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Reon 4.5W LED GU10 Energy Saving Spot Light (Replaces 50W Halogen Bulbs) [Energy Class A+]
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- Up to 85% energy cost savings, Life expectancy 20000 hours/14 years*
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- Retrofit for existing GU10 sockets, 5 Year Guarantee
- 4.5W (Ideal replacement for 50W), 250lm (lumens), Non-dimmable
- Instant full brightness, Warm white with a 45 degree beam angle
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Lamp efficiency is rated on a scale of A to G
Lamp efficiency is rated on a scale of A to G A+
This 4.5 watt LED PAR16 COB lamp is the perfect energy efficient and high quality solution to directly replace traditional Halogen bulbs. The unique Chip On Board technology helps to deliver the same ambience as halogen, while delivering huge energy savings of up to 85% over halogen lamps without compromising on brightness. Complete with a popular GU10 base, this LED lamp produces an output of 230lm in 3000. It also has a long life of up to 20, 000 hours.
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Top Customer Reviews
Pluged it in and I said, "Let there be light!" And there was light. It was instant. With a flick of a switch.
Borrowed a machine from my brother-in-law (if I remembered it's name I would have mentioned it here.)and the machine told me that this light bulb consumed less electric than my normal light bulbs.
I did the calculations and based on their price I think you get into saving by year two.
Ordered 7 more to replace the current ones in the kitchen. (I will still use the existing bulbs in a bedroom lamp.)
Nothing. I'm not paying extra for prime delivery.
All matching bulbs in my kitchen.
No rest for me. Turned on. Off. On again. Superb, more energy efficient light bulbs.
The question the reader needs to ask is
What is the light power like compared to ordinary halogen bulbs?
I received my bulb for review and decided to test the bulb along side other halogen.
Firtsly the light given is instantaneous- no waiting for it to warm up like low energy bulbs.
The light was instant and bright.
If anything the light given is much better than the four halogen ones we have in our bedroom.
The light is described as 'warm' and this is perfect for a bedroom.
If you bought the harsher bright lights this would simply be too much. Save those type for the kitchen.
When I held my hand to the bulb I felt no heat given out,
I compared this to the halogen's output of heat. I had to withdraw my hand quickly because with that heat I could could grill a pork chop.
The reon remained cool.
That is where most of the energy goes on heat. The halogen type are very heavy on energy use.
The light remained constant and better than the halogen after a long testing.
hard to believe the power consumption is a mere 4 watts
The blurb on the back boasts a fabulous A+ rating for power consumption.
I will be ordering 3 more to replace the existing halogen ones.
The packaging was adequate and protective, I need notice a 'rattle; from the bulb and expected it to have been damaged in transit but this was not the case.
Whether I have a rogue one or this is a feature of the bulbs i do not know.
When fitting the bulb it seemed to be a little tight as if the 'prongs' were closer together than the halogen ones.
A simple glance to line the settings up was all it took.Read more ›
I will come back and update this review when I have more information.
Well, it's been five months (It's now the end of August) and this light is still going strong. The light, I think, is actually stronger than regular halogens and I don't think I'll ever buy any other type of build again.
More expensive outlay but so far my other LED has outlasted 4 standard GU10 in the last 12 months so the next ones to go will also be replaced with LED.
There is, however, a sizeable BUT. I have some GU10 lampholders, admittedly about 10 years old, in which the bulb or lamp is held in place by a wire circlip. The lugs of the clip need 8-10mm of flat surface around the bottom edge of the lamp (face down). The plastic housing of this one (see picture) does not provide that.
The lamp is fine, however, in my newer lampholders, which have a threaded plastic ring to hold the lamp in place.
3000k is at the white end of 'warm white'; 2700k is closer to what most of us would think of as warm white.
And the angle of spread of the light, 46 degrees, is wider than most GU10s and their LED replacements. So it sheds a little more light higher up any adjacent wall than those in the more usual 36 to 40 degree range, but in this case that doesn't seem to seriously detract from the amount of light that reaches the floor from the height of a normal domestic ceiling.
20,000 hours is only half the specified average life of some LED lamps, but in most home situations 20,000 hours of use is likely to extend over a good ten years. How many of us can be confident that we will still be using the same light units, or even living in the same house, ten or more years from now? So long as the price is right, this one will do for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The problem with halogen bulbs is their tendency to blow after only a short time. The harsh light can also be a problem, although some people like that. Read morePublished on 20 Jun. 2014 by Patrick Neylan
The bulbs that this little beauty is replacing in the kitchen were so hot they'd give you a burn if you touched them and you could feel the heat if you put your hand within a foot. Read morePublished on 17 May 2014 by Mr. D. Swan
I was interested in trying out LED replacements for my halogen bulbs.
However, the shape of this bulb is not the same as a standard halogen bulb, which means that it... Read more
For an energy saving product, it's lovely and bright - I really don't notice the difference between this and my usual, standard GU10 fittings. Read morePublished on 3 May 2014 by R. WEST-SOLEY
I've replaced nearly all of my GU10 halogen bulbs with LED.
As far as I can tell there are two main types:
- ones with multiple smaller LEDs that combined give... Read more
It works. It lights up brightly. It was simple to fit. By the power of its illumination, I can read, eat, improvise world domination devices, write my plan for conquering the known... Read morePublished on 18 April 2014 by M. W. Hatfield
Gives off a good light.
But will have to come back in 14 years time to confirm longevity! Read more
This is a crowded marketplace now for these bulbs. If it lasts the suggested 14 years this will be a star performer at it's very low pricePublished on 17 April 2014 by fivestarfrankie
I've accumulated many different LED bulbs now and this Reon is the latest edition to my collection. It's pretty decent to be honest. Read morePublished on 17 April 2014 by KMW