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LED Party Light Bulb £2.99 therange
LED Party Light Bulb £2.99 therange

LED Party Light Bulb £2.99 therange

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My friend bought this from Range store £2.99 and was saying, same thing (may be the brand is different??) is £10 at ASDA. I have seen it look really nice.. thought someone need to colourful there X'mas.

Features
Bright and fun
Multi coloured
Easy lighting solution for special occasions
(Auto rotate which is not mentioned in the website)

Information
This LED Party Light Bulb is a truly electrifying touch when hosting a party! Its has a unique coloured effect (shooting green, red, and blue light all over your walls) and can be fitted into a ceiling light or in a table lamp - perfect for parties or as a fun addition in a child's bedroom.

Specification

Fitting: Bayonet Cap
Wattage: 1.5W

10 Comments

range best price for this and have bought 3 they been on for 2 weeks now great Christmas lights

get buy one I got 3 from range they great and bright

QD Stores also stock these, £2.99 each or buy two for £5

Is this the same as the JML thing advertised on the for £11/£12 or thereabouts?

mikeandclare

Is this the same as the JML thing advertised on the for £11/£12 or t … Is this the same as the JML thing advertised on the for £11/£12 or thereabouts?



​I have one of these and have seen the JML one advertised. I think they're very similar if not the same.

Great fun, I have one in a table lamp

I had to take mine back - yes, produced colourful lights, but there were no music, food, drink or guests with mine. So, 'party' is overstating it somewhat.

Posted about week ago by dorotka67
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I'm just worried about the " is a truly electrifying touch when hosting a party! " . Should i hand out rubber soled shoes to the guests maybe just in case anyone is mesmerized by the awe of the thing and decides to touch ?.

Rickardo

I had to take mine back - yes, produced colourful lights, but there were … I had to take mine back - yes, produced colourful lights, but there were no music, food, drink or guests with mine. So, 'party' is overstating it somewhat.



​Wonder why that was?
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