PHILIPS ES GLS LED LIGHT BULB 806LM 8.5W 6 PACK £8.49 @ Screwfix
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PHILIPS ES GLS LED LIGHT BULB 806LM 8.5W 6 PACK £8.49 @ Screwfix

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Found 12th Feb
LED light bulbs providing a warm white light with a long life time, full instant light and significant energy savings against traditional halogen. Pure and elegant design. Perfect replacement for frosted incandescent bulbs.

  • Warm White
  • Non-Dimmable
  • Wattage: 8.5W / Equivalent Wattage: 60W
  • Up to 15,000 Hours Life
  • 9kWh/1000h Life
  • Energy Rating: A+
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Instant Bright Light
  • Energy Efficient
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Hot. Just a shame they aren't bayonet though
Edited by: "tleecher06" 12th Feb
Hot deal
If only they were dimmable.
tleecher061 h, 15 m ago

Hot. Just a shame they aren't bayonet though


6 pack of 10w bayonet type in Aldi from the 18th for £8.99.
bobziz54 m ago

6 pack of 10w bayonet type in Aldi from the 18th for £8.99.

Philips?
willllllllll2 h, 37 m ago

If only they were dimmable.


I picked up some dimmable own brand (Lap?) from screwfix at the weekend for similar money.
speedemon1 h, 43 m ago

Philips?


Sanan Brand apparently..

Features
Form: Bulb
Base: B22d
Colour temperature: 2700
Luminous flux: 806
Luminous efficacy:80.6
Average lifetime:15.000
Number of switching cycles:100.000
Beam angle: 200
Colour rendering index Ra:> 80
LED technology: SMD
Origin/brand of LED components: SANAN
Amperage: 68mA
Form: Bulb
Base: B22d
Colour temperature: 2700
Luminous flux: 806
Luminous efficacy:80.6
Average lifetime:15.000
Number of switching cycles:100.000
Beam angle: 200
Colour rendering index Ra:> 80
LED technology: SMD
Origin/brand of LED components: SANAN
Amperage: 68mA
If the amount of light suits you (this is around a 60W equivalent), then this is a great price. I paid around £20 18 months ago for a 6 pack of the 11W variant. Now if they were on offer at this price; then I would gladly get some and stock up for a rainy day.
Edited by: "indyjukebox" 12th Feb
The CRI of these is going to be around 80. So light quality will be poor compared to other makes that have as much as 97 CRI. Philips is not a very good make if you're looking for the best quality light. I would avoid Philips bulbs for this reason.
Need brighter green bulbage as 60w isn't going to cut it!
dz110 h, 49 m ago

The CRI of these is going to be around 80. So light quality will be poor …The CRI of these is going to be around 80. So light quality will be poor compared to other makes that have as much as 97 CRI. Philips is not a very good make if you're looking for the best quality light. I would avoid Philips bulbs for this reason.


From my experience the Ra rating is a more accurate indication of light/colour rendering quality than CRI. I've purchased bulbs that claim to be 95%+ CRI but have that depressing dull muted look, including Philips. I use Soraa bulbs as my benchmark though, which I have throughout my house as I suffer from seasonal awareness. (And they help immensely!)
Edited by: "MartH" 13th Feb
tleecher0621 h, 7 m ago

Hot. Just a shame they aren't bayonet though


Buy some ES bayonet converters off flea Bay..

I bought the screw fix bayonet bulbs last week which are mega bright. £8 for 5
willllllllll12th Feb

If only they were dimmable.



But they're not, and they're not £2 for 6 either, so.... there's that.
Jinkz26 m ago

But they're not, and they're not £2 for 6 either, so.... there's that.



You must be bored.
Very well made
No issues at all and they are nice and bright.
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