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Philips Master LED GU10 Spot 4W (35W replacement) Dimmable, Warm White

by Philips
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
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  • Philips Energy Saving LED Spot Light Bulb
  • 4 Watt GU10, 2700K Warm White, Dimmable
  • 275 lumen output, 900 candela, 40 degree beam angle
  • Delivers a warm, halogen-like accent beam suitable for spot or general lighting.
  • 80% energy savings compared to 35W halogens. 40,000 hour life minimises maintenance cost.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Philips
Item Weight54 g
Product Dimensions5.5 x 5 x 5.5 cm
Item model numberMLED4WGU102740D
Part Number 8718291697046
Assembled Depth50 millimetres
Weight 55 grams
Colour Very Warm White
Shape Spot
Voltage 240 volts
Specific Uses General purpose
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Type of Bulb LED
Cap Type GU10
EU Energy Efficiency Label A+
Luminous Intensity 500
Luminous Flux 275 lumen
Wattage 4 watts
Wattage 4 watts
Incandescent Equivalent 35 watts
Bulb Features Dimmable
Colour Temperature 2700 Kelvin
Colour Rendering Index (CRI) 80
Average Life 40000 hours
Switching Cycles 50000 cycles
Bulb Diameter 50 millimetres
Bulb Length 55 millimetres
Beam Angle 40 degrees
Warm Up Time 0.1 (max) s
  
Additional Information
ASINB00ENG292Y
Best Sellers Rank 7,646 in Lighting (See top 100)
Shipping Weight59 g
Date First Available12 Oct 2013
  
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Product Description

Product Description

These Philips MASTER LED spots are compatible with most existing fixtures with a GU10 holder and designed as a retrofit replacement for halogen or incandescent spots.

Product Description

MASTER LEDspotMV D 4-35W GU10 827 40D


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Philips MASTER LEDspot MV vs B&Q Halogen Eco 16 Jan 2014
By Alan VINE VOICE
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Imagine replacing all the GU10 Halogen bulbs in your home with new LED bulbs that use just a seventh (14.28%) of the energy and last 40 times as long. Not only would your electricity bill be significantly lower, you wouldn't have to get up on a step ladder to change your bulbs as often. LED bulbs have certainly come a long way in the last few years, so is it finally time to make the switch?

To answer this question, I thought it would be useful to compare this 4W Philips MASTER LEDspot MV bulb to a standard 28W (35W equivalent) B&Q GU10 Halogen Eco bulb. What I discovered is that the technical characteristics of each bulb, printed on the packaging, cannot be trusted.

Colour temperature (measured in K or kelvin) is something to pay attention to when buying LED bulbs, because they typically give off a cold, blue, clinical light. But, if you can find an LED bulb that matches the colour temperature of a Halogen bulb, then theoretically it should look the same, right? Well, this Philips bulb has a colour temperature of 2700K and is labelled as "Warm White". However, the light it gives off is actually bluer than the light from the B&Q bulb which, at 2800K, actually has a higher colour temperature! That's not to say the Philips bulb looks bad, but the ambience it creates isn't quite as relaxed or as cosy, compared to a standard Halogen bulb.

Beam angle is something else to pay attention to when buying LED bulbs. This Philips bulb has a beam angle of 40˚, whereas the B&Q bulb has a narrower beam angle of 36˚. So, naturally you'd expect the Philips bulb to illuminate a wider area, right? Nope. It turns out the Philips bulb is the more focused of the two, with a narrower beam that limits light to a smaller area, creating sharper shadows.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Much more expensive than other LED brands 20 Feb 2014
By Seren Ade HALL OF FAME TOP 50 REVIEWER
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I can honestly say that I would not have paid this much for a single lightbulb, LED or otherwise. I have replaced lots of lightbulbs in my home with LEDs - both dimmable and non-dimmable varieties and over the last couple of years have noticed clear improvements in the technologies.

The warm white colour of this bulb isn't as warm as the light output by bulbs I had purchased from another brand, but is noticeably on the yellowey side of the spectrum. It's a decent bulb and over a few years would pay for itself (had I purchased it).

However, there are less expensive LED halogen replacements (including dimmable ones) on the market. These too switch on immediately, generate warmish white light at roughly comparable levels to traditional halogen bulbs, yet use far less power. The only significant difference I can find between this bulb and ones costing less than half the price is in terms of projected lifespan. The Philips bulbs are rated for around 25 years of life, whilst my cheaper bulbs are rated for around 20 years. Given the rapid improvements being made in this area of technology, I think I'll stick with buying the less expensive bulbs for now.
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4.0 out of 5 stars One of the better LED lamps 5 Feb 2014
By Mr Gumby TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
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I’ve tried a number of LED lamps – GU9, GU10 and others. This is one of the few that I've been happy to continue using. With others, the output often doesn't match the claim, the light characteristics are unpleasant, or they’re too big. This one is far from perfect but I find it acceptable and like the fact that it’s dimmable.

Philips claim 275 lumens and 35W incandescent equivalence; I’d put it closer to 30W, which the light meter in my camera seems to confirm when I photograph objects under it.

Some people complain that the light it produces is too cold but I like it, especially for task illumination – reading, sewing, etc.

The size is fine – it replaced a halogen in a downlighter without any problems (but NB some older transformers may be unsuitable for LED lamps).

It’s expensive. Will it pay for itself? Probably, but only over several years. Let’s say it really is 35W-equivalent. The 31W saving vs. halogen means 1kW saved in about 32 hours. If it’s switched on for an average of 4 hours/day, that’s 46kW p.a., which, at current rates (no pun intended), means about 6 per year. Even ignoring the cost (and hassle) of replacing halogens every so often, you get your money back in three years or so, and it will last 20-30 years, if the claimed 40,000-hour life is correct (not that I’m likely to be around, to find out!).

If you’re keen to save money, long-term, or just cut your carbon emissions, do buy one of these to try.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 31 Dec 2013
By Mike J VINE VOICE
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Excellent build quality and look very smart. I have normal Halogen spots in various places in the house, and they consume quite a bit of electric, get very hot, and seem to blow regularly. These LED spot bulbs answer all those questions, consuming some 85% less electric, do not get excessively hot and have a life expectancy of 15 years.

This is the 4W (equivalent to 35W) warm white (2700K) version. It's incredibly bright, don't look directly at it. I would say it's brighter than a 35W Halogen, but the light beam is more focused, so you get much more of a `spot' compared to Halogen. The warm white is a yellower shade than normal halogen spots, and are the ideal replacement for the existing standard Halogen bulbs in my bedroom, I found it too yellow for the living room.

They do dim, but I'm using a standard, cheap and cheerful dimmer, rated at 60W min, I tried dimming with a 6W and 3x4W LED bulb (so 18W total), and it only dimmed on the first 5 clicks of the 15 click range, providing 5 big steps from very dark to full bright. Adding two 50W Halogens to the same 4 spot rail, the dim range increased to 7 clicks, indicating the LED bulb load was too low for the dimmer to work correctly. I probably need a more advanced dimmer, but these are generally quite expensive.

This bulb claims to have a better dimming range, compared side by side with the older bulb, but still using the cheap dimmer, I saw no difference in dimming performance.

All in all, a great bulb, especially for bedrooms where the colour is right, but remember to consider the still limited dimming.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Perfect choice of lamp
Due to the fact that I work in the construction industry & in particular electrical engineering it's a widely recognized fact that when installing lamps of any variety, it's a far... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Captain EO
4.0 out of 5 stars Works well
Changed a 4 bulbs to these LED one,s not the most prettiest lamp on the market. But the fact they only use 4W compared to 35-50W Halogen ones and are still dimmable is great. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Tinksjane
5.0 out of 5 stars So far so good
Looks, fits and works well. Also with dimmer switch. Let's see how long it lasts for, which is what would make this product stand out over the traditional competition.
Published 6 months ago by F. Schubert
5.0 out of 5 stars The Master!
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Published 6 months ago by South Londoner
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't Look At The Price!
If you look at the price of this against a standard bulb then you won't buy it!

But if you look at the length this bulb will last and also the fact it is 4 watts instead... Read more
Published 6 months ago by Michael Scott
4.0 out of 5 stars Works well
Very difficult product to review, it works as it should although this product should last a lot longer than normal GU10 lights so time will tell, I will certainly update this... Read more
Published 6 months ago by Bluey1976
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent replacement for halogens
LED lights seem to have come of age. OK These are expensive to buy but when you work out the numbers the energy saving is so great that it easily pays for itself. Read more
Published 6 months ago by J. Brand
4.0 out of 5 stars As good as halogen but with the energy saving potential!
Most LED bulbs have to some extent a very much "whiter" light than halogens, which are typically very yellow, or as some people describe it, "warm". Read more
Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent low energy halogen replacement
Unlike many cheaper LEDs that are meant to replace halogens, this Philips lamp produces a proper "warm white" light that is very much the same as a halogen in colour. Read more
Published 6 months ago by Bernardette Lugner
4.0 out of 5 stars Plenty of light, no warm-up time and lower energy costs
I am gradually replacing all of the standard GU10s in my house with their LED counterparts - not initially because of the energy saving but because I was tired of seemingly... Read more
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