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GU10 LED BULBS 900CD 4.7W 8 PACK COOL WHITE at Screwfix for £9.99

£9.99 @ Screwfix
I seen a few posts about GU10 LED bulbs but these work out a bit cheaper at £1.25 each, seems a bargain to me Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
I seen a few posts about GU10 LED bulbs but these work out a bit cheaper at £1.25 each, seems a bargain to me
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Thanks - the whole lot of led are on sale at screwfix and I actually almost bought the 10 pack LAP ones but this is much better it seems in spec although less hours for total use (15,000 hours I think compared to 25000)

Main thing for me is I have been trying to find diall bulbs to match the existing set - I bought 20 for one side of the kitchen when they were on offer prior to the rebranding at B&Q but could never find the same lumen output diall's for the other side...these are pretty close so have bought two packs
#2
Could someone help me please? It says equivalent wattage 50W. What does this mean as it says 4.7W too...
1 Like #3
it's equivalent to a 50w in terms of output of a halogen bulb but as it's led, only uses 4.7w so friendly on your bills :)
#4
aj84
it's equivalent to a 50w in terms of output of a halogen bulb but as it's led, only uses 4.7w so friendly on your bills :)


Hi, thanks for that. How big is your kitchen by the way? I'm planning on fitting some in my new kitchen and not sure how many to get. It's about 19m2 so about 5 metres by 4 metres.
Cheers
#5
Good price have some heat.
#6
eesh - now you're asking questions. This is actually for my parents kitchen which is a kitchen/dining so it's fairly large. We have 20 on the dining side and from memory 12 or 15 on the kitchen side/ But have no idea on size of kitchen until I go there again :)
#7
aj84
eesh - now you're asking questions. This is actually for my parents kitchen which is a kitchen/dining so it's fairly large. We have 20 on the dining side and from memory 12 or 15 on the kitchen side/ But have no idea on size of kitchen until I go there again :)


Ah right. No worries. Sorry for the questions.
1 Like #8
aj84
eesh - now you're asking questions. This is actually for my parents kitchen which is a kitchen/dining so it's fairly large. We have 20 on the dining side and from memory 12 or 15 on the kitchen side/ But have no idea on size of kitchen until I go there again :)

There are several online calculators, try something like:

http://www.charlstonlights.com/led-light-requirement-calculator

Based on your room size something like 12 would seem about right, 3 rows of 4?
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cleverguy12
aj84
it's equivalent to a 50w in terms of output of a halogen bulb but as it's led, only uses 4.7w so friendly on your bills :)


Hi, thanks for that. How big is your kitchen by the way? I'm planning on fitting some in my new kitchen and not sure how many to get. It's about 19m2 so about 5 metres by 4 metres.
Cheers


usually one every metre or slightly less. I'd also fit them in banks and with a dimmer to give you more control. need dimmable LEDs though
#10
I done my whole house with LAP led from here and I have saved a fortune already!
#11
I tend to go for warm white, do you prefer this for your bathrooms/kitchens?
#12
Heat added thanks
#13
Just bought 6 packs
#14
cool white - wont not look very nice in any room AVOID!!
#15
cold from me sorry - which is how you'll be feeling if you've fitted these!!!
1 Like #16
If you want a modern, clean look, you may prefer the cleaner, brighter feel of a cool white lamp (4000K+). Cool white light contains more blue light and looks brighter to the eye (this is why cool white bulbs have a higher lumen output when compared to the equivalent warm white bulb).
#17
Cool white, works well in bathrooms and kitchens. I have these there and you can SEE what you are doing. Which is important in these rooms. It's probably also why butcher shops have cool white lights.

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