Ecozone Biobulb, Energy-Saving Daylight Bulb, Bayonet Cap B22, 25W . Ideal for suffers of S.A.D [Energy Class A] £4.99 4 for the price of 3 at Amazon
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Ecozone Biobulb, Energy-Saving Daylight Bulb, Bayonet Cap B22, 25W . Ideal for suffers of S.A.D [Energy Class A] £4.99 4 for the price of 3 at Amazon

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Found 20th Oct 2015
Ecozone Biobulb, Energy-Saving Daylight Bulb, Bayonet Cap B22, 25W Equivalent to 100w, 1750 Lumens, Full Spectrum, Daylight White 6500k, Uses 75% Less Energy. Ideal for suffers of S.A.D [Energy Class A]
£4.99 or 4 for the price of 3 amazon deal.Was £9.99
Deal: 4 Items for the Price of 3, in amazon Lighting Offer with voucher code “LIGHT4FOR3"

Ecozone Daylight Biobulb 100W Bayonet Cap
By using 75% less energy than a conventional bulb, you'll be saving electricity and money, not to mention improving your carbon footprint
Not only does the Biobulb produce light of exceptional clarity, it is also a Compact Fluorescent Energy Saving bulb
The Biobulb has been tested to produce around 6400K, more than twice the average output of standard Energy Saving Bulbs
Using only 25W of electricity, the Biobulb produces a bright light equivalent to that of a 100W incandescent bulb.

Brand Ecozone
Item Weight 118 g
Product Dimensions 6.5 x 6.5 x 16.5 cm
Item model number BB15
Part Number BB15
Weight 120 Grams
Number of Items 1
Shape Spiral
Voltage 240 volts
Specific Uses Indoor use
Batteries Included? No
Type of Bulb Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL)
Cap Type B22d
EU Energy Efficiency Label A
Luminous Intensity 1
Luminous Flux 1600 lumen
Wattage 25 watts
Wattage 25 watts
Incandescent Equivalent 100 watts
Bulb Features daylight
Colour Temperature 6500 Kelvin
Colour Rendering Index (CRI) 85
Average Life 10000 hours
Bulb Length 130 millimetres
Start Up Time 1 second
Warm Up Time less than 60 seconds
Lumen Maintenance Factor at the End of Life 20

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Original Poster

Just a note on lighting:(turn electric off)Its a good idea to check all your light fixings are not loose and you dont fit your bulbs at an angle.Also look out for stretched wires on light fixings.That way your bulbs will last alot longer this winter.There are a few reasons bulbs can blow, the major one being cheaper bulbs. The elements in cheap bulbs are much thinner and any surge of power, however slight, simply breaks them. Always go for more expensive, better quality light bulbs, its cheaper in the long run.

A loose connection in the lamp holder can also cause bulbs to blow. This is because the circuit is not completed as tightly as it could be and the electricity may have cause to "arc" or jump across the contact, rather than simply flowing through it. When this happens it produces more heat in the fitting than is expected or catered for by the bulb, and the bulb can blow.

The same can happen if the spring loaded connection in the bulb holder is slightly loose. This will cause electricity to arc across the contact, cause too much heat and blow the bulb. This can very often be diagnosed by looking at the contact on the bottom of the bulb to see if it is pitted.

Arcing electricity effectively melts the metal it is arcing onto ( This is how arc welding works) so if the bulb contact is being subjected to arcing, tiny little indentations occur, called pitting.

It is sometimes possible, if the live connection in your light switch is a little loose, for this to happen here also. Heat will be generated and it is possible, though very very remote, for the bulb to blow as a result of this.

cheesybeanzz74

Just a note on lighting:(turn electric off)Its a good idea to check all … Just a note on lighting:(turn electric off)Its a good idea to check all your light fixings are not loose and you dont fit your bulbs at an angle.Also look out for stretched wires on light fixings.That way your bulbs will last alot longer this winter.There are a few reasons bulbs can blow, the major one being cheaper bulbs. The elements in cheap bulbs are much thinner and any surge of power, however slight, simply breaks them. Always go for more expensive, better quality light bulbs, its cheaper in the long run.A loose connection in the lamp holder can also cause bulbs to blow. This is because the circuit is not completed as tightly as it could be and the electricity may have cause to "arc" or jump across the contact, rather than simply flowing through it. When this happens it produces more heat in the fitting than is expected or catered for by the bulb, and the bulb can blow.The same can happen if the spring loaded connection in the bulb holder is slightly loose. This will cause electricity to arc across the contact, cause too much heat and blow the bulb. This can very often be diagnosed by looking at the contact on the bottom of the bulb to see if it is pitted.Arcing electricity effectively melts the metal it is arcing onto ( This is how arc welding works) so if the bulb contact is being subjected to arcing, tiny little indentations occur, called pitting.It is sometimes possible, if the live connection in your light switch is a little loose, for this to happen here also. Heat will be generated and it is possible, though very very remote, for the bulb to blow as a result of this.



​Useful stuff, thank you!

Just bagged some. Thanks.

thanks been after these for a while. Find the daylight bulbs too expensive. and they don't last as long as they used to when they first came out.

bloody planned obsolescence.

Down to £4.99 now. Ordered 4. Thanks
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