July 21, 2014 at 11:38 #14690rhlangdonParticipant
Not E14 candle bulbs but yes to B22 candles – Megaman Incanda-LED 5 watt. They work fine with the 400 series switch.
Today I had delivered
Megaman 8.5W Opal Classic Dimmable LED (B22)
Megaman 13w Opal Classic Dimmable LED (E27)
Megaman 13w Opal Classic Dimmable LED (B22).
They all work fine with the 400 series switches. Not with the 200 series though. With the latter they can be switched on an off but then they flicker. Not so with the 400 series.
So far I have had 100% success with bulbs and the 400 series switches provided I get those advised to work OK by Magaman as per their list. Have had no problems sourcing them from LEDbulbs.co.uk
Richard.July 21, 2014 at 11:55 #14691ChopperParticipant
They do the opal ones in E14 screws but would rather have a clear candle. Am thinking about trying the Phillips diamond spark – http://www.savemoneycutcarbon.com/product/philips-master-6w-ledcandle-diamondspark/?gclid=COO2gq2s1r8CFULmwgodYX0AIg
I have their corepro bulbs in the kitchen and bathroom and they are very good.July 21, 2014 at 17:11 #14692rhlangdonParticipant
Have got clear and opal. The opal seems to give a nicer, less harsh light.September 1, 2014 at 17:49 #14964ChopperParticipant
Not sure how many people are still following this thread but I decided to take the plunge with these Kosnic 4W dimable candles and am pleased to say they work perfectly. The design is nice as well as it has the transformer hidden in a steel base as opposed to a plastic housing which is more aesthetically pleasing.
Got them from energy bulbs here if anyone else is interested.
Not quite as warm white as the Megaman bulbs but certainly a well made product with good dimming range.
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