Osram 20W LED Appliance Lamp T26 Bulb £1.49 @ Argos
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Osram 20W LED Appliance Lamp T26 Bulb £1.49 @ Argos

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Found 2nd Jan
Usually around £6.

Enjoy instant, cool, white light with the Osram 20W LED Appliance Lamp T26 Bulb. A useful replacement bulb for a whole host of household appliances, it has a 15 year lifespan to save on replacement costs and an efficiency rating of A++ to save on energy bills.

  • Pack of 1.
  • 20 watts.
  • Small Edison screw (ES) fitting.
  • Energy class a++.
  • Energy efficient.
  • 15 yrs bulb life.
  • Colour rendering index 80.
  • Colour temperature 2700K.
  • 220-240 pf.
  • Rated luminous flux 200 lumens.
  • Rated lamp life 15000hrs.
  • Number of switches 100000.
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It's actually cheaper to buy 4 then it works out at £1.12 per bulb 💡

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20W LED? That must be shifting some serious amount of lumens.
Not suitable for ovens, I believe.
2.3w
AndyRoyd14 m ago

20W LED? That must be shifting some serious amount of lumens.


It would melt, I also doubt it would work well in a freezer, a fridge yes.
geriatrix5 m ago

Not suitable for ovens, I believe.

Are they dimmable
Also good for sewing machines I think
Generally confused description: actual 2.3W not 20W; text description states colour temperature 2700k (warm white) yet image of packaging states "cool white".
20 Watt is in reference to normal light output, one of the reviews mentioned used in oven with no problems.
OOS for me.
morrig1 h, 37 m ago

20 Watt is in reference to normal light output, one of the reviews …20 Watt is in reference to normal light output, one of the reviews mentioned used in oven with no problems.


Until the oven is switched on?
20W LED bulb? Is this another Argos specification mistake? It would be like looking in to the Sun.
fishmaster39 m ago

20W LED bulb? Is this another Argos specification mistake? It would be …20W LED bulb? Is this another Argos specification mistake? It would be like looking in to the Sun.


I have a 100 watt LED floodlight, does this mean I'll get vapourised if I stand in front of it?
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 2nd Jan
just tested, it is very cool white (6500k I would say), very misleading. Not sure what the problem is , it makes less light than the one was in there in the fridge(15w), then I tried a normal 3watts led and the same happen, little light. Something to do with the circuit in the fridge I must assume and it does not really accept led very well. Tomorrow I will make some good tests as I got an headhache now
bobo531 h, 36 m ago

just tested, it is very cool white (6500k I would say), very misleading. …just tested, it is very cool white (6500k I would say), very misleading. Not sure what the problem is , it makes less light than the one was in there in the fridge(15w), then I tried a normal 3watts led and the same happen, little light. Something to do with the circuit in the fridge I must assume and it does not really accept led very well. Tomorrow I will make some good tests as I got an headhache now


Take a nurofen they are the best for headaches especially the little red gel tablets!
lol

The 20watt in this is misleading its 20w equivalent so its probably a 2 watt led.
Led bulbs can act very strangely with transformers and appliances - they are usually just for us in the mains lighting 240v.
12V ones are even more pernickity and then you add in dimmable circuitry you are asking for troubles meester!

I would avoid using these in appliances myself and use filament ones unless you want a Grenfell fire event!
How long is your fridge door open anyway its hardly going to save you anything even over 20 years!
Edited by: "omendata" 2nd Jan
"usually about £6 do you shop at harrods. "

good price for high street convenience, but usual eBay price etc.
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MonkeysUncle23 m ago

"usually about £6 do you shop at harrods. "good price for high street …"usually about £6 do you shop at harrods. "good price for high street convenience, but usual eBay price etc.


What? you mean this eBay!

ebay.co.uk/i/1…530
omendata12 h, 48 m ago

Take a nurofen they are the best for headaches especially the little red …Take a nurofen they are the best for headaches especially the little red gel tablets!lolThe 20watt in this is misleading its 20w equivalent so its probably a 2 watt led.Led bulbs can act very strangely with transformers and appliances - they are usually just for us in the mains lighting 240v.12V ones are even more pernickity and then you add in dimmable circuitry you are asking for troubles meester!I would avoid using these in appliances myself and use filament ones unless you want a Grenfell fire event!How long is your fridge door open anyway its hardly going to save you anything even over 20 years!



Thanks for the advice, the red little one made the difference to my brain, anyway there is no misleadings at all, the package correctly does say 6500K (only the side description is misleading) and yes it is an equivalent of 20w or better, tested in a normal bedside table lamp. Definitely must be the transformer of the appliance that is not that compatible with LED, hence the much lower amount of light. Coolwhite does not look that good in the appliance, in a fridge anyway and to my taste of course.
Edited by: "bobo53" 3rd Jan
gazdoubleu2nd Jan

I have a 100 watt LED floodlight, does this mean I'll get vapourised if I …I have a 100 watt LED floodlight, does this mean I'll get vapourised if I stand in front of it?


No but I imagine you have many planets orbiting it.
fishmaster2 h, 46 m ago

No but I imagine you have many planets orbiting it.


Roflmao best comment of 2018 so far Fishmaster you are my hero!
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As for Gaz i suggest you look at this:-

hackaday.com/201…ds/
Over 10 years you will save approximately £1.77 based on the average fridge door being open 3 mins per day every day for 20 years!

lol

Apart from the fact that i recently found out that scientists have proven that LED light use damages the retinas of your eyes so if you change every bulb you have to LED you may well be damaging your eyes - worth thinking about.
Dont say i never bring you edification!
Edited by: "omendata" 3rd Jan
omendata21 h, 0 m ago

Over 10 years you will save approximately £1.77 based on the average …Over 10 years you will save approximately £1.77 based on the average fridge door being open 3 mins per day every day for 20 years!(cheeky) lolApart from the fact that i recently found out that scientists have proven that LED light use damages the retinas of your eyes so if you change every bulb you have to LED you may well be damaging your eyes - worth thinking about.Dont say i never bring you edification!



you right, they can cause damage to the body. Once, I tried a small filament bulb right there it was fine and I loved it, then I tried a LED and that did blow up on impact. What a disappointment
Edited by: "bobo53" 4th Jan
omendata19 h, 11 m ago

Over 10 years you will save approximately £1.77 based on the average …Over 10 years you will save approximately £1.77 based on the average fridge door being open 3 mins per day every day for 20 years!(cheeky) lolApart from the fact that i recently found out that scientists have proven that LED light use damages the retinas of your eyes so if you change every bulb you have to LED you may well be damaging your eyes - worth thinking about.Dont say i never bring you edification!



I am blind it cannot do any damage at all to my retina
Edited by: "neroneuk" 4th Jan
neroneuk4 h, 45 m ago

I am blind it cannot do any damage at all to my retina


How Can you read this then nero lol
You forgot yer smiley dude!

I wouldnt stick filament bulbs up yer arse bobo53 - its called "DOING A BRYCE CURDY"!
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