Philips White 9W LED Bulb - Set of 5 at Rs.563/-

Philips White 9W LED Bulb - Set of 5 at Rs.563/-

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https://www.pepperfry.com/philips-white-9-watts...
Philips White 9W LED Bulb – Set of 5 at Rs.563/-
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Add a touch of sophistication to your home with this White 9W LED Bulb Set from the house of Philips. This bulb comes in a set of five. This 9 watts bulbs have a twenty four months warranty. Measuring 6 × 4.5 × 2.5 inches, it weighs 552 gms. This white-coloured LED bulbs are made from a high-quality plastic. A one stop-shop for home decor and furniture, Pepperfry sells a home product every 30 seconds.

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Market price for 9w led Rs.95 each
95 *5 =475

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You can get these bulbs from local electricity board @ 70 rs each.

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Roushh wrote:

You can get these bulbs from local electricity board @ 70 rs each.

I dont think they provide Philips co. led

May be surya bajaj wipro which are already in market for Rs 65 to 75

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Common-man wrote:

I dont think they provide Philips co. led

May be surya bajaj wipro which are already in market for Rs 65 to 75

In bescom they r giving Wipro brand led

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Common-man wrote:

I dont think they provide Philips co. led

May be surya bajaj wipro which are already in market for Rs 65 to 75

Nope, Phillips bulbs. Govt has some tieup with Phillips company for the bulbs.

My uncle use to get them for 60-70 rs and he gave us few too but the problem is now these are usually out of stock most of the time in highly populated areas.

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Philips is better than others!

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basantamoharana wrote:

Philips is better than others!

Nope. It’s power inefficient. Consumes more power and outputs less light.

It’s popular, i will give you that.

Everyready is better.

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Please don’t purchase any EverReady product. Last Year I was purchased two rechargeable fans, both are in bad condition.

I do not prefer to eveready product.

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Nope. It’s power inefficient. Consumes more power and outputs less light.

It’s popular, i will give you that.

Everyready is better.

Aree bhai aisa maat bol , mere ghar mai sab Philips led 9w use ho rahe hai.
Bekar ki tension mai bechare bulbs ki capabilities per shak hone lagega

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basantamoharana wrote:

Please don’t purchase any EverReady product. Last Year I was purchased two rechargeable fans, both are in bad condition.

I do not prefer to eveready product.

I am not advocating for all EverReady products. But LED bulbs are better than Phillips in terms of efficiency.

If you don’t want to buy EverReady then buy some other brand bulb which provide 100 or more lumens per watt.

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Aree bhai aisa maat bol , mere ghar mai sab Philips led 9w use ho rahe hai.
Bekar ki tension mai bechare bulbs ki capabilities per shak hone lagega

Hahaha.

We are also using lots of Phillips bulbs too but now I am replacing them with other brand bulbs which provide 100 or more lumens per watt.

For example, Phillips 10W LED bulbs provide 900 lumens of light and EverReady 9W LED bulbs provide same 900 lumens. So to receive same light, EverReady bulb is consuming 10% less power. That’s what I am saying.

I can’t comment on durability because I find bulb life more or less same with almost all brand bulbs.

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Roushh wrote:

Hahaha.

We are also using lots of Phillips bulbs too but now I am replacing them with other brand bulbs which provide 100 or more lumens per watt.

For example, Phillips 10W LED bulbs provide 900 lumens of light and EverReady 9W LED bulbs provide same 900 lumens. So to receive same light, EverReady bulb is consuming 10% less power. That’s what I am saying.

I can’t comment on durability because I find bulb life more or less same with almost all brand bulbs.

Ok will try eveready.

Will also get at lesser price than Philips.
Thanks for details.

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