Inc. VAT £3.25
Light Bulb Type
Warm White (830)
Your saving would be approximately £1.68
NOTE: Most electricity companies charge approx. 12 pence per kWh.
|Light Bulb Type||Candle|
|Light Colour||Warm White (830)|
|Equivalent Wattage||25 W|
|Beam Angle||360 Degrees|
|Colour Temp||2700 K|
|Cap/Base Type||Bayonet Cap|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||2000 hrs|
|Energy Efficiency Rating||C|
For 18 Watt (25 Watt Alternative) Energy Saving Halogen Candle BC
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Fri Apr 2015
It is a good idea to try not to touch the Glass on Halogen Light Bulbs, even when changing the bulb. This is because when you touch a Halogen Light Bulb, you leave behind a residue on the Light Bulb which can in time cause the bulb to heat up unevenl ...
Tue Jul 2015
Energy saving halogen bulbs are a more energy efficient equivalent to standard halogens. While they have the same lamp life at around 2,000 hours, they use around 30% less energy than standard halogens, this will save you money. They look almost iden ...
Tue Jul 2015
LED and CFL light bulbs are more energy efficient compared to Energy Saving Halogen, they also last a lot longer. Based on a 60 watt equivalent, LED will run for up to 50,000 hours, CFL will last up to 10,000 hours but Energy Saving halogen is onl ...
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1st February, 2021 - John, United Kingdom
Exactly what I required product difficult to find in supermarkets and D I Y stores
14th December, 2013 - Jason, United Kingdom
The 18W halogen lamps (kosnic brand) are very economical when used on a chandelier (e.g. 5x 18W = 90W) and, most importantly, provide a light output that looks good. For a smaller room the brightness is adequate and preferable to the use of five 40W lamps that would be too bright. For larger rooms the 28W or 42W lamps would be a better choice. The bulbs have been installed about 3 weeks ago and none has blown so far -- unlike some Diall brand bulbs I bought from B&Q which suffered two failures out of five in the first month. The filament of the 18W bulb is very thin and looks fragile, but all 5 bulbs ordered came intact and were well packaged by BLT. The bulbs also have the traditional built in fuse that cheaper unbranded bulbs don\'t have -- the difference -- the bulbs won\'t explode and separate, in a mini rocket launch, from their caps when they blow. I say economical because they allow the use of lower wattages than would otherwise be used -- The good LED lamps would, obviously, offer even more economy but the quality of light would, in my opinion, not be that good.-- both types are now suitable for dimming. Fluorescent types don\'t dim that well (most don\'t aren\'t dimmable at all) and needless to say the light output is not as good as halogen bulbs. The bulb is of good quality and the quality of light is very good. Recommended! JSR
3rd February, 2013 - Alister, United Kingdom
Does what it says on the tin! Good \"night light\".