18 Colour Changing Cluster 10W GU10 LED Light Bulb - 2 Pack. £4.99 Was £9.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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18 Colour Changing Cluster 10W GU10 LED Light Bulb - 2 Pack. £4.99 Was £9.99 @ Argos

£4.99 @ Argos
This pack of two colour changing cluster GU10 light bulbs are a Class 1 LED product, which uses 80% less energy than a standard light bulb. These bulbs each have a life of 20,000 hours and are equival… Read More
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This pack of two colour changing cluster GU10 light bulbs are a Class 1 LED product, which uses 80% less energy than a standard light bulb. These bulbs each have a life of 20,000 hours and are equivalent to a standard 10 watt light bulb.
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#1
Thanks for your deal. I've fixed the link and added a merchant to your deal for you :)
#2
Might be a bit hit and miss going off the reviews on the website.
#3
Ordered thanx
#4
10w not very bright then
2 Likes #5
'These bulbs each have a life of 20,000 hours ' - LOL! Now now, let's not be silly.

You'll get half that, at most.

Manufacturers have no incentive to make bulbs that last 20,000hrs. Which is why they generally don't.
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Bought some of these a few months ago, and the difference in each bulb is very visible. Some have quite a bright glow, while others, barely any glow at all. Had 8 bulbs in total, and 5 of them would only switch between 2-4 colours. Had to take back for a refund. Good luck with who ever purchases them - good idea, but not worth the money.
#7
parad1gm
10w not very bright then

A 10w LED Bulb would be pretty bright

According to http://eartheasy.com/live_led_bulbs_comparison.html a 10w LED Bulb is the equivalent of a 60w Incandescent Bulb
#8
Do you know if these are dimmable as well?
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youldyboy
parad1gm
10w not very bright then

A 10w LED Bulb would be pretty bright

According to http://eartheasy.com/live_led_bulbs_comparison.html a 10w LED Bulb is the equivalent of a 60w Incandescent Bulb


It says equivalent to a 10w "bulb" not a 10w led and no way will it be dimmable ....

Bulb
#10
HedgyHoggy
'These bulbs each have a life of 20,000 hours ' - LOL! Now now, let's not be silly.

You'll get half that, at most.

Manufacturers have no incentive to make bulbs that last 20,000hrs. Which is why they generally don't.

They'll probably last 20000 hours if you don't switch them on and off very much and have a surge free supply!
#11
Aren't these the cheap LED bulbs you get off eBay for £1/each?
#12
Bought 2 packs
#13
have used very similar units with a 'mirror ball' only really effective if in a small room and if all the other lights are turned off, saying that, no transformers needed, and fitted very nicely onto a "TROSS" ceiling rack from Ikea (removed middle unit and bodged a maplin mirror ball motor (in a sale) and a Ball I picked up in a charity shop for a couple of quid

The whole lot cost me less than twenty quid including lights, so I wasn't complaining!

Would describe as 'mildly warm' rather than "hot" but added heat anyway.



Edited By: ukhotdeals1 on Dec 15, 2014 00:38: typo

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