Philips LED B22 Bayonet Cap Light Bulbs, Frosted, 11 W (75 W) - Warm White, Pack of 6 £23.99 @ Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Philips LED B22 Bayonet Cap Light Bulbs, Frosted, 11 W (75 W) - Warm White, Pack of 6 £23.99 @ Amazon.co.uk

£23.99 @ Amazon
This looks like a bargain to me - maybe listed on Amazon in error... I was looking for LED bayonet replacement bulbs and found two listings on Amazon - one listing has the bulb listed as a 12w and … Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
This looks like a bargain to me - maybe listed on Amazon in error...

I was looking for LED bayonet replacement bulbs and found two listings on Amazon - one listing has the bulb listed as a 12w and the other listed as an 11w - both 75w equivalent replacements.

If you look at the description on both items the specifications are identical:-

Cap/Fitting B22
Warm White Colour Temperature
11 W Input Wattage
Wattage Equivalency 75 W
A+ Energy Efficiency Rated
Frosted, Non-Dimmable
50,000 Switch Cycles
15,000 Hours Lifetime
15 Years Average Life (at 2.7 hours a day)

Could the listing for the 12w be an error in the title as the 12w are listed @ £23.84 for 4 bulbs and the 11w listing is £23.99 for 6 bulbs...



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#1
Seems to be the right price:

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01KHILBL6/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=3m&fo=0&lang=en
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GazmoX
Seems to be the right price:http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01KHILBL6/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=3m&fo=0&lang=en

I wasn't benching it on CCC - i was basing it on it being £0.15 more for a 6 set instead of a 4 set...
#3
Anyone know if they have these in higher wattages at this price? Looking for a 100w equivalent or slightly higher.

Also does anyone know what the life expectancy is on these kinds of bulb? Would hope its pretty long considering they don't exactly seem cheap compared to the old style energy efficent ones that electric companies were literally giving away at one point...

Edited By: ST3123 on Jan 26, 2017 16:12
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Only 1055 lumens. If it was 2000 lumens or above. I would have bought. Some of led bulbs sold give out so less light, that they do not make good replacement for the old Flourocent lights they are replacing.
#5
ST3123
Anyone know if they have these in higher wattages at this price? Looking for a 100w equivalent or slightly higher.

Also does anyone know what the life expectancy is on these kinds of bulb? Would hope its pretty long considering they don't exactly seem cheap compared to the old style energy efficent ones that electric companies were literally giving away at one point...


Keep on looking in amazon lightening deals. Amazon let me buy only 2 15watt(100 watts equivalent) led bulbs in their lightening deals. Still waiting to buy more.
#6
ST3123
Anyone know if they have these in higher wattages at this price? Looking for a 100w equivalent or slightly higher.
Also does anyone know what the life expectancy is on these kinds of bulb? Would hope its pretty long considering they don't exactly seem cheap compared to the old style energy efficent ones that electric companies were literally giving away at one point...

I just bought a 100w equivalent for £4 in Morrisons (Morrisons brand not Philips). It's way too bright for any room in my house, I can't even look at the bulb when on as it makes my eyes bleed! It might end up in my outside light if it can stand the cold weather.
#7
LizzyUK
ST3123
Anyone know if they have these in higher wattages at this price? Looking for a 100w equivalent or slightly higher.
Also does anyone know what the life expectancy is on these kinds of bulb? Would hope its pretty long considering they don't exactly seem cheap compared to the old style energy efficent ones that electric companies were literally giving away at one point...

I just bought a 100w equivalent for £4 in Morrisons (Morrisons brand not Philips). It's way too bright for any room in my house, I can't even look at the bulb when on as it makes my eyes bleed! It might end up in my outside light if it can stand the cold weather.


How many lumens are they rated for?
#8
LizzyUK
ST3123
Anyone know if they have these in higher wattages at this price? Looking for a 100w equivalent or slightly higher.
Also does anyone know what the life expectancy is on these kinds of bulb? Would hope its pretty long considering they don't exactly seem cheap compared to the old style energy efficent ones that electric companies were literally giving away at one point...

I just bought a 100w equivalent for £4 in Morrisons (Morrisons brand not Philips). It's way too bright for any room in my house, I can't even look at the bulb when on as it makes my eyes bleed! It might end up in my outside light if it can stand the cold weather.


It is very easy to decrease light using a lamp shade. Also if these are dimmable, you can use a dimmer. I only clear glass lamp shades so as not to waste light/energy . Bright light also cures SAD but should not be used while trying to sleep.
#9
I have one of these for the bedroom, real nice cosy light. I was worried the 11W one would be too dim but it's perfect.

Edited By: pcangeldust on Jan 26, 2017 23:10
#10

Keep on looking in amazon lightening deals. Amazon let me buy only 2 15watt(100 watts equivalent) led bulbs in their lightening deals. Still waiting to buy more.
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