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Philips LED 50W GU10 Twinpack £9.99 @ Wickes

£9.99 @ Wickes
Twin pack for £9.99 Cheapest I've seen these bulbs. Philips 50W GU10 LED Twinpack delivering high light output with approx 90% energy saving - A+ Energy Rating - Approx 90% energy saving - Twi… Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
Twin pack for £9.99
Cheapest I've seen these bulbs.

Philips 50W GU10 LED Twinpack delivering high light output with approx 90% energy saving
- A+ Energy Rating
- Approx 90% energy saving
- Twinpack
- Instant Light
- Long Life timeActual Wattage: 4.5 W
Average Life Span: 15,000 hrs
Bulb Fitting: GU10
Equivalent Wattage Range: 50 W
Lumens: 380 lm
Pack Quantity: 2
Colour: Warm White
Energy Efficiency Rating: A+
Manufacturer Model No: 929001115631
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#1
Hot! Wish this deal had been going when I bought my LAP ones from Screwfix a few weeks ago.
#2
50w led. You will be blinded. That's extreme. Mine are 5 watts and are like having 50 watt halogens in. Cold from me
#3
Equiv to 50w, they are 4.5w
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gilly2580
50w led. You will be blinded. That's extreme. Mine are 5 watts and are like having 50 watt halogens in. Cold from me

It's 50w equivalent .. actual wattage is 4.5w.

Do people actual read or understand posts these days? oO
#5
good price for branded led
#6
Do people actual read or understand posts these days? oO

No. Drives me nuts.
#7
Am using the home bargains ecolight bulbs.... £2…49 available in daylight and warm light..... Absolutely brilliant.
#8
Not sure why all the dots in the price. £2.49 it should read
#9
How long do they last ? Years ?
#10
If you had them on for 6hours a day they should last approx 6.8 years I think :/
#11
15,000 hours...

So If we do 15000 / 24 = 625 days
#12
Or almost 21 months, of constant use
#13
You can get 2 for a £1 in pound land
#14
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stephenbond2510
You can get 2 for a £1 in pound land


The poundland ones are not Led.
#15
gilly2580
50w led. You will be blinded. That's extreme. Mine are 5 watts and are like having 50 watt halogens in. Cold from me


Cold because they're the wrong bulbs for you???

Fool.
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ljstrawson
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stephenbond2510
You can get 2 for a £1 in pound land


The poundland ones are not Led.


And will go 'pop' within a week....
#17
Yeah, will last longer than the Chinese crap, worth paying the bit extra :)
#18
I have these. They are great, I was worried that led would be rubbish but would recommend these.
#19
I also got the LAP ones from screwfix.
330lm 2 pack for £9.99.
3 year guarantee.
Excellent light
#20
weemee002
Am using the home bargains ecolight bulbs.... £2…49 available in daylight and warm light..... Absolutely brilliant.

Sounds like a bargain - thanks for the heads-up. I assume they are GU10 LED - are they dimmable? How many watts are they equivalent to?
#21
bassmanbish
weemee002
Am using the home bargains ecolight bulbs.... £2…49 available in daylight and warm light..... Absolutely brilliant.

Sounds like a bargain - thanks for the heads-up. I assume they are GU10 LED - are they dimmable? How many watts are they equivalent to?

the home bargains ecolight bulbs are NOT dimmable
#22
I bought a box of 10 at Asda yesterday ,LED , GU10's , 4w, warm white and they are very good indeed .

Only £20 .
#23
ricko
I bought a box of 10 at Asda yesterday ,LED , GU10's , 4w, warm white and they are very good indeed .

Only £20 .
What manufacturer / make are they? Need some at this price each.
#24
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gilly2580
50w led. You will be blinded. That's extreme. Mine are 5 watts and are like having 50 watt halogens in. Cold from me
Im on the floor in stitches,epic epic fail.
#25
These are the ones below . I been buying quite a few LED's recently and changing my light fittings from bayonet/screw to GU10's .
Some I've paid £2.99 each for and had to be returned as they had a yellow glow to them or they didn't work at all . These Asda one's are the best I've come across for 2 quid each . In fact I would like another box .

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