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OSRAM LED Bulb / Socket B22, 9.5 W set of 3 - £4.24 prime / £8.73 non prime @ amazon (extra 5% off with subscribe £4.03)
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OSRAM LED Bulb / Socket B22, 9.5 W Equivalent 60 W / classic shape / Frosted Warm White - 806lm 2700K set of 3 [Energy rating A +] [Energy Class A+]
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Riyaal

Yes, these will be fine as you're main light but at 9.5w (60w equivalent) you might find them a little dim for certain areas.

supergirl2

Are these bulbs just for lamps wall lamps etc or can I use these bulbs as main light fittings

RedTurkey

Good price, heat added. Note that these are not dimmable,

tsimehC

Great price, paid £6.66 on the last promo.

ringley49_road

HAha XD

10 metre 100 LED USB powered light strip 78p delivered with code @ Gear Best
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Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
I have previously posted this at £1.57 delivered now 78p delivered - don't ask me how! Pretty nice idea for decorating around your tv or pc for Christmas or just a bit of subtle mo… Read more
Suin

Blooming USB (annoyed) ;( arrived today, how can I use these at my daughters wedding?

VDisillusioned

It must have a coating because otherwise it would short out and not work. The ones I have have a clear thin coating.

Goal

The clear plastic wiring is covering only around 2feet of the wire ..then it's uncovered copper wire

VDisillusioned

If they are anything like the similar ones I have bought in the past then the wires will be coated in a clear plastic covering.

MajesticUnicorn

Got it before it expired, thats OP!

Osram Smart+ GU10, Multi-Colour 6 W - £19.79 prime / £24.28 non prime @ Amazon UK
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Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Seems like a good deal, works similarly to Phillips Hue but at a much cheaper price.
KatherineCrouch

Hi - re the camera.....do you know how many Xiaomi products you can connect ? I guess it acts like a gateway, rather than having a separate gateway included?

Alvie

Yes, anything ZigBee should work

rbramhill1

I didnt find them as bright as just the standard white osram smart bulbs but the colour option is good

b1g1an

Gone up a little bit since I got mine... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/292534717165?ul_noapp=true If you haven't got one or access to one for a whole five minutes, you will need one of these to flash it too which would bring the total up to £16... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142243984141?ul_noapp=true Alternatively you can flash it with an Arduino but for the sake of a few quid it's a lot of messing about.

Egoman

Where did you get your usb sniffer for zigbee from for £6 please?

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4 x Osram B22 (bayonet) 9W LED Bulbs - 60w equivalent - £5.14 Prime / £9.63 non-Prime @ Amazon UK
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Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
For Prime members this seems like a great deal for 4 x LED bulbs from a reputable manufacturer - these are warm white and a direct replacement for old-fashioned 60W incandescents u… Read more
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buglawton

And yet I still think in MPG when it comes to car economy, the fuel is sold in litres and my speedo shows units in miles

Nailez

If you don't want a bright bulb you no longer look at the wattage at all, going forward you only look at the LUMENS the higher the lumens the brighter the bulb and then the only other consideration is COOL WHITE/WARM WHITE (cold light is very clinical and not many like it) Wattage is now dead and the tech will be constantly moving so your 6W in 2 years will probably be 3W etc but the lumen/light output will always be the same.

buglawton

Lately I've been replacing the last incandescents with LED bulbs and if the shade is thin or a glass bowl type, or it it's for a table lamp, finding 60W equivalent too bright, so had to source 6W (40W equiv) LED bulbs instead.

LankyChris

It's saying 1-2 months now and no subscribe and save option anymore.

noeltech2000

Thanks for the up.... Ordered

Xiaomi Yeelight YLDP06YL E26 E27 10W RGBW Smart LED Bulb Wifi App Control AC100-240V - E27 £12.64 delivered @ bangood with code
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Xiaomi Yeelight YLDP06YL E26 E27 10W RGBW Smart LED Bulb Wifi App Control AC100-240V - E27 £12.64 delivered @ bangood with code XML102 Specification: Brand: Xiaomi Lamp holder:E2… Read more
lloydt69

Mines still not arrived??

elofty

still on back order dispite showing on the site as in stock...

cooley

Wow, mine arrived today... Super quick delivery. Better than gearbest... Probably would still be waiting at Christmas. Not tried the bulbs yet but have experience of v1 so don't expect any issues.

Stu.C

German server works well with Google Home, but I have no experience with Alexa.

johnnyd57uk

Thanks for that too. I havnt tried as yet. Reset the bulbs but now only picking up 1. So thats driving me mad at the minute. Its on the China server so I will try german and Singapore servers and hope that I get a result. Even better if I can get them working with Alexa as well as the app.

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Tcp Smart Led bulb - 50p instore @ Wilko (Neath)
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LocalLocalFound 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Picked these up today in my local wilko (neath) . 50p each these were £2 yesterday
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dbeach

nothin round my area,out of stock but shelf edge label showed full price & not in separate reduced section either.Anyone been & checked in Bedminster,Bristol?Ta

tek-monkey

I got 4 of the sensor ones yesterday, marked as £3 but scanned at 50p.

birdseye17

birdseye17

You don't need google or Alexa for these They are smart led bulbs one is motion sensor and the other is a two tone bulb

sheffield788

According to majority of the reviews on Amazon, TCP does not have an app anymore and is not supported by alexa or Google. I may be wrong, but this explains why were £2, and now £0.50. The price is great anyway, voted hot and I will stop at Wilko tomorrow, as this was available in other stores before.

Object 0.5w 30 lumen led torch including battery 99p delivered or c&c @ Euro Car Parts
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Found 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Nice little led torch with the battery included as well so cheaper than the pound shops and you get free delivery on any order amount or free click and collect from your local shop… Read more
ThriftyNuB

Ah yes, the power bank nonsense. That was annoying!

pantaiema

This company is run by thieves. For the bargain item like this, they will take your CC payment and then do not deliver the item because they do not to sell it at the bargain price bit still keep the money. Unless you are chasing them you will not refund you. Avoid like plague

simate

No but an 18500 fits and works well.

Dodge62

Downside, costs about 200 times more. Plus side, it emits 250 times as much light. Therefore it’s the better bargain, right?

Dodge62

Can’t imagine so, looks much too short.

ASDA LED GU10 reductions 25p instore
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LocalLocalFound 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
ASDA are clearing some of their LED GU10 bulbs, eg 5 pack of 4.8W (50w equivalent) down to 80p
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missmisiowa

nice! found a few types. got some gu10 4,8w glass @ £0.90 for pack of 5

missmisiowa

in Merthyr they have the bulbs in reduction / clearance section for like 2 months now but at full price. will be checking tomorrow.

Pokora

was with red or yellow sticker in the reduction section ?

veedubjai

(y)

APPLE-SAM

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Hive WARM WHITE dimmable smart bulb £14 at Sainsburys instore
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Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Good price, note it’s warm white. Next best price for a good quality smart bulb is the IKEA tradfri @ £15.00 which is brighter also too. But for hive fans this is great.
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Wildbobcat89

You have to have the HIVE hub..

tascheman

24p more from Screwfix if you order today - I'm going to pick one up, I already have Hive at home for heating/ water. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hive-smart-light-bulbs-all-25-off-screwfix-ends-midnight-today-3057971

Arizolas

If only this was near me (horror) I’ll have a check on Saturday.

IggyP

You can, but only via the Echo Plus / Alexa app. You won't be able to control remotely without the Hive hub.I ended up getting one cheap off eBay, but you do need to be careful to get an unregistered one. You can't re-register a Hive Hub. Echo Plus does not replace Hive or Energenie Hubs

maneshapps

That’s great news, have the e27’s gone down recently? I bought 5 less than a year ago for £15 each

10 metre 100 LED USB powered light strip £1.57 delivered with code @ Gear Best
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Pretty nice idea for decorating around your tv or pc for Christmas or just a bit of subtle mood lighting? 100 leds on a 10 metre long strip of bendable copper wire powered by USB … Read more
mmquokka

Thanks

Haircut_100

This should get some serious heat and become red hot. But enough about the lights, it's a pretty good deal too.

HereKittyKitty

*scorching* price!! (because, speaking from experience, the wires *will* burn out and could start a fire)

veedubjai

(y)

bpanther

Disappointed, initially thought title said 100m. Still hot though!

ElectriQ Smart Lighting Dimmable Colour Wifi Bulb - B22 E27 or GU10 - Alexa & Google Home Compatible £12.97 from Laptops Direct
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Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Free delivery on orders over £50 otherwise delivery starts at £2.95. Multi packs available from £37.97. NB you do not need a specific hub for this bulb; you will be able to contro… Read more
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bluefish2303

Now £14.97, expiring

midlifecrisisT

Generally the same price as most smart bulbs really. I bought my first one from amazon last week. I really like them (y)

sheffield788

Every little helps, but still...'great' savings if you buy 3 or 5:). I've tried to post one of the lightning deals from Amazon 2 days ago, a similar bulb for £8.70, but moderators did not like the seller, despite the fact the product was fulfilled by Amazon.

bluefish2303

There are 79 Revoos to look at on the product page.

bo19991

Ordered thanks op. Got one in a table lamp at the moment, seems fine. Works great with Alexa (y)

2m 20 LED USB Copper String Lights / gocomma Pair of Mobile Game Fire Button Shooting Triggers 78p each delivered @ Gearbest
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Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
No codes needed / free delivery - powered by USB. There's usually limited redemptions on the lower end stuff, so if you want it, grab it before it bumps up in price/goes OOS :) … Read more
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snappokerman888

10m version better value imo https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/10m-100-led-usb-decoration-light-strip-154-gearbest-3060603

LucindaCarter

Just ordered five, full of good intentions but what’s the chances they’re sat in a drawer this time next year too!

wussup_ash

Can’t go wrong for that price

lauraowl

I got these last time round. 7 packets 🙈 they are still opened in my drawers

19DembaBa19

Heat for the cheapness but not for me I have ordered too much rubbish so don't have any more space

Various LED bulbs on offer £1 @ Morrisons in-store and online
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Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Various bulbs on offer in store and online at Morrisons. Such as this ES 1521 lumen bulb groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Morrisons-GLS-15W-1521-Lumens-ES/348515011 Bayo… Read more
SmartX

Excuse my ignorance, don't Morrison's do "click & collect" sort of thing? I mean order online then collect in store...

Quickblood

I saw these the other day, I did wonder why the singles are a quid but a pack of two was £3. Odd pricing if I'm remembering it correctly.

Gozer

Thanks for letting us know.

Voucher.Boy

Shame, but thanks for the post and the update, cheers....

johnny_storm

I bought the last 4 SES from my local Morrisons. Hopefully they will restock. Seem like a good quality product, nice light colour, bright.

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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Janzbro

have these been in a warehouse for 20years

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.

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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