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Thread: Any use Energy Saving Bulb's at home? **BARGAIN FOR YOU**

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    Default Any use Energy Saving Bulb's at home? **BARGAIN FOR YOU**

    Just snapped up some of these bad boys.




    OSRAM BRAND....not just the cheap cack either!

    10 Energy Saving Light Bulb's for 98p.....YES 98 pence for 10!!

    Usual RRP: 99p each.

    Only had the 14w-->75w and 11w-->60w left so got 4 of the 75's and 6 of the 60's.

    Get yourselves Dunelm Mill.

    Link again in case the top one dont work: https://www.dunelm-mill.com/product/4404.htm


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    Very good price.

    I got a load from Sainsburys I think, when they were doing them for free.

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    They are good though, I use a load already and they do last ages. I think in the last 3 years I have replaced 2. Prior to that, the normal one's used to go pop literally every month.

    Only problem with these is they dont work with dimmer swicth's!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaux-Man-G View Post

    Only problem with these is they dont work with dimmer swicth's!
    or timers.

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    Yeah i found they dont work with Dimmer Switch
    Homebase did Phillips ones 10 for £1 too. Bargains for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaux-Man-G View Post

    Only problem with these is they dont work with dimmer swicth's!

    Which is probably one of the most annoying things ever.

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    Everywhere is selling them cheap now

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    I got a load of General Electric ones on e-bay for a few pounds, thought they were a great bargain. Problem was that the Boss did not like them as they stuck out the top of quite a few of the laps.

    If you can get the ones where the tube is in a coil (think Philips do them) rather than vertical, they tend to sit lower.

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    I bought a load when Morrisons had them on offer, but thanks for the info and will pass it to family and friends

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    we will go pick some up from dunelm over the coming days.. cheers for this!!!

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