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LAP GLS LED Lamp Clear BC 4W was £6.99 now £1.99 @ Screwfix free C&C
LAP GLS LED Lamp Clear BC 4W was £6.99 now £1.99 @ Screwfix free C&C

LAP GLS LED Lamp Clear BC 4W was £6.99 now £1.99 @ Screwfix free C&C

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4kWh/1000h. A++ rated. 20,000 hours average rated life. Energy saving LED lamp with the effect of a traditional incandescent.

Warm White
Wattage: 4W
Equivalent Wattage: 38W
3 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Energy Efficient
Full Instant Light
Non-Dimmable
Virtual Filament

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Nice find op

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Their 7W (60W equivalent) £2.99 will probably be more useful for most applications:

screwfix.com/p/l…05h

Or if you don't need decorative ones, their 5pack of 9W are hard to beat:

hotukdeals.com/dea…628

Thanks , son wanted 1 ages ago , glad we forgot

not the greatest bulb prone to flash on and off for no reason, I think I'll stick to normal bulbs from now on.

Hammer2006

not the greatest bulb prone to flash on and off for no reason, I think … not the greatest bulb prone to flash on and off for no reason, I think I'll stick to normal bulbs from now on.



I've got many of these without a single issue - sounds like you may have it on a dimmer or touch lamp? This bulb won't work in that set-up.

RufusA

Their 7W (60W equivalent) £2.99 will probably be more useful for most … Their 7W (60W equivalent) £2.99 will probably be more useful for most applications:http://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-gls-virtual-filament-led-lamp-clear-bc-7w/4805hOr if you don't need decorative ones, their 5pack of 9W are hard to beat:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/9w-led-bulbs-60w-equiv-5-pack-now-7-99-screwfix-2522628


Can't go wrong with 5 for £7.99!!

4w is a little on the low side for most applications

Hammer2006

not the greatest bulb prone to flash on and off for no reason, I think … not the greatest bulb prone to flash on and off for no reason, I think I'll stick to normal bulbs from now on.



​You have some residual current leakage in your wiring then, and it's not an issue with the bulb .... although all LED bulbs are prone to this.

How warm are these? I have some "warm white" GU10s from LAP / Screwfix and the colour is horrible - truly horrible, The whole family looks jaundiced in the bathroom where these have been fitted. Wish I hadn't bought them.

Thanks for adding some light to the less expensive bulb market.

LED bulbs require less power I believe. This 4w LED bulb is the equivalent to 38w of a traditional one i think.

A daft question, are these 240 volts?

Steve1205

A daft question, are these 240 volts?



​ Yes
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