10-Pack Day White Lohas 5W G45 E14 LED Light Bulbs, Edison Screw Base, 35W Incandescent Bulb Equivalent, 6000K, 400lm [Energy Class A+] £21.99 Sold by LED-365BUY and Fulfilled by Amazon
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10-Pack Day White Lohas 5W G45 E14 LED Light Bulbs, Edison Screw Base, 35W Incandescent Bulb Equivalent, 6000K, 400lm [Energy Class A+] £21.99 Sold by LED-365BUY and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 28th Dec 2015
Pack of 10 units.Color temperature:6000K.Wattage:5W. Luminous:400lm
Save electricity bill. Replace 35W incandescent bulb by 5W LED. Save over 85% on electricity bill of lighting
Easy Installation. Can be easily fitted to replace ordinary E14 Bayonet incandescent or CFL light bulbs
Extremely long life. lowers maintenance costs by reducing re-lamp frequency
Instant full light. The starting time is less than 0.5 s, no need to wait for warming up the lamp

6 Comments

You can get thse in poundshop for £1

Original Poster

bigjeremy

You can get thse in poundshop for £1


I am struggling to find a good Daylight / Day white, (4000K- 4500K temp) E14 /SES bulbs for a decent price , could you recommend any shops please ?

RajUK

I am struggling to find a good Daylight / Day white, (4000K- 4500K temp) … I am struggling to find a good Daylight / Day white, (4000K- 4500K temp) E14 /SES bulbs for a decent price , could you recommend any shops please ?




Try cpc , had a few 18w last year for about £2 each,very bright . Poundshop do candle and dome 5w led daylight bulbs , their pretty good too only seen them in screw fitting though.

RajUK

I am struggling to find a good Daylight / Day white, (4000K- 4500K temp) … I am struggling to find a good Daylight / Day white, (4000K- 4500K temp) E14 /SES bulbs for a decent price , could you recommend any shops please ?


Daylight is classed as 6000K-6500K, cool or natural white is 4000K-4500K. As mentioned, CPC have some decent prices. You'd be best having a look through their online brochures (under publications on the site) as prices vary hugely.

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damadgeruk

Daylight is classed as 6000K-6500K, cool or natural white is 4000K-4500K. … Daylight is classed as 6000K-6500K, cool or natural white is 4000K-4500K. As mentioned, CPC have some decent prices. You'd be best having a look through their online brochures (under publications on the site) as prices vary hugely.


quite confusing with temperatures, different sites quouting it differently. thanks for the suggestions , will have a look
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