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John Hopkins
15-02-2015, 04:36 PM
Anyone know where I can get one of these?

wagner bp1210/h4 bulb 80/100w

John.

Peirre
15-02-2015, 05:50 PM
Have you tried cross matching the numbers ?
Have a look at the Lucas bulb catalogue http://www.lucas-electrical.cz/files/xcb604bulbscatalogue.pdf
You should be able to locate the correct number for it

John Hopkins
17-02-2015, 04:45 PM
Prices are crazy..

I found an equivalent for £35 each 80/100w H4 then tried ebay uk 80/100w H4 two for £2.99 inc postage. so I figured I could afford the price of a drink.

John.

BikerGran
17-02-2015, 06:16 PM
I have some daffodil bulbs I haven't planted...

John Hopkins
17-02-2015, 08:11 PM
I wondered if someone was going to suggest Amsterdam.

John.

BikerGran
17-02-2015, 08:14 PM
No, I think mine came from the garden centre down the road.

SS2
18-02-2015, 12:38 PM
You're both thinkng of Beavers. Hamsters don't build dams:confused:

John Hopkins
18-02-2015, 02:08 PM
You're right, I was thinking of Beavers!

Anyway, the bulbs arrived today..Halogen H4 100/80 headlamp bulb made in Italy £2.99 for two inc P&p..

They should light up the road..

John.

Sir Ewok
19-02-2015, 04:04 PM
Robert DeNiro's calling........Italian Electrics.

Italian and Electric are two words that should never go together, just ask yourself...£2.99 for two or £35 each, which may actually light up the road for more than 5 miles (riding distance not beam length, before some Smartarse comments).

John Hopkins
19-02-2015, 07:24 PM
Robert DeNiro's calling........Italian Electrics.

Italian and Electric are two words that should never go together, just ask yourself...£2.99 for two or £35 each, which may actually light up the road for more than 5 miles (riding distance not beam length, before some Smartarse comments).

I have read the fine print on the boxes, they are imported from Poland by an Italian company.. I'm not sure whether that is better or worse..

I suspect that if I was selling these bulbs I would buy them for £2.99 for two and rebox them with a £35 label.

But what the hell I have two for £2.99 hang the expense.. I still have something left over from the bag I found in a café at Southwold marked T&B fund.

John.

Sir Ewok
20-02-2015, 12:55 PM
But what the hell I have two for £2.99 hang the expense.. I still have something left over from the bag I found in a café at Southwold marked T&B fund.

John.

I could have bought two hats with that money.......:(

John Hopkins
20-02-2015, 01:41 PM
You still have plenty of life in the one you already bought.. and anyway if hats only cost £1.49 each why did you claim £10 expenses for that one..

Are you fiddling the expenses..

Does this mean you are standing for Parliament?

John.

Sir Ewok
21-02-2015, 06:22 PM
You still have plenty of life in the one you already bought.. and anyway if hats only cost £1.49 each why did you claim £10 expenses for that one..

Are you fiddling the expenses..

Does this mean you are standing for Parliament?

John.

£ 1.49 is the price before EAT, VAT insurance and P&P, which brings it to £32,987,000.01. This is about the same price as a NASA socket set.

Why bother to stand as an MP when we own HSBC? claim loads of expenses, get massive bonuses for screwing the economy and paying no tax, Luvvly Jubbly!:rolleyes: