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These aren't intended to be your main lights, so it's a bit silly mentioning the low lumens. Under stairs, night light, side lamp etc. Not everyone needs or wants floodlights in every room. Good price for a decent brand.
Not surprising that you would think that dim was good ;)
As to Toshiba being a "decent" brand - does this lamp actually have anything to do with Toshiba other than the name stamped on it? Try Googling the "Manufacturer reference" Usually if you do that you will find a link to a manufacturer catalogue or webpage, but all I can find with this is links to cheapo sellers.
Dim enough to use google though:https://www.toshiba.eu/lighting/service/leaflets/lamp-brochure/lamp-brochure_2014_uk.pdfhttps://www.toshiba.eu/lighting/en/whytoshibalighting
Toshiba International Corporation's LED Lighting Systems Division provides the highest quality LED lamps, fixtures, and components in the lighting industry. Toshiba's world class electronic and semiconductor technologies, combined with over a century of lighting experience, make Toshiba an emerging world leader in solid-state lighting. Our LED lighting products are mercury free and offer reduced CO2 emissions through energy savings when compared to current lighting solutions.

But not dim enough obviously to realise that this lamp is not listed anywhere in the material you have linked to. It's not referenced anywhere on any Toshiba website - which begs the question - has it got anything to do with Toshiba other than having Toshiba printed on it?
Agreed even the mini B22/E14 in poundland put 250 lumens or so.
topss
VDisillusioned
topss
These aren't intended to be your main lights, so it's a bit silly mentioning the low lumens. Under stairs, night light, side lamp etc. Not everyone needs or wants floodlights in every room. Good price for a decent brand.
Not surprising that you would think that dim was good ;)
As to Toshiba being a "decent" brand - does this lamp actually have anything to do with Toshiba other than the name stamped on it? Try Googling the "Manufacturer reference" Usually if you do that you will find a link to a manufacturer catalogue or webpage, but all I can find with this is links to cheapo sellers.
Dim enough to use google though:https://www.toshiba.eu/lighting/service/leaflets/lamp-brochure/lamp-brochure_2014_uk.pdfhttps://www.toshiba.eu/lighting/en/whytoshibalighting
Toshiba International Corporation's LED Lighting Systems Division provides the highest quality LED lamps, fixtures, and components in the lighting industry. Toshiba's world class electronic and semiconductor technologies, combined with over a century of lighting experience, make Toshiba an emerging world leader in solid-state lighting. Our LED lighting products are mercury free and offer reduced CO2 emissions through energy savings when compared to current lighting solutions.
All your quote says is that Toshiba say Toshiba are great, big surprise.
Here's another quote from Toshiba
"Toshiba Corporation expresses sincere apologies to our shareholders, customers, business partners and all other stakeholders for any concern or inconvenience caused by issues relating to the appropriateness of its accounting."
Translated that means they are sorry they got caught trying to con everyone including their own shareholders. Not exactly trustworthy are they.
Toshiba are not what they once were. Their TV products have more "Don't Buy" results on the Which Consumers Association website than any other manufacturer.
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bouncy99
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bouncy99
topss
These aren't intended to be your main lights, so it's a bit silly mentioning the low lumens. Under stairs, night light, side lamp etc. Not everyone needs or wants floodlights in every room. Good price for a decent brand.
thats just a daft response. This is a B22 GLS Bulb and it is designed to be a main light or part of a set of main lights. You talk about not everybody needing a floodlight. 600-800 lumens is in no way a floodlight, its the light output of a 60-100w bulb, a 500w floodlight is 5000 lumens. 155 lumens is about the about of a low wattage small candle shaped or mini globe bulb.
It's being sold/marketed as a 3.5w/155Lumens bulb, not the ones you describe, it's not pretending to be anything else. If you need brighter, then buy something else. Buying a bulb just because it's brighter, when that's not what you want, is what's daft.
Not everybody understands what a lumen is, they see a full sized low wattage gls bulb, buy it and find its very very dim, so my point was mentioning the lumens was not silly, it was a valid point. Also given this full sized gls bulb has an output equivalent to a 15-20w incandescent bulb, how many 15-20w full sized gls incandescent bulbs can you find on the high street, and how many people are buying so those bulbs for their houses etc. How is a 60w-100w bulb a floodlight?
Agree, not everyone understands lumens, only have to look at the other response to understand that. But the point I was making is that you and some other were criticising this bulb for it's low lumens. I was pointing out, that isn't necessarily a bad thing, especially if that's what you're looking for. As for older tech bulbs not being available in the kind of lumen varieties as these LEDs, that's the advantage of LED bulbs over incandescent one.
im pretty sure you could make an incandescent full sizes gls style bulb with a wattage of 15-20 watts if there was demand. i agree, not everybody wants a bright light, just dont know why you wouldn't use a mini globe for that market.
VDisillusioned
topss
These aren't intended to be your main lights, so it's a bit silly mentioning the low lumens. Under stairs, night light, side lamp etc. Not everyone needs or wants floodlights in every room. Good price for a decent brand.
Not surprising that you would think that dim was good ;)
As to Toshiba being a "decent" brand - does this lamp actually have anything to do with Toshiba other than the name stamped on it? Try Googling the "Manufacturer reference" Usually if you do that you will find a link to a manufacturer catalogue or webpage, but all I can find with this is links to cheapo sellers.

Dim enough to use google though:

https://www.toshiba.eu/lighting/service/leaflets/lamp-brochure/lamp-brochure_2014_uk.pdf

https://www.toshiba.eu/lighting/en/whytoshibalighting

Toshiba International Corporation's LED Lighting Systems Division provides the highest quality LED lamps, fixtures, and components in the lighting industry. Toshiba's world class electronic and semiconductor technologies, combined with over a century of lighting experience, make Toshiba an emerging world leader in solid-state lighting. Our LED lighting products are mercury free and offer reduced CO2 emissions through energy savings when compared to current lighting solutions.



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Long Life Lamp Company 10 Pack GU10 6W LED Warm White £18.99 @ Amazon sold by Strictly Lamps

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£1.90 per bulb is a good price. I just bought the cool white for £26.99 for 10, they are fantastic and spread the light out much more than our old ones. 10 Pack GU10 LED 6 watt High Brightness 5…
Looking4Glitches Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago9 Comments
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I purchased about 40 from a seller on Amazon. At least 30 of them went within 12 months!!!! They did however replace them all which still went within a short period of time.
If you want longer lasting, brighter bulbs that are cheaper check these bad boys out.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/400902687878?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&var=670446409099&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
Heat added ...I report glitches
I agree with comments about poor quality. Bought 10 bulbs from this company on Amazon and all went within 12 months. They sent replacements but it's more hassle than it's worth.
Don't bother with these bulbs if you want ones that last.
I purchased some about 8 months ago and on the last 2 now was ok at first but it didn't take long for them to start breaking.
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10 Pack GU10 6W LED Beautiful Warm White Colour 50w Replacement for Halogen bulb £22.49 @ Amazon sold by Strictly Lamps.

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These bulbs are excellent - I bought them when they were £30 a pack and STILL thought they were amazing. Replaced 10 50W halogens which burned out at least once a month - have probably made my money b…
shtam Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago14 Comments
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Since when is 3000k beautiful warm white? 2700K is no where near beautiful warm white either. I've tested many of these **** lights and nothing comes close to a halogen replacement.
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Just a heads up, I recently tried replacing my kitchen halogen downlight bulbs with LEDs. What I didn't know was because they use such a small wattage compared to halogen bulbs, the transformers couldn't recognise the wattage and as a result the bulbs kept flickering. I believe some of the branded LED bulbs (philips etc) have some sort of converters built in confuse the transformer and stop this. It obviously won't apply to everyone, but cheap LEDs like these may not work in some downlight setups.

Was it low voltage lighting that you were replacing to LED? If they're low voltage (MR11 or MR16) you cannot do a direct replacement to LED. A change from low voltage to LED require LED drivers to replace the low voltage transformers.

Edited By: jans on Apr 08, 2015 18:50
Just a heads up, I recently tried replacing my kitchen halogen downlight bulbs with LEDs. What I didn't know was because they use such a small wattage compared to halogen bulbs, the transformers couldn't recognise the wattage and as a result the bulbs kept flickering. I believe some of the branded LED bulbs (philips etc) have some sort of converters built in confuse the transformer and stop this. It obviously won't apply to everyone, but cheap LEDs like these may not work in some downlight setups.
You need to check the lumens output, no good comparing wattage with LED. Basically, and very rough idea, if you currently have a 50 watt halogen GU10 lamp and you require the same, or similar, light output, then you should be looking at around 800 lumens output from a LED light. The wattage is completely irrelevant and is in no way any indication of how bright it will be.
CE can also mean China Export....
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Philips Imageo 7007631PU 1.5 Watt Plastic Tea Light Set, White £7.85 @ Dispatched from and sold by Strictly Lamps on Amazon

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Thanks to the post on Phillips candles below I noticed these lights. Bargain price. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
jobibear Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago10 Comments
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Bought the blue ones earlier. Might get these too for an xmas gift.
You can get them from here for £5 delivered!

http://www.rakuten.co.uk/shop/ddldirect/product/7007631PU/

and use the rakuten code SPEND10 for £5 off a spend of £10 or more.

Appears loads of stock as well.

:)
jondarcy
Just brought two :) They're the smaller version, but worth picking up at this price

brought them where?
Just brought two :) They're the smaller version, but worth picking up at this price
rob1990
I have the taller glass ones and they're very good
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B008PD9SRU/ref=pd_aw_ty_recs_3?pi=SL500_SS115
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Philips AA alkaline batteries. 32 pack, £5.99 delivered at Strictly Lamps / Amazon.

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As it says in description. They are also available for £5.95 but that is from a newer seller so it's up to you.
DibCochrane Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago3 Comments
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Just ran out of these, ordered ,thanks :-)
That's crazy cheap
For some reason I can't upload an image, sorry.
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30 x G4 12v 20W Halogen Light Bulb Capsule £6.39 del @ Amazon/Strictly Lamps

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just had to replace 6 of this type of bulb in 2 light fittings that use a total of 18 bulbs between them so thought it best to get some more in as spares ,found these on amazon ,good reviews and goo…
rudder Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago4 Comments
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If you don't want/need to buy in bulk: CPC Farnell also offer these at reasonable prices, ie from 24p for one, @19p for five+, with free delivery when ordered online. Can also find them in £/99p stores sometimes. I'm sure there's some variation in quality/longevity but so hard to know/tell without branding or experience ...
pushkin2000
I got 25 for 1.99 delivered from ebay used some and exactly the same as the ones supplied with light fitting

How long have they lasted?
Good find.

Thanks
I got 25 for 1.99 delivered from ebay used some and exactly the same as the ones supplied with light fitting
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Philips Imageo LED Rechargeable Candle Lights £16.99 @ amazon

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Great candle lights that have not been this cheap for a while. I am looking for alternative colours as I have these but might be useful to those looking for some white ones. They have been cheape…
TKDBlackbelt Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago4 Comments
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shows £19.99 for me :(
mattgrant
Why cold?

It seems to be the status quo when you post a new deal. The muppets get in first hammering everything with cold votes and then those with a brain vote hot or cold depending on the deal.
Note to all Parents: These are brilliant Baby Night Lights, we found them worth their weight in gold! bought 2 more for friends, heat added
Why cold?
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Philips Imageo LED Rechargeable Candle Lights, White - £16.99 delivered at Amazon

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Product Features Rechargable LED candles Easy to switch on and off, simply tilt the candle Create your own atmosphere Wireless induction charging, charger included Indoor and outdoor use…
Pupa Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago4 Comments
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Bought 2 sets of these on amazon OCT 2012 £19.75 each. Happy with them and glad I bought 2 sets. Thanks for posting improved price.
Have had these (in white) for a couple of years now. You'd think they'd be really naff, but they aren't. They are pretty realistic. Especially good if you have children as they're much safer.
Me too...Think they were £12 then so bit more now, but still a good price.
i bought these a while ago - our lass loves em!
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Philips Imageo LED Rechargeable Candle Lights, White - £14.99 @ Amazon

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Rechargable LED candles Easy to switch on and off, simply tilt the candle Create your own atmosphere Wireless induction charging, charger included Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging…
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Argh back up to £19.75 now! You hardly ever seem them this cheap nowadays! :(
Love these.
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