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Duracell Led candle bulbs 3 pack reduced to £3 @ B&M
Duracell Led candle bulbs 3 pack reduced to £3 @ B&M

Duracell Led candle bulbs 3 pack reduced to £3 @ B&M

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Duracell Led Bulbs 3 pack reduced to £3 @ B&M
Don't know is it national or not, but all gone in Norwich store.

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hot if u can find it

With all bulbs the wattage is so important.

gleechy

With all bulbs the wattage is so important.



Lumens?

Having a look tomoz hot hot hot

Are these bright enough to replace normal energy saving ones?

Energy saving bulbs are.. Dangerous, Useless, Poisonous, Expensive, Ugly... LED Bulbs however.. Love them, They truly are the way forward. Good deal this also will look out for them

bulbs go in the ground. They are LED Lamps

The correct term in English is light bulb or light globe if your American or Australian. Ask any shop for a lamp and you'll be shown a bed side or table one.


shaneoleeds

The correct term in English is light bulb or light globe if your American … The correct term in English is light bulb or light globe if your American or Australian. Ask any shop for a lamp and you'll be shown a bed side or table one.


LIGHTEN UP !!!!

SkipjackUK

bulbs go in the ground. They are LED Lamps



Are you a Sparky? It's years since I've heard that one from our Electrical foreman brings back happy memories

shaneoleeds

The correct term in English is light bulb or light globe if your American … The correct term in English is light bulb or light globe if your American or Australian. Ask any shop for a lamp and you'll be shown a bed side or table one.



Jeez. I though I was not right in the head.

SkipjackUK

bulbs go in the ground. They are LED Lamps



correct

Who cares

Are these dimmable??

None in Watford

shaneoleeds

The correct term in English is light bulb or light globe if your American … The correct term in English is light bulb or light globe if your American or Australian. Ask any shop for a lamp and you'll be shown a bed side or table one.



Bulbs are for growing, lamps are for glowing.

Not in our branch, another wasted trip unfortunately.

I might stick to online only deals and not bother visiting stores in future ! Seem to be a lot of bulb threads that are opportunist and maybe specific branches only

They did have some Halogen in, 4 for £3 but not worth it as they aren't saving enough energy. I think it was something like 28W instead of 40W
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