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G9 LED bulbs £8.99 (Prime) / £13.48 (non Prime) Sold by Fulighture LED and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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G9 LED bulbs £8.99 (Prime) / £13.48 (non Prime) Sold by Fulighture LED and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 22nd Apr

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There is a 50% off promotion going on on G9 LED Light Bulbs, Equivalent to 40W Halogen Bulbs, 400LM, Warm White 3000K, No Flicker, Energy Saving, Not Dimmable for Chandelier, Ceiling Lighting, Wall Light Fittings(5W, Pack of 6), simply select the promotion to get the discount.
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All the cheap led light bulbs I've bought seem to have the lifespan of a may fly. A total waste of time, and these look suspiciously similar..... Will check my amazon account and see if I've bought them before.
They really need to impose some standards on led bulbs.
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good deal,shame the cool white are not included in the offer
All the cheap led light bulbs I've bought seem to have the lifespan of a may fly. A total waste of time, and these look suspiciously similar..... Will check my amazon account and see if I've bought them before.
They really need to impose some standards on led bulbs.
Lots of 5 star reviews of a product given away for free. I smell a rat!
COUPONKEV22/04/2020 11:01

Lots of 5 star reviews of a product given away for free. I smell a rat!


Allegedly, fake reviews can be purchased by unscrupulous sellers these days.
These are damn cheap. I paid £6 for a pack of 2 and had 3 packs delivered 10 days ago from tool station. Cant even send them back
These bulbs are huge ...49mm diameter and 154mm high
Being so large they may last longer as there is a bigger heat sink. Ive tried osram, Philips and Megaman and yet to find a g9 with a decent lifetime
From memory I think G9s are about £2.99 each in Home Bargains and I’ve had some in use for about three years now
Which ones would you use in the bathroom?
Just ordered thanks OP. Somehow I got 50% off at checkout so worth a try at £4.50.
Edited by: "roly" 22nd Apr
Don't forget it's 12 month warrenty on LED lamps unlike a bulb which could blow getting it home.
I have to use ses r50 spots from Home Bargains and some last and other start flashing so I return them to be swapped which they don't like.
Bought these from Amazon before, absolutely poor quality of light - trying to do a jigsaw was a nightmare because it was difficult to see variations of colour.
roly22/04/2020 12:03

Just ordered thanks OP. Somehow I got 50% off at checkout so worth a try …Just ordered thanks OP. Somehow I got 50% off at checkout so worth a try at £4.50.


Ditto, got 50% too. Ordered thanks OP.
Bought similar G9 multipack LED from different seller but they are poor on dimming and ready hot to touch due to poor heat dessipation. It was quickly sent back to amazon without any issues.
These cheap G9 LEDs seem have a very noticeable flicker.
Bought 2 packs for 8.99 (50% off applied at checkout) cheers op
£4.50 postage?
I bought some G9s from Amazon before that looked the same as this. They are very big compared to others and they all stopped working within a few weeks. Fortunately Amazon refunded me. I bought replacements from ikea and about 2yrs later they are still going.
Working in a lighting manufacturing company I have seen and tried loads of G9 LED's and tbh the only one that I've found to be reliable is from Calex but by no means are they cheap. They do fit well and are dimmable (may not apply to all)
If you're prepared to wait, Amazon Warehouse often has these bulbs cheap. Though these LED no-name bulbs don't last as long as you'd expect.
these are not 8.99 they are £4.49 op should update his post
N1Andy22/04/2020 11:00

All the cheap led light bulbs I've bought seem to have the lifespan of a …All the cheap led light bulbs I've bought seem to have the lifespan of a may fly. A total waste of time, and these look suspiciously similar..... Will check my amazon account and see if I've bought them before.They really need to impose some standards on led bulbs.


There are standards but you need to impose them on yourself - stop buying cheap LED. If you buy cheap aa batteries from home bargains that weigh a much as a may fly then they ain't going to last long. Same with anything generally speaking.
Ordered thanks
As others have said - these are going through at £4.49.

Ridiculously cheap!
Not two settings ?
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