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|OFFER F20PAR38FL240 B062|
Energy Saving PAR 38 24w ES Very Warm White (115 Watt Alternative)from Leading Brand (Model: LEPAR38/24ES)
An Energy Saving PAR 38 with a ES cap.
This fantastic PAR 38 energy saver is same size and light output as a standard PAR30 but uses over 80% less electricity. With long life it also lasts longer than normal PAR30s.
Go green with this enviroment friendly lamp!
Potential saving for bulb over its manufacturers predicted life: £109.20
Assuming electricity is charged at p per kWh rate (most electricity companies charge approx. 12p per kWh).
|Cap/Base Type||Screw In|
|Colour||Warm White (830)|
|Colour Temp||2700 K|
|Energy Efficient Rating||B|
|Equivalent Wattage||115 W|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||10000 Hours|
|Product Type||PAR 38|
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