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GU10 50W 240V Halogen Bulbs - 10 for £8.99
GU10 50W 240V Halogen Bulbs - 10 for £8.99

GU10 50W 240V Halogen Bulbs - 10 for £8.99

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At 70p per bulb, this is the cheapest I've seen anywhere. P&P adds £2.00 (over £50 delivery is free).

There is also a 10 Pack mini box 20% discount - 100 bulbs for £56.00

Detailed Specifications:
Colour temp 2700k
Rated Life 2000 Hours
Size 50mm diameter
Wattage 50W

15 Comments

Perfect timing - Voted hot

+ £1.69 shipping

have you used this company before?

If u have a super savers (its like a supergdrug) in your area, i but these 3 for £1 from there, i stocked up a while back but i presume they have them in all the time

Tesco occasionally have these in store for 2 for £1. Worth keeping any eye out.....

Poundland have got these for £1 per pair

LED are far better agree more expensive but run to about only 2w energy consumption for 25w

Was after some of these, cheers.

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Sorry, forgot about the shipping - I've updated the entry. I don't think I've used them before.

Are posters certain that it is the 240V version of these available from these other stores for 3 for £1 etc? Normally 12V DC variants in my experience.

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Are posters certain that it is the 240V version of these available from … Are posters certain that it is the 240V version of these available from these other stores for 3 for £1 etc? Normally 12V DC variants in my experience.



Yep, Gu10 240V 50W 2 for £1 at Poundland and have been for a while.
Still waiting for someone to produce an LED GU10 that produces a halogen-like light output. The ones I've seen have been too dim and a very unnatural shade of white.

I saw some in my local Netto @ 2 for £1 yesterday
(240v version)

Nice price so voted hot. I usually find Aldi fairly good pricewise on these at £2.69 for three. Just a passing comment but I find these bulbs have a very short life compared to a conventional filiment bulb. Puts me off buying any more fittings that use them. Dread to think what I have spent on replacements over the last few years.

My bulbs are always blowing great find. heat added.

Just about to buy some of these and another thing that makes a big difference is the FLOOD factor........you can get 25, 40 & 50 degree variant's .....:thumbsup:

Does anyone know what angle these project at ?
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