Osram T26 1.6 watt SES LED lamp @ Tesco £4 collected only
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Osram T26 1.6 watt SES LED lamp @ Tesco £4 collected only

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Found 9th Feb 2016
Fridge lamp, (ses) or E14 now branded Osram and 1.6 watts. Many other uses. Eg Tiffany lamps, glass swans, small table lights (140 lumens) A nice warm diffuse light. Cool running. A ridiculous price elsewhere. Available instore only
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    Why cold do poundland stock osram? No poundland near me.
    Original Poster
    this is the 1.4 watt model (tesco branded)
    Ps it is simple to get SES to SBC, or SES to BC adapters for under a pound plus Vat on Ebay

    tesco.com/dir…prd
    Edited by: "jasee" 9th Feb 2016
    I think my local council have started installing these in the street lights
    jasee

    A nice warm diffuse light. Cool running. A ridiculous price elsewhere. … A nice warm diffuse light. Cool running. A ridiculous price elsewhere. Available instore only



    how much are Tesco bulbs elsewhere?
    Original Poster
    quidstretchy

    how much are Tesco bulbs elsewhere?


    These are now Osram branded, have a look, maybe twice this incl postage etc
    Edited by: "jasee" 9th Feb 2016
    Eastpower E14 80lm 7w led £1.39 inc p&p seems better value or you can find similar on ebay for about £2.60 with UK delivery.
    Original Poster
    lightrider

    Eastpower E14 80lm 7w led £1.39 inc p&p seems better value or you can … Eastpower E14 80lm 7w led £1.39 inc p&p seems better value or you can find similar on ebay for about £2.60 with UK delivery.



    Too powerful! You miss the point. A seven watt LED consumes over 4 times as much and who wants 801 lumens! And it's an array and probably gives an awful glaring light! If there is exactly the same on Ebay for £2.60, please show me where, I looked a lot!

    Edited by: "jasee" 9th Feb 2016
    jasee

    Too powerful! You miss the point. A seven watt LED consumes over 4 times … Too powerful! You miss the point. A seven watt LED consumes over 4 times as much and who wants 801 lumens! And it's an array and probably gives an awful glaring light! If there is exactly the same on Ebay for £2.60, please show me where


    Don't think its going to be any different to the Osram in my fridge as the bulb is enclosed,its only 80 lumens so ideal
    for a fridge, a 7w bulb is very economical and will cost only a few pence more to run than the Osram.
    Original Poster
    lightrider

    Don't think its going to be any different to the Osram in my fridge as … Don't think its going to be any different to the Osram in my fridge as the bulb is enclosed,its only 80 lumens so idealfor a fridge, a 7w bulb is very economical and will cost only a few pence more to run than the Osram.



    Sorry no, it will cost about four and a half times as much as the Osram if it is 7 watts
    which probably equates to a few pence over the year. unless you're the fridgegazing kind..
    Original Poster
    UZOR

    which probably equates to a few pence over the year. unless you're the … which probably equates to a few pence over the year. unless you're the fridgegazing kind..



    More than a few pence, but who uses these in fridges? Not me

    For other uses 15,000 hours life = 30 kilowatts (maybe £6?) as opposed to £27 for the 7watt. LED, and more like 15watt Tungsten (less light more heat and more fragile) £59!
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