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Long Life Lamp Company GU10 5 Watt Super Bright LED with New Chip Technology, Warm White 50w replacements

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  • Super Bright LED, 5 watt equivalent to 50w
  • Instant light when switched on, 3000 Kelvin colour temperature
  • Same size as Halogen GU10 lamps - Fits in any standard GU10 Down light Spotlight
  • Long Life Lamp Company quality manufactured LED bulbs
  • 5 Year warranty, Fitted with New Chip Technology
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Technical Details
Brand Long Life Lamp Company
Item Weight41 g
Product Dimensions6.4 x 5.4 x 5.2 cm
Item model numberLLLCLED27SMDGU105W
Part Number LLLCLED27SMDGU105W
Number of Items1
Colour Warm white
Shape Spot
Voltage 240 volts
Batteries Required?No
Type of Bulb LED
Cap Type GU10
EU Energy Efficiency Label A
Luminous Intensity 400 candela
Wattage 5 watts
Bulb Features not dimmable
Colour Temperature 3000 Kelvin
Average Life 30000 hours
Bulb Diameter 50 millimetres
Bulb Length 50 millimetres
Beam Angle 90 degrees
Start Up Time instant
Warm Up Time instant
  
Additional Information
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Best Sellers Rank 25 in Lighting (See top 100)
Shipping Weight41 g
Date First Available7 Jan 2012
  
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Product Description

Product Description

27 SMD 5050i SMD LED fitted with New Chip Technology, One of the most powerfull energy saving lamp in GU10 with 50w light out put brightness, beautiful and stylish light bulb. Only 5w and No heat release cool running bulb which is combined with the latest LED technology featuring high brightness light output with wide beam angle for diffuse light is ideal for general purpose room lighting, The second generation with Super Bright light output, Constructed to high quality with extended, Fitted with New Chip Technology SS4 16 Chip reliability for long life, with Aluminium Body, CE

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Box Contains: 1 x LED Lamp

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512 of 522 people found the following review helpful By Handyman on 30 April 2012
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We now have 44 of these Long Life Lamp Company GU10 LED bulbs and they are excellent. We have a combination of two types:

- PURE WHITE (in the kitchen and bathrooms): GU10 5W LED Super Bright PURE WHITE Colour 55w Replacement for Halogen bulb with New SMD Chip Technology 400 Lumens
- WARM WHITE (in all other rooms): Long Life Lamp Company GU10 5 Watt Super Bright LED with New Chip Technology, Warm White 50w replacements

After initially thinking we'd use Pure White everywhere (as it looks brighter), after trying some in the bedrooms and hallways we found the light too stark and went for Warm White for those areas instead. This aligns with many other reviews I've seen - it seems this is the combination most people opt for in the end.

Overall I've researched about 300+ different GU10 LED bulbs online and tried 7 different samples for real, and I think these are the best. I calculate that at they current price £8.95 they pay back in under 1800 hours use - well under 3 years if they are on for 2 hours a day on average.

If you're looking for GU10s to replace 50W Halogen ones then consider the following:

1) Light output: These are 400 Lumens and, to my eyes, very similar light level to 50W Halogens. Many other 5W LED bulbs offer lower Lumens output. I've tried others are they look obviously dull.

2) Length: Standard Halogen GU10s are 50mm diameter x 55mm long (to the end of pins). Many bright LED ones are much longer than this and may not fit in your holders.
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67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By H Storey on 6 Aug 2013
I installed ten of these but unfortunately even in a kitchen I found them just too clinical, even after a week they seemed harsh - plus although they were advertised as 120 degree beam angle they were in fact 90 degree on the box, an error Amazon has since rectified.

I swapped over for Sebson 5W warm white LED bulbs which I also bought on Amazon. the Sebson bulbs quoted a greater beam angle of 110 degree which in real life didn't make a great deal of difference but the Sebson bulbs are definitely a nice warmer white and a lot nearer if not identical to halogen bulbs. They also have frosted glass lens which helps to mask the bright yellow light chips which did look a little cheap on the Long Life Company bulbs.

Subject to reliability (they're German and have good reviews on Amazon.de so cross fingers) then my preference is definitely the Sebson Bulbs for warmth and looks.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Annandtheking on 27 Aug 2013
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Originally thought they were a great product. Bought them to replace GU10 50w halogen bulbs, to cut down on electricity costs. Within 3/4 months, one of the bulbs has already given up, and at £6+ a time this is certainly not a saving. Certainly not long life bulbs. I am very disappointed.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Joseph Inglis on 12 Oct 2012
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Hi,

I have approx 40 GU10 50W 240V Osram & Sylvan bulbs around my house. My wife and teenage kids seem to enjoy heating the house via the bulbs. That's the only reason i can think of why i would be traipsing around turning lights off after them! Anyway, i already have a few LED cold white (light blue to you and me) bulbs in one of the bathrooms. They are fine but are a stepdown in brightness compared to the bulbs(GU10 50W) that they replaced. I have fitted 6 of these long life LED units in my kitchen and can say that the light emitted is at a higher level than the 6 of GU10 50 Watt Osram bulbs that they have replaced. The light that they throw is also slightly starker than the old bulbs. Best way to describe this is that GU10 50 watts throw a quite flattering and mellow slightly yellow light. These LED bulbs throw a slightly brighter sharper and whiter light. I will buy more of these and will repace my GU10's as i go. It is strange to be able to put my hand up against a light unit after it has been on for 5 minutes(never mind 10 seconds) and feel no heat!

Talking of which, i have also purchased and fitted a set of Radflek radiator reflectors. No kidding, these work and i wish i had fitted them years ago. My rooms (in fact the whole 12 room house,) is getting up to temperature a lot faster and the radiator thermostats are kicking in and turning the radiators off. Just shows that there is a huge amount of output from the radiators bleeding into the walls. I make no money from this just, passing on what i found to be an ace no brainer easy fit product for energy saving for cash & CO2.

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If you are willing to go that far why don't you make your own beer as well? Don't ask me why but i'm just not that into giving my money to big corporations! Cheers :)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Lau on 16 July 2013
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I think it's a given that GU10 LEDs are the way forward in terms of lighting efficiency. But if you are looking for a "Warm white" halogen replacement, then the search continues...The LLL Co GU10s arrived within 48h of ordering from Amazon. The packaging was secure and the dimension of the new bulbs fitted the lamp holders without any trouble.

The lights are not "Warm white" or 'halogen-equivalent'- I had one LED GU10 fitted in a socket adjacent to a 50W halogen GU10 about 20" apart. The LED produces (subjectively, at least) a cool white light. I wasn't too bothered as I plan to fit the remaining LEDs I bought in the guest bathroom, but I'll need to look elsewhere when I plan to change my existing GU10s in the kitchen and dining room areas. Will buy about 40 GU10s, so at £6/bulb it will be quite an outlay if it's not quite to spec.

Light output is comparable with a halogen's and spread/dispersion not much different either. (Tip: Don't stare directly at the lights. Wear sunglasses or better still, place a bowl of water under the lights and examine their reflections).
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