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The X-Files LED Flashlight, a Lootcrate exclusive. Only £1 @ Poundland
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The X-Files LED Flashlight, a Lootcrate exclusive. • Water resistant. • Anti-shock Switch • batteries included
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dan_de_la_peche

They had these in the Hayle Home Bargains too, I’ve never bought a loot crate but if this is what’s in them then I made a good decision!

ow1ie

The truth is out there - in poundland XD

thedvdmonster

These are super super bright.

rufnek2kx

78p in Home Bargains.

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Harrow and Wembley

Philips Hue New Outdoor Lighting Range 50% off second item from selected range at Amazon Spain
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Single lamps of this particular brand new outdoor hue model are £65 each at Amazon uk. However, if you purchase 2 or more items from the promotion range at Amazon.es ( I think al… Read more
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bellboys

I think TPVision (,new owners of Philips TV division) should buy out Philips Hue division and stop the rip off pricing (their TV range is now supeb value) (cheeky)

grahambeale

Just a word of warning, I had a hue light in an out door porch for a few months. I think the recent heat killed the bulb. Not sure if these ones they are selling for outdoor use are more tolerant of temperatures?

dimav83

Just got simple Hue ones, they are cheap and really good.

AbandonedTrolley

Thank you for this! :) Think I prefer these square designs too, my other option was getting a clear globe style and some Yeelights in there

dimav83

Look for example for "philips ecomoods e27" on amazon UK.

Philips Hue 2m Lightstrip plus from Amazon Germany £49.72
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Amazon Germany have this at €55.99 just under £50. + £ 3.50 postage. Usual price in UK is £69.99 although screwfix currently have at £62.99. Pay with a zero rate conversion credit … Read more
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aka80

I actually think this is a good deal. Is anyone able to point me in the direction of a cheaper one please?

welshrob101

Ladies hot = this exact item is cheaper than you can currently get elsewhere. Cold = you can get this exact item cheaper elsewhere. Cold does not equal “you can get something that looks a bit like this but isn’t this cheaper”.

omendata

Bought mine for a fiver works locally via wifi not remotely so doesnt need a server and seems to do everything the Phillips can and mine is 5 metres! 50 Sovvs for an led strip and small wireless controller circuit roflmao some people are Brand monkeys!

khirsah

Cheaper alternatives are useless If they do not play well 100% with your existing devices. Even the ones that are discoverable by the hue app, are not compatible with many features within the hue ecosystem and therefore about as much use as a chocolate fireguard to me. Youre talking about backend servers - you realise hue needs these also to route out of home control to your hue hub? You realise Phillips do put r&d into these devices? You can research into the way that colour termperature of LED lights is tracked in a bi-axis curve instead of a flat line, and the challenges that brings. There’s also testing with all the various accessories and infrastructure they’ve release or about to release on a constantly changing roadmap with new products coming out all the time. These are fairly niche products that don’t just create themselves, cost money to design test and build.

Nogi

It may not be cheaper somewhere else, but their are cheaper alternatives. The design and technology involved in building an Echo Dot (one of your examples), along with the software and back end servers running it, and continous updates is a lot different to a simple LED lightstrip. I can appreciate the RND that goes in to a more technical product, or a product that needs further development or management throughout its lifespan. However some products markup prices are not justifiable and do not offer a good deal for the consumer, customers who accept this are part of the problem when it comes to inflated prices on products. We all have our opinions, mine is a load of rubbish according to you, but to me and others, despite this being a lower price than normal, it is not a good deal.

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RYET  LED bulb B22 or E27 400 lumen Globe 90p Ikea
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LocalLocalFound 11th JulFound 11th Jul
RYET LED bulb B22 or E27 400 lumen Globe opal white
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Anishmathew

Don’t think so.

TedStriker72

Can't see from the link, anyone know if these are dimmable?

jsg1163

60W

Nicolas

40?60?90? Traditional watts

Nicolas

What watts is this equivalent to please

Xiaomi Yeelight (New Version) smart LED bulb  - £14.72 @ Joybuy
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Shipping from CNShipping from ChinaFound 26th JunFound 26th Jun
Xiaomi Miija Yeelight. 10w Updated Version! From Joybuy for limited time only.
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wakkaday

I assumed these were dimmable but they aren’t by a switch

Tiernanism

I bought loads from Joy Buy over the last week or two and didn't get any custom's?

mahmouddiaa

Been hit with customs charge of £6 + £8 handling fee

Creatish

could you post a pic of your room in the dark with light, would like to get a comparisment of mine

taffyt

I've got a few of the older version of this. The white is a little underpowered, so quite looking forward to seeing if there's much difference with the new model. The colours are quite a bit dimmer, but I guess that's by the nature of the product, as you're effectively turning off / reducing brightness of the various colours key LEDs to make the none white colours. Still, I always find the colours are suitable for creating a decent level of ambience.

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Reduced tp link smart stuff - TP link Smart Wifi Plug £18 / TP link Smart Wifi LED bulbs £18 instore at Chiswick Sainsburys
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Seen in Chiswick Sainsbury's in the stuff for Father's Day section (which seems a trifle sexist to me). TP link Smart Wifi Plug £18 TP link Smart Wifi LED bulbs £18
d34l3r

TP smart plug was £3 in South Shields Asda . Box is different from the one in the picture

bitcoin5

Fab spot and crazy cheap for both items! (worldcup)

Sengled PULSE Solo @ Screwfix. LED Bulb with Built in 6W JBL Stereo Speaker. Control via Smartphone or Tab£17.99 c&c
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Please note this is not WiFi enabled. Bluetooth only. Product information Lamp socket: screw only LED power: 6 W Luminous flux: 550 lumens Beam angle: 105 degrees Colour temperatu… Read more
mccririck

This review makes sense to me: "In summary - let's wait for version 2 where hopefully the sound quality issues will be addressed and then this device will be welcome in my home."

rudey_98

£20 on Amazon so not a huge saving- not bad reviews but I think the more powerful speaker version is the one to go from (reading the reviews)

cgap

Pick mine up tomorrow hopefully. Will let you know. Not expecting great/loud sound but JBL stuff normally sounds reasonably good.

cgap

I'm hoping this will be a good buy for nursery/baby room. Ability to have dim light for night feeds and play white noise type sounds to help soothe to sleep all without using any plug sockets sold it for me.

mccririck

what's the sound like?

3 Pack E27 LED Bulbs - £1.39 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Bargain price, 3 Pack E27 LED Bulbs - £1.39 @ Screwfix Hasn't been on here for a while so I thought I'd share again.
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Technoman2

Good price but i prefer the Cool White bulbs. These are only equivalent to 40watts so not bright enough for me need at least 800 lumens around 60Watt equivalent. This site gives a comparison on brightness levels. https://www.thelightbulb.co.uk/resources/lumens_watts/

MarcoLoves360

Same here no stock

gabbalot3

Tried all over the place doesn’t seem to be any available anywhere 😞

joshuamfawcett

Try now I re-entered the link and it appears to be working for me.

tek-monkey

Dead link?

Xiaomi Yeelight AC220V RGBW E27 Smart LED Bulb £10.06 Delivered using code (new accounts only - compatible with Alexa) @ Gearbest
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These are always popular when on offer, and thought this was a decent price if you are new to Gearbest! You'll need to setup a new account, and use code ' GBAprNEW025 ' at checkou… Read more
Igiveinx

That sucks. Hope u sort it.

Jonnyblock

None of that has fixed it for me. Gutted. Thanks anyway.

Igiveinx

I open yeelight app Go to devices Click the bulb Top right corner has icon which looks 3 sliders, click that. Then has delete in red right at the bottom. To reconnect after that, i had to turn the bulb on and off at the switch like 3 times quickly. But think app tells u that..... Good luck

Jonnyblock

Thank you, but I don't see how you make it totally forget the bulb?

Igiveinx

I had same issue with one of my bulbs, i made it completely forget it and reconnected it all again and been fine since. Hope same for u. Im no expert but i think the app going into hibernation etc shouldnt effect it, as far as im aware the bulb will remeber the last state its in and only change when the command has been sent to it. It shouldnt require an active connection..??..? Mine dont go off when my phone is off...I belive its either not set its self up properly or the app is corrupt. If above doesnt work id try reinstalling the app... If not try another socket just to be sure but doubt that or it would go off when ur using the app still...Fingers crossed for u.

1500 Lumen led bulb.  4 for £12.80 including p&p @ Maplin
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Quite a bright virtual filament LED bulb, at least the equivalent of a 100W incandescent. I have not seen a BC base lamp of this output, for the price, elsewhere. Buy four for f… Read more
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foresttt

Cant find it in E27 (screw) version. Anyone seen it anywhere??

Neostar

I don't think I've seen a filament bulb putting out 1500 lumens of brightness (skeptical)

Arstar

Shame they don't do cold white/daylight version.

arkleseizure

Thanks jdddd - 1500 lumens... corrected. 15000 hours life (if you believe led bulb lifetime specs).

deleted912245

15,000 lumens thats one bright bright room you will have lol

10% off TP-Link Smart Products (WiFI LED Bulb now £26.99 / HS110 Smart Energy Plug £31.49 / HS100 Smart plug £26.99) with code @ Currys
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Some nice discounts for TP-Link products over at Currys, with 10% off current prices with the below code this weekend only. Had a quick look and these seem to be the cheapest aroun… Read more
deleted116575

Xiaomi Yeelight doesnt require a hub is 600 lumens TP-Link lb110 doesnt require a hub and is 800 Lumens

hethekid

Is this better than the Philips xiaomi wifi bulbs?

Maplin LED GU10 4.7W Bulb (10 Pack) £5.70 @ Maplin (Free Delivery over £10 Or Click & Collect)
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these seemed like a bargain for what your getting • Low wattage LED bulb saves energy • 345 lumen output • GU10 light fitting used in 240V spotlights • Not for use in dimmers • 1… Read more
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crazy_kalz

Thanks op ordered 2 packs.

callumstoddart

I’ve got these and they are very bright have a very wide angle so don’t look like a spotlight, surpassed my expectations

HotUKDealSeeker

This ‘20 pack’ is £11.40

Ozzie

the Wickes 20 packs are still £13 , only c & c though , might help https://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-LED-Light-Bulb---5W-GU10---Pack-of-20/p/142979

SUPERCOOLWILLOW

cant answer fully but it says "Providing a 36-degree beam angle, this bulb will give the same output as a halogen, in a natural, neutral white colour, this bulb is ideal for a more contemporary lighting effect, ideal for bathrooms and kitchens. It provides a clean, modern, slightly more blueish coloured white."

6x Philips LED GU10 spot lights for £12.80 (Prime) £16.79 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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I baught these previously at £13.99 6 months ago and they are still going strong.
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Siddy

Don't you love how a bulb knows it's done 2000 hours like it say on the box and blows, we had 100's at work and most went in order. The kitchen down lighters in our kitchen are r50 ses or old type mini spot lights, only LED's I could get to fit are from Home Bargains. I love taking them back if they've blow within 12 month cover to be swapped. It's an electronic item not a bulb.

blueincubus

Thanks, no failures in 2 years is v impressive I'll give them a look.

zchari5

Phillips are good. LEDs were originally marketed as lasting over a decade but the cheap one's from ebay China seem to only last at most a few months

fatabelly

Two for a quid in Pounland... no brainer really imho ;)

Alfresco

These are 2700 Kelvin, which i find far too yellow for most lighting. Nice colour for reading lamps or anywhere you want a warm light. It does depends what you want but i find 4000-4500k is the best "daylight" colour for general lighting. Anything higher is too blue anything lower is too yellow.

New Hive GU10 bulbs from HiveHome 6 for £99
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Released this week, buy multiples for savings.
Jaspabt1

Not the same bulb. This price is the warm white bulbs only. £99 for the equivalent

jakeblade

6 for £79 on Amazon.

brum07

Amended

cleverguy12

Thanks

cactusbrandy

See my previous post - it's because most homes can't support a smart switch.

MAXTEK audio bluetooth LED bulb and speaker - £2.99 @ Aldi
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MAXTEK audio bluetooth LED bulb and speaker Found at ALDI reduced from £12.99! I noticed this deal today and it's by far the cheapest I have seen one of these bulbs going for. I b… Read more
DanOBrien

Does this necessarily mean it will be this price at my local Aldi?

ZapGod

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Wireless Lighting 10 W E27 Richer Colours LED Light Bulb, Apple HomeKit Enabled, Works with Alexa £34.99 @ Amazon
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Make light do more for you. Philips Hue is your personal wireless lighting system that lets you easily control your light from your device, creating the right ambience for any mome… Read more
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robrn82

Now £42.54

nn196411

On Argos it's 4 bulbs and either a dim switch, motion sensor or dim controller thing for £150 so £10 more than buying of Amazon and getting the additional controls. + Maybe easier for those without prime. Also have the ambiance ones for £100.

nn196411

I took the plunge changed all my lights to hue the other day! I thought they were overpriced and pointless until I tried them out. I absolutely love them and it really helps with settling toddlers at bed time being able to dim all the lights in the home. If you have money to waste they are fab ! Hopefully they last as long as they say !

greatcapp

We have them in our house for a few reasons. When I have the footy on, the lights/lamps/strips turn the entire room green. When we have nature doc's on, we turn them orange. Watching Blue Planet? They go blue/indigo. We have the house set up with the sensors that go with these. When we walk into a room, the lights come on, when we leave a room, they go off. When on holiday, we log in remotely & switch them on/off every now and then, as well as having them set up to do this automatically too. It's dead easy to change the lights colours/brightness using Echo speakers - "Alexa, turn the lounge orange" and every bulb in the room does just that. When we get into bed, "Alexa, it's bed time" - all the lights in the house go off. I almost never use the app on my phone now, as the sensors & Alexa does it all for me. Of course it's a gadget based eco system, but IMO they are great (but obviously, overpriced). At no point though, during my buying process did I think about how much it would impress my wife (or any other ladies, for that matter). If you're happy with white light bulbs @ £1.80 a throw, then that's awesome, perhaps this thread just isn't for you?

PHILIPS GU10 LED LIGHT BULB 255LM 3.5W - £1.49 @ Screwfix
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excellent deal if you prefer a bulb not quite as bright as the 4.6w/50w deal posted on here. these are equiv to 35w so may suit certain applications better. works out cheaper aswel… Read more
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OperateOnMe

Warm White and Non-Dimmable

EunanOKane

Great bulbs, I went from 4x40 watt halogens to 4 of these in a spotlight bar. 160 watts down to 14 watts. Bound to save money on the lecky bill

nibs489

It was very obvious to me what you were referring to, half dozen ordered - thanks for the post (y)

carlospunk

Wow awesome deal for a great make bulb.... Cheers canny 8)

harishgupta

And if you prefer Daylight bulbs, it's £1.49 at Home bargains for 6500k lumens.

Multipack offers on LED Bulbs from £3.19 at led hut
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looking for some new LED's for my kitchen lighting, LED Hut seem to have decent reviews and at a good price, was looking on https://www.myvouchercodes.co.uk/led-hut and found thi… Read more
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tommyjaylee

delivery isn't free - i did make a note on the post to say that delivery is a bit steep at £3+ but this still works out cheaper than owt else i can find

Muyhee

nope. Just added some to basket to find out delivery isn't free...

LesD

Are they free delivery?

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