|1 - 4||£6.49 each||41%|
|5 +||£7.48 each||25%|
Inc. VAT £7.79
Light Bulb Type
Your saving would be approximately £120.00
NOTE: Most electricity companies charge approx. 12 pence per kWh.
|Light Bulb Type||Multi Tube|
|Light Colour||Blacklight Blue|
|Equivalent Wattage||125 W|
|Beam Angle||360 Degrees|
|Cap/Base Type||Edison Screw|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||10000 hrs|
|CRI Rating||< 80|
|Energy Efficiency Rating||G|
For Prolite Energy Saving Black Light Blue 25 watt ES (125 Watt Alternative)
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Fri May 2006
Incandescent lamps are standard domestic light bulbs including GLS, candle, golfball and many others. Halogen lamps are high intensity, optimised lamps giving better efficiency than standard light bulbs. Energy saving lamps are direct replaceme ...
Thu May 2007
Some older designs had quite a high "colour temperature" which may be perceived as "colder" but many energy saving lamps now use a "warm white" coating to make the light very similar to a normal incandescent bulb.
Thu May 2007
The latest compact fluorescent lamps "warm up" very much faster than older designs, typically reaching 95% of their full light output in under a minute.
for Prolite Energy Saving Black Light Blue 25 watt ES (125 Watt Alternative)
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30th June, 2020 - Alison, United Kingdom
Not used it yet
21st April, 2019 - Daniel, United Kingdom
Same old alternative bulb , claiming to be more efficient. It's not.
9th February, 2019 - Jason, United Kingdom
These are the best UV bulbs I've come across
13th August, 2014 - Graham, United Kingdom
I purchased this bulb to use on a moth trap for the study of moths in a designated area compared to a mercury vapour bulb. It actually performed very well and drew in different species