GU10 4W 10-Pack LED bulbs £13.99 Aldi
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GU10 4W 10-Pack LED bulbs £13.99 Aldi

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LocalFound 12th Feb
Great day for 10 pack LED energy saver spotlight bulbs. next best price ive been able to find is 16.99 from screwfix.
available from sunday 18th instore

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Form: LED ReflectorBase: GU10Colour temperature: 2700Luminous flux: 245Luminous efficacy:61.25Average lifetime: 15.000Number of switching cycles: 100.000Beam angle: 36Colour rendering index Ra:> 80LED technology: SMDOrigin/brand of LED components: SANANAmperage: 37mA
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Is it only the 4W, I prefer 5W or above for the rooms I need them in?

Good price though, heat
non dimmable, plenty in Homebase in store for £7 and if lucky you should be able to find the 5w dimmable for £10 all A+ energy
Edited by: "bobo53" 12th Feb
Poundland have 5w version ( so £10 for 10 ) and you can buy just the exact number you need.
Just be careful even if the bulbs state dimmable, sometimes the switch can’t accommodate the new bulb, the LED bulbs can flicker
But generally LED bulbs rule.
simes1 h, 52 m ago

Poundland have 5w version ( so £10 for 10 ) and you can buy just the …Poundland have 5w version ( so £10 for 10 ) and you can buy just the exact number you need.


Yep - and I've been surprised that the Poundland ones are reliable too.
Poundland LEDs for me every time, had them for 2-3 years now, still going strong.
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£13.99 doe 10 pack! not bad.
Robert Dyas do 10 osram for 16.99 think they are brighter and are the more attractive glass style ones.
Edited by: "SFconvert" 12th Feb
Its a decent price, but be aware that at 4 watt, they are only really a 40 watt equivalent despite what it might say and at 2700 kelvin it will be quite a yellow light, not ideal for bathrooms or kitchens, you really need OVER 3500 kelvin and preferably 6 watt for bathrooms and 5 watt for kitchens..

Just my twopence worth ...
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