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50w Halogen Bulbs - £0.99 @ 99P Store

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
50 watt Halogen Bulbs for 99p. Pack of 2

240v, fitting type GU10 as shown in pic. Next cheapest I could find on high street was Wilkos at £3.99
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#1
Sure you can get four for £1 at Poundland...
#2
SmokinMonkey
Sure you can get four for £1 at Poundland...


i was gonna say that! :-D
#3
So was I.
#4
These bulbs are dangerous, When they blow the lens pop off at the speed of lightning, Nearly hit me once.
#5
shauneco
These bulbs are dangerous, When they blow the lens pop off at the speed of lightning, Nearly hit me once.


I did buy four of the Poundland ones and one blew just after fitting it but no flying glass... the others have been fine ... ;-)
#6
mosskeeto
I did buy four of the Poundland ones and one blew just after fitting it but no flying glass... the others have been fine ... ;-)

thanks for the warning x x
#7
The only ridiculous thing I find about these bulbs is the fitment, what the heck was the person on that designed them! Trying to contort your hand into some sort of claw into a narrow necked fitment in certain cases to push and then attempt to twist.

I have actually bought the other day a clip on desk lamp with one of these GU10 type fittings and it came with a suction cup with a "nipple" on the end to grip onto, which is a great idea for fitting these.

So if you just so happen in your house to have suction cups with a nipple on the end (no double entendrés please ;-) ) then thats a solution.
#8
cicobuff
The only ridiculous thing I find about these bulbs is the fitment, what the heck was the person on that designed them! Trying to contort your hand into some sort of claw into a narrow necked fitment in certain cases to push and then attempt to twist.

I have actually bought the other day a clip on desk lamp with one of these GU10 type fittings and it came with a suction cup with a "nipple" on the end to grip onto, which is a great idea for fitting these.

So if you just so happen in your house to have suction cups with a nipple on the end (no double entendrés please ;-) ) then thats a solution.


I know what you are saying .... I have in my kitchen some lamps which require a two pronged tool to first unscrew the chrome mount and then the eagle claws to remove the bulbs .... always funny to see a bulb gone :?
I'll check out the suction cup, I am just checking the GPS mount at the moment....
#9
shauneco
These bulbs are dangerous, When they blow the lens pop off at the speed of lightning, Nearly hit me once.


This happened to me as well a while back - I don't buy cheapo bulbs anymore as a result...

voted cold

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