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Wilko GU10 3w LED light bulbs ONLY 25p each
Wilko GU10 3w LED light bulbs ONLY 25p each

Wilko GU10 3w LED light bulbs ONLY 25p each

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clearance LED bulbs only 25p each. bought 8 for just £2! great price. other bulbs reduced too!

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take it you mean in store, if so which?

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riccom

take it you mean in store, if so which?



​Coalville. but I often find if reduced in one
Wilkos often reduced in other Wilkos

great price but 3w will only give the same amount of light as a couple of candle

10p in Stafford! Had loads from 3w to 5.5w, no idea if they're still there as it was early this week.

peaceoff

great price but 3w will only give the same amount of light as a couple of … great price but 3w will only give the same amount of light as a couple of candle



3W LEDs are nearly equivalent to 35W halogen bulbs, so significantly more than a couple of candles.

none of this stuff in Harrow - checked the other day when the 10p ones were posted, so don't waste your time!

LED to incandescent comparisons are so hard to do and vary massively between brands. I've put 40w equivalent Philips LED bulbs in after trying 60w that were blinding me! I'd say the 40w LED is much closer to the light output of a 100w incandescent. While the Osram 50w equivalent GU10 bulbs in my kitchen don't seem anywhere near as bright as a 50w Halogen and have a light output similar to some 25w equivalent Philips LEDS in some of my lamps.

peaceoff

great price but 3w will only give the same amount of light as a couple of … great price but 3w will only give the same amount of light as a couple of candle



​Utter nonsense

I have 3.5w LEDs in my lights at home.and it's difficult to tell the difference between them and 50w halogen

Full price in walsall

All discounted bulbs in Kilmarnock store are £1.

June50

All discounted bulbs in Kilmarnock store are £1.


them to till, they are £0.01 !!
// edit: unless they have barcodes covered or crossed - then any price, as you said £1 possibly, but on original barcode, 100% £0.01 at till
don't take too many and mix with some other stuff otherwise the staff will notice and refuse to sell... happened to me today...
Edited by: "missmisiowa" 22nd Jan

someone listed then on bay :-)
ebay.co.uk/itm…433

Edited by: "missmisiowa" 22nd Jan

keke888

Full price in walsall


new packaging £6, £4, old packaging £0.01, £0.10, £0.25 - same bulbs but different barcode

Very good price. Gu10 can plug and play which is great. No need for a transformer. Can't suggest enough if you have spotlights to replace them with led bulbs. Even if you rent. They last much longer and use much less energy saving you money on your electricity bill. Look to get warm white bulbs if you like that slight yellow tinge that standard bulbs give off.

missmisiowa

them to till, they are £0.01 !!// edit: unless they have barcodes covered … them to till, they are £0.01 !!// edit: unless they have barcodes covered or crossed - then any price, as you said £1 possibly, but on original barcode, 100% £0.01 at tilldon't take too many and mix with some other stuff otherwise the staff will notice and refuse to sell... happened to me today...


Bought 2 packs today and they went through till at £1. Still a good price for me. Have bought stuff previously which has gone through at 1p but depends on who serves you whether they let it go or not.

cold not dimmable

mattclarkie

LED to incandescent comparisons are so hard to do and vary massively … LED to incandescent comparisons are so hard to do and vary massively between brands. I've put 40w equivalent Philips LED bulbs in after trying 60w that were blinding me! I'd say the 40w LED is much closer to the light output of a 100w incandescent. While the Osram 50w equivalent GU10 bulbs in my kitchen don't seem anywhere near as bright as a 50w Halogen and have a light output similar to some 25w equivalent Philips LEDS in some of my lamps.


Which Philips GU10s did you go for? I'm after some at present!

mattclarkie

LED to incandescent comparisons are so hard to do and vary massively … LED to incandescent comparisons are so hard to do and vary massively between brands. I've put 40w equivalent Philips LED bulbs in after trying 60w that were blinding me! I'd say the 40w LED is much closer to the light output of a 100w incandescent. While the Osram 50w equivalent GU10 bulbs in my kitchen don't seem anywhere near as bright as a 50w Halogen and have a light output similar to some 25w equivalent Philips LEDS in some of my lamps.



You need to also compare the lumens
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