Bought some for $10 a few weeks ago and just saw that they are reduced further.
This is at Bunnings Belconnen. Pricing may be store specific
These are pretty bad in my experience. I tried them they had awful colour and dim.
I only buy Osram and Phillips brand.
Agreed. Philips for the slightly cooler high quality light. Osram for a slightly warmer orange colour similar to lower voltage incandescent.
I'm happy with my Osram warm white. Tried the Mirabella equivalent and it was way too orange
you probably got too high a colour temperature.
it's listed on the box for this reason
@damontyler: No sorry it's the other way around. Higher the number and it's heading to bluey-white eg 6500k
Yes they started to flicker and died. Refined with Bunnings
These have been good so far. Had them for about a month
I doubt they are dimmable at this price
Do you have the item number from your Receipt so others can search Stock Levels?
Stock levels: I/N 0069767
Came here for this. Left very satisfied.
Why do some stores say "Stock:7" & "out of stock"?
@Gaz1: Inventory should be 7, but they couldn’t find any last time they checked
@Gaz1: Means the staff have been light-fingered
Hey ZerOlivier may I ask how does this Projectsuit site work to display item quantities? Is it specific to Bunnings?
Still $10 at Notting Hill
Went to Bunnings Canberra Airport, none there, but they were clearing out tons of other stuff cheap before stocktake. Had $600 BBQs for $100, $300 clotheslines for $50, some weird smoker/BBQ thing that looked like a Dragon's egg reduced from $200 to $25 and they were just constantly bringing stuff to the front of the store, marking it down heavily and announcing the markdowns over the PA system.
Don't know if other stores are doing the same.
I'm still yet to go into anyone's house or business that have switched over to LED lighting and found them to be comparable to halogen in terms of their warmth. I find them pretty depressing actually. Anyone else in the same boat and resisting the change even at the expense of higher power bills and the planet?
Try warm white instead of cool white.
Yeah I've been in plenty of places that have warm white LED installed, but they still make me feel like I'm in a hospital ward.
Hmmm, title refers to ES globes but pic is BC globes. Stock level hyperlink is for BC too.
These click globes in warm white are very good value for money. Produce decent 800 lumens of light. Only draw backs are half the globe is plastic which shows in see through lights.