KINGSO 10 Pack G9 5W LED Halogen Bulb Replacement Warm White 2800-3200K 430LM Not Dimmable 35 SMD 2835 Omni Directional Ceramic Light Lamp [Energy Class A+] Sold by Lerpby and Fulfilled by Amazon £12.99 prime / £16.98 non prime - HotUKDeals
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KINGSO 10 Pack G9 5W LED Halogen Bulb Replacement Warm White 2800-3200K 430LM Not Dimmable 35 SMD 2835 Omni Directional Ceramic Light Lamp [Energy Class A+] Sold by Lerpby and Fulfilled by Amazon £12.99 prime / £16.98 non prime

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Low Energy replacement for lamps needing G9 Halogen bulbs. Pretty cheap for a pack of 10 to keep some handy Eco-Friendly,No lead or mercury,No UV or IR Radiation • Save electricity bill,Repl…
colgrigson Avatar
5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Low Energy replacement for lamps needing G9 Halogen bulbs.

Pretty cheap for a pack of 10 to keep some handy

Eco-Friendly,No lead or mercury,No UV or IR Radiation

• Save electricity bill,Replace halogen bulb G9 base Lamp

• High efficiency and energy saving,convenient and quick

• Don't switch on the power when you install the bulb.While the bulb is in use please don't touch the SMD LED's

• Suit for lamps of any style for bedroom,balcony,aisle and kitchen,office dance hall bar exhibition or home use
colgrigson Avatar
5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
these types are just so ugly - I got some alternative ones with a obscure platic casing which means you can't see the yellow LEDs which look just like original halogens..
1 Like #3
Thanks. 10 off 40w equivalent LED lamps works out as very good value for me as a Prime user. I use them on an outside twin security light and they last longer than halogen ones in the winter months. 80 odd watts does the job without lighting up the whole village and night sky!
#4
Hmm £2.35 per 2.5w bulb against £1.30 for 5w bulb... Thanks I'll stick with these.
1 Like #5
Yep, fair enough as long as you don't have to look at them!

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