6W -9W LED Spotlights (Replaces 35W - 50W) from £9.59 @ Saverstore - HotUKDeals
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LED spotlights last 20+ years, are not affected by temperature (so come on full brightness immediately), don't get hot, are mercury free and more environment friendly than CFL energy saving bulbs. They also tend to cost £20 to £30+ pounds for 6-9W lights (35 - 50+ Watt equivalents).

So the range of LED spots at Saverstore seem to offer incredibly good value.
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#1
OK if you need them today, but 2-3x the price of what they are from China.
http://www.dealextreme.com/p/mr16-3w-3-led-6500k-240-lumen-white-light-bulb-110-260v-54225
http://www.dealextreme.com/p/gu10-3-led-240-lumen-7000k-light-bulb-white-220v-35288

Edited By: snapdragon on May 20, 2011 07:25
#2
Had 2 from China, both failed within a year :( and they were not even used every day.
#3
I got the ones from Dealextreme. They are superb and have replaced my halogens perfectly.
#4
Seems like a good deal
#5
do these give a white light, or yellow light?

Been after these, lower energy types for ages, as currently my 6 draw 300w in total.
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#7
Zameen
1 for £6.49 on the bay from uk only 3w = 50w

http://****.co.uk/MR16-3x1W-LED-BULBS-ENERGY-SAVE-WARM-WHITE-50W-/220786761234?pt=UK_Light_Bulbs&hash=item3367ea9e12#ht_778wt_930

Im after gu10's. but 3w, would these be any good ?
#8
pKaTz
Zameen
1 for £6.49 on the bay from uk only 3w = 50w

http://****.co.uk/MR16-3x1W-LED-BULBS-ENERGY-SAVE-WARM-WHITE-50W-/220786761234?pt=UK_Light_Bulbs&hash=item3367ea9e12#ht_778wt_930

Im after gu10's. but 3w, would these be any good ?



try this one for gu10 on the bay £5 should be good produces 50w for 3w

http://****.co.uk/1X-GU10-3x1W-LED-BULB-3W-Warm-WHITE-50W-/320635831683?pt=UK_Light_Bulbs&hash=item4aa7628583#ht_1411wt_802
#9



Your link doesn't seem to be complete so I can't tell who is claiming that 3W=50W but that's well off the mark! It varies a bit from make to make (you really need to compare lumens) but 9W=50W is more realistic for GU10 and MR16 spotlights.





Edited By: CannyJack on May 21, 2011 05:38: adding missed word
#10


But the ones on your link are 3W. The ones on the posted deal are 6W & 9W!!!!

Also, this is hotUKDeals. Yes you can get lamps from China (and probably get away with not paying tax on them) but you can wait weeks for them to turn up and what protection have you got if they're faulty?



Edited By: CannyJack on May 21, 2011 05:36
#11
That's what I thought too. 3 watts is not enough. Also do these leds produce enough light for use or just for show.
I know some only operate in smaller angles, ie 30 degrees.
#12
pKaTz
That's what I thought too. 3 watts is not enough. Also do these leds produce enough light for use or just for show.
I know some only operate in smaller angles, ie 30 degrees.


If you click through to the deal you'll find that they quote 60 degree coverage (or at least, the ones I looked at did), so they should provide practical working light rather feature lighting.
#13
pKaTz
do these give a white light, or yellow light?


Sorry, missed this question earlier. The site quotes two colour ranges Warm White and Pure or Cool White. They give the colour temperature as: 3200 – 3500K (Warm White) "equivalent to a halogen bulb or photoflood" and 5000 – 6500K (Pure or Cool white) which "gives a daylight effect".
Open sunlight is about 5500K so anything beyond that starts to look slightly blue. On my digital SLR on the white balance settings it refers to the values up in the 6000K range as being either shadow or overcast lighting. Old fashioned 100W pearl bulbs (of fond memory) had a colour temperature of around 2800K. Photoflood bulbs are the sort of thing that used to get pointed at you if you went to a studio for a portrait and as I recall were a pretty strong.white. These days, of course, studio flash units area used.

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