Philips Master LED 4.3 W (50 W) GU10 Spot Light, Warm White, 60 Degree Beam Angle, Dimmable, Halogen Replacement - Pack of 40 [Energy Class A++]. Amazon. £99.99. - HotUKDeals
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Philips Master LED 4.3 W (50 W) GU10 Spot Light, Warm White, 60 Degree Beam Angle, Dimmable, Halogen Replacement - Pack of 40 [Energy Class A++]. Amazon. £99.99.

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Back down to £99.99 on Amazon. Seems a great price for 40 of the Master range of LED GU10 lights from Philips. RRP £338.53. Read More
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Back down to £99.99 on Amazon. Seems a great price for 40 of the Master range of LED GU10 lights from Philips. RRP £338.53.
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#1
Might be good for a shop, but what the hell would a household need 40 bulbs for?
(Unless you wanted to give your friends/family boring Christmas presents for the next few years!)
#2
118luke
Might be good for a shop, but what the hell would a household need 40 bulbs for?
(Unless you wanted to give your friends/family boring Christmas presents for the next few years!)
GU10 is a pretty common fitting, you might have central fittings with (say) 4 in a dining room or more in a kitchen and four or more as downlighters in a room. So I don't think 40 is a large amount.
#3
Thats really cheap for philips bulbs
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118luke
Might be good for a shop, but what the hell would a household need 40 bulbs for?
(Unless you wanted to give your friends/family boring Christmas presents for the next few years!)
A big house
#5
That's a good find. Forty isn't that many. I've got 25 just in three rooms and hallway.
2 Likes #6
Remember that these are 'spotlights', so If you want to replace your existing GU10 bulbs to light up a room, go for 90 degree or 120 degree beam angle. Using 60 degree ones will look like you have a torch.


Edited By: g8ryj on Jan 15, 2017 08:06: Added 90,120
#7
missed out last time so bought. thanks

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