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Glass flush ceiling light £3.75 @ Asda
Glass flush ceiling light £3.75 @ Asda

Glass flush ceiling light £3.75 @ Asda

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As title, but this is suitable for zone 2 in bathrooms, so this is a steal at under four quid!! £10 on the box but shelf label states £3.75. Equivalent @ screwfix is just under £15. Haven't a clue how to upload a piccy, any hints?

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right click and click on save target location (on vista ) then paste into image link
or on XP right click picture then go to properties at bottom and copy all web address , then again paste into image link

If you have a pic upload it to [url]www.tinypic.com[/url] then paste the code(IMG Code for Forums & Message Boards) into your next message.

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http://i39.tinypic.com/scf80w.jpg

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Am i being thick or just plain dumb? Is there a time limit for the image to be moderated or something? I pasted the code into a reply but it doesn't show... never mind, i'm sure i'll get the hang of this interweb one day...

Ah, it appeared!

Does it say what sort of bulbs it accepts (SE, SES, BC, SBC, g9, G10, etc)? I'm sick of G9's exploding and of any other fitting that won't take energy efficient light bulbs.

Picked one up today

Will go nicely on the landing - bargain :thumbsup:

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NormanCod - it comes with a 40w G9

Looking at evereadylightbulbs.co.uk/

It says:

"This month we are highlighting the energy efficient G9 halogen lamps (G9 25W & G9 40W).

The G9 Halogen Capsules are also on offer - Buy 1 get 1 FREE
"

So, looks like u can get energy efficient G9s - HTH

AMAZON PRICES (chespest I could find)

Philips Halogen Lightbulb 25w G9 Capsule 240v CL [COLOR="Red"]1 Pack[/COLOR] = £2.99

Philips Halogen Lightbulb 40w G9 Mains Voltage [COLOR="Red"]2 Pack[/COLOR] [COLOR="Red"]Frosted [/COLOR]= £3.99

any idea of size

I got this from B&Q for £6.00 and it take ES spiral energy saving bulb and throws out tons of light

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40W G9 isnt exactly energy efficient but its better than 100W we used to use

how much light off a 40W G9

Might get another for the kitchen as that light is no quite a lot and its got 4 50W GU10's in it arrrrrggggggghhhhhhhhhhh - think of the poor trees

brightsky;4455879

any idea of size



Its approx 23 x 23 cms / depth 4 or 5 cms

HTH
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