5 Pack LED Lamp GLS Non Dimmable 10W (60W Equivalent) BC 810lm A+  ONLY £9.98 @ Toolstation
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5 Pack LED Lamp GLS Non Dimmable 10W (60W Equivalent) BC 810lm A+ ONLY £9.98 @ Toolstation

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Found 29th Jan 2016
Available in store and online

Edison Screw type available same price:

toolstation.com/sho…=no
DESCRIPTION

• 5 Pack
• 180° beam angle
• Equivalent to 60W
• Warm white 3000K
• Non dimmable

Average life 25000 hrs
Energy class A+
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Wonder if these are the same as the screwfix ones?
The screwfix ones went pretty hot, admittedly I got some too, but they were not on offer! there is a page full of them and similar ones in their current catalogue, all keenly priced.
Excellent Cheers OP, been after 10 of these since Screwfix sold out.
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TylerDurdenUK

Wonder if these are the same as the screwfix ones?



Aren't the Screwfix ones 8.7W or did they also do 10W?
hamsterboy

The screwfix ones went pretty hot, admittedly I got some too, but they … The screwfix ones went pretty hot, admittedly I got some too, but they were not on offer! there is a page full of them and similar ones in their current catalogue, all keenly priced.



.. and always out of stock!
fishmaster

Aren't the Screwfix ones 8.7W or did they also do 10W?



Think I'll stick with my SF order as yes they are 8.7W.
fishmaster

Aren't the Screwfix ones 8.7W or did they also do 10W?



Yes, the Screwfix are 8.7W (806 lumens), these are 10W (810 lumens).
Screwfix have a 3 year warranty, no mention of any more than the standard 1 year at TS.
cpc farnell have

3.5w CANDLE BC LED DIMMABLE
cpc.farnell.com/pro…937

£2.20 each + vat, 5 or more cheaper......

bought 5 for £11.70 delivered.
Might be of use to someone out there!
Trax

Yes, the Screwfix are 8.7W (806 lumens), these are 10W (810 lumens).



So not noticeably brighter?
Jonnyblock

So not noticeably brighter?



​Wouldn't be really unless you got Eagle eyes
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Jonnyblock

So not noticeably brighter?



Human perception of brightness is logarithmic, the lumen scale is not logarithmic as far as I'm aware therefore your assumption should stand as being correct. I'll add a link when I find more information..

Here we go >

candlepowerforums.com/vb/…dex
Edited by: "fishmaster" 29th Jan 2016
hamsterboy

cpc farnell have 3.5w CANDLE BC LED … cpc farnell have 3.5w CANDLE BC LED DIMMABLEhttp://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/hk-ld300a-bc/lamp-candle-cob-led-d-ble-3-5w/dp/LP07937£2.20 each + vat, 5 or more cheaper......bought 5 for £11.70 delivered. Might be of use to someone out there!



​How many Lumens are these bulbs? Seem pretty decent if it's 350+
mkara

​How many Lumens are these bulbs? Seem pretty decent if it's 350+



287 lumen as per:
amazon.co.uk/Ele…TVK
Poundlanf selling for £1 each
I managed to get some of the ones from screwfix when they were on offer. But I have to say that I am slightly disappointed with the light output, definitely NOT equivalent to 60 watts. I'm actually tempted to get some from toolstation for comparison and keep the brighter ones.
I bought some of these a few months ago when they were last posted on here. They are bright enough, probably 75W equivalent I reckon, close enough to the 20w CFLs that I replaced with these (but instant brightness). Just not overly impressed with the light "quality" (ie not on the Philips or Osram quality), though they are warm white, skin tones look very grey if directly under them. They are fine though in a light shade, just not directly below.
They also feel quite lightweight and cheap, though none have failed yet in the 3 months I've had them. At £2 a pop though these aren't bad, and would be ideal for outside lights. Did put one in the cloakroom but as it was directly above a mirror, found I looked very ill when ever I looked in it!
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Just got a pack of the warm white & a pack of the cool white not keen on the cool white so will be taking the cool white back

http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m160/blindmansden/629A77AF-C167-49DA-A7FC-1328F4FD7180_zpsugyw96ka.jpg
http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m160/blindmansden/7A724ED2-C104-4046-9A5B-4A1899AFF62E_zpskjspuvdn.jpg
Edited by: "blindmansden" 31st Jan 2016
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blindmansden

Just got a pack of the warm white & a pack of the cool white not keen on … Just got a pack of the warm white & a pack of the cool white not keen on the cool white so will be taking the cool white back



Yes I have the warm white they seem more natural or rather what I'm used to than cool white.
mkara

​How many Lumens are these bulbs? Seem pretty decent if it's 350+



​warm white 287lm it states, also
cool white 297lm and
daylight 308lm available

5W at 435 - 450 lm, but thems about a pound more each.

Colour temperature of 3000k, 4000k, and 6000 Kelvins respectively! for those who ask.

CERTAIN to be better (for my mum) than the 3 x 60w they replace.
These come with a 2 year warranty for anyone interested.
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