SAMSUNG 3.3W LED lamp (2700/3000K) - £1.78 inc VAT (£1.48 ex VAT) @ CPC (5+ for £1.66 each) + FREE DELIVERY over £5 - HotUKDeals
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SAMSUNG 3.3W LED lamp (2700/3000K) - £1.78 inc VAT (£1.48 ex VAT) @ CPC (5+ for £1.66 each) + FREE DELIVERY over £5

£1.78 @ CPC Farnell
A good deal on a reputable brand of LED's. This sort of price normally seen for the generic, rebranded bulbs. 3 types available, all are 3.3W (35W halogen equivalent). Colour temperature: 2700K… Read More
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3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago
A good deal on a reputable brand of LED's. This sort of price normally seen for the generic, rebranded bulbs.

3 types available, all are 3.3W (35W halogen equivalent).

Colour temperature: 2700K (V warm white), 3000K (warm white)

Beam angle: 25° and 40°

Price reduced to £1.66 over 5 units (£1.38 ex VAT). A nice design with aluminium casing.

Free UK delivery over £5 spent, site-wide on CPC.

EDIT: added my reply to some comments about brightness/efficiency:

These are not the brightest/most efficient, probably why they are 'running down' on CPC. Great for areas in the home that don't get a large number of hours per day, but you want the bulb to last >5 years - not always a simple ask with generics.

2700K, 25°:
http://cpc.farnell.com/samsung/si-m8w042bb1eu/lamp-led-gu10-3-3w-2700k-spot/dp/LP08255

3000K, 25°:
http://cpc.farnell.com/samsung/si-m8v042bb1eu/lamp-led-gu10-3-3w-3000k/dp/LP08251

2700K, 40°:
http://cpc.farnell.com/samsung/si-m8w042bd1eu/lamp-led-gu10-3-3w-2700k/dp/LP08256
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3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago
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#1
Not a bad price, but not very bright at 210 Lumens.

Still hot if you don't mind them not being super bright.
#3
Good price. Not really efficient at all in the scheme of things at only 64 lumen per watt but a cheap quality bulb ideal for the mother in laws hall stairs and landing. Just my personal professional and slightly boring view that people shouldn't really be encouraging manufacturers by buying anything below 100 lumen/watt output
#4
@Dragon32 @UZOR agreed, these are not the brightest/most efficient, probably why they are 'running down' on CPC. Great for areas in the home that don't get a large number of hours per day, but you want the bulb to last >5 years - not always an easy ask with generics. Thanks for heat and input :p

@ohreally, where did you find this price? I can't get it to display £1.56 when finding through search box or menus.
#5
not a big fan of the design - very old one

I switched from something like this to phillips leds (3-4 quid on amazon) because the fin ones kept failing.
#6
samcs640
@ohreally, where did you find this price? I can't get it to display £1.56 when finding through search box or menus.

Not sure what happened, try LP0825502
#7
Dragon32
Not a bad price, but not very bright at 210 Lumens.
Still hot if you don't mind them not being super bright.
Agree to dim for a spotlight.
#8
Couldn't get much worse than 25 degree angled beam.

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