Philips - 11w Energy/60w Light Energy Saving Bulb for 39p 5 for 50p @ Morrisons - HotUKDeals
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[mod]#1
Hi
Thanks for posting and welcome to HUKD.
I think you got a bit confused. Your username is egonx and the Merchants is Morrisons. There was no need to create a new shop/merchant called egonx. I have ammended the details and removed egonx from the merchant list.
Emmajk42 wrote a couple of very comprehensive and excellent guide for newcomers to HUKD here: - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/145906/newcomers-advice-on-hotukdeals-gene/
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Again, thanks for posting, and welcome to HUKD.
Kind regards Andy

#2
Exactly the same in Poundstretcher / Instore.........
Good deal! :thumbsup:
#3
Same ones in £land - 10 for £1. Bayonet and ES fitting.
#4
The government send me these for free :)
#5
The government is stopping the mail out of energy saving bulbs as they don't save enough energy to reach the CERT targets. Just remember every cheap bulb you buy is there because it means an Energy company somewhere is avoiding installing loft insulation into a house.

http://www.ofgem.gov.uk/Sustainability/Environment/EnergyEff/Documents1/CERT%20Annual%20report%20v1.pdf
#6
Also @

10 for £1 @ Poundland

:)
#7
:)Voted hot 'cos out of all the other stores with a similar offer, Morrisons is the nearest
#8
I wonder at what point it will become viable to insulate your loft with boxes of energy-saving lightbulbs?
#9
Was in Tesco in Aldershot yesterday and they seem to have more stock of these at 1 pence each, buy-one-get-one-free. Seemed to be mainly the 20W version

So thats 20 bulbs for 10 pence - cheap enough for loft insulation maybe :whistling:
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I fitted my house out with these, the wretched things are not only dimmer than their incandescent counterparts but they don't last any longer either, had yet another 3-month-old bulb blow out yesterday. That means another special trip to the recycling centre, can't put CFLs in the bin because of the mercury content, eight mile round trip, lots of expense and pollution. Bah!

Let there be light! I just ordered 100 100w incandescents off ebay, £35, now there's a deal!
#11
i saw these in savers aswell, so it looks like a pretty widespread deal and these bulbs were about £5 each a few years back.
#12
there are loads of deals like this, i buy them half a dozen at a time

the old fashioned ones are brighter but like gold dust these days and cost a fortune.

useful to have, i keep them in the meter cupboard in the kitchen with a huge torch
#13
Are these deals even real? Everytime I seem to go I never find any
#14
Muchel
Are these deals even real? Everytime I seem to go I never find any


morrisons in whitefield manchester had them
#15
spionkop
I fitted my house out with these, the wretched things are not only dimmer than their incandescent counterparts but they don't last any longer either, had yet another 3-month-old bulb blow out yesterday. That means another special trip to the recycling centre, can't put CFLs in the bin because of the mercury content, eight mile round trip, lots of expense and pollution. Bah!

Let there be light! I just ordered 100 100w incandescents off ebay, £35, now there's a deal!


I have been using the same set of Philips energy saving bulbs since the first time they were introduced many years ago now. They are just as bright as the old ones were and touch wood they appear to be lasting forever :p
Although I will probably change them soon because they have gone quite yellow from tar.
#16
Still around :)
#17
spionkop;5928312
I fitted my house out with these, the wretched things are not only dimmer than their incandescent counterparts but they don't last any longer either, had yet another 3-month-old bulb blow out yesterday. That means another special trip to the recycling centre, can't put CFLs in the bin because of the mercury content, eight mile round trip, lots of expense and pollution. Bah!

Let there be light! I just ordered 100 100w incandescents off ebay, £35, now there's a deal!


I find these ones to be more 'white' and bright than incandescents to be honest and they've never blown unlike the incandescents which tended to blow every month or less.

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