Price tag of £13 and not sure how bright (ha! dim) 250 lm is I didn't purchase but the design got me interested as most LED bulbs are very directional.
This looks like it might give a light distribution similar to an tungsten bulb. The one I examined didn't have the "crystal" defractor bit but a translucent tube with what looked like a conical reflector at the top end. Which is a bit odd as the barcode number between the one I saw and the one in the link above is the same.
Any one tried one? What is the light distribution like?
We have a couple of light fittings in a dark corridor that are essentially on 24/7. Think they currently use 2 x 9 W CFLs so cost about £23/year to run. So a couple of these would "buy" themselves in a couple of years. Assuming that 250 lm is comparable to a 9 W CFL. Trouble is a 20,000 hr life is about 2.25 years... Think I've just talked myself out of them for this application. B-)
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