10 X GU10 80 LED CLUSTER LOW ENERGY SAVING LIGHT BULBS WARM WHITE ** HIGH POWER OUTPUT FOR REPLACING 40 - 50W HALOGEN **
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- 10 X GU10 80 LED ENERGY SAVING BULBS IN WARM WHITE (Please see our other items or contact us for Multi Packs of this product)
- LATEST TECHNOLOGY WITH 80 SUPERBRIGHT LED'S
- USES ONLY 3W AND EMITS THE SAME OUTPUT AS 40-50W HALOGEN
- 30' VIEWING ANGLE, DAY WHITE 3000 - 3500K
- 50,000 HR LONGLIFE - TOP QUALITY ITEM FOR A VERY LOW PRICE
These low energy GU10 LED Bulbs use 80 Super-bright LED's to emit the same equivalent of light as a regular 40-50w Halogen bulb. The GU10 bulbs use only 3w of energy saving you £100s each year and will very rarely need replacing as they have a 50,000hr long life. The item is WARM WHITE (3000k - 3500k) and passes all UK safety regulations. As with all our items these bulbs are of the highest quality and we offer a one year guarantee on any bulb sold....
Top Customer Reviews
I didn't fancy paying 15 quid each for the aluminium heatsink GE ones from ASDA that look like the end of a Dalek's cattle prod, and thought that these might do the trick at less than half the price. Since I have now benefited from the good reviews placed here I thought I would, indeed I fell obliged, to add to them. The bulbs are great, fit properly into the housings without bending the little clip thingy and are very bright indeed. In fact so bright that I have migrated some of the old 12 LED bulbs to the periphery of the room. This helps to highlight the difference in 'warmth' of the new 80 LED bubs which are distinctly yellower that the quite white 12 LEDs. The mix doesn't bother me, but I thought I'd point it out, and mention how happy I am to be able to see properly where I'm going.
Probably the best thing I've bought since I found the second copy of 'Killer Diller' by Jackie Mittoo and the Soul Brothers
These bulbs are marked 4W GU10 and need careful insertion into the down lighter holders because of the projection of the surface mounted LEDs to avoid an uneven appearance. They are undoubtedly dimmer than a halogen 50w GU10 and the light is more diffuse but not critically so. They are as bright as the 6W bulbs I had purchased previously, costing twice as much, which other reviewers had said were the best they had found.
So 40w of electricity burnt per hour rather than 500w for a similar amount of light. Pay backtime 1200hrs!.
I check the power energy readings then switched the halogen lights on and saw an increase .310 kw , 3 hours on is .91 of a unit.
I replaced the bulbs with the leds and the change in illumination was drastic .
I couldnt figure out what the change was , the room seemed to be brightly lit yet the change was there , I could read a book easily and I am 67 , I could navigate across the room .
When I checked the photographs it became obvious there were 6 distinct pools of light on the carpet with the halogen and none with the leds .
We have used downlighters for 25 years and I guess it will have to get used to a less directional light if its cost effective.
Is it ? We reckon 80% of our electricity is lights and the outdoor freezer.
When I repeated the consumption test the consumption was 10% of that using halogen the room seems bright enough for us to do everything we used to do so we will see if we can get used to the change .
The fitting we have is gui10 downlighter .
Reducing my electricity bill 50-60% seems worth a second look .
Imagine if everyone went down this route we would need 1 power station instead of 10 and no windmills.
I started with 50w halogens which are bold and bright, then I went onto bulbs with little florescent tubes in them. These were 7 watts and although I could live with their taking a little while to warm up their light was rather dull. I didn't like them. And so to these LEDs. Although they are advertised as 3 watt they have 4 watt stamped on them. I have one room with 8 of them and one with 10. They do not spread light around the ceiling and in my yellow-walled room they give a sultry sort of look to the place. Compared to the florescents they are a vast improvement and I think I actually prefer them to the halogens as the halogens I now think are rather harsh.
Not just because their power consumption is only 8% of the halogens I think I like them. No, I know I like them. Yep, they're my favourite and I shall be ordering some more.
They certainly screw in and out easier than the halogens.....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It lasts nothing like claimed. It broke down withing 4 months. I ended up buying GU10 LED bulbs from Tesco and B&Q. Read morePublished 6 months ago by HT
Bought 10 of these to replace G10 Halogens in kitchen 12 months ago. All have dimmed due to failure of individual LEDs in the cluster. Read morePublished on 20 Sept. 2013 by Nigel
Just like Tony the tiger said... They're great! I've had no problems at all. Would definitely recommend. Go for it!Published on 12 Jun. 2013 by P. Hamilton
I have just had the most extraordinary conversation with one of the owners of Brightlightz. I have over the last 18 months bought about 120 led bulbs from this company, some... Read morePublished on 5 Jun. 2013 by Rodv
I bought a sample set and was impressed by the light given off and the length of light. I have changed all my GU10 to these.Published on 25 April 2013 by Graham C Martin
A very good low wattage product but not really Warm White despite the description. I would be interested in finding a supply of these low wattage LED lamps but with Warm White... Read morePublished on 27 Mar. 2013 by D. Watts
Using for garage lighting and is a lot more economical than previous bulbs with just as good output. Not too glarey.Published on 5 Mar. 2013 by nina simmons
I bought these bulbs to give a better light in my kitchen and installed 6 of them. At first they were excellent but the strength of light doesn't last. Read morePublished on 23 Jan. 2013 by Blanche