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10 pack TCP GU10 Spotlight Bulbs (Warm White/Dimmable). 300 Lumens/ 40W>50W. £8 @ Asda
10 pack TCP GU10 Spotlight Bulbs (Warm White/Dimmable). 300 Lumens/ 40W>50W. £8 @ Asda

10 pack TCP GU10 Spotlight Bulbs (Warm White/Dimmable). 300 Lumens/ 40W>50W. £8 @ Asda

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Pack of 10 warm white/ dimmable GU10 spotlights - 300 lumens/40W >50W £8.00 at Asda (Walsall).
Have to admit, find buying a replacement lightbulb these days a bit confusing - gone are the days when it was just a straightforward choice between bayonet,Es/ses fittings...Or, Is it just me??
Anyway, even though these are only halogens (I think LED's are considered a better buy?) thought they were good value at 80p a bulb.

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poor value,
saying there dimmable is a gimmick, halogen always were.
LED are only a quid each or less nowadays.
if you really want to buy these, a quick google 57p each at toolstation but I would think they are available much cheaper if you can be bothered looking
Edited by: "shadey12" 3rd Jan

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shadey12

poor value,saying there dimmable is a gimmick, halogen always were.LED … poor value,saying there dimmable is a gimmick, halogen always were.LED are only a quid each or less nowadays.if you really want to buy these, a quick google 57p each at toolstation but I would think they are available much cheaper if you can be bothered looking


Thanks for the info, shadey. As I mentioned in my comments, I don't profess to be an expert on them. Just know I've paid more for these in the past.

Nice find twitwoo, you light up my life, heat added

What's the beam angle?

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sradmad

Nice find twitwoo, you light up my life, heat added


You say the nicest things, sradmad X)

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mail-stephens

What's the beam angle?


Now you really have bamboozled me, mail- stephens oO

Nice price tawny, heat added X)

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summerof76

Nice price tawny, heat added X)


Thank you summer.

These bulbs should be taken out to f circulation. Anyone not switching to LED is pouring money down the drain.

twitwoo

Now you really have bamboozled me, mail- stephens oO



These type of bulbs come in varying beam angles, usually 15, 24, 36 and 60 (give or take a couple degrees).

For example...
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