9W Dimmable LED GLS Bulb, B22 (Bayonet), Warm White £1.74  CPC Farnell (& others in description)
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9W Dimmable LED GLS Bulb, B22 (Bayonet), Warm White £1.74 CPC Farnell (& others in description)

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Found 6th Dec
i've been using these exact bulbs for about a year around the house, not a single problem from any of them, dimmable works with a standard on/off switch too (but obviously won't dim)... i'll be buggered paying £13+ for one non-dimmable Philips bulb (as posted... and gained stupid heat).

E27 (ES, Edison Screw) version here at the same price.

Or the 10w non-dimmable for slightly less @ £1.50 E27 & B22

spend a fiver or more for free delivery.

21 Comments

Handling charge?

AbuG2 m ago

Handling charge?


Buy 3 of them...

Good deal ordered, thank you

"spend a fiver or more for free delivery."


It's actually £6 you need to spend
Edited by: "Shambles" 6th Dec

Thank you!

Looks like a good price.

I'd have given you heat if it wasn't for your continual whining about philips hue bulbs.

How does this one compares to the B&Q deal? Not an expert on LED bulbs, just looking for warm white cheap ones, with decent light (800+ lumens).

Original Poster

it's all good @chrisgw3 completely warranted, i can't help being a cheap-skate... and i do like to get my wooden spoon out once in a while.
i have in fact got some of "those" CFL Hue bulbs, it was on a deal about 2 years ago for about a tenner if i remember for a 3 set with controller, with an extra 2 set i got as a special offer "add-on" purchase, pretty much next to nothing at the time.... i just couldn't get on with them and the habit of "switching" the light off meant the controller was redundant most of the time. (so it all went back in the box)
i can see the appeal, but not for the price's... i guess i'm just old.

all the above are 800+ lumens @jeferamend but the non-dimmable are white (not warm), maybe get the dimmable ones for a nicer colour as you can still use them without a dimmer (i prefer warm too).... details of each bulb are on the links.

Already posted here

For non-dimmable:-
IKEA 90p
Poundstretcher £1.00

In the meantime, can anyone assist in finding me some R80 LED bulbs for use in a kitchen please? (Amazon have 4 for £21.99 here)

Thanks. Good price for dimmable LEDs. For those looking for non dimmables I can recommend the poundland ones. Been using them for a year with no issues.

lozmeister5 h, 30 m ago

Already posted hereFor non-dimmable:-IKEA 90pPoundstretcher £1.00In the …Already posted hereFor non-dimmable:-IKEA 90pPoundstretcher £1.00In the meantime, can anyone assist in finding me some R80 LED bulbs for use in a kitchen please? (Amazon have 4 for £21.99 here)


If you are lucky your local screwfix will have some in stock for £2 something.
Edited by: "thepearce" 6th Dec

Do you need to change dimmer module for a trailing edge one? Without checking mine I think they need a minimum of 40 watts through them

Good deal but I much prefer my hue lights for the following reasons

1) You can program easily to make it look like you are in
2) You can buy sensors to turn on lights when entering (very useful for me, as my light switch for my hall is not right next to the front door)
3) I can talk via amazon echo to turn off all lights/any combination I have set up
4) They are fully dimmable via app or echo
5) Alert me to phone calls via yonomi app

A bit more expensive than this deal but you get what you pay for

keith432 h, 12 m ago

Good deal but I much prefer my hue lights for the following reasons1) You …Good deal but I much prefer my hue lights for the following reasons1) You can program easily to make it look like you are in2) You can buy sensors to turn on lights when entering (very useful for me, as my light switch for my hall is not right next to the front door)3) I can talk via amazon echo to turn off all lights/any combination I have set up4) They are fully dimmable via app or echo5) Alert me to phone calls via yonomi app A bit more expensive than this deal but you get what you pay for


Mate. It's just a regular lightbulb. Do you really think someone's gonna click on a deal for a regular lightbulb, then see your comment and think "yes, I'll buy those fancy app-controlled smart bulbs for 20x the price instead"?

These are just regular LED lightbulbs, and dimmable too (usually a lot more expensive). They're a good deal
Edited by: "HereKittyKitty" 7th Dec

keith438 h, 46 m ago

Good deal but I much prefer my hue lights for the following reasons1) You …Good deal but I much prefer my hue lights for the following reasons1) You can program easily to make it look like you are in2) You can buy sensors to turn on lights when entering (very useful for me, as my light switch for my hall is not right next to the front door)3) I can talk via amazon echo to turn off all lights/any combination I have set up4) They are fully dimmable via app or echo5) Alert me to phone calls via yonomi app A bit more expensive than this deal but you get what you pay for


Or you could do all of that with RF controlled switches (£2.99), these cheap bulbs and a WiFi hub with RF capability (£30). An added bonus is that your lights will still work if someone turns them off at the switch, unlike with hue lights.
Edited by: "fr0d0" 7th Dec

HereKittyKitty7 h, 3 m ago

Mate. It's just a regular lightbulb. Do you really think someone's gonna …Mate. It's just a regular lightbulb. Do you really think someone's gonna click on a deal for a regular lightbulb, then see your comment and think "yes, I'll buy those fancy app-controlled smart bulbs for 20x the price instead"?These are just regular LED lightbulbs, and dimmable too (usually a lot more expensive). They're a good deal



Sorry am I not allowed to post my views - I actually commented its a good deal and you can get them for £6.66, so no actually that expensive. Stand down please comment police.
Edited by: "keith43" 7th Dec

fr0d027 m ago

Or you could do all of that with RF controlled switches (£2.99), these …Or you could do all of that with RF controlled switches (£2.99), these cheap bulbs and a WiFi hub with RF capability (£30). An added bonus is that your lights will still work if someone turns them off at the switch, unlike with hue lights.



I'm sure it is that easy, thats why everyone is doing it and saving money...

fr0d02 h, 7 m ago

Or you could do all of that with RF controlled switches (£2.99), these …Or you could do all of that with RF controlled switches (£2.99), these cheap bulbs and a WiFi hub with RF capability (£30). An added bonus is that your lights will still work if someone turns them off at the switch, unlike with hue lights.


Have you got a link/source/brand name for the £2.99 RF switches? Presume you are talking about wall switches?

Cheers

HereKittyKitty13 h, 34 m ago

Mate. It's just a regular lightbulb. Do you really think someone's gonna …Mate. It's just a regular lightbulb. Do you really think someone's gonna click on a deal for a regular lightbulb, then see your comment and think "yes, I'll buy those fancy app-controlled smart bulbs for 20x the price instead"?These are just regular LED lightbulbs, and dimmable too (usually a lot more expensive). They're a good deal


Some good deals at the moment on hue, think thats hence the comment from @keith43 - hue bulbs at £6.66 this week on vairous HUKD posts, thats less than 4x the price of these not 20x. Appreciate 4x the price is still exactly that but I think they guy is just letting people know that hue is now much more affordable (especially if people's perception is 20x the price). Lets face it both this CPC deal and the hue deal are both good deals hence they both get good votes on this site and there is no harm having both types of bulb in your home

chrisgw39 h, 58 m ago

Have you got a link/source/brand name for the £2.99 RF switches? Presume …Have you got a link/source/brand name for the £2.99 RF switches? Presume you are talking about wall switches? Cheers


Sure

halx.co.uk/hom…tml

Finally price coming down
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