expired 9w LED Downlight Bulb Warm White or Cool White $13.95 + Delivery

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Hi

We have a special offer until the 23-7-2011 on our LED downlight bulbs. These are 9w (3 x 3w) led's with aluminium housing going for $13.95 for cool white and warm white

We also have 9w cree's xr-e going for $18.95

www.energysaver.net.au

Thanks


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  • +1 vote

    Any comments on these ? Positive / Negative.

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    Do you have GU10 warm white for sale?

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      We now have GU10's in stock

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    LED downlight bulbs are cool

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    Hi jinroh

    Not at this stage, but will be coming within the month

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      thanks

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    Can we get specs for these LEDs, such as brightness and beam spreads so we can compare to halogen downlights

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    thanks, are they dimmable?

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    nhutty

    500lm for CW and 60deg. Its all there champ

    Are you going to compare to a 50w or 35w halogen?

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      does it compare to a 35w or 50w? im guessing at 500lm its more like a 35w halogen.

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        dy4me yes. If you look at the cree listed for $45.95, that is a straight swap for a 50w halogen. If you dont like it send it back, simple as that

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    supbrudda, no they are not, but they do dim but can flicker on lower settings

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    Being using these http://bit.ly/phVqkD for over a year now. Lower cost, + electricity bill this week was almost $100 less. Still have 6-8 more to install.

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      pardon my ignorance but how are these installed? are they only for downlight set-ups? how spread out do they need to be? how is the light compared to conventional lighting?

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        altomic you plug our your current mr16 2 pin downlight and plug this straight in and yes only for mr16 2 pin downlights. how far is your lights spread now?

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          I'm looking at converting my house to this type of downlight in the future so currently I'm in the research stage.

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          wouldn't one need to change the transformer (old ones) to new ones that support low Wattage draw ?
          otherwise I heard these LED flicker on old transformers?

        • +1 vote

          ozblogger its a hit and miss regarding the transformer. Generally it would work, but there are some stubborn ones there.

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    How do the Epistars compare to the Cree lights?

    For those interested this link suggests these are equivalent to a 35w halogen

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    martyn to be honest the epistars perform quite well

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    This is a joke. Get over to deal extreme, they are half of this price and free delivery.

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      mcBanjo are we comparing apples with apples. I couldnt see epistar in there list

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      Most of those are 3 or 4w no name brand bulbs, great if you like the feel of living in a cave.

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    +1 for the rep.

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    A bit irritating that the site does not let you estimate shipping without filling in all your details.

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    Flat rate of $7 for shipping

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      just confirming, regardless of how many I buy?

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        yes correct Jazz.1 or 100, it still is $7

    • +2 votes

      Great, now tell your web developers to advertise the fact :)

  • +2 votes

    Rep: can you advise if any E27 or Bayonet options are going to be available soon? I've been meaning to replace my CFL's for a long time but don't really trust the chinese ebay sellers and local prices have been a joke.

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      click_it

      I am testing a unit as we speak. Maybe within a month

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        Fantastic :)

        Good to see an australian company getting into the LED game and bringing prices down. I've even thought of doing it myself once or twice considering what places here try to sell them for.

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    Still trying to figure out the difference between the Cree and the Epistar. Which is better and why? The Epistar has 1 year warranty, what about the Cree?

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      rep claims the epistar are similar, Cree are probably the most respected manufacturer of LEDs around.

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      Jazzymc epi has 1 and cree has 2, but unless your buying the cree xpg, the epi is a good performer

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        The Epistar has a 50 degree spread and CREE has 60 degree spread as stated on your website, is that correct? Lastly if I use my existing transformers and it doesn't work i.e. flickers or blows out the LED bulb, am I able to get a refund or replace? I notice you don't sell LED transformers

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          Jazzy it should be right and your right about the degrees. No drama's about the flicker or blow. As long as your transformer is 12v it shouldnt blow and yes in regards to the refund/replace.

          I do have some transformers. Can you email me in regards to this through the contact us page

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    Any E22 E27 LED light bulbs?

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    not at the moment edgar28…still testing

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    I am planning to build a new home and the design doesnt come with any downlights, also its really costly to do with the builders, so the builder suggest me that they can leave junction boxes instead of the standard batten lights. In that case do they need to use a different transformer or something? as LED lights are low voltage rather than normal CFL's? need anything additional on the wiring/electrical?
    Sorry this is an off-topic, but I am planing to put these down lights once my home finished

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      heloanand send me an email through the contact us page

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        Done, thanks

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          I did the same thing with my house when we built it 10 years ago. From the house layout, pin-point to the builder where to put the lights and what switch will control which light(s). He then lay enought electrical cables to those point for me. Once the house done, I got my electrician to do the lights. This way we saved heaps - at least 40-50% total cost and you have more flexible with the style of lamps etc.

          Yes, you need a transformer with each downlight (not sure if several lights can connect to one transformer), and it can be purchase separately or as a downlight kit.

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          would think you could have multiple LED downlights on one transformer if they are designed to handle halogen lights after all the halogens pull about 40-50 watts, LEDs only pull 6-10ish
          (Just have to put them in parallel - not series)
          (just my opionion - havent done any research)

          although id be worried - someone may put halogens in in the future…

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    hello rep, just want to ask if they are dimmable? thanks

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      lol we both asked the same question at the same time :)

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    Someone asked if these were dimmable and it hasn't been answered yet, are they? All my halogens are on dimmers so I would need LED's which can be dimmed.

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      Ok they have been tested on dimmers and it depends on your dimmer/transformer

      Our tests show it worked fine on 1 setup and started to flicker on low setting on another setup

      Update: Epi WW stocks have run out..more due within 2 weeks so taking backorders at this special rate

  • +1 vote

    Does anyone know if we can get some incentive from the government for swapping to these energy efficient lights?

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    Hi rep, I am looking at possibly ordering 15+ bulbs for my house but don't know if I should be taking the risk in ordering them all and then finding out that they are incompatible with the transformers I current have installed. would it be possible to order a few bulbs first and test them out when we receive them and then order more at the same price soon after?

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      yes should be fine. Strongly suggest you buy a few to trial them out

  • +1 vote

    This is cheaper than yours. Australian Stock too:
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/6-X-12V-LED-MR16-9-Watts-Epistar-...

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      If you want to sort out a warranty issue with a ebay store owner with no abn details or anything for 81 cents difference then go for it :)

      Good Luck!

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        I have decided to give you a neg because i don't think there's any "special" on your price + delivery. I've been searching for months for suiable Led downlights for my house and this price is very general across online stores. My ebay example is not even the cheapest price but i don't bother to search for one.
        Also, i don't think that's a good attitude for business to gain more customers here. I'll try my luck somewhere else until you can give us better deal than this.

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    50W halogen as far as i know they are around 1000lm.

    500lm LED can match that?

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    lplau these lights wont match a 50w halogen but would still give you very good light. If you want a 50w halogen, there is only a few led's on the market which can do that, but they have a hefty price tag. If you see my other led for $45, that will match your 50w halogen without a problem.

    If your led's are spaced out closely, then these should be fine

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    As Far as I know, the transformers should be switched from Halogen Transformers to true LED Transformers, as halogen transformers usually takes about 10W or so since they usually cater for 50W Halogens.

    Further energy savings would be to change the Drivers/Transformers.

    Correct?

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      yes it is recommended. You will also get longer use of the light if you use proper led drivers as opposed to halogen transformers

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        So why would the normal halogen transformer have an impact to the LED lamp life? Do you have any recommendation for good/reliable LED drivers?

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    your prices are back up?…can you do the same deal as I was going to buy a handful.

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    titanix send me an email

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    Brought some of these from a different seller in my state. Appears they match around 40W Halogens or so, which isn't bad for residential housing, unless you really need a room with bright lights.

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