Long Life Lamp Company B15 small bayonet base 4 W LED cover frosted mini golf ball, warm white

March 2, 2020 - Comment

Product Features Fitted with chip technology Equivalent 35 W light output Replacement idea for incandescent golf ball bulb Average life approximately 30,000 hours No heat release bulb which runs cool

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(as of April 19, 2020 1:54 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • Fitted with chip technology
  • Equivalent 35 W light output
  • Replacement idea for incandescent golf ball bulb
  • Average life approximately 30,000 hours
  • No heat release bulb which runs cool

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not sure this was the best one for me I get totally confused about light bulbs these days – perhaps that is just an age thing. But at one time you went into a shop and decided whether you needed a 40/60 or 100w bulb.Now it is like a bloody minefield. So I just order whatever is recommended. And for the Ikea floor lamp I ordered, this was it.Yes it fitted. No it wasn’t a bizarre colour that I did not want.But personally it was a lot brighter than I wanted or expected. Perhaps there is a better choice for that out…

Anonymous says:

PERFECT FOR BAYONET FITTING TIFFANY LAMPS. I have to thank another reviewer for making me aware by approving these, because I have a 20 year old Tiffany style table lamp with exactly the same bulb clearance compromises that the other reviewer described for B15 ( ‘B’ for bayonet fitting, 15 mm diameter connection ) bulbs. You either carry on with the old, bog standard, hot, energy wasting B15 golf ball bulbs or you can obtain these more effective ones which are also small enough to fit. I could not find these in any shops that I wasted…

Anonymous says:

Short life LED’S Bought the 7 pack of these in December, the first one died within the month. Held off writing review, maybe just a flaw. Now three down and four to go. These are from the long life Company, maybe the Directors need to explain what long life means, 3months!

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