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JML Stick Up Bulb - Instore at Tesco - £3.99

dannyzz Avatar
7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Came across this earlier today in Tesco. EVerywhere else is usually £7.82 upwards

Brighten up your life with the energy efficient, adhesive bulb.
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New from JML, Stick Up Bulb, the battery operated light you can install in moments! Just stick up the base, slide in the bulb and youve got light. Its that easy! This super-bright, super-tough bulb lasts for 10 years. Its completely shatterproof - and it wont get hot like ordinary glass bulbs! No drills, no wires, no electrician! And its safe enough for kids to use too! Illuminate dark cupboards, the basement, toolsheds, bring it camping the uses are endless!

* No wiring or drilling required self adhesive backing
* Super-bright, long lasting bulb
* Just pull the string to turn on and off!
* Super-tough, shatter-proof bulb

See Video - http://www.jmldirect.com/Stick-Up-Bulb-PS5265/
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
"energy efficient"

lol, it takes batteries.

Nice find OP :thumbsup:
not a fan of the jml products myself though.
#2
these are a £1 in the pound shop:thumbsup:
#3
In the poundshop ......
#4
mark333
these are a £1 in the pound shop:thumbsup:


Not JML but a JML knock off, just as good though!....and only a £
#5
Thought #1: What are poundshops going to do about the effects of inflation in a couple of years time? Will they become One-pound-twenty-five-pee shops?

Thought #2: Why haven't pound shops reduced their prices in response to the VAT cut and become 97p shops...?

Hmmmm.....
#6
AndyToys
Thought #1: What are poundshops going to do about the effects of inflation in a couple of years time? Will they become One-pound-twenty-five-pee shops?

Thought #2: Why haven't pound shops reduced their prices in response to the VAT cut and become 97p shops...?

Hmmmm.....


1: They will just screw suppliers (China) more and more.
2: The vat rate is temporary and they sell some items as loss leaders anyway, so a chance to claw something back.

Good points though andy, they cant stay pound shops for ever!!
banned#7
pedroman
1: They will just screw suppliers (China) more and more.
2: The vat rate is temporary and they sell some items as loss leaders anyway, so a chance to claw something back.

Good points though andy, they cant stay pound shops for ever!!


Soon enough they will be € shops.....
#8
Completely off thread, but I saw in todays paper that a poundshop had closed due to competition from a 99p store opening across the road!
#9
AndyToys
Thought #1: What are poundshops going to do about the effects of inflation in a couple of years time? Will they become One-pound-twenty-five-pee shops?

Thought #2: Why haven't pound shops reduced their prices in response to the VAT cut and become 97p shops...?

Hmmmm.....


They're pound shops. They sell things for a pound. Geddit?
#10
pedroman
Not JML but a JML knock off, just as good though!....and only a £


correct :thumbsup:
#11
All JML stuff is overpriced sh*te anyway

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