro spirals 11w for £4.
#12
Do you know if this is for both the "Switch" version (which works without a dimmer switch just on a normal light switch) and also the "Fully Dimmable" vesion (which works with most dimmers)?
#13
russ
Do you know if this is for both the "Switch" version (which works without a dimmer switch just on a normal light switch) and also the "Fully Dimmable" vesion (which works with most dimmers)?


No, the only one sold by Homebase is the dimmer one, it won't dim from a switch though will operate at full brightness.

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