5 pack LAP GLS LED Bulbs Cool White (ES, BC) - Warm White (ES) 9W - £6.99 @ Screwfix
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5 pack LAP GLS LED Bulbs Cool White (ES, BC) - Warm White (ES) 9W - £6.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 28th Apr 2017
Warm White (Edison Screw)
Cool White (Bayonet Cap)
Cool White (Edison Screw)
Unfortunately Warm White (Bayonet Cap) appears to be standard price.

9kWh/1000h. A+ rated. 15,000 hours average rated life.

- Wattage: 9W
- Equivalent Wattage: 60W
- 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
- Energy Efficient
- Full Instant Light
- Non-Dimmable
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I bought two LAP led bulbs from screwfix last year ( a bayonet and a ses), both failed within six months.
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Been using these for well over a year now in every room in my house, and two in outdoor lights, and not one failure yet.
About six months ago I swapped out every bulb in the house with these and other LED bulbs from Screwfix and have seen a noticeable reduction in electricity bills.

I put the greatest savings down to replacing 15 x GU10 bulbs in the kitchen with LAP GU10 LED bulbs as the kids would go downstairs on an evening and leave every single one on that is until I went down in the morning. They still do it but its not costing me as much as it did!

I've not had as single LED bulb fail yet. If they do fail then you have a 2 year guarantee.
Edited by: "sabresonic" 28th Apr 2017
Been using cool white for over a year. Brilliant. No flicker and no failure. Heat from me
wayners

Been using cool white for over a year. Brilliant. No flicker and no … Been using cool white for over a year. Brilliant. No flicker and no failure. Heat from me


Ditto
cool white for 8 months now no issues great bulbs
Cool white over a year for me and give great light out mine are 7 watt
thought 9.99 was cheap - heat
After happy use of these bulbs, also recently got some of their LED worlds for the kitchen which also seem to be great so far. Heat added.
Zontes

Been using these for well over a year now in every room in my house, and … Been using these for well over a year now in every room in my house, and two in outdoor lights, and not one failure yet.


Same here
Using warm white for months now, totally reliable and really nice light.
Thanks,bought.
Any dimmable available?
is BC the same as B22? ie normal traditional bulb bayonet size, not the smaller ones?
anybody know of any 100w equivalent bulbs - I find these quite dim?
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Northerndave

Any dimmable available?


GLS dimmable bulbs on Screwfix. None of equivalent value.

Midnight.Tboy

is BC the same as B22? ie normal traditional bulb bayonet size, not the … is BC the same as B22? ie normal traditional bulb bayonet size, not the smaller ones?


Yeah, BC = B22 normal bayonet size. Smaller size is SBC (Small bayonet cap) B15.

brohood

anybody know of any 100w equivalent bulbs - I find these quite dim?


None that would be a similar price per bulb. Philips 100w equivalent are highly rated though.
melted

I bought two LAP led bulbs from screwfix last year ( a bayonet and a … I bought two LAP led bulbs from screwfix last year ( a bayonet and a ses), both failed within six months.


Are they in fittings with poor ventilation? Are you on a poor electricity supply (possibly rural) which may be subject to frequent voltage spikes?
Great deal. Bought some in September and no failures yet. Will definitely getting more, they are so much better than the old energy savers. I actually found these to be very bright, I would like some that are dimmer.
Same here, REALLY impressed, nice, instant bright pleasant light, bought mine at £9.99..at least 9 months back, ZERO failures....unlike the c##p off fleabay which exploded!
Had Philips ones for like 6 years, they're still going.
Fabulous! £1 cheaper than the last time they were on offer. I bought a few when I posted that deal and I've been very happy with them. Really good quality light, instant on and no failures. Will be replacing the last of my CCFLs with this deal. Great spot! Thx for posting.

FYI these bubs subjectively seem to be slightly brighter than 60W incandescent, though opinion was divided as to how much better (I always estimated them at about 75W). The discussion/opinions and some technical details of their performance can be found in the old deal at - hotukdeals.com/dea…628
pibpob

Are they in fittings with poor ventilation? Are you on a poor … Are they in fittings with poor ventilation? Are you on a poor electricity supply (possibly rural) which may be subject to frequent voltage spikes?



No issues with voltage spikes that I'm aware of, and the shades don't adversely restrict ventilation - both failed bulbs were only about 4w so didn't generate a great deal of heat, one was in an uplight and the different make of LED bulb in its pair is over one year old.

Both were LAP, purchased from screwfix in the same order, and I think they were both of the led "filament" type. One died completely, and the other started flashing - it appeared to have several dead leds, which probably triggered protection circuits in the remainder.
CRI not stated. I wonder why?
melted

No issues with voltage spikes that I'm aware of, and the shades don't … No issues with voltage spikes that I'm aware of, and the shades don't adversely restrict ventilation - both failed bulbs were only about 4w so didn't generate a great deal of heat, one was in an uplight and the different make of LED bulb in its pair is over one year old.Both were LAP, purchased from screwfix in the same order, and I think they were both of the led "filament" type. One died completely, and the other started flashing - it appeared to have several dead leds, which probably triggered protection circuits in the remainder.


Okay... but doesn't that mean that the only thing in common between the bulbs that failed for you and these is the brand stamped on them?
Thanks OP,

I brought 2 packs of these today and mightily impressed. Very bright, much brighter than the old style energy saving light bulbs.

Heat added
Purchased two packs at Swansea Parc Tawe store.

Judging by the comments, I'm looking forward to installing them. Replacing aging CFLs across the house!
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