10W 806 Lumen Luce Bella LED Lights $2.94 Each @ Bunnings

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E27 & B22 style bulbs, available in both cold white and warm white.
Similar to last time, but this time it seems to be an advertised sale as opposed to a clearance.

Luce Bella LED Bulbs are an excellent cost efficient and energy saving lighting option. They consume up to 80% less power compared to incandescent globes.
• Bayonet base (B22)
• 806lm light output
• Non dimmable
• 100% Instant Glow Start Up
• 200 Degree Beam Angle
• Equivalent to 60W traditional globe

Bayonet base (B22)
806lm, 200 Degree Beam Angle
Non dimmable
100% Instant Glow Start Up

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Comments

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    Thanks. Just bought a bunch. They weren't labelled at special price but did scan.

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    Watch out as there are 14W ones in extremely similar packaging, for much more.

    Found it hard to find bayonet fittings, but lots of screw type. Great price, looks fine. Nice find.

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      Yea, extremely hard to get the B22 type. I ordered them when I posted this deal last time and only picked them up a couple of days ago.

      They obviously offered to refund, but I was happy to wait.

  • +2 votes

    I purchased quite a lot of the mitre 10 ones last year which were a different brand, and I think all have now blown. I did get some replaced, but are now out of warranty which I was told was 12 months. Not sure if these ones are better quality or not, being a different brand. But I think I will avoid cheap LEDs, and will stick to Philips as haven't had a single one of those blow

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      It's the heat that kills LED bulbs, and if you have an enclosed fixture the heat problem is going to get worse. A Philips bulb will last longer, but even with better quality components the bulb will eventually succumb to the heat. The higher the wattage, the bigger the heat problem.

      If you want true long-life LEDs, get one of these splitters and use a bunch of low wattage (e.g. 3W) LED bulbs.

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        Mine are all within open type fittings, so they are not enclosed. Some are in table lamps. All of the mitre 10 ones were the same brand and faoled. I have also tried Panasonic , Osram, and philips, all of which I consider to be premium brands, and I would have paid $10-30 for each bulb, and none of those have failed. Infact I do have a edapt brand from the warehouse, which is one of the older style ones with the the metal heat sink which I got about 4 years ago, and that still works fine. The ones that failed are all really light weight, and notice they do have a flicker to them as well. I noticed that the newest philips ones are now also very light weight, compared to the old philips ones, so I hope they are the same quality as the older ones.

    • +1 vote

      I have tested out about 100 LED bulbs over about 4 years, and to date I've not had a single philips blow. I've had Osram? (Countdown), Chinese ones, the warehouse ones and a few other brands which about 1 in 4 seem to fail within a year. Which realistically isn't bad, but these Bunnings ones seem a bit higher quality than the warehouse ones but not as good as Philips. Time will tell however.

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