Lustrumlight B22 10 Watt LED 3000k Bayonet Fitting Light Bulb, Pack of 5, Warm White £17.40 delivered at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Lustrumlight B22 10 Watt LED 3000k Bayonet Fitting Light Bulb, Pack of 5, Warm White £17.40 delivered at Amazon

£17.40 @ Amazon
Have been looking to replace the CFL lamps in my flat and found these. Should last for ages and help cut down on the bills, this version is not suitable for dimmers, but otherwise seems like a good de…
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Have been looking to replace the CFL lamps in my flat and found these. Should last for ages and help cut down on the bills, this version is not suitable for dimmers, but otherwise seems like a good deal.

10w LED equivalent to 75w filament bulb
810 lumens
180 degree beam angle
COB style LED
zero second start up time
Not Dimmable
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#1
I've ordered, thanks. Don't know if they're any good though!
banned#2
v good price but no reviews yet. Also I wish if they come in daylight. Any idea ?
#3
Ordered 4 packs and used the £5 off code cheers op
#4
Hopefully they are 810lm not 480 as per OP ;) Great price hope the quality is there too...
#5
Ordered pack seems very cheap great find
Hopefully loads better than CFL lights. Have gu10 leds and very pleased loads better than CFL gu10
#6
OOS
#7
Adrian7
Hopefully they are 810lm not 480 as per OP ;) Great price hope the quality is there too...

Oops fixed! Thanks
#8
have some bayonet cap heat!
#9
Put em on my wishlist. Will someone who gets them let us know if they are any good? Been looking for some LEDs for a while. Got 1 a few months back for my reading light and am really pleased with it, but at nearly £8 doing the whole house is a bit pricey.
#10
the porter
Ordered 4 packs and used the £5 off code cheers op
is this your own personnel code or if available to any1 please give a link, Ta


Edited By: Pateo on Dec 09, 2014 18:09
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Pateo
[quote=the porter] Ordered 4 packs and used the £5 off code cheers op
is this your own personnel code or if available to any1 please give a link, Ta

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http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/5-off-10-spend-with-mastercard-amazon-2076752?
#12
only one bulb turned up
#13
just got my money back and free bulb
#14
4 bulbs turned up for me too instead of 20 useless morons
#15
Dpd picking mine up he wasn't giving anything away
#16
I only got 1 bulb too, a little expensive at £17.40 each!!! oO

Who do i complain to? Amazon?

Edited By: adamck on Dec 10, 2014 16:16
#17
1 bulb here as well. They are simply offering a refund when I send it back but I am trying to push for more as they wasted my time misspelling a product!
#18
go to help at bottom of screen, then need more help, and then contact us.


Edited By: EXZAMS on Dec 11, 2014 08:37
#19
I got a £16.56 refund from the £20.70 order. Which is 4/5ths. I thought that was okay.
#20
I missed the driver to pick up so rang Amazon and she said keep them you don't have to return them lol
#21
I have just had an email about the Amazon rep performance so I negged her on everything as I could hardly understand her, next thing she rings me very upset and asked if I could remove the feedback as she has refunded me the total amount and told me to keep the bulbs lol so I did how strange
#22
I hear Amazon are brutal to their employees when it comes to negative feedback...
#23
Yeah spare a thought for the poor call centre rep they are treated like their warehouse staff like absolute crap on low wages!
#24
No point in these for me as I already have energy saving bulbs that are 10w (75w equivalent). Much cheaper than LED bulbs too!
#25
Sceptical
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andykirby0
No point in these for me as I already have energy saving bulbs that are 10w (75w equivalent). Much cheaper than LED bulbs too!

not in the long run
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robertoegg
andykirby0
No point in these for me as I already have energy saving bulbs that are 10w (75w equivalent). Much cheaper than LED bulbs too!

not in the long run


Depends on the quality. My LED under-cabinet kitchen lights have lasted 6 months and now they've gone dim as though they are dying out.
#28
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#29
andykirby0
No point in these for me as I already have energy saving bulbs that are 10w (75w equivalent). Much cheaper than LED bulbs too!


The advantage for me is that LEDs are bright instantly. The CFLs I have start off really dim.
#30
Terrible

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