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3 Energy saving light bulbs 18 watt only 99p

£0.99 @ Wickes
3 Energy saving light bulbs 18 watt only 99p price each is £1.99, they are available in bc or screw cap and you can mix & match In store only Read More
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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
3 Energy saving light bulbs 18 watt only 99p
price each is £1.99, they are available in bc or screw cap and you can mix & match
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#1
alright price, but I still have dozens from the 1p tesco deal months back. They're gonna last me decades :-D
#2
What is 18 watts equivalent to?
#3
tamoil
What is 18 watts equivalent to?


100 watt standard bulb
#4
mx-3
100 watt standard bulb

Thanks.

Good deal. :thumbsup:
banned#5
good deal!! heat added
#6
Are these the Philips ones? (they look the same except for the Wickes label).
#7
Good deal the really cheap ones are usually only the lower watt ones.
#8
Might be a random question, but if these are equivalent to 100 Watt, does that mean you can use them in lamps that say max 60 Watt?

Is this just a heat thing, if so it is only 18 watt isn't it
#10
tamoil
What is 18 watts equivalent to?

90 watt standaed bulb.
#11



That is a good deal.........but these are the 18 watt bulbs that are a lot brighter.
#12
itsmewoody
Might be a random question, but if these are equivalent to 100 Watt, does that mean you can use them in lamps that say max 60 Watt?

Is this just a heat thing, if so it is only 18 watt isn't it


In terms of brightness its equivalent to a 100W bulb. Normally lamps that say max 60W is because the normal bulb gets hot. You should be fine with these 18W ones.
#13
Don't waste money on these, the yellow light these bulbs throw out is horrible. Get some bio-bulbs. More expensive, but the light is so much more pleasant. 25w (equiv. 100w), 1750 lumens, it's as close as you can get to daylight in a bulb.

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Yes, it's a market place seller, but I got them within 48hrs.
#14
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Don't waste money on these, the yellow light these bulbs throw out is horrible. Get some bio-bulbs. More expensive, but the light is so much more pleasant. 25w (equiv. 100w), 1750 lumens, it's as close as you can get to daylight in a bulb.

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Yes, it's a market place seller, but I got them within 48hrs.


£12 a throw :):):)
#15
mx-3
£12 a throw :):):)


Like I said, they ain't cheap. But they are good :)
The reviews sparkle, even at £12 a pop
#16
Not sure why this deal is expired, the deal is still on.
#17
Been and got a few.Also Morrisons are selling 5 phillips ones for 50p 11 watt and 14 watt.

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