G9 3W LED Ceramic Shell Capsule Bulb Chandelier Ceiling Light AC 220V-240V, Warm White 1pc £2.69, 5pcs £6.39, 10pcs £11.69 Delivered @ wow.factor ebay (UK Seller) - HotUKDeals
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G9 3W LED Ceramic Shell Capsule Bulb Chandelier Ceiling Light AC 220V-240V, Warm White 1pc £2.69, 5pcs £6.39, 10pcs £11.69 Delivered @ wow.factor ebay (UK Seller)

£11.69 @ eBay
UK seller. Thought these were a good buy and nicer than the rather ugly "bare" LED bulbs I had. Also 5W G9 Dimmable Capsule Bulbs, 10pcs £11.99 White or Warm White, from this seller: http://www.eb… Read More
louiselouise Avatar
1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
UK seller. Thought these were a good buy and nicer than the rather ugly "bare" LED bulbs I had.

Also 5W G9 Dimmable Capsule Bulbs, 10pcs £11.99 White or Warm White, from this seller:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252681545787

100% brand new and high quality
Low power consumption, without UV radiation
High brightness and low real power consumption
LED technology adopted, stable performance, low consumption
This energy saving bulb has a lifetime far longer than that of the ordinary halogen lamp
The bulbs use high quality SMD LED chips which emit a great output of light as well as being very reliable

Socket G9
Angle 120°
Weight 16g
Wattage 3W
Dimmable No
Material Plastic
Colour White / Warm White
Luminous 60-70lm±5%
Voltage AC 220V-240V
Frequency(Hz) 50-60Hz
Color Temperature 6000-6500K (White) / 3000-3500K (Warm White)
Life Span About 25000 hours

http://www.goodtradepurple.co.uk/Z/WOWF/6103290_6103300_6103310_6103320_D_WOW.jpg
http://www.goodtradepurple.co.uk/Z/WOWF/6103290_6103300_6103310_6103320_C_WOW.jpg
http://www.goodtradepurple.co.uk/Z/WOWF/6103290_6103300_6103310_6103320_A_WOW.jpg

If you prefer the "uglier" bare LEDs, these 3W G9 10pcs bulbs at £9.99 delivered may be suitable! (various quantities available) UK Seller strictlylamps:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/391610036130
http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/DHIAAOSwn7JYFfAV/s-l1600.jpg
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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#1
The 5W G9 Dimmable Capsule Bulbs, 10pcs £11.99 delivered, White or Warm White http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252681545787 from wow.factor look like this:
http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/okcAAOSwA3dYURda/s-l1600.jpg

From here: https://www.led-lighthouse.co.uk/how-bright-are-led-bulbs
"As a rough guide, expect a 3 watt LED spotlight to produce a similar light output as a 25 watt halogen bulb." (some sites say 30 watt halogen).

https://www.thelightbulb.co.uk/resources/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/led-lumens-to-watts-conversion-chart-750x398.png

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 08, 2017 01:32: chart
#2
Blimey, ordered less than an hour ago and it's been dispatched already! Says it can take up to 5 days to arrive, though, as it's "Economy Delivery".
#3
Are these bulbs safe? Are they certified in any way?
#4
Thanks got the 5W dimmable
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A lot of the negative reviews state that the items take too long to arrive in some cases taking a month... Most probably shipped from the Far East.

If you do want to buy the bulbs closer to home, IKEA have non-dimmable G9 LEDs for £1.50 each.

#6
zulfib
Are these bulbs safe? Are they certified in any way?

Don't think there's any way to make led bulbs unsafe tbh, I think the worst possible thing that could happen is it might not last as long as a branded one..
#7
jumpinoffthbed
zulfib
Are these bulbs safe? Are they certified in any way?
Don't think there's any way to make led bulbs unsafe tbh, I think the worst possible thing that could happen is it might not last as long as a branded one..

I had some led E14 candle bulbs from Amazon. One blew but still stayed live. I thought it was dangerous that it still stayed live as it caused smoke when I put the RCBO back on. There was a black burnt spot on the metal part of that bulb. The other bulbs in the same light fitting looked okay. I swapped that dodgy bulb and didn't have any further issues. However, I sent the complete set of bulbs back as I lost trust in the brand.
#8
A2EEM
A lot of the negative reviews state that the items take too long to arrive in some cases taking a month... Most probably shipped from the Far East.
If you do want to buy the bulbs closer to home, IKEA have non-dimmable G9 LEDs for £1.50 each.
Mine got dispatched not long after ordering - as I said - of course I can't speak for the rest of their stock.

I think the main problem people have with LED lights is getting the right replacement for their CFL/halogen bulbs. Think I went with 5W bulbs before - though the fitting is for 28W halogen, around 2 years later and two have now failed - which isn't bad. The light fitting in question is on a lot!

Bought from a UK seller back then (not this one) but it was the bare LED style, I'd assume they are all from China these days.

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 08, 2017 12:28
#9
These took ages to arrive (around 11-12 days), even though they were marked as Dispatched really quickly. Just got them today. The sender address implies these come from China, not London. Bah! Seem to work okay though.

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 20, 2017 12:49
#10
Is the light nice from them
#11
comput1
Is the light nice from them
Just tried one quickly after I got the package - yes, seems bright enough (mine are 3W). Nicer to look at than the bare circuitry-style LED bulbs.

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 20, 2017 16:23
#12
I got similar for small lights in a caravan, any chance you could show a pic of the original and the new bulb side by side (on the worktop not in the light fitting)
#13
comput1
I got similar for small lights in a caravan, any chance you could show a pic of the original and the new bulb side by side (on the worktop not in the light fitting)
Only have one "bare LED" bulb remaining and it's lit - so I'll turn it off and let it cool down - then I'll take you a picture when I come back from Aldi :p

Edit: Actually, the bulb wasn't warm from use at all. But this close-up picture has made me realise the remaining bulb is likely going to fail (the bare circuitry-style LED on the left wasn't bought from this seller - it's a few years old). So I'll just replace them now.
http://i.imgur.com/Zt1sDVD.jpg?1

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 20, 2017 22:25: s

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