GU10 50 Watt Halogen Light Bulbs, Double pack, was £3 - now just 99p @ Poundstretcher/Instore!
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GU10 50 Watt Halogen Light Bulbs, Double pack, was £3 - now just 99p @ Poundstretcher/Instore!

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Found 9th Feb 2008
More Bulbs to keep you enlightened with!! Less than 50p each - bargain!! With frost glass cover.

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Just returned from Netto. Same deal there it seems

gift, was looking for some of these, thanks

Dont get any cheaper than this, heat added.

They were in Tesco the other day at 2 for £1 too...

voted cold,gave 10 of these to brother inlaw,replaced all mine with megaman GU10 low energy,last for years and shoulld save me £600.00 in bills over their life time:-D

I buy these in at 18p a bulb nowa days sell them for a pound each but be careful there is issues with quality with the **** brands

wheres a good place to get the Megamans

Cheers

Megamans are longer and so look awful in many fittings.

Anyone any ideas on what to replace GU10's with, i go through about 8 a month so switched to LED's...they are so dull i can't see my hand in front of me face

IS there any difference in quality with the brands of these lights, or are they all the same but by different companies. These sound like a bargain, where I work they're around £3 each.

Buy them if you need them! HOT

"Anyone any ideas on what to replace GU10's with, i go through about 8 a month so switched to LED's...they are so dull i can't see my hand in front of me face "

I agree,
The megaman gu10 are a good replacement, they range upto 11 watt and have a good light and upto 15000 hour life.
The length of the bulb is linked to the wattage ,the 11 watt is 20mm longer than a standard gu10. Most recess fittings will accommodate this . If you are in doubt take out exsisting bulb and measure depth with ruler are tape.
They will save you a mint in time and money,and cause a lot less heat damage to your wiring and fittings:thumbsup:

99p stores also carry 2 for 99p, had 5 installed for 3 months now with none blown. Seem like pretty good quality.

i bought some cheap unbranded ones and when i switched light on a few weeks ago one out of the three exploded.fortunately i wear specs but i was hit with tiny bits of glass.

these cheap ones are ok but i wouldnt recommend them
i work in an electrical wholesalers and we buy them for 20p each and knock em out 2 for £1 and we get comebacks a lot but you get what you pay for , if you go for a branded lamp like Osram , Sylvania or Crompton them expect to pay around £2 a lamp
Megamans are our most popular sellers its just trying to convince people to shell out £6 a lamp
best place to get megamans is thru electrical wholesalers
i work for a company called CEF ( city electrical factors ) worth trying in there for a quality lamp , also try a brand called Kosnic or Edison for your low energy GU10 needs

Biggest mistake I ever made was fitting these GU10 lights througout the whole house ! For starters they suck electricity and your forever replacing bulbs, like the other chap about 8 a month ! What a rip off these GU10's are (not the deal just in general)....Hmm exploding GU10 :whistling: That's just dangerous dude !

Thinking about changing the whole lighting in the house, probably cheaper then forever buying these bulbs ! Even the good ones dont last long...

Whats the most powerfull LEDS you can get in GU10 form?

i am all for a bargain but will not buy these cheap bulbs as cheap bulbs in the past have exploded with hot glass showering onto the kids beds i also have a slight scorch mark in the laminate floor. use cheap bulbs at your own risk
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