Dimmable CANDLE LED LIGHT BULB Bayonet and Screw in fitment 470LM 5.9W. 99p @ screwfix free click & collect
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Dimmable CANDLE LED LIGHT BULB Bayonet and Screw in fitment 470LM 5.9W. 99p @ screwfix free click & collect

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Found 15th FebEdited by:"Harley_Mick"
  • £5 in B&Q for exact same bulb
  • Great price for a dimmable led
  • Warm White
  • Dimmable
  • Wattage: 5.9W / Equivalent Wattage: 40W
  • Up to 15,000 Hours Life
  • 6kWh/1000h Life
  • Energy Rating: A+
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Full Instant Light
  • Energy Efficient

£5 in B&Q for exact same bulb

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Excellent deal
Someone came up with a bright idea.
Whats the cri like on these, found cheap LEDs to be quite grey in the past?
Edited by: "SFconvert" 15th Feb
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SFconvert5 m ago

Whats the cri like on these, found cheap LEDs to be quite grey in the past?


Colour rendering index is rarely quoted on cheap bulbs, just lumens, colour temp etc. Will advise tomorrow if packaging gives details.
Excellent deal, thanks.
For the person asking about cri I had few of these last week no additional details on box or bulb above what's shown in earlier pictures in this post- no cri details
can these be used in non-dimmable fittings?
sam197042 m ago

can these be used in non-dimmable fittings?


Yes 100% they can
Wish they did SES fitments, dimmable for 99p.
Ordered thanks
lord_trumpington2 h, 18 m ago

Probably, but non dimable equivalent is …Probably, but non dimable equivalent is 79phttps://www.screwfix.com/p/bc-candle-led-light-bulb-470lm-5-9w/4849p


Not much stock of those type
why is buying lightbulbs so confusing as i need to get some new SES-E14 40W Clear candle (thats what it said on the box of the last ones mum used) ones for mum but i dont have the foggest which one is what now, so any help appricated
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SUPERCOOLWILLOW1 h, 9 m ago

why is buying lightbulbs so confusing as i need to get some new SES-E14 …why is buying lightbulbs so confusing as i need to get some new SES-E14 40W Clear candle (thats what it said on the box of the last ones mum used) ones for mum but i dont have the foggest which one is what now, so any help appricated


The clear part is mostly cosmetic, can you see the bulb when it's fitted. Warm white is like a normal bulbs light, cool white some people find clinical (more like daylight) link should help.

screwfix.com/c/e…dle
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SUPERCOOLWILLOW1 h, 11 m ago

why is buying lightbulbs so confusing as i need to get some new SES-E14 …why is buying lightbulbs so confusing as i need to get some new SES-E14 40W Clear candle (thats what it said on the box of the last ones mum used) ones for mum but i dont have the foggest which one is what now, so any help appricated


screwfix.com/p/s…96k cheapest e14 clear 40W equivalent led.
From 5 £ to 1£ can't believe...
No CRI stated. I wonder why...
Bought a load of these last week for chandelier lights and bed side lamps etc......superb warm light and extremely brighter than any other i have had in the past,more like a 60w bulb than 40w......great buy for a quid and been fitted for a good week with no probs bargain
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dazzler197215 m ago

Bought a load of these last week for chandelier lights and bed side lamps …Bought a load of these last week for chandelier lights and bed side lamps etc......superb warm light and extremely brighter than any other i have had in the past,more like a 60w bulb than 40w......great buy for a quid and been fitted for a good week with no probs bargain


Thanks for feedback, bought some for bedrooms myself.
Shame no SES fittings at this price, hot anyway
Thanks brother got 8
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gadgetcake38 m ago

Shame no SES fittings at this price, hot anyway


Would have been nice, dimmable aren't cheap, Think I got some from Lidl recently, £6 for 4 or so.
Just to be sure BC is same as B22 fitting?
getknk9 m ago

Just to be sure BC is same as B22 fitting?


I’m wondering the same
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getknk16 m ago

Just to be sure BC is same as B22 fitting?



The standard size is B22d-2, often referred to in the context of lighting as simply BC or B22.

lightbulbs-direct.com/fit…ap/

Bayonet Bulbs - B22d-BC

Bayonet Light bulbs are hugely popular and B22d-BC caps are found on most light bulbs in the UK. Bayonet Cap bulbs are installed using a simple push and twist action.
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dazzler197216th Feb

Bought a load of these last week for chandelier lights and bed side lamps …Bought a load of these last week for chandelier lights and bed side lamps etc......superb warm light and extremely brighter than any other i have had in the past,more like a 60w bulb than 40w......great buy for a quid and been fitted for a good week with no probs bargain


I just replaced an incandescent clear 60w with one of these in one of the bedrooms, It's in a frosted glass ceiling fitting and the light seems brighter, if not definitely equal to the bulb it replaced.
Harley_Mick16th Feb

https://www.screwfix.com/p/ses-candle-led-virtual-filament-light-bulb-470lm-4w/1896k cheapest e14 clear 40W equivalent led.



thank you!! so much thats a help shame they are out of stock for delivery as that seems a good price
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