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Philips 5W (50W) GU10 Master LED Value Spot Light, 2700K Warm White, Dimmable [Energy Class A+]
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- 5.3W (Ideal replacement for 50W bulbs), 355 lm (lumens)
- Retrofit for existing GU10 sockets, Instant full brightness, Dimmable
- Save up to £168GBP per bulb on your electricity bill*, A+ energy efficiency label
- 2700K Colour Temperature (Warm White)
- Life expectancy 25000 hours / 17 years**, 85% energy cost savings
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MAS LEDspotMV D 5.3-50W GU10 827 36D Philips MASTER VALUE LED GU10 Spot Light. Delivering MASTER LED quality and performance with a lifetime of 25,000 hours. MLEDV5WG102736D
*Savings calculated on a per bulb basis based on electricity cost of 14.9p/kWh over the life time of the product.
**Life expectancy calculation is based on 4 hours per day, 7 days per week.
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I have previously tested both the Philips GU10 50 Watt MV Master LED Spot 6, 3000 K, Neutral White and the Philips MASTER LED 5.5W GU10 Spot Light, Warm White, Dimmable (50W Halogen Replacement) versions, in a variety of colours, and have to say that when comparing this 5.3W version, it is definitely the best to date. For example, it has a better efficacy than previous versions as it manages to consume less power (albeit only marginally) but produces a significantly brighter output. This is noticeable when comparing to my existing halogen bulbs - the LED is definitely brighter.
The LEDs are also spread more widely across the surface of the bulb and although the bean angle is slightly less than previous versions, I think that this is compensated for by the spread of the LEDs. Therefore, the spread of light is perfectly satisfactory, in my view.
Of course, there is often a cost to be suffered when improvements are made and something that has become apparent in this version is a very slight delay on start up. However, while this delay is noticeable, I would think that it's no more than 1 second and so something that it probably easy enough to get used to.
The lifespan has also significantly reduced to 25,000 hours from 40,000 hours, although the cost has not significantly reduced.Read more ›
As mentioned in another LED lamp review, the Which? Consumer organisation and its published magazine for December 2014, has an article on the fact that LEDs are not lasting as long as manufactures have been claiming. As they done a large sampling test of lamps. That said recently produced lamps are performing better, although there is still room for improvement. The article should be available on-line - it is worth having a look.
As I have experimented with various LED replacement bulbs (ten in total now, all different), I have discovered that the key numbers to look out for are the colour temperature and the beam angle. Whether a bulb consumes 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 or 5.5 watts (this one 5.3 watts) really isn't hugely important when replacing a bulb using almost ten times as much power - and anyway, how accurate within that wattage range is the claim? Neither am I too bothered whether a bulb boasts an average life of 15,000 hours, 40,000 hours, or something in between. In most home situations, even 15,000 hours of use is likely to extend over ten years or more, 40,000 so long that we will in all likelihood be changing the light units before the bulb blows - if we are still living in the same house. So long as other performance features of the bulb meet my needs, and the unit cost of the bulb is right, even 15,000 hours will do for me. This bulb claims a life of 25,000 hours, so I have no concerns about that.
In a commercial situation, where lights in, say, a shop window, could be on for more than 8500 hours a year, bulb life might be a consideration and, given that it is dimmable, this bulb could be regarded as being aimed at the commercial sector. Dimmer switches tend only to operate satisfactorily on circuits with at least 40 watts of lighting. That's eight or more of these bulbs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased 24 of these Philips Gu10 5.3w warm wight units, along with some cheaper brands during a refit of all our ceiling lights last year in April 2015. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Banzaiboy
Very similar in colour, brightness, and spread of light to standard halogen bulbs (if anything they might be slightly brighter). Recommended.Published 3 months ago by Nempnet Thrubwell
I really liked this one. Gives a lovely light and feels solid. They are not the cheapest but they are very very good.Published 4 months ago by H. Hammerzon
I've tried the megaman brand of LEDs that get good reviews, but it was just too cold in colour temp even though it claims to be 2800K. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Matthew Chan
I recently decided that the time was right to replace 26 x 50W 12v halogen ceiling down-lighters in our house with more energy efficient LEDs. Read morePublished 12 months ago by M Dargan
This GU10 LED spot bulb is the latest in energy-saving efficiency and creates a powerful warm spot that draws much less power than traditional bulbs. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dr. P. J. A. Wicks