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    The John

    £21.95

    **B22 ON SALE**

    A vintage-style, classic T30 Long Tube Light Bulb featuring a unique ‘arrow’ shape LED Filament housed inside a clear glass cover. Guaranteed for 2 years and backed with a 30,000 hour lifespan, this energy-efficient 6W LED Filament Tube Light Bulb replaces a 60W incandescent T30 tube bulb and is available in 2.7K (Warm) and 2.2K (Very Warm) colour temperatures, providing a delicate, vintage glow to your interior. Perfect for adding interest to your restaurant, bar, club, hotel or café.

    All LED bulbs from our Bright Goods range deliver 100 Lumens per Watt, with The John delivering 600 Lumens. Available in Edison Screw (E27) and Bayonet (B22) end caps. They last ten times longer than traditional filament and incandescent lights and use ten times less energy too!

    Trade pricing available! Contact us on sales@brightgoods.co.uk or call 01276 691 230.

    As seen in: Baron's PubsDoubleTree by Hilton, Fuller’s Pubs (nationwide), Greene King Pubs, Handmade Burger Co, John Lewis, Nando’s (nationwide), River Island, Temple Brew House and Youngs Pubs. 

    • WATTAGE – 6W (30,000 hours)
    • BASE/CAP – Edison Screw E27 and Bayonet B22
    • SIZE - Ø 30mm x 225mm (T30)
    • LUMENS - 600
    • GLASS - Clear
    • DIMMABLE - Yes

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