Osram LED Superstar Classic A 60 Advanced bulbs 10w (60 watt equiv) B22d/E27 Bayonet/screw bulb (Dimmable) BOGOF for £10.00 @ Tesco
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Osram LED Superstar Classic A 60 Advanced bulbs 10w (60 watt equiv) B22d/E27 Bayonet/screw bulb (Dimmable) BOGOF for £10.00 @ Tesco

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Found 3rd Oct 2014
Osram LED Superstar Classic A 60 Advanced bulbs 10w (60 watt equiv) for £10 then buy one get one free found at Tesco Great Horton Bradford. Unbeatable for branded LED bulbs.

I'm assuming it's national. It is bogof online.

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Good price but you will never get your money back. Buy low energy until Led get significantly cheaper.

Do they list how many lumens these are? £5 for a bulb that uses 10W and is similar to a standard 60W bulb doesn't sound much more efficient than a standard energy saving bulb?

..although if you have to go out and buy new (because you don't have a stash of 1p Tesco standard energy saving bulbs) then paying the extra vs what a standard energy saving bulb costs these days probably doesn't work out all that bad.
Edited by: "androo" 3rd Oct 2014

Cracking deal OP.

OFFTOPIC
IF folk can deal with the "industrial" design aspect of LED floods (the aluminium chassis ones) & check the wiring, cable etc then the 10W earthed units work out very cheaply.

If you want to get your kid the same sort of thing but remote control multi colour static, strobe, fade, nightlight effects etc then they work out really cheap (BUT the 10W units will not fit a choc-block in the chassis / body because of all the additional gubbins required by the chip set. (I learnt the hard way).

Cos the colourchanging bulbs are around £15-25 if you go to the likes of b&Q / john lewis etc, so a nice wallwasher present for a nipper at a realistic price.

Any info as to lumens & bin led used for the osram please?

I bought a couple of (similar spec) Philips led bulbs in Wilko a couple of days ago for £4.80 each - they were £6 each, but with 20% off at the till. Not sure whether Osram or Philips are the better make though, and I suspect they probably all use the same Cree or Bridgelux high output leds.

I went to get a low energy bulb from Tesco last night, as found myself out of spares - £4.50! Madness. I just nicked one from elsewhere for the hallway and will pick up a 10pk from costco for just over a pound a bulb.

I think LEDs (good quality ones) - are worth it over CFL: "instant on", better light quality (CRI index), longer life, less light variation over lifetime and even safety - if you have kids they're quite capable to break one.

Good quality CFL bulbs that emit decent light are not cheap other these days - in the past when Gov was subsidising them.

Saw these yesterday but they were buy one get one half price not bogof. Think they were 800 lumen if I recall correctly.

monitor1

Good price but you will never get your money back. Buy low energy until … Good price but you will never get your money back. Buy low energy until Led get significantly cheaper.



Depends on the use you put your lamps to, I've got all my main lights switched automatically as you move from room to room, CFLs are terrible in this circumstance as they have a finite number of on/off cycles, and the cheap ones (Ikea notable) fail very quickly. Whereas LED have no such lifetime issues, I've got one set in my kitchen that are switched and have been for 5+ years and still going strong.

I think the problem when comparing is the **** the manufacturers give us over life, Tungsten = 1000 hours, CFL = 8000 hours and LED = 50000, I can't believe any tungsten or CFL have managed that lifespan, and LEDs would probably have to be inherited by my sons to achieve 50000. But if you were to do the maths, LEDs become free relative to CFL lamps after you replace the CFL twice.

mike

Don't hold me to it (ie this is a bloke you don't know spouting off on the internet) ..as I recall the heat up / start up cycle for bulbs is 3 times switching per hour) ..whatever it is you should try to keep it to a minimum for halogen & CFL.

Not so problematic for LED (again)

I get so bl00dy annoyed with the typical "lifespan" quoted for this sort of thing, so many pieces of kit go to make the whole thing work day in day out filament, cfl, led, ..the whole thing has to be manufactured to a high degree not just a statement of one component. ((Grrrr ,...so misleading))

otherwise it is akin to making a cake with sour cream, rancid butter, salt not sugar etc ....a complete cluster*****

Therefore DO invest in good quality components from well known brands & pin them down if you have premature failure, (this is what we do with philips lighting, box of bulbs, install date on box, flattened & kept in the bulb box, if they fail too quickly we ring philips, give them the barcode, date of install, circumstances & deemed use, ..they send replacements out.

(obviously i'm referring to the bulbs / lighting that is not LED, but is low energy compared to what went before, till I get round to updating the fittings to newer floodlighting for example in the conservatory.

2 for £15 in my Extra store

Not on offer in Watford extra store

Not in Whitstable or Faversham stores.

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N1Andy

Not in Whitstable or Faversham stores.



It's showing up online now u can get it there

These are 810 lumens. 4 year guarantee, expected life of 20 years. I bought the warm white from Glossop Tesco yesterday. They are really good, I love the instant on v the 90 seconds to get up to brightness of normal energy savers. As Led seems brighter than the lumens for normal bulbs/old style energy savers, I would say they are roughly equivalent to the 75W bulbs. They certainly seem brighter than the 60W bulbs they replaced.

androo

Do they list how many lumens these are? £5 for a bulb that uses 10W and … Do they list how many lumens these are? £5 for a bulb that uses 10W and is similar to a standard 60W bulb doesn't sound much more efficient than a standard energy saving bulb?..although if you have to go out and buy new (because you don't have a stash of 1p Tesco standard energy saving bulbs) then paying the extra vs what a standard energy saving bulb costs these days probably doesn't work out all that bad.

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