Inc. VAT £3.02
Light Bulb Type
Warm White (830)
Your saving would be approximately £4.32
NOTE: Most electricity companies charge approx. 12 pence per kWh.
|Light Bulb Type||GLS|
|Light Colour||Warm White (830)|
|Equivalent Wattage||60 W|
|Beam Angle||360 Degrees|
|Colour Temp||2700 K|
|Cap/Base Type||Bayonet Cap|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||2000 hrs|
|Energy Efficiency Rating||D|
|Halogen GLS 42 watt BC Halogen|
For 42W (60W Alternative) Energy Saving Halogen Standard Shape (GLS) BC
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Fri Apr 2015
A GLS (General Lighting Service) Light Bulb is a Light Bulb based on the original Light Bulb as designed by American Scientist and Inventor Thomas Edison. GLS Light Bulbs have an easily recognizable pear-shaped bulb with the filament clearly visible ...
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 ...
for 42W (60W Alternative) Energy Saving Halogen Standard Shape (GLS) BC
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4th January, 2021 - Clive, United Kingdom
Used this product before
14th January, 2019 - Jayne, United Kingdom
Excellent and good value for money.
23rd January, 2013 - Adam, United Kingdom
These are good quality bulbs, with a nice light quality. BLT delivered promptly, would buy from them again
27th February, 2012 - Richard, United Kingdom
A nice, clear bright light. Particularly good for lamps which create a pattern of light (e.g. holes in the lampshade, or moulded glass), since the light comes from a point source which makes a clear pattern, the larger source from CFL bulbs are useless at this.
21st November, 2011 - Chris, United Kingdom
Having suffered the goom of CFL low-output/low-energy lamps and their shorter than expected service life, the performance of these GLS 42w lamps is superb! CFLs should be banned & binned forth with!!