Oven Bulbs & Fridge Bulbs Was £3.29 Now 50p Online & Instore @ Wickes - HotUKDeals
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Not very exciting i know, but a good price, B&Q are £3.38, Asda £2.83

Oven Bulbs and Fridge Bulbs 50p each
Fridge bulbs instore only
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#1
You've lit up my life.
Thanks
1 Like #2
keep your eyes open, you can actually get low energy versions of these which can save you a canny packet in the long run.....
#3
Link doesn't seem to take you to the correct page
#4
£1 for 2 bulbs. £5.95 for delivery (might be a Norn Iron thing).
1 Like #6
If you order over £45 worth, delivery is free. So those of you who have ninety ovens with blown bulbs, what are you waiting for?
banned#8
philh777
Link doesn't seem to take you to the correct page


Couldn't correct the link as HUKD edit does not allow me to change the link, just search 'oven bulb'
#9
Out of Stock 15W

Edited By: jony7 on Feb 28, 2011 17:56
banned#10
jony7
Out of Stock 15W

try instore
3 Likes #11
scrumpypaul
keep your eyes open, you can actually get low energy versions of these which can save you a canny packet in the long run.....

Low energy fridge bulb! how often is your fridge light on? Then again, it could be on constantly, how would we ever know?
#12
thanks looking for a low energy ses E14 X2 as we speak, low energy is needed my oven sucks an additional 50w in lighting you cannot turn off!

..same amount for the hobs hood! ..thats more in wee bulbs than my kitchen lighting!
1 Like #13
Master G
scrumpypaul
keep your eyes open, you can actually get low energy versions of these which can save you a canny packet in the long run.....


Low energy fridge bulb! how often is your fridge light on? Then again, it could be on constantly, how would we ever know?


Depends how fat you are too I guess. Never really considered that going on a diet might cost me less in fridge bulbs :)
#14
Good price! Funnily enough I just bought a pair on Ebay for £1.68 because a special table lamp needed a replacement. If only I knew this yesterday afternoon as I drove past a Wicks store too! LOL
#15
Standard price if you've got an InXcess store near you :)
#16
Always bought a 2pk of these for £1 from Poundland.

Just goes to show Wickes have been robbing us till now.
1 Like #17
the everday price at TOOL STATION will beat any of the diy stores prices for bulbs.i used to go to b&q and focus and always pay over inflated prices until i was told to try TOOL STATION.
1 Like #18
jake1569
the everday price at TOOL STATION will beat any of the diy stores prices for bulbs.i used to go to b&q and focus and always pay over inflated prices until i was told to try TOOL STATION.


Tool station, we get it.
#19
thanks for the fridgist remarks folks - no, i meant the lights for cooker hoods - i'd used up a few in just a couple of years cos my cooker hood lights are often on - in the end i started using low energy and they are great - just as good for the amount of light and they haven't let me down in almost a year.
1 Like #20
jake1569
the everday price at TOOL STATION will beat any of the diy stores prices for bulbs.i used to go to b&q and focus and always pay over inflated prices until i was told to try TOOL STATION.

Sorry, where?
#21
scrumpypaul
keep your eyes open, you can actually get low energy versions of these which can save you a canny packet in the long run.....

can you polease add a link to the enegry savin versions of these please...I have a light with 30 of these bulbs in it...mioght be worth going the other way to energy savings
#22
Ohh bummer, Iv just spent £2.50 neally in morrisons... Great price for these then
banned#23
Doods1875
jake1569
the everday price at TOOL STATION will beat any of the diy stores prices for bulbs.i used to go to b&q and focus and always pay over inflated prices until i was told to try TOOL STATION.


Sorry, where?


Don't know why this person is even mentioning "Tool Station", they are charging £2.56 !!
banned#24
Bright Star
Always bought a 2pk of these for £1 from Poundland.

Just goes to show Wickes have been robbing us till now.


Just checked with Poundland and they sell SES pygmy bulbs, but these are not Oven Bulbs !
banned#25
jake1569
the everday price at TOOL STATION will beat any of the diy stores prices for bulbs.i used to go to b&q and focus and always pay over inflated prices until i was told to try TOOL STATION.


Eh? They are £2.56 at TOOL STATION :-)
#26
jouster
scrumpypaul
keep your eyes open, you can actually get low energy versions of these which can save you a canny packet in the long run.....

can you polease add a link to the enegry savin versions of these please...I have a light with 30 of these bulbs in it...mioght be worth going the other way to energy savings


no idea - might have been sainsburys - you just need the right screw size.
#27
jake1569
the everday price at TOOL STATION will beat any of the diy stores prices for bulbs.i used to go to b&q and focus and always pay over inflated prices until i was told to try TOOL STATION.


Where is this TOOL STATION ? I have never heard of TOOL STATION.
Does TOOL STATION have a website ?
Thanks
banned#28
mekon
jake1569
the everday price at TOOL STATION will beat any of the diy stores prices for bulbs.i used to go to b&q and focus and always pay over inflated prices until i was told to try TOOL STATION.


Where is this TOOL STATION ? I have never heard of TOOL STATION.
Does TOOL STATION have a website ?
Thanks


similar to Screwfix.... http://www.toolstation.co.uk but i do not understand why this person even mentioned them, they are £2.56 there ??
#29
jouster
scrumpypaul
keep your eyes open, you can actually get low energy versions of these which can save you a canny packet in the long run.....


can you polease add a link to the enegry savin versions of these please...I have a light with 30 of these bulbs in it...mioght be worth going the other way to energy savings


Eh? You have a light that takes 30 bulbs?? :|
#30
mekon
jake1569
the everday price at TOOL STATION will beat any of the diy stores prices for bulbs.i used to go to b&q and focus and always pay over inflated prices until i was told to try TOOL STATION.


Where is this TOOL STATION ? I have never heard of TOOL STATION.
Does TOOL STATION have a website ?
Thanks


He must have been made redundant from Go Compare.
#31
I should be interested to see any low energy version of a pygmy lamp that will give adequate light without waiting half a minute or so for it to warm up. The whole point of these lamps in most applications is to give immediate illumination in a dark and poky place (oven, cupboard etc) for a brief period; the current drain is minuscule.

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