Philips LED GU10 (2w = 20w equivilant) £1.25 reduced from £5 instore @ Tesco
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Philips LED GU10 (2w = 20w equivilant) £1.25 reduced from £5 instore @ Tesco

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Found 24th Aug 2014
Found these reduced from £5 in halifax store & All other LED bulbs reduced as well but these seemed best value

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Why is this cold?

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How you were not lazy to take picture to demonstrate

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mwalke36

Why is this cold?


Because Halifax is too far

Do Halifax not give you Xtra ?

Phillips bulbs also on clearance at Sainsburys. All seem to be 49p, though didn't notice any led ones out.

I can confirm that High Wycombe is still in the dark.

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deanwall

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-led-bulbs-75-off-2-50-store-tesco-1982289



This is 20w

If you upset spam it champ

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luxmarket

How you were not lazy to take picture to demonstrate



Maybe my English isn't what it should be but can't understand what you is on about

I can confirm these were 49p in sainsburys flint

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steve543

Maybe my English isn't what it should be but can't understand what you is … Maybe my English isn't what it should be but can't understand what you is on about


Where are you from?
I am from Russia

2w is OK for a Christmas tree light ... As long as you have a dozen or so

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luxmarket

Where are you from?I am from Russia


Poland

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Nuff Said

2w is OK for a Christmas tree light ... As long as you have a dozen or so


2w energy usage
Go figure

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steve543

Poland


Nice to meet you

South Shields store also has these in, just put three in a bedroom light fitting - down from 105w to 6w with the same light output.

Ikea lamps have issues with these for some reason.

Nuff Said

2w is OK for a Christmas tree light ... As long as you have a dozen or so



Facepalm

it's ok ..I am using 2w led lights ..no one can see me

http://www.ledlightingsupplier.co.uk/images/power_diagram.gif

steve543

Bank holiday and internet don't mix which is obvious with some of replies … Bank holiday and internet don't mix which is obvious with some of replies comments tonightI'm lost I need to find the light at the end of tunnel


OK in simple English

I know that 2w is the power usage ..I also know it is not the output in light equivalence ..I am sure phillips might like to think it is 20W ..which is still terrible for a light ..The truth is worse ,it is more like 10W.
So this is not a useful purchase it will be taken out and thrown away after one days use as it is not bright enough ..Hence it's cheap price ..No one wants a no light .even a cheap no light is still a no light .

I bought six today. I was afraid that they will be not to bright but I couldn't be more wrong. I put four in my kitchen and they are very bright.
Quite happy:) Thanks OP (Dzieki)

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maverik

I bought six today. I was afraid that they will be not to bright but I … I bought six today. I was afraid that they will be not to bright but I couldn't be more wrong. I put four in my kitchen and they are very bright.Quite happy:) Thanks OP (Dzieki)




Nuff Said

it's ok ..I am using 2w led lights ..no one can see me [quote=Nuff … it's ok ..I am using 2w led lights ..no one can see me [quote=Nuff Said]it's ok ..I am using 2w led lights ..no one can see me [/quote[quote=Nuff Said]it's ok ..I am using 2w led lights ..no one can see me



this comparison chart is completely wrong. I have 4.5w megaman lamps in my kitchen, and they are as good as the 50w halogens I replaced. and theyve been in well over a year now.

I got 20 of these the other day, I also bought the Philips dimmable 4.2 watt ones but changed them for these 2w ones as they are much brighter.
There are 4 bright LED's in the 2w ones which is ample. Got these in every room downstairs now.

I don't know how anyone can moan about these bulbs not being bright enough.

I've noticed they're fractionally dimmer than the 35w halogens they replaced but there's not a lot in it and I think they're excellent considering how much less energy they use and the price paid for them.

At least these wont blow or trip your lighting circuit when they blow, when the cheaper non-fused halogens blow its always exciting lol.

Got two screw fitting candle bulbs for £3 odd each and two screw fitting normal bulbs for £3 odd each. Thank you. Normally £13.

got these in my kitchen the 4w are better but zoo cheap for LED HOT

Anyone have a barcode for threes as we don't have the hand scanners at our local yet.
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