Ikea LEDARE LED bulb E27, globe opal white, £2  was £3.50
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Ikea LEDARE LED bulb E27, globe opal white, £2 was £3.50

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Found 7th Sep 2014
The LED light source consumes up to 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer than incandescent bulb
It was £6 then £3.50 & now £2 @ikea store

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Worth taking a look for these in your local asda this week, as they are rotating their stock and reducing most screw led bulbs to £1 ... It's the 4w ones to look out for.

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grooty

Worth taking a look for these in your local asda this week, as they are … Worth taking a look for these in your local asda this week, as they are rotating their stock and reducing most screw led bulbs to £1 ... It's the 4w ones to look out for.

thx

I got this for £6 I guess. These are really good. HOT

How many Watts is this?

PSmith222

How many Watts is this?


Ikea site says 6.3W

The wattage of LED lamps is fairly irrelevant when it comes to the output, the figure you want to keep an eye out for is the lumen output.

As LED technology gets better the wattage goes down but the output goes up so the lamps are more efficient.

niblot1

The wattage of LED lamps is fairly irrelevant when it comes to the … The wattage of LED lamps is fairly irrelevant when it comes to the output, the figure you want to keep an eye out for is the lumen output.As LED technology gets better the wattage goes down but the output goes up so the lamps are more efficient.



Thanks for that info. Do you know then what output equivalent these are to the old style bulbs? I'm sick of yellowish dull energy saving bulbs!

I don't know if they have changed their suppliers but I seem to remember Which slated Ikea led lamps. I don't know how good Ikea are with returns but you are advised to keep your receipt.
On the plus side at least I can't moan at the waste of energy in their lighting department any more. I remember them selling a wall light with a 150w outdoor type halogen tube when we were all being told to move to compact fluorescent lamps.

600 lumen bulb is equivalent to 60w and the 400 lumen bulb to 40w

If you want bright light go for COOL WHITE not standard white or white

I too was sick of dull yellow lights got this..Love the white light
m.ebay.co.uk/itm…449

Now £3.50 - expired (unless I'm missing something).
Would have been hot . . .
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 8th Sep 2014

rasp11

If you want bright light go for COOL WHITE not standard white or white



I generally find that because LED's have no warm up time that cool white (4000k) looks far too clinical for a home environment. I would recommend a 400-450 lumen warm white (3000k) lamp for the home.

sriks

I too was sick of dull yellow lights got this..Love the white light … I too was sick of dull yellow lights got this..Love the white light http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/191119699449



Ooh that's a bit from one extreme to the other! I've used that kind of bulb when painting warhammer and it's very clinical right enough.

if the £3.50 price doesn't put you off, then the £9.00 delivery charge might.
Hopefully in-store they might still be at £2.00, if you have a IKEA local to you. Happy bargain LED light hunting !
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