Megaman Modo 246204 4.5 Watt Par16 GU10 LED 4000K Cool White 50,000 Hours £7.99 delivered @ Amazon  sold by DBA-Electric.
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Megaman Modo 246204 4.5 Watt Par16 GU10 LED 4000K Cool White 50,000 Hours £7.99 delivered @ Amazon sold by DBA-Electric.

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Found 31st Dec 2013
Thought this was a good price for a good brand.
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This is expensive and they are rubbish (400 lumen). They get wide to early, so don't fit many holders, Try the "GU10 SMD" on dx.com, much better, up to 1400 lumens for the corn cob design..



Edited by: "snapdragon" 31st Dec 2013
Surely you'd want the 'Warm White' not the Cool White, it has a more natural light feeling (and its slightly cheaper) - But this is still too expensive !
Expensive for a non-dimmable bulb, and even warm white is cold in comparison to halogen bulbs.
You need to be careful where you use them.

They do not cope well or last when hot, plus the light output may even halve.
Would never touch Megaman again.

I bought about £700 worth of GU0 Megaman compact fluorescents a few years ago which started failing after a few months - company did'nt want to know
smallstools

Would never touch Megaman again.I bought about £700 worth of GU0 Megaman … Would never touch Megaman again.I bought about £700 worth of GU0 Megaman compact fluorescents a few years ago which started failing after a few months - company did'nt want to know



The electrical trade is well aware of what happened there, so you should still pursue it with the company & citizens advice , talk to some electrical wholesalers for the full gen!

Megaman went rubbish due to some clever dick (since fireed) ..a good brand till that point, now a shambles not to be trusted again, they were actually compensating sparkies to go in & rip their kit out!
snapdragon

This is expensive and they are rubbish (400 lumen). They get wide to … This is expensive and they are rubbish (400 lumen). They get wide to early, so don't fit many holders, Try the "GU10 SMD" on dx.com, much better, up to 1400 lumens for the corn cob design..


Why is 400 Lumens rubbish? My lamps are 150 Lumens and more than adequate for standard use. Also 2700K is more the light colour most people would find comfortable in the home. Having said that if I were performing surgery then 4000K 1400 Lumens would be first choice oO
dba-electric, I remember them. Bought an LED floodlight from them, which failed within a couple of months. Sent it back and it was many months of hassle, and many phone calls / emails before they eventually refunded. Avoid like the plague.
You can get these for £6.90 from ebay or tcdled
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