GU10 5W Warm White 350 Lumens Pack of 20 for £13 @ Wickes (Free C&C)
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GU10 5W Warm White 350 Lumens Pack of 20 for £13 @ Wickes (Free C&C)

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Found 14th Mar
These cost 65p per GU10

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Ideal for all household lighting. This lamp lasts up to 12 times longer than a standard Halogen bulb.

  • Bulb Shape: Spot
  • Bulb Type: LED
  • Cap Fitting: GU10 - 2 Pin
  • Average Life Span: 25,000 H
  • Energy Efficiency Rating: A+
  • Equivalent Wattage: 50 W
  • Wattage: 5 W
  • Lumens: 350 lm
  • Light Colour: Warm White
  • Beam Angle: 36 deg
  • Pack Quantity: 20

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Seems good don't forget 10% tradecard discount and poss 2% quidco if purchasing online
Good price, shame it's warm though as I need daylight
great deal..thanks
Just collected my click and collect.

Spoke to the warehouse guy at Wicks and he informed me that the cheapest these bulbs have been is £26. He showed me the price history.

He said he's got a pallet order coming in of 600 of these packs tonight at Wicks Extra Barking.

They're going to fly off the shelf at this price!
Cheap as chips
Well cheaper than chips you can get anything for 65p now days
This deal should be much hotter.
Would be nice if they have daylight white or cool white too.
Brought these in Wickes yesterday. There were almost two pallets of these in stock.
Very good bulbs if you don't need dimmable, they were a bargain when they were 10 for £9.99. They also do a nice silver painted version which is handy for light fittings that show the sides of the bulb but I don't think they're on offer at the moment.
I bought quite a few bulbs a few weeks back in a similar offer to put in a bathroom ceiling at some point.
Could anyone recommend something that I could put the bulbs in?
Obviously waterproof.
Should've maybe purchased the lighting kit first but as these bulbs were cheap I ordered them first.
good led lights these
I paid this price for 10 from china a couple of years ago so this is bargain. I'm amazed halogen bulbs haven't been banned yet when LEDs are so cheap and so much more efficient. They banned incadescent bulbs when CFLs were dreadful and expensive but nothing now when LEDs are better in almost every way.
Ordered
nice price, ordered, thank you
Ordered, thank you!.
This is a very very good deal(highfive) if they was more than 38deg bean Angle I’d Of got these I ended up getting the ones from Toolstation with a 120deg beam Angle
Martin8815th Apr

I paid this price for 10 from china a couple of years ago so this is …I paid this price for 10 from china a couple of years ago so this is bargain. I'm amazed halogen bulbs haven't been banned yet when LEDs are so cheap and so much more efficient. They banned incadescent bulbs when CFLs were dreadful and expensive but nothing now when LEDs are better in almost every way.


GU10 ones have I believe. Just changed 21 my self. Shops only sell LED now
I changed 30 old Halogen GU10's to these Wickes ones in my house months ago, they are excellent. No issues with any of them so far - Scorching deal!!!!? 🔥🔥🔥
Anyone looking for coolwhite/daylight GU10 6500k can buy from home bargains for £1.49 per bulb.
Lol....12 times longer. Yeah right! Finding they blow almost as often as the halogens do. Good bulbs but don't go expecting 12 times longer!
Amazing price and warm white too! Why people want to make their home look like a hospital with cool white bulbs I’ll never know
olivarrr9 h, 45 m ago

Amazing price and warm white too! Why people want to make their home look …Amazing price and warm white too! Why people want to make their home look like a hospital with cool white bulbs I’ll never know


Depends on the room. I use warm for living spaces and daylight for working space, so the living room and bedrooms will be 2700k whereas the kitchen/bathroom will be 4-5000k.
*Vincent*10 h, 8 m ago

Lol....12 times longer. Yeah right! Finding they blow almost as often as …Lol....12 times longer. Yeah right! Finding they blow almost as often as the halogens do. Good bulbs but don't go expecting 12 times longer!


Rubbish ones do, yes. My poundland ones all lasted less than a year. Philips ones have been fine for years however.

The question is... are these rubbish ones?!
Awesome price. Nice find and looks like there is plenty of stock around.
These were still marked up as £26 but scanned at £13 so happy days (plus lots still on the shelves)
Is 350 lumens bright? What’s the normal 50w lumens
1616french5th Apr

I bought quite a few bulbs a few weeks back in a similar offer to put in a …I bought quite a few bulbs a few weeks back in a similar offer to put in a bathroom ceiling at some point.Could anyone recommend something that I could put the bulbs in?Obviously waterproof.Should've maybe purchased the lighting kit first but as these bulbs were cheap I ordered them first.


As far as I'm aware, if your ceiling is higher than 2.25m from the bathroom floor then the light fitting doesn't need to be IP44 rated (waterproof). I'm no electrician so check out bathroom zones for yourself to be sure.
Edited by: "jambone" 12th Apr
just ordered with click and collect. nice find op
1616french5th Apr

I bought quite a few bulbs a few weeks back in a similar offer to put in a …I bought quite a few bulbs a few weeks back in a similar offer to put in a bathroom ceiling at some point.Could anyone recommend something that I could put the bulbs in?Obviously waterproof.Should've maybe purchased the lighting kit first but as these bulbs were cheap I ordered them first.


If it's Zone 1 or 2, you need to use a minimum IPx4 rated housing. I used these IP65 rated ones recently in my bathroom, they look great and were very easy to install. While you're at it, might as well make them fire-rated as well.
jambone2 h, 38 m ago

As far as I'm aware, if your ceiling is higher than 2.25m from the …As far as I'm aware, if your ceiling is higher than 2.25m from the bathroom floor then the light fitting doesn't need to be IP44 rated (waterproof). I'm no electrician so check out bathroom zones for yourself to be sure.


True, but if you have kids who like playing around with a telephone shower you'll have that water going up, way up. Don't take a chance, for a few quid on top an IPx4 rated fitting makes sense on any bathroom ceiling. Also remember steam/ high humidity can damage non-IP rated housings in the long run.

Here's a useful resource on the bathroom zoning system.
Edited by: "hcc27" 12th Apr
hcc2743 m ago

True, but if you have kids who like playing around with a telephone shower …True, but if you have kids who like playing around with a telephone shower you'll have that water going up, way up. Don't take a chance, for a few quid on top an IPx4 rated fitting makes sense on any bathroom ceiling. Also remember steam/ high humidity can damage non-IP rated housings in the long run. Here's a useful resource on the bathroom zoning system.


My 21 yr old son showers for 30 minutes...no kidding.
So when you walk in after he's showered it's like a Turkish bath.
Great find. but... note...
"Non - Dimmable"

HTH
Martin88111th Apr

They don't …They don't https://www.homebase.co.uk/halogen-gu10-40w-bulb-pack-of-6_p343086


Seems Been in place on phased basis since 2016, fully in force from September 2018

which.co.uk/new…23/
Great post.
Thank you!
What is the shelf life on these? I have over 50 GU10s in the house installed by the former OCD owner who prided himself on uniformity. So have switched out all the non-dimmable circuits with a variety of Ikea, Wickes, Home Bargains, Philips and Screwfix ones in the last year... so hoping that they won't need replacing in the next 2 years at least. And even then, I would hope some of them would go the course and last longer than that before needing replacing?
Excellent deal, my electricity bill will go down.
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