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If only it was bayonet
BargainVVizzard17/09/2019 22:30

If only it was bayonet


You can buy shoddy chinese adaptors from ebay.

They do work though....
been waiting for this to drop

excellent price for what you get
scotsal17/09/2019 23:04

You can buy shoddy chinese adaptors from ebay.They do work though....


Better yet, pick up a couple of adaptors from IKEA for only £1. LINK
Finally a good price for this, voted hot! Cheap and good adaptors from Ikea, £1 for 2 pieces.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Sep
scotsal17/09/2019 23:04

You can buy shoddy chinese adaptors from ebay.They do work though....


I’m slowly converting all pendants in my home to E27
IMO b22 is dead now
fryitup18/09/2019 00:00

I’m slowly converting all pendants in my home to E27IMO b22 is dead now


I'm not sure, but apart from The UK, possibly Ireland, I do not think any other country, at least in Europe uses B22. So, off course there will be more options and cheaper prices for E27. I'm waiting to see when the basin taps will die too, as everywhere else they use mixer taps, not 2 individual taps.
BargainVVizzard17/09/2019 22:30

If only it was bayonet


Here for £14.99, but TBH it will be cheaper to buy an adaptor.
fryitup18/09/2019 00:00

I’m slowly converting all pendants in my home to E27IMO b22 is dead now


When was it alive...?
Anyone seen any good CE rated E14 to e27 adapter?
fryitup18/09/2019 00:00

I’m slowly converting all pendants in my home to E27IMO b22 is dead now


Yeah, recent bayonet bulb connection I bought was broken. Can see why screw bulbs are much more desirable and less to go wrong on fitting too. Just don't fancy going through the house and replacing the fittings properly so those Ikea adapters may be the way to go
hotfinder18/09/2019 09:51

Yeah, recent bayonet bulb connection I bought was broken. Can see why …Yeah, recent bayonet bulb connection I bought was broken. Can see why screw bulbs are much more desirable and less to go wrong on fitting too. Just don't fancy going through the house and replacing the fittings properly so those Ikea adapters may be the way to go


The adaptors work fine, but they are visible, a bit "ugly", and the extend the bulb down by 3-5cm
fryitup18/09/2019 09:57

The adaptors work fine, but they are visible, a bit "ugly", and the extend …The adaptors work fine, but they are visible, a bit "ugly", and the extend the bulb down by 3-5cm


Yes we have low ceilings and the bulb does hang low . Might just change the whole fitting
What's the difference between this kl50 (filament) and kl110 (apart from this being £4 cheaper)? Is it that the filament may not last as long?
Aesthetics - some prefer filament for vintage look

Other than that they are supposed to be pretty much identical.
same colour temp (warm white 2700k) and same brightness (800lm).
Since the filaments are also LEDs it should last same, too

tp-link.com/uk/…50/
tp-link.com/uk/…10/
Edited by: "fryitup" 18th Sep
scotsal17/09/2019 23:04

You can buy shoddy chinese adaptors from ebay.They do work though....


Yeah but then they make it longer/taller and some times sticks out of small light shades “/
fryitup18/09/2019 10:39

Aesthetics - some prefer filament for vintage lookOther than that they are …Aesthetics - some prefer filament for vintage lookOther than that they are supposed to be pretty much identical.same colour temp (warm white 2700k) and same brightness (800lm).Since the filaments are also LEDs it should last same, toohttps://www.tp-link.com/uk/home-networking/smart-bulb/kl50/#specificationshttps://www.tp-link.com/uk/home-networking/smart-bulb/kl110/#specifications


Ah nice - so what you're essentiually saying is BUY IT!?
sheffield78818/09/2019 00:15

I'm not sure, but apart from The UK, possibly Ireland, I do not think any …I'm not sure, but apart from The UK, possibly Ireland, I do not think any other country, at least in Europe uses B22.



The bayonet light bulb mount is the standard fitting in many former members of the British Empire including the United Kingdom, Australia, India, Ireland, and New Zealand, Hong Kong, as well as parts of the Middle East and Africa


In short though gradually its being phased out although will take a long time as nearly all british homes have a B22 fitting somewhere.
Nailez26/09/2019 13:29

The bayonet light bulb mount is the standard fitting in many former …The bayonet light bulb mount is the standard fitting in many former members of the British Empire including the United Kingdom, Australia, India, Ireland, and New Zealand, Hong Kong, as well as parts of the Middle East and AfricaIn short though gradually its being phased out although will take a long time as nearly all british homes have a B22 fitting somewhere.


You may be right, but I was referring to Europe. The issue is most of the smart bulbs are E-type and people ask why are they not doing B-type. Clearly this is because they want to sell, so more countries have E connection.
They are doing b type, the big brands are more about hitting global market though, wilko even do smart bulbs
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