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Philips MasterLED GU10 Dimmable Warm White 3000k 5.3W (50W equiv) 240V - £14.03 Delivired @ Discount Electrical

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This is my first deal post, so here goes. I bought some of these off eBay for £10 each last year, and they're just fabulous! I realise the £7.50 delivery sucks, but if you're buying a bulk load to … Read More
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This is my first deal post, so here goes.

I bought some of these off eBay for £10 each last year, and they're just fabulous! I realise the £7.50 delivery sucks, but if you're buying a bulk load to do your kitchen/bathrooms, then it still makes these LED's bloody cheap, and for a decent brand too. I've seen them in John Lewis in the past for £25 each!

Don't forget, these are dimmable, warm white, and a direct replacement for those rubbish 50W GU10 Halogens.

Hope they're of some use to someone, I just ordered 15 :-)

PLEASE NOTE THE PRICE DISPLAYED IS EX VAT (Still a great deal)
- MR GUS

Additional the price showing hitting the link is £4.19 ..NOT £14 Mods please correct,
- MR GUS
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#1
Indeed a good price for decent branded LED's ..Heat!

Just check your dimmer is suitable for LED's (not all are) if in doubt then please splash out on a decent one, led lighting can chop your electricity lighting aspect of bills down in a monumental fashion if you do it correctly.
#2
If you've seen them in John Lewis, will they price match?! X)
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Broadsands
If you've seen them in John Lewis, will they price match?! X)

Not sure.

Was that a lightbulb moment?
#4
These seem very good
#5
any good (warm) 40w g9 replacement recommendations?
#6
Good price for a top brand.

ive been using the screwfix Lap 4.5w ones @5 for 19.99. will order some of these to see how they compare.
#7
wassap
Good price for a top brand.
ive been using the screwfix Lap 4.5w ones @5 for 19.99. will order some of these to see how they compare.

Could you let me know how you find the LAP Screwfix ones please? I have them both non-dimmable in one room and dimmable in another - both warm white. They are very bright though and particularly with the dimmable ones, they seem to hurt my eyes a bit! oO
#8
GeforceXP
Broadsands
If you've seen them in John Lewis, will they price match?! X)
Not sure.
Was that a lightbulb moment?

X)
#9
Excellent price for these. Hot
#10
i bought box of 10 tcp brand in asda 4w = 50w 330 lumens warm white for £29.99. good value. (non dimmable though)
#11
happyharry
i bought box of 10 tcp brand in asda 4w = 50w 330 lumens warm white for £29.99. good value. (non dimmable though)

Yep, Dimmable LED's are notoriously expensive, and in some applications do require LED dimmer swtiches. Personally I don't have LED dimmer switches, they're just the standard ones, but they work fine, although they don't dim 'quite as far' as they should, but they're for the kitchen anyway so generally they're pumped up to their maximum 5.3w each :D
#12
Broadsands
wassap
Good price for a top brand.
ive been using the screwfix Lap 4.5w ones @5 for 19.99. will order some of these to see how they compare.

Could you let me know how you find the LAP Screwfix ones please? I have them both non-dimmable in one room and dimmable in another - both warm white. They are very bright though and particularly with the dimmable ones, they seem to hurt my eyes a bit! oO


They dont dim down as much as I like but yes they are very bright. Im happy with them in the kitchen and bedroom.
#13
Cold.

http://www.ledhut.co.uk/spot-lights/gu10-led-bulbs.html more selection there and a lot cheaper!

For dinners, look at Aurora dimmers or Danlers. They have adjustable potentiometer's so you can customise the dim to suit the lamps/loads. No flickering LED's in my gaff!
#14
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd
#15
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd

£5.50 is more expensive than £5.03 :p
#16
What about the beam angle though? Seems quite narrow?
#17
Got some of the 2700k versions of these last week, beam too narrow and gonna try something else. Colour is ok, a very warm white and they dim down ok, but just too narrow.
#18
jamesbillinge
Cold.

http://www.ledhut.co.uk/spot-lights/gu10-led-bulbs.html more selection there and a lot cheaper!

For dinners, look at Aurora dimmers or Danlers. They have adjustable potentiometer's so you can customise the dim to suit the lamps/loads. No flickering LED's in my gaff!
Yep, I'm interested in the lumilife led dimmable, have you used these? Says 30 day returns etc

Edited By: sparcus on Jan 03, 2015 23:06: Description
#19
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd
GeforceXP
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd

£5.50 is more expensive than £5.03 :p

It sure is but going with your description above I thought they were £14 each.
£5 is a good deal for these led lamps.
#20
how can they justify £7.50 + vat for delivery ?
#21
Dealmonger
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd
GeforceXP
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd

£5.50 is more expensive than £5.03 :p

It sure is but going with your description above I thought they were £14 each.
£5 is a good deal for these led lamps.

My description said £5.03 each plus £7.50 delivery.

I don't know who edited it - but it was not me. I can also spell 'delivered' correctly.

Edited By: GeforceXP on Jan 04, 2015 02:08
#22
GeforceXP
Dealmonger
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd
GeforceXP
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd

£5.50 is more expensive than £5.03 :p

It sure is but going with your description above I thought they were £14 each.
£5 is a good deal for these led lamps.

My description said £5.03 each plus £7.50 delivery.

I don't know who edited it - but it was not me. I can also spell 'delivered' correctly.

If you add one to your basket the price shown is actually £14.03 after delivery (£7.50) & Vat (£2.34) is added by the merchant.
#23
Why are LEDs so expensive when cheaper old style bulbs were so cheap?
#24
wassap
Broadsands
wassap
Good price for a top brand.
ive been using the screwfix Lap 4.5w ones @5 for 19.99. will order some of these to see how they compare.
Could you let me know how you find the LAP Screwfix ones please? I have them both non-dimmable in one room and dimmable in another - both warm white. They are very bright though and particularly with the dimmable ones, they seem to hurt my eyes a bit! oO
They dont dim down as much as I like but yes they are very bright. Im happy with them in the kitchen and bedroom.

Thanks for the reply - in the kitchen (non-dimmable) I find them ok, but they don't dim down enough as you say and flicker sometimes in the lounge (the dimmable bulbs) and are so bright!
#25
Dealmonger
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd
GeforceXP
Dealmonger
I got these ones instore last week in my local tesco & they're on sale too, not in stock online though.
Might be a cheaper alternative?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/osram-led-50w-gu10/230-2276.prd

£5.50 is more expensive than £5.03 :p

It sure is but going with your description above I thought they were £14 each.
£5 is a good deal for these led lamps.

My original title said £5.03ea, plus £7.50 delivery.

I never edited it, and I realise you're not to know that either; must have been a mod, or something, but personally I think the title is now misleading.
#26
Mine arrived this morning. Very impressed, really bright, clear output. Much better than cheaper ones like those from Ikea.
#27
Bobbba
Mine arrived this morning. Very impressed, really bright, clear output. Much better than cheaper ones like those from Ikea.

Excellent, glad they helped someone!

I've just ordered another 12......

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