Lighting + Lighting Design
Aug 27, 2010 10:17 am
Our builder has supplied by default the following oyster lights to the bedrooms and study.
These lights take a ES fancy round globe, which is considerably shorter than the standard light globe fitting (max 75mm tall). I am concerned I won't be able to find any energy efficient globes to put in these light fittings.
Does anyone have any suggestions aside from replacing the oyster lights altogether? I have seen 5w CFL fancy round globes, but I can't see those lighting a room up much and even they seem to tall to fit.
Re: fancy round globes are there energy efficient alternativ2
Aug 28, 2010 4:22 am
there are Halogen bulbs that should do the trick bunnings stock them
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