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Osram energy saving Duluxstar 8w bulb.Gives same light as a 40w bulb and 6000 hours of light and reduces your lighting bill by upto 80%Lasts up to six times longer than ordinary bulbs. Bayonet fitting
Product code (4008321063359)
99P each or Buy 10 for £1.00. WHEN YOU BUY 10 YOU WILL ONLY BE CHARGED THE OFFER PRICE
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#1
but it wouldn't allow you to add the product into the basket
#2
A stupid offer - why on earth would I want 10? Given the 6000 hr life of each bulb and that I converted my house 3 years ago.

Sayin that 10p a bulb is a hot price, might get a lifetimes supply for £2 lol
#3
siewmk
but it wouldn't allow you to add the product into the basket


No? Sorry about that, email said online and instore.:x
#4
Strange offer, spend another penny and you get another 9?...
#5
Johnboy_1975;4270179
A stupid offer - why on earth would I want 10? Given the 6000 hr life of each bulb and that I converted my house 3 years ago.

Sayin that 10p a bulb is a hot price, might get a lifetimes supply for £2 lol


Dont know about you but our household has way more than 10 light fittings that can be fitted with energy efficient bulbs, as well as the normal ceiling fixtures people forget about table lamps and floor lamps etc.
#6
harlzter
Dont know about you but our household has way more than 10 light fittings that can be fitted with energy efficient bulbs, as well as the normal ceiling fixtures people forget about table lamps and floor lamps etc.


The kitchen uses halogen, lounge uses ikeas own silly fitting, leaving 2 in the hallway, 1 in the bathroom and 1 in each of the 3 bedrooms (sidelights don't take conventional fittings). I reckon I would be looking at over 30 years worth of bulbs if I bought 20.....

Voted hot by the way, (although I have same problem at checkout - it lets you add them and then they dissapear @ checkout - tested with another prodct and that remained in the basket)
#7
Johnboy_1975
A stupid offer - why on earth would I want 10? Given the 6000 hr life of each bulb and that I converted my house 3 years ago.


Maybe they weren't just thinking of you when they came up with the deal :thumbsup:
#8
I would have thought this is only a deal if you have loads of side lamps that take a bayonet fitting. These 40W bulbs are no good whatsoever for overhead lights.
#9
I wonder how these compare to the £1.20 for 15 Tesco ones I got
#10
My missus just turned up home with 10 of these and i was just about to post. Seems like a red hot deal to me. We use them in our ceiling lights no prob. :thumbsup:

Just looked at the ones my missus bought and they are actually 14w which is equivalent to 75w and 10,000 hr life!!!

http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/coronasv/20090203?authkey=he03qUFlGCw#5298604208818192674
#11
Janeyjugs
Maybe they weren't just thinking of you when they came up with the deal :thumbsup:


Owned, lol

Maybe I should change that to "I don't see how anyone would need 10 light bulbs" - I reckon the majority of people will buy 10 because it would be stupid to get 6, for instance, not because they actually need 10. You NEED 10?

Also, most "green" people I know have already switched over

Also - I think that the majority of people will still have some of these tucked away in the cupboard under the stairs 5 years from now".
#12
tesco are doing 5 for 40p last time i looked.
#13
Robert Dyass had this offer in store and you could mix the different types for your tem which made it a bit better.......:thumbsup:
#14
We have loads in store at Newcastle Under Lyme
#15
Don't you find these bulbs annoyingly slow to become bright? I was wandering if it was the type I was buying or is it all of them. I was also told it isn't good to keep switching them on and off all the time, as it reduces the life. Is this correct?
#16
Johnboy_1975
Owned, lol

Maybe I should change that to "I don't see how anyone would need 10 light bulbs" - I reckon the majority of people will buy 10 because it would be stupid to get 6, for instance, not because they actually need 10. You NEED 10?

Also, most "green" people I know have already switched over

Also - I think that the majority of people will still have some of these tucked away in the cupboard under the stairs 5 years from now".


what the hell are you on !!,
#17
I got 5 x 8 watt Philips energy bulbs from Argos the other day for £1, in a cardboard box near the till.
#18
Like many other similar deals lately, this is hot and a no-brainer. Has anyone worked out why they are dumping all these on the market - is there a newer / faster starting version coming out soon or something? They were £5 - £10 each a few years ago.

Anyway, hot deal. :thumbsup:
#19
Remember there was/is the Morrisons offer. I got 6 bulbs for 48p last Friday! It was buy a pack of 2 and get any other 2 packs free. They had the equivalents of 40w, 60w and 100w. Thats also included screw ins and bayonets.

However, the bigger the wattage the bigger (physically) the bulb. Many wont simply fit in standard lamps / shades.


I have found the 40w (7w) versions good for external lamps/lights. In this application I dont mind that they take a while to become fully illuminated or that they arent so bright. They do last longer and are much cheaper.

However, I am not convinced yet by energy savings bulbs on the front of a) not fitting many of my light/lamps, b) reduced illumination c) slow warm-up time (!!) and d) waste/harm produced on disposal.

They have their place, but they are not a total solution yet and have some way to go.

My two-penneth.
#20
Brewer
Remember there was/is the Morrisons offer. I got 6 bulbs for 48p last Friday! It was buy a pack of 2 and get any other 2 packs free. They had the equivalents of 40w, 60w and 100w. Thats also included screw ins and bayonets.

However, the bigger the wattage the bigger (physically) the bulb. Many wont simply fit in standard lamps / shades.


I have found the 40w (7w) versions good for external lamps/lights. In this application I dont mind that they take a while to become fully illuminated or that they arent so bright. They do last longer and are much cheaper.

However, I am not convinced yet by energy savings bulbs on the front of a) not fitting many of my light/lamps, b) reduced illumination c) slow warm-up time (!!) and d) waste/harm produced on disposal.

They have their place, but they are not a total solution yet and have some way to go.

My two-penneth.


I agree. Energy saving light bulbs are not a total solution as I have a couple of dimmer switches at home and most of these don't work with them. I saw some in Homebase that work with dimmer switches but they were really expensive - somewhere approaching a tenner. Until the prices of these drop considerably, I will continue to use standard light bulbs.
#21
Your all missing the point of these type of deals . It is this because the government , amongst others , are trying to get you to switch over because ALL standard incandescent light bulbs will be phased out within 3 yrs . You can't get 100w basic bulbs anymore as they are now banned , 60w is next in line in 2010 .
#22
Yep, as above normal bulbs are being banned... thats why there are loads of these deals around, and also because the duty has been cut - best to start sorting them out now and changing fittings if needed.

I've done a few of mine now that I thought couldn't be changed when I bought the house due to shape and dimmer switches etc (not realising what is now available) - I have an OWL energy monitor and have dropped the overall consumption considerably due to changing an extra 5 bulbs recently!

That said it's well worth posting deals on Osram and Philips bulbs as these are generally a lot better than the cheaper no name brands... most of my original ones were Ikea as they were cheap and although they have lasted well, the philips replacements not only look better but seem to put out a better light ad don't have to 'warm up' much from cold (this could be due to the Ikea ones being nealy 10 years old of course!)

Screwfix seem to be cheapest for dim-able energy savers and also if anyone needs new fittings they do a pack of 5 MK bayonet 6" pendants for a tenner.
#23
PJR
Your all missing the point of these type of deals . It is this because the government , amongst others , are trying to get you to switch over because ALL standard incandescent light bulbs will be phased out within 3 yrs . You can't get 100w basic bulbs anymore as they are now banned , 60w is next in line in 2010 .


Not true at all, they are widely available online.
#24
Has anyone ever found any SBC energy saving bulbs?

Can get BC, ES, SES but not SBC!!!

Also anyone come across anywhere that sells cheap GU10 energy saving bulbs I think 1 costs between £7 to £10.
#25
Biker Jeff
I would have thought this is only a deal if you have loads of side lamps that take a bayonet fitting. These 40W bulbs are no good whatsoever for overhead lights.


What do you mean by no good whatsoever for overhead lights, as in that's a fact or an opinion?
#26
andybuk99
Not true at all, they are widely available online.


Maybe not yet but later this year...

http://www.osram.com/osram_com/Consumer/Home_Lighting/Incandescent_lamps849564/EU_directive/index.html
#27
Yes yes yes - these have been as low as 10p each (or free when B Gas decide to try and show they are GREEN!

Horrible light, no-where near the claimed equivalent rating in standard bulbs.
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cold I'm afraid
#28
I see they market an R50 energy saver, does it matter a hoot if you use any other ones?

Or are they just meant to look the part?
#29
I've got no space in the under the stair cupboard for any more energy saving bulbs....

I blew best part of a whole £1 on nearly 100 bulbs on last years 1p deal from Tesco. I think I have 20 of every combination of wattage and fitting from 9 to 20w Most were GEC made as well.. :w00t:
#30
PJR
Your all missing the point of these type of deals . It is this because the government , amongst others , are trying to get you to switch over because ALL standard incandescent light bulbs will be phased out within 3 yrs . You can't get 100w basic bulbs anymore as they are now banned , 60w is next in line in 2010 .


a) I wasn't missing the point, your post told me nothing I didn't already know and changes NOT A THING in relation to what I stated earlier.
b) you can still get any type of bulb.

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