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$25 10X Oxylight ION125 Air Purifying Light Bulb + Free Shipping @Livingstore.com.au

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A pack of 10 bulbs

A great combination of energy-saving light and air purification. This new innovation in lighting lasts over 7 years or 10 times longer than your average bulb and produces negative ions to clean and energise the room. See clearer and breathe easier.

Available in Bayonet (B22) and Screw (E27) fittings.

  • 25W 6500K
  • 15W 5000K
  • 15W 2700K

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  • +3 votes

    Ah! Negative ions! Now I can breath!

    • +5 votes

      It will also realign your chakras.

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        It's real, the effect occurs,it's why air "feels" cleaner around moving water such as rivers - whether it's at a high enough level here to do anything is another matter though. Enjoy the grime buildup if it does …

        • +3 votes

          it's why air "feels" cleaner around moving water such as rivers

          Obviously never been near the Gangies

          Enjoy the grime buildup if it does

          or maybe you have :-)

    • +8 votes

      I'm worried about what happens to all of the atoms that will be missing electrons. It's hard to stay positive.

  • +5 votes

    Is this the light bulb equivalent of the energy polariser Peter Brock was installing in Holdens back in the day?

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    Do you ship to po boxes?

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    UMMM, what is the saving on your normal price that makes this a bargain please?

    • +2 votes

      From what I can see, they retail for $15 (http://www.ionmax.com.au/ionmax-ion125) and they're selling 10x at $2.50 each.

      • -2 votes

        Thanks Divitini, would have liked OP's advice as well though to something that I would have thought was an Ozbargain requirement. 1 question answered within a minute but looks like OP is cherry picking what questions will be responded too.

        It looks a good buy from Googling but selective responses & payment problems have me saying "no" to this one.

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    Can you mix and match different wattage bulbs, or is it 10 of the same one?

    Thanks

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    Wattage means electric consumption. What is the lumen output for these bulbs?

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    May be a noob question, but in terms of light, is it kind of white light(daylight) or yellow light(warm white)?

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      25W 6500K
      15W 5000K
      15W 2700K

      2700K = Warm White (yellowish)

      Others may be considered Daylight or Cool White, but would be whiter towards bluer light.

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    When I try to use PayPal I keep getting "this invoice has already been paid"..tried 2 different browsers.

    Please advice OP & answers to the 2 questions above please.

    …….no replies…………order cancelled

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    Do you have B22 / 6500K / 25W in stock? if you do please update the site. Thanks

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    I don't see any Australian certification on those globes.

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      Certification? Its just a light bulb. Are you the sort of guy who demands safety warnings on every packet of toothpicks?

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        Toothpicks don't normally have the ability to burst into flames and burn my house down.

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          Thanks for stating obvious. Implies light bulbs do? But that would be stupid.

          If a little arcing from a bad light bulb can do that, your light fittings are dangerously defective.

        • +1 vote

          @manic:
          You obviously know nothing about the electronics in the base of the bulbs, which is the part that catches fire. Nothing to do with arcing or fittings, it's under-rated components that are the danger. In fact there were a couple of recalls in the early years of compact fluorescents, precisely for the reason that they DID catch fire.

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      You better pull all the bulbs around your home out as they don't have a certification either.

      • +1 vote

        Wrong, I just pulled all of my spare light bulbs out of the cupboard, and all three boxes have the c-tick regulatory compliance marking. It's also printed on the bulbs.

        This page lists the safety and EMC standards that bulbs must pass to carry the marking:
        http://www.compeng.com.au/c-tick-rcm-testing/

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          C-tick is NOT a certification (yes they'd need one if based on OZ).

          A light bulb is NOT a proscribed device.

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          @Rutger:

          I said "C-tick regulatory compliance marking", which is a newer standard than C-tick, and you DO need a certificate of compliance.

          As well as EMC compliance, items with this marking must comply "with applicable electrical equipment safety requirements relevant to each state and territory in Australia"
          http://www.compeng.com.au/c-tick-rcm-testing/

          A light bulb of the compact fluorescent or LED type contains either an electronic ballast or a small switchmode supply. Both are listed as "medium risk devices" in section 1.6A of this document, which is the reference document for "AS/NZS CISPR 15 : EMC requirements for Lighting Equipment":
          https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2013C00117

          Here is the ACMA overview page for lighting products:
          http://www.acma.gov.au/Industry/Suppliers/Product-supply-and...

          Note they say this covers

          self-ballasted LED lamps
          self-ballasted compact fluorescent lamps

          Where have you seen information that light bulbs are not proscribed devices? Three out of three suppliers of the light bulbs in my cupboard (Woolies, Coles and Philips) seem to think they are.

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          @Russ:

          Compliance certificate <> electrical item certification.

          Certification is independent testing by an approved (and liable) organisation/person.

          Your second paragraph touches on the certification. It's very stupidly state based but I'm not aware of a state where a light bulb is a proscribed item (some types of lights are).

  • +3 votes

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but was the ioniser only put in so that these CFLs can still be sold as they're no longer a light bulb and thus don't have to comply with efficiency guidelines?

    Also seven years for a CFL seems a bit optimistic to me.

  • +4 votes

    Does it come with free magic beans?

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    Question to OP who I see is active here.
    Please advise of the Lumens Output (one of the most IMPORTANT questions that should be answered). A normal 60W incandescent globe is about 800Lms FYI. Buyer BEWARE, if this question is not answered as many globes are quite dull in practice.

  • +4 votes

    LEDs are so cheap now, it makes no sense to buy CFL any more.

    I can't see this mini ioniser achieving anything except getting the floro tube covered in dust extra fast.

  • +2 votes

    negative ions get a neg from me

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