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# 220192 30-Jul-2017 15:40
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800, 1000, and 1400 lumen versions. Warm and cool white, E27 and bayonet fitting. Probably needs to use their cards. Not sure if it's just Johnsonville or nationwide. You can log into their website and check your local store.


I bought some for $13.60 each at Miter Ten yesterday! I stocked up today. The 1400 lumen LEDs seem brighter than 1400 lumen CFLs, maybe just because they're newer.


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  # 1833798 30-Jul-2017 16:01
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Neat; I didn't even know that 1400 existed (I once tried a 1055 in a spacious room with typical 70s single-fitting arrangement and it was too dark) so picked up a couple of 1400s. I can confirm that this is not limited to Johnsonville and does not require a membership card. Thanks for posting :)




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  # 1833805 30-Jul-2017 16:17
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Four of the 1400s light my medium sized kitchen very well. I got some 800s for the dining area.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1833810 30-Jul-2017 17:10
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Philips? I can only see Olsent bulbs online, or are they simply an OEM bulb made by Philips?

 

 

 

 


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  # 1833811 30-Jul-2017 17:12
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The ones I picked up today are definitely Philips, and I can see plenty when I do a search for "philips led" (although the cheap price doesn't show up).




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  # 1833814 30-Jul-2017 17:16
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Definitely Phillips.

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  # 1833817 30-Jul-2017 17:25
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I can see Philips bulbs on their website - it was just all the multibuy deals are Olsent




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  # 1833828 30-Jul-2017 17:45
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I can send you a copy of my receipt if you don't believe me ;)


 
 
 
 


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  # 1833869 30-Jul-2017 19:20
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I don't think Kilbirnie has Olsent. Maybe some Lower North Island??? Countdown are substituting Philips instead.

 

Edit. Mailer showing "any 2 for $16 806/1050/1400lm Philips LED" website just hasn't caught up.


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  # 1833948 30-Jul-2017 21:54
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Philips dont do cool white, just what they call cool daylight which is a normal daylight color.

 

the olsent do an actual cool white, but I am happy with the mitre10 ones I have.





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  # 1834399 31-Jul-2017 15:41
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I wouldn't have minded getting some of these bulbs, but cannot see it on their website, online mailer or in store.


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  # 1834492 31-Jul-2017 18:57
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@rscole86:

 

I wouldn't have minded getting some of these bulbs, but cannot see it on their website, online mailer or in store.

 

 

 

 

I can't see them either, as I would also be keen on the 1400 lm ones. I wonder if it has expired because I think their deals start on the monday of the week.




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  # 1834493 31-Jul-2017 19:03
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Yeah possibly expired, I saw new deals are out today.

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