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PRO ELEC  PEL00842  15W LED GLS Bulb, B22, Non-Dimmable, 3000K Warm White - £1.62 delivered @ CPC
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PRO ELEC  PEL00842  15W LED GLS Bulb, B22, Non-Dimmable, 3000K Warm White - £1.62 delivered @ CPC

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Posted 19th Sep

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89quidyoucantgowrong19/09/2019 18:55

apur32, I realise that you're part of the 'expert' programme and all that, …apur32, I realise that you're part of the 'expert' programme and all that, but you need to list the output of LED lamps in Lumens. This one is 1300lm which is about 60% brighter than a standard 60W incandescent lamp, but not quite as bright as a 100W lamp.


To be fair the OP doesn’t need to do that at all, the description is in the title.

Not only that if you click on the link it tells you the equivalent wattage in the description too.

How cool is that
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Finding Dimmable LED lighting has been a massive headache, and then I had to buy all new Dimmer Switches which were expensive :/
apur32, I realise that you're part of the 'expert' programme and all that, but you need to list the output of LED lamps in Lumens. This one is 1300lm which is about 60% brighter than a standard 60W incandescent lamp, but not quite as bright as a 100W lamp.
Thank you 👌
89quidyoucantgowrong19/09/2019 18:55

apur32, I realise that you're part of the 'expert' programme and all that, …apur32, I realise that you're part of the 'expert' programme and all that, but you need to list the output of LED lamps in Lumens. This one is 1300lm which is about 60% brighter than a standard 60W incandescent lamp, but not quite as bright as a 100W lamp.


To be fair the OP doesn’t need to do that at all, the description is in the title.

Not only that if you click on the link it tells you the equivalent wattage in the description too.

How cool is that
Hey nice spot @apur32
I remember paying £15 for a 100W equivalent bulb a few years ago and now you can buy them for a couple of quid!
Perfect the exact socket I needed, just ordered one 😄
PennyTrader19/09/2019 19:40

To be fair the OP doesn’t need to do that at all, the description is in t …To be fair the OP doesn’t need to do that at all, the description is in the title.Not only that if you click on the link it tells you the equivalent wattage in the description too.How cool is that



Do you not understand that the light output is more relevant than the power consumption in watts?
Edited by: "89quidyoucantgowrong" 20th Sep
I've got a few of these at home, very good shade of white light, looks very natural
mine came today, very impressed, nice looking light, just right, and such an improvement over my cfl energy savers, Id say over twice the light output for only 1w extra draw.

Went ahead and ordered a bunch more now for the rest of the house.
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