E27 LED bulb, Warm White: 3000K,  Non-Dimmable,  Beam Angle: 220°,  Equivalent Wattage: 70W,  Lumens: 1055lm,  LED Power: 12W,  230V Energy Rating: A+ at CPC for £1.26
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E27 LED bulb, Warm White: 3000K, Non-Dimmable, Beam Angle: 220°, Equivalent Wattage: 70W, Lumens: 1055lm, LED Power: 12W, 230V Energy Rating: A+ at CPC for £1.26

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Edited by:"WizardOfWelshness"Found 28th Nov
Sure you can get Philips on a following post from Amazon, which are not as bright but cost twice as much... CPC also have a dimmable version and available in most fittings and wattage... but grab a few to take advantage of the free delivery ( i don't work for them btw, but i often find them cheapest when searching... don't trust Google Shopping to give you the cheapest option).
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Sorry guys, i was relying on this site to find the picture... and yes there's a handling surcharge unless your order is £5+ after VAT... then it's free delivery.

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I had to click on the link to find out that it was a bulb...!
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I had to click on the link to find out that it was a bulb...!

I knew it was a bulb, fitting (E27) would be helpful in title.

Need to add GLS to the title
Edited by: "zulfib" 28th Nov

Should add Delivery really unless you spend £5 ex vat.

Can't find the dimmable version... Link?

jeffjack30 m ago

Can't find the dimmable version... Link?

4000 k here
£1.74

Have bought loads of LED lights trying to save money but (except Lumilife MR11's and 16's) they've either been a horrible temperature, non-dimmable, flicker or fail within a few months.

Anyone found a worthy replacement for incandescents/halogens?

lozmeister16 h, 7 m ago

4000 k here£1.74


I need an E14 dimmable but can't find for similar price range

How do you get free delivery?

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Roger_Irrelevant19 h, 27 m ago

Have bought loads of LED lights trying to save money but (except Lumilife …Have bought loads of LED lights trying to save money but (except Lumilife MR11's and 16's) they've either been a horrible temperature, non-dimmable, flicker or fail within a few months. Anyone found a worthy replacement for incandescents/halogens?


I tried these a while back, cpc.farnell.com/unb…593 living room light has dual bulb and works well with both bulbs in using the traditional inductance dimmer, not going quite as dim as i'd like though (i've ordered an SCR dimmer)... with only one bulb it will tend to strobe/flicker unless >half brightness.
just had a check, it seems there's not much option for dimmable 12v MR* bulbs unless you pay silly money.
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