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2x BioBulb for £15.00 - New customers or £17 for Existing Customers @ Ethical Superstore

£15.00 @ Ethical Superstore
** Don't low rate this because you think this is expensive for a lightbulb. One bulb can often be up to £20. Read the details here http://hotukdeals.com/item/312937/100w-biobulb-energy-saving-for-suff… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
** Don't low rate this because you think this is expensive for a lightbulb. One bulb can often be up to £20. Read the details here http://hotukdeals.com/item/312937/100w-biobulb-energy-saving-for-suff/ first! **

Currently Ethicalsuperstore.com are offering Free Delivery. Using the attached codes 2 bulbs can be had for £15 for New customer or one bulb for £8.45 for existing customers delivered.
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#1
Could be a good deal for ethical bulbs but in real life looks too expensive!... not voted as I don't know what ethical bulbs are or how much they normally cost.....
#2
Cold voters, please let me know where to find cheaper prices for these.
#3
afroylnt;4552659
Could be a good deal for ethical bulbs but in real life looks too expensive!... not voted as I don't know what ethical bulbs are or how much they normally cost.....

These are not normal Energy Saving bulbs. These are good ones. Look at this thread.
http://hotukdeals.com/item/312937/100w-biobulb-energy-saving-for-suff/
#4
[COLOR="Red"]It's a CFL.[/COLOR]
With a load of pseudo-scientific hokum about sunlight. If you want a daily dose of sunshine, go for a walk at lunchtime. Apart from reducing SAD, it'll help you relax and maybe even get some exercise too.
Ethical? £15 a pop - no thanks!
#6
May be 'good ones' but they are so over priced to make it a completle non starter to even consider.
Cold Im afraid -
#7
I think is too expensive for a bulb, sorry voted cold
#8
Gakusei;4552786
I think is too expensive for a bulb, sorry voted cold

Can you tell me where to find cheaper price. One bulb on eBay is sold for £12 inc del.
#9
jataayu
Can you tell me where to find cheaper price. One bulb on eBay is sold for £12 inc del.


I've voted cold, its got toss all to do with price, more that I object to having these pathetic light bulbs forced upon me by some nameless, faceless person just because they think it will be better for the environment.....

1. Mercury
2. You should dispose of these in special containers NOT IN YOUR GENERAL RUBBISH
3. Pathetic Light source
4. Can't be used with a dimmer switch

Colder than the glow given out by these bulbs, and thats cold......

Gun
#10
I dont know how people can be so obtuse. These bulbs are great, very bright and clean light.
I use two in my house, you pay for what you get. These are good, and i'm not a cheapskate where quality is concerned.
#11
A fool and his money.........

Absolute bunkum.
#12
oh come oooon. ethical bulb?? whats gonna be next...fairtrade guns??? :):)

sorry mate, coooold, just bought 10 philips genie for 2 quid in homebase. And, according to Philips they are very ethical and green ;)
#13
jackBham;4553270
oh come oooon. ethical bulb?? whats gonna be next...fairtrade guns??? :):)

sorry mate, coooold, just bought 10 philips genie for 2 quid in homebase. And, according to Philips they are very ethical and green ;)

But those bulbs are 2400 kelvin and 300 Lumens. Nowhere near these bulbs. You get what you pay for.
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I assume it's not possible just to get two bulbs for £15? You have to find something else as well to take you over the £20 minimum spend for this offer?

Anyway, isn't something like this of similar spec? It's 25W, 6500k and 1500 lumens ... just over £4 each ... much cheaper than a biobulb.
#15
b'n'q / asda / sainsburys / tesco (Co-op free with sun newspaper vouchers!) have all had their turns giving these things away... 5 for £1.00
cold i'm afraid. just seems too much to pay.
#16
marble;4553392
I assume it's not possible just to get two bulbs for £15? You have to find something else as well to take you over the £20 minimum spend for this offer?

Anyway, isn't something like this of similar spec? It's 25W, 6500k and 1500 lumens ... just over £4 each ... much cheaper than a biobulb.

But they are not Full spectrum & flicker free bulbs.
Yes, you can add a Tropical Juice for £0.49 to make it over £20.00
#17
*XxGunnerxX*;4553107
I've voted cold, its got toss all to do with price, more that I object to having these pathetic light bulbs forced upon me by some nameless, faceless person just because they think it will be better for the environment.....

1. Mercury
2. You should dispose of these in special containers NOT IN YOUR GENERAL RUBBISH
3. Pathetic Light source
4. Can't be used with a dimmer switch

Colder than the glow given out by these bulbs, and thats cold......

Gun


Thank god for that ! At last someone who also thinks that when talking about the environment, we should look at production and disposal and not just the price of the juice to run them. These 'low energy' bulbs have a massive impact on the environment compared to incandescent light bulbs (which are theoretically recycleable) whereas these beauties are basically toxic waste from manufacture to grave.
#18
jataayu
Can you tell me where to find cheaper price. One bulb on eBay is sold for £12 inc del.

Farnell sell a range of "normal" (i.e. not CFL) daylight simulation bulbs for about £2.50 each
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radishnet;4553484
b'n'q / asda / sainsburys / tesco (Co-op free with sun newspaper vouchers!) have all had their turns giving these things away... 5 for £1.00
cold i'm afraid. just seems too much to pay.

They are not same as these.
#20
Sorry but I think someone is laughing all the way to the bank. Very very cold.
#21
Well I vote HOT lol.

I've trawled the net & this 2 for £15 is the best offer I can find.

They're not your average common or garden lightbulb, the purchaser testimonials I've read are generally very positive. Think you should cut the OP some slack on this one :P
#22
Very expensive bought these bulbs from tesco a few weeks ago and paid only 88p each.
#23
JAYKAY72;4555873
Very expensive bought these bulbs from tesco a few weeks ago and paid only 88p each.

Are you sure you bought the same bulbs as this? If so that would have been a cracking deal!
#24
I've voted it cold for a number of reasons, including you having added this remark to the deal:

jataayu
** Don't low rate this because you think this is expensive for a lightbulb. One bulb can often be up to £20. Read the details here http://hotukdeals.com/item/312937/10...ving-for-suff/ first! **
#25
Yes these was the same bulbs, my local tesco was clearing them out on managers special was not many left so didn't bother posting and I wasn't aware just how expensive these bulbs should have been.
#26
marmalade47
Thank god for that ! At last someone who also thinks that when talking about the environment, we should look at production and disposal and not just the price of the juice to run them. These 'low energy' bulbs have a massive impact on the environment compared to incandescent light bulbs (which are theoretically recycleable) whereas these beauties are basically toxic waste from manufacture to grave.


People believe the nanny state these days and are more and more not capable of independant thought and research.

The next arguement will be global warming, or maybe you should check the solar flare activity we've been through recently. As for global warming, the definition of an ice age is when both polar caps are covered in ice...., but no one mentions the fact were currently in one.

As for green taxes to save the environment, er??? its just a tax, it wont stop people buying a car, we are a car based society, the government know it and its just a back door way of imposing more tax on the motorist.

Why did someone decide it was a good idea to stop production of the old fashioned light bulb to replace it with a more expensive, less light producing more harmful item.

The problem is that rules are made by people who have little or no experience of the real world, they do things because they think it might get them elected next time and it sounds a good idea, remember you can have a very high IQ, but that doesn;t come with common sense or experience.

One other point, it should be a legal requirement that anything promised in the party manifesto prior to an election MUST be carried out within the first 2 years of being in power. They can promise the earth, but when in, decide not to do it,

Gun

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