Inc. VAT £21.80
Light Bulb Type
Cool White (840/845)
Your saving would be approximately £46.80
NOTE: Most electricity companies charge approx. 12 pence per kWh.
|Light Bulb Type||Reflectors/Spotlights|
|Light Colour||Cool White (840/845)|
|Equivalent Wattage||50 W|
|Beam Angle||36 Degrees|
|Colour Temp||4000 K|
|Cap/Base Type||2 Pin|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||10000 hrs|
|CRI Rating||< 80|
|Energy Efficiency Rating||B|
For Aurora Energy Saving 63mm Dia 11 Watt Cool White (50 Watt Alternative)
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Thu May 2007
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for Aurora Energy Saving 63mm Dia 11 Watt Cool White (50 Watt Alternative)
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1st September, 2017 - Janet, United Kingdom
Long lasting &well worth the money.
29th July, 2017 - Jane, United Kingdom
Well packaged items quick to deliver and large selection. Pricing very competitive will use again.
23rd May, 2016 - Clive, United Kingdom
This lamp appears to be exclusive to Aurora, which may account for the relatively high price for what is essentially just a variant of a standard compact fluorescent lamp. My daughter's flat has ceiling lamp fittings that only take these bulbs, so I had to bite the bullet and buy a couple of them. I just hope they have a decent MTBF, otherwise the low running costs will prove to be insignificant compared with the replacement costs when they fail! On the plus side, they seem to be well made and they seem to provide full brightness immediately on switch-on.
5th May, 2015 - Neil, United Kingdom
I bought 11 of these in November 2014 for my kitchen. With minimal use only 3 of these lights remain working!!!. I believe the the problem with these lamps is that they run far too hot and the delicate electronics which are situated directly on top of the lamp are overheating and burning out. At the rate which these things are going, I would be better off with candles. really disappointed with these. 1 star is too generous