Philips LED E14 E27 B22 GU10 Light Bulbs 3 for GBP £9.98 @ B & M - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
332

Philips LED E14 E27 B22 GU10 Light Bulbs 3 for GBP £9.98 @ B & M

£9.98 @ B&M Retail
Philips LED Light Bulb. Many types see link Philips LED light bulbs provide a beautiful warm white light, an exceptionally long life and immediate, siginificant, energy savings. With a pure … Read More
kalawelwyn Avatar
1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Philips LED Light Bulb.

Many types see link

Philips LED light bulbs provide a beautiful warm white light, an exceptionally long life and immediate, siginificant, energy savings.

With a pure and elegant design, this bulb is the perfect replacement for your matted incandescent bulbs.
More From B&M Retail:
kalawelwyn Avatar
1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Options

All Comments

(25) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
opinions on these lights? I'm just had my house rewired and wanted to put fresh energy saving bulbs in http://www.screwfix.com/p/led-gls-lamps-warm-white-bc-9w-3-pack/1399k
#2
brendanhickey
opinions on these lights? I'm just had my house rewired and wanted to put fresh energy saving bulbs in http://www.screwfix.com/p/led-gls-lamps-warm-white-bc-9w-3-pack/1399k

those appear to be out of stock, however the 5 pack is better value. I have the cool white version which is just right, not quite as cool as some other bulbs

http://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-gls-led-lamps-white-bc-9w-5-pack/8621j
#3
BurningFeetMan
brendanhickey
opinions on these lights? I'm just had my house rewired and wanted to put fresh energy saving bulbs in http://www.screwfix.com/p/led-gls-lamps-warm-white-bc-9w-3-pack/1399k

those appear to be out of stock, however the 5 pack is better value. I have the cool white version which is just right, not quite as cool as some other bulbs

http://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-gls-led-lamps-white-bc-9w-5-pack/8621j


cheers I will wait for the warm ones to come back in stock
#4
I've got the warm white 100w equivalent version... £15 for 3 at B&Q. Good bulbs.
1 Like #5
Screwfix 5 pack are really good. Nice bright light. 8w though from what I remember whereas your first link of 3 pack is 9w (?)
1 Like #6
brendanhickey
opinions on these lights? I'm just had my house rewired and wanted to put fresh energy saving bulbs in http://www.screwfix.com/p/led-gls-lamps-warm-white-bc-9w-3-pack/1399k

Before buying a job lot it's worth checking if you still prefer the yellow tint to light or prefer cold white or daylight version. The whiter light is harsher to look at if you stare at the bulb, but after recently switching to them I now prefer the ambiance to the warm white spectrum bulbs.
#7
I need a few 120 to 150 watt equivalent instant on energy saving bulbs. Preferably warm white. Any recommendations?
#8
Will be 1000% better than the dreadful Eveready branded junk that B&M usually sell.
#9
can you buy long kitchen bulbs as led? Sorry but i don't know what they are called lol
#10
speedemon
Screwfix 5 pack are really good. Nice bright light. 8w though from what I remember whereas your first link of 3 pack is 9w (?)


the Philips have much better colour balance than any screwfix own brand I've tried. they are generally amongst the best on the market. they don't flicker, they don't buzz, they achieve their stated brightness, for their stated lifetimes and have good colour balance.
#11
mymymy
can you buy long kitchen bulbs as led? Sorry but i don't know what they are called lol

Something like this?

https://www.switch-lighting.co.uk/bell-led-under-cabinet-fitting-7watt-07145_110?gclid=CLzwqYmW09ICFU4z0wodxpQMFw
#12
I bought a pack of Osram 60w equivelant bulbs recently...while the bulb itself stays cool, the plastic body which I suspect holds some electronics of some sort, gets hot enough that it cant be held. (not that I regularly hold the bulb when its on...I moved a bulb that had been on, to another ceiling rose during decorating)

This makes me think they aren't genuine, or is this a "normal" thing with LED bulbs?

Would be interested to know if these Philips bulbs have the same "issue" ...surely excessive heat is a fault?

Edited By: Pan111 on Mar 13, 2017 11:01
#13
Pan111
Would be interested to know if these Philips bulbs have the same "issue" ...surely excessive heat is a fault?

Thats normal, LED bulbs have a heatsink in the base to dissipate heat, hence why they have the white section at the bottom.
#14
it contains the transformer to convert from 240v AC to 12v DC. one day home lighting circuits will do the sensible thing and not require individual light fittings to step down the voltage now that we have thoroughly moved away from tungsten lamps. in the meantime we have a compromise.
#15
Pan111
I bought a pack of Osram 60w equivelant bulbs recently...while the bulb itself stays cool, the plastic body which I suspect holds some electronics of some sort, gets hot enough that it cant be held. (not that I regularly hold the bulb when its on...I moved a bulb that had been on, to another ceiling rose during decorating)
This makes me think they aren't genuine, or is this a "normal" thing with LED bulbs?
Would be interested to know if these Philips bulbs have the same "issue" ...surely excessive heat is a fault?
Unfortunately yes, it's more or less "normal" and the cause of death of most LED bulbs.
It's more of a problem the higher the wattage, so a 3W bulb might be fine, but a 9W will have problems in a hot environment (I wonder how they hold up in countries like Spain)

If possible, always buy bulbs that have ventilation fins at the bottom.

http://i.imgur.com/DAjwj8e.jpg
#16
mymymy
can you buy long kitchen bulbs as led? Sorry but i don't know what they are called lol
S15 LED bulb - there are two lengths, and it seems Maplin have them at a decent price compared to many others
#17
MaximusRo
Unfortunately yes, it's more or less "normal" and the cause of death of most LED bulbs.
It's more of a problem the higher the wattage, so a 3W bulb might be fine, but a 9W will have problems in a hot environment (I wonder how they hold up in countries like Spain)
This used to be the case, and is certainly the case for cheap imports, but the big brands have this problem resolved now. Despite the casing feeling pretty hot to the touch, this is within designed range and the electronics will cope, and the lights will deliver their *stated* lifetime, on average. Some will fail early, some will not fail at all (they will simply become so dim after 100k hours that you'll decide to replace them anyway).

I wouldn't worry too much about this for the well known brand lights.

Edited By: MrMatt991 on Mar 13, 2017 14:52
#18
may give these a go
#19
I believe it's 6 of these for £14.99 at toolstation.
#20
aztec786
I believe it's 6 of these for £14.99 at toolstation.

Just tried that and your seemingly wrong
#21
#22
Arstar
brendanhickey
opinions on these lights? I'm just had my house rewired and wanted to put fresh energy saving bulbs in http://www.screwfix.com/p/led-gls-lamps-warm-white-bc-9w-3-pack/1399k
Before buying a job lot it's worth checking if you still prefer the yellow tint to light or prefer cold white or daylight version. The whiter light is harsher to look at if you stare at the bulb, but after recently switching to them I now prefer the ambiance to the warm white spectrum bulbs.

I agree, daylight white is much cleaner and fresher looking especially in kitchens and bathrooms etc.
#23
Geemac
mymymy
can you buy long kitchen bulbs as led? Sorry but i don't know what they are called lol

Something like this?

https://www.switch-lighting.co.uk/bell-led-under-cabinet-fitting-7watt-07145_110?gclid=CLzwqYmW09ICFU4z0wodxpQMFw



Hmmmn looks like it will be expensive as the under cabinet light was expensive for a small one.
#24
aztec786


Haha your seemingly right!
#25
OrribleHarry
Arstar
brendanhickey
opinions on these lights? I'm just had my house rewired and wanted to put fresh energy saving bulbs in http://www.screwfix.com/p/led-gls-lamps-warm-white-bc-9w-3-pack/1399k
Before buying a job lot it's worth checking if you still prefer the yellow tint to light or prefer cold white or daylight version. The whiter light is harsher to look at if you stare at the bulb, but after recently switching to them I now prefer the ambiance to the warm white spectrum bulbs.

I agree, daylight white is much cleaner and fresher looking especially in kitchens and bathrooms etc.


Personally i think cool white should be for rooms where you use the lights during the daytime, but stick to warm white for evening use.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!