expired White 6W 8W E27 Base Energy LED Light Cool Warm Light Bulb $1 Delivered

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Came across this when shopping for a garage door light bulb and found this Ebay seller is doing a sale for a E27 Base Led Light bulb for $1 each. Given the number of the feedbacks, the seller's service looks genuine enough.

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Specs:
LED Base: E27
Power : 6w 8w
Brand new & high quality
Spotlight, no shadow
In excellent condition
No UV or IR radiation, low heat
Great for landscape scene, spot lighting, architectural lighting, display scene, artwork lighting, mood lighting and so on.
Energy saving, low power consumption, long life expectancy
More Energy efficient than incandescent and most Halogen Lamps
Entertainment lighting, architectural lighting, city beautification, portable lighting, illumination and decoration at home and public areas
Suitable for hotel, dining-room, meeting room, drawing room, showroom, shop, corridor, telephone booth, studio and exhibition etc.
Safe assurance: CE & RoHs
6w LED
Size: 6.5 x 5cm
Voltage: AC85~265V
Luminance: 400LM
Color Temp: 3200K
Bean angle: 30°
Output: 6W


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Comments (Closed)

  • +2 votes

    400 lumens for $1? You believe?
    I have a get-rich quick scheme that cannot fail. Please PM me $500 and I will reveal.

    More Energy efficient than incandescent and most Halogen Lamps

    most? A revealing moment of honesty there.

  • +3 votes

    I have a feeling that you paid for what you get.

    • +10 votes

      If you didn't pay for what you get it would be theft.

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    I paid one of the Ebay sellers for a E14 4-Led Light Bulb much like the listed one for 1.30 AUD each when it was on sale. The quality of the light bulb is supurb and you won't believe it till you use it.
    Now, the price has gone back to 3 AUD. I then ordered 4 of the same light bulbs from another ebay seller 4 pack for 5 bucks (auction price) and work like a charm. You gotta try one of those and see it for yourself.

    Ps. few mins have gone passed. I just saw another 100 light bulbs sold lol. Is that for real?

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      Yes, I have just bought 10. I will see what I will get. :)

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      I am after good quality LED lights to replace some of my CF. Can you provide link please?

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    its covered by paypal, what do you have to loose anyway its $1 that's about the same price as a bulb here.
    i bought 20 of these for $1.20 overseas and they still all work fine after 4 yrs, but then again the cob shaped ones are rubbish.

  • +1 vote

    This seller has quite a few cheap things on 'sale' as well:

    http://www.ebay.com.au/sch/m.html?_odkw=&item=290976824314&v...

    wii controllers look alright

  •  

    Are you even supposed to use them here? They say 220V but as much as i know we have 240V here

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      Voltage: AC85~265V

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      they are just plug adapters. it is about the machine you are wanting to use that is the issue

      • +1 vote

        Voltage in Australia is actually 230V not 240V, however it is very rarely actually 230V, varies between 220-250V usually.

        • +2 votes

          Voltage here is officially 230V +10% / -6%. That means the line voltage can be anywhere between 216.2V - 253V and still be in spec (AS60038).

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          That's what i said :P

  •  

    how bright is the 8w? Is it equivalent to 60W conventional light bulb?

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      Not that bright. It's probably closer to a 30W. It's directional too.

    • +2 votes

      Last few I bought you can unscrew and remove the reflector - lights up the whole room.
      I use two for a 4m x 4m room, quite bright.

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        Thanks for the tip.

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        I hope that doesn't remove the heatsink, which would kill the bulb more quickly..

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          Sorry, I meant you can remove the glass cover/diffracting lens, there's no reflector.

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    514 sold in one hour. I think in a few mins all stocks will be gone.

    Gotta feel the power of this community. LOL

    •  

      All the 8W sold out minutes before it hit the frontpage :(

      I bought one of each of the other two.

  • +3 votes

    Pity all my lights are bayonets :-(

    • +4 votes

      You can always use these in your grow room to help your "tomatoes" grow a bit faster.

      • +2 votes

        Haha damn you, how'd you know about my tomatoes?!?

        • +3 votes

          Dude, everyone knows about your "tomatoes"

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          Should have known they were so good.. Hell, who needs milkshakes when you have tomatoes as good as mine.

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          LEDs are no good for tomatoes- they don't emit enough heat. How do I know this? I'm a tomato farmer.

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          careful, the popo might be watching these forums.

  •  

    Thanks, bought 10, just because it is so cheap

  •  

    Thanks OP Bought 25 , really wanted GU10 60 degree but i have adaptors.

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      Now I feel silly for just buying 1 8W!

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    Thanks fchis

    Bought 3

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    no B22 base :(

  •  

    Sorry guys… Deal is over in just over one hour.

  •  

    That was a neat deal, got four 6w warm. -SOLD-.

  • +1 vote

    seller also has inexpensive iphone2,3,4/ iphone 5/ microUSB 3 in 1 cables for $1.69 shipped

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/3-in-1-30-pin-Micro-USB-To-USB-Ch...

  • +1 vote

    bought 50

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    thx bought 10

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    all the light sockets in my house are B22, if I bought this i have to buy an adaptor. it would be more expensive.

  • +1 vote

    back to stock
    but now AUD $1.59
    i will pass
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SALE-6W-8W-E27-MR16-220V-Base-Ene...

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      still cheap mate….

  •  

    Still waiting for mine to arrive.

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      I actually forgot about it. Still waiting too.

  •  

    So anyone receive ? It'll be a month by Monday.

    • +1 vote

      i've received it today in Melbourne. Works fine.

  •  

    I have received mine today. Will test it out tonight. I am not sure how they are making money out of this.

  •  

    These are cheaply made but worth the asking price.

    Out of all 10:
    7 are good with a nice white glow.
    2 have a greenish corona glow.
    1 flickered and touchy. It stop flickering when I loosen the ring cap. I may have to do a quick re soldering to see whether it will improve the situation.

  •  

    I had two ON overnight, about 10 hours. In the morning I noticed they were not as bright and have yellowish glow (before they were bright white glow). I compared the LEDs to the new ones and the used ones have become more orange with brown spot in the middle. I checked the power usage and both old and new still use 4 Watt.

    The questions:
    - Should you not turn them ON for too long?
    - If used for only 5 minutes at a time, will they suffer the same problem after around 10 hours of total use?
    - Did they overheat?

    I know they're relatively cheap, but 10 hours life?

    • +1 vote

      I have noticed less brightness after a few hours of usage.
      I will investigate this further. I believe the plastic cover/lens may be the issue here. It may have changed colour from the excessive heat. I will remove to inspect tonight.

  •  

    Three more bulbs have now experienced the same problem. They were used a few hours at a time and now they're noticeably dimmer.

    I've removed the reflector lens from the start so I don't think it's the lens.
    Each LED is enclosed in some kind of glass or plastic but they still look clear to me.
    The brownish spot seems to be on the yellow LED itself, it may have been set on some kind of resin? and this resin has changed colour.

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    still waiting for mine

  •  

    Did not receive either.
    NSW >5 weeks

    • +1 vote

      you can ask for refund from the seller :)

    •  

      October trend for Seller's profile - sub 96%. Not exactly bright.

      Reimbursed & finalised; so that may be a blessing in disguise.

      (Pos for ebay revoked).

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    Damn, still waiting for mine as well. Guess i'll have to ask for a refund before the 45day deadline.

    Tsk tsk, and i already bought a couple of E27 to GU10 adapters too.

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      i ask the seller to resend one of the bulbs i haven't received and the seller is very helpful. Give it a go.

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        im sorry but the seller has not replied to my email for a refund over the weekend and i have to open a paypal resolution as tonight is the deadline of 45days.

        Although seller did reply to my email last week indicating i have not received but will wait another week before taking any action. Seller did reply helpfully then.

        My order of 20 blubs and none have arrived.

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      Not received yet in Adelaide. Just opened a PayPal dispute. I ordered some other sale items at the time, received 2 a while ago but another one is missing as well.

  •  

    Mine arrived today. They run hot, too hot to touch. One died after a few hours. One of the wires to the LED board had detached and was easily re-soldered. The original thermal paste was a bit hit and miss so I replaced it on both devices. They can be easily disassembled by first removing the circular metal spring that holds the lens/diffuser in place.

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      8W LED shouldn't run too hot yeah?

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    Haven't received mine either.

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