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Eveready GU10 halogen bulb - 20p @ Asda Instore

£0.20 @ George (Asda George)
Got some of these in the Dumbarton store. There was loads at the checkouts. 240V 50Watts 2,000 hour lamp life GU10 fitting Aluminum Reflector 50mm diameter with glass cover Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Got some of these in the Dumbarton store. There was loads at the checkouts.

240V
50Watts
2,000 hour lamp life
GU10 fitting
Aluminum Reflector
50mm diameter with glass cover
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#1
i bought 2 full trays of these in asda blackpool in december, thats 20 bulbs!! lol thing to note tho, they dont seem to last very long,maybe why there gettin rid of them so cheap...good deal tho, but possibly only in certain stores
#2
i suppose this is part of asdas environment drive ha ha. might be worth getting before they phase these out
banned#3
mattyoakley
i bought 2 full trays of these in asda blackpool in december, thats 20 bulbs!! lol thing to note tho, they dont seem to last very long,maybe why there gettin rid of them so cheap...good deal tho, but possibly only in certain stores


If it says 2,000 hour lamp life take them back for a refund :?
#4
Is it really worth taking them back? :whistling:

Effort wise... probably not, and you would probably waste more money in petrol ;-)
#5
Had these in my local for a few weeks now, they were stacked high, and at 20p each they are a bargain!! :)
#6
cant go wrong for 20p norm get 2 for a pound in poundland
#7
Got some of these in the Dumbarton store
Think I'll need to get my ar$e down there tommorow
#8
Bring on the Cheap LED versions! thats what I'd say to the late Mr W. Mart. :thumbsup:
#9
Must admit I was looking into these lights for my kitchen and I noticed that these bulbs were 50w. There are usually 2-4 lamps pers light fitting so that's 150-200w altogether. That is a lot of power!

A quick glance at a pack of LED bulbs revealed a 1.4w rating. That's 4.2-5.6w for a light fitting. Even weighed against the initial outlay that must be worth it for the environment alone!
#10
Whirly;4527326

A quick glance at a pack of LED bulbs revealed a 1.4w rating. That's 4.2-5.6w for a light fitting. Even weighed against the initial outlay that must be worth it for the environment alone!


Yes - but the idea of a bulb is to light up something. Those 1.4W rating bulbs surely will not do anywhere near the same as a 50W 'normal' bulb. I have some energy saving GU10 bulbs (not LED) from Tesco which give out a similar amount of light but a) you can'd dim them b) they are physically bigger so no good for where current bulbs are flsuh toa ceiling unless you want them sticking out c) they take a coiuple of minutes to reach full brightness.
I am looking for a reasonably priced real alternative to the 50W GU10.
#11
Luxeon LED GU10 bulbs might be the way to go.
They are brighter than the current multiple LED bulbs and only need one bulb like normal GU10.
#12
I am gutted just back from B+Q bought a 4 pack for 9quid fitted them and then see this deal......Wonder if it would be wrong to take them back to B+Q and head to Asda!
#13
Heat added, just what i need
#14
I bought 4 LED bulbs for the kitchen to replace the 50w GU10's that came with it. If mood lighting for the kitchen is your thing then they are great, but if you want to see what your doing, or see how your sauces are coming along then stick with the 50w! There may be specific branded LED's that actually replace the 50w but everyday LED's aren't up to the job.
#15
Led is not there yet and are still very expensive. But its new technology and in a few years they will be ready and much cheaper. Led you a fraction of power that energy saving bulbs do let alone normal ones.
#16
had a look at Middleton Park, bridge of don asda - dont seem to stock these
#17
Whirly;4527326
Must admit I was looking into these lights for my kitchen and I noticed that these bulbs were 50w. There are usually 2-4 lamps pers light fitting so that's 150-200w altogether. That is a lot of power!

A quick glance at a pack of LED bulbs revealed a 1.4w rating. That's 4.2-5.6w for a light fitting. Even weighed against the initial outlay that must be worth it for the environment alone!


I would not bother with these for the kitchen there are incredibly dull.I brought a new light last week with 4 of these bulbs on, 2 blew in a couple of days, they are **** to be honest
#18
Couldn't find any at the Leyton Asda
#19
None at Rochdale, Asda.

I use 4/5 of these bulbs in a large attic, I think they produce excellent light.

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