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4 x 60W Bulbs - 10p @ B&Q (Instore)

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5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago
Could be misprice.
found it in newry,northern ireland.
Price on the shelf 2.48.
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#1
can you edit your price to 0.10p :)
#2
cath1510
can you edit your price to 0.10p :)

or are you selling them for £10 :D
#4
there u go :)
#5
#6
same in scunthorpe, i got the candle and the round ones for 10p
#7
Shirley it should be either
10p
or
£0.10
0.10p is a tenth of a penny is it not ?
1 Like #8
Good deal if available nationwide. We all need to stock up on traditional light bulbs as the new EU ones are terrible!
#9
Non available in Weston-super-Mare.
#10
Excellent.
I chucked out all the energy saving bulbs in my house after finding out how bad they are for you.
#11
it wont be a misprice. As all price changes that go thru the tills without a need for a manual markdown will be national. And yer i work for them
#12
just replacing all my energy saving ones with spot lights or these old bulbs due to health risks
#13
Swanny MX
Excellent.
I chucked out all the energy saving bulbs in my house after finding out how bad they are for you.


Quick glance on Wikipedia suggests they're not dangerous to use for most people. "this radiation could aggravate symptoms in people who already suffer rare skin conditions that make them exceptionally sensitive to light"

Is there something you're referring to that I missed?
#14
pikachu12
Swanny MX
Excellent.
I chucked out all the energy saving bulbs in my house after finding out how bad they are for you.


Quick glance on Wikipedia suggests they're not dangerous to use for most people. "this radiation could aggravate symptoms in people who already suffer rare skin conditions that make them exceptionally sensitive to light"

Is there something you're referring to that I missed?


If you aren't affected by fluorescent tubes or the halogens used in floodlights, then there's no need. CFLs are just tiny fluorescent tubes bent into a compact shape.
#15
Latest scare for energy saving bulbs http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1378757/Energy-saving-bulbs-release-cancer-causing-chemicals-say-scientists.html

Im not risking it with a new born on the way so ordered some banned old bulbs from ebay :D
#16
its a shame there banning them as in tv and film we use them all the time due to there dimmability and colour.
#17
LiGhTfasT
Latest scare for energy saving bulbs http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1378757/Energy-saving-bulbs-release-cancer-causing-chemicals-say-scientists.html

Im not risking it with a new born on the way so ordered some banned old bulbs from ebay :D


Slightly more detailed article on the same topic here

Personally it won't change my decision on the use of them, I like living on the edge.
#18
pikachu12
LiGhTfasT
Latest scare for energy saving bulbs http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1378757/Energy-saving-bulbs-release-cancer-causing-chemicals-say-scientists.html

Im not risking it with a new born on the way so ordered some banned old bulbs from ebay :D


Slightly more detailed article on the same topic here

Personally it won't change my decision on the use of them, I like living on the edge.


Everything gives you cancer it seems. I bet I could get an independent (no pun intended) scientist to state that The Telegraph website gives you cancer.
#19
anyways if the energy saving bulbs are bad for some reason or another for there rays just get a shade
1 Like #20
Energy Savers are also just crap.. I've got a box of about 94 100W proper bulbs in the garage.. I'm prepared.. but yeah im gonna stockpile some 60w as well so this is a good deal.
#21
whoosh
Shirley it should be either
10p
or
£0.10
0.10p is a tenth of a penny is it not ?


Picky or what.
Obviously they're not a tenth of a penny.


Edited By: Neo-uk on Apr 28, 2011 10:15
#22
pikachu12
Swanny MX
Excellent.
I chucked out all the energy saving bulbs in my house after finding out how bad they are for you.


Quick glance on Wikipedia suggests they're not dangerous to use for most people. "this radiation could aggravate symptoms in people who already suffer rare skin conditions that make them exceptionally sensitive to light"

Is there something you're referring to that I missed?

There is also the danger of them containing mercury and they are definitely not good for the planet.
So for the sake of maybe saving a few pennys on your electricity bill why take the risk of them affecting your health no matter how small that risk maybe??
#23
Swanny MX
pikachu12
Swanny MX
Excellent.
I chucked out all the energy saving bulbs in my house after finding out how bad they are for you.


Quick glance on Wikipedia suggests they're not dangerous to use for most people. "this radiation could aggravate symptoms in people who already suffer rare skin conditions that make them exceptionally sensitive to light"

Is there something you're referring to that I missed?

There is also the danger of them containing mercury and they are definitely not good for the planet.
So for the sake of maybe saving a few pennys on your electricity bill why take the risk of them affecting your health no matter how small that risk maybe??


Are you delusional? It's not the "sake of maybe saving a few pennys on your electricty bill". If you replace a traditional light bulb with a fluorescent light bulb and leave it on for the same duration, it's 100% definite to be cheaper to run. There's simply no "maybe" about it.

In regards to your mercury argument, click here

Based on pollution levels, living in cities is more likely to be damaging to your health compared to the countryside. You must be amazed that cities are still thriving.

In regards to your "why take the risk of them affecting your health no matter how small that risk maybe", I don't know how you live your lifestyle, but I'm sure your daily life is at the very least several more times dangerous than a life bulb. I personally don't understand that argument.
#24
No worries you do it your way I'll do it mine :)

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