MiniSun Branded 5W High Power GU10 Frosted Lens Bulb (EACH) - with 6 x 3030 SMD LEDs - 520 Lumens - Warm White £2.99 delivered Dispatched from and sold by The Light Factory
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MiniSun Branded 5W High Power GU10 Frosted Lens Bulb (EACH) - with 6 x 3030 SMD LEDs - 520 Lumens - Warm White £2.99 delivered Dispatched from and sold by The Light Factory

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Found 22nd Jan
Needed a couple more of these and found them for £2.99 each - they are VERY bright at 520 Lumens and have not had one fail in over 3 years (unlike the cheap ones).

These are a lot brighter than the old non energy saving ones.

Quality MiniSun Branded 5w SMD LED Light Bulbs. Aluminium Construction and Protective Glass Lens. 120° Beam Angle

This Bulb Will Pay For Itself in Just Over 12 Months! (Assuming 1000 Hours Use at 15p per kwh)

This Bulb Develops a Class Leading 520 Lumens. 35,000 Hour Bulb Life. Colour Rating: 3000K (Warm White). Not Dimmable

Uses the Latest LED Chips (Twice as Bright as Many Competitors) - At Last a Viable Replacement For 50W Halogen Bulbs

Height: 58mm, Diameter: 50mm. One Year Guarantee against Faulty Manufacture. Ref Number - 04459

14 Comments

Original Poster

Just to add that there are a lot brighter than the normal old non LED bulbs.

misleading title? price is for single lamp not 6!

or is it for 6? I'm confused.....
Edited by: "jayman1986" 22nd Jan

Original Poster

jayman1986

misleading title? price is for single lamp not 6!or is it for 6? I'm … misleading title? price is for single lamp not 6!or is it for 6? I'm confused.....



​It's just saying it's got 6 surface mount LEDS (I just copied the title from Amazon's).

Its a good price for even one of these (not like the normal crap stuff).

Dragon32

​It's just saying it's got 6 surface mount LEDS (I just copied the title f … ​It's just saying it's got 6 surface mount LEDS (I just copied the title from Amazon's). Its a good price for even one of these (not like the normal crap stuff).



​yeah I just figured out myself.. LOL confusing myself

Original Poster

jayman1986

​yeah I just figured out myself.. LOL confusing myself



​Must admit it was a little confusing, but have added EACH to the title.

Already have 10 around the house, but have ordered 6 more (3 for the conservatory and 3 as spares as they are brilliant bulbs and very reliable).

Dragon32

​Must admit it was a little confusing, but have added EACH to the title. A … ​Must admit it was a little confusing, but have added EACH to the title. Already have 10 around the house, but have ordered 6 more (3 for the conservatory and 3 as spares as they are brilliant bulbs and very reliable).



​i have the daylight/cool white ones myself. look great in bathroom and kitchen

in the description it says 6 items but then it says the bulb has 6 led's, so must be one bulb

A pack of 10 is 17.99, a pack of 3 is the same price. Seems like a great bargain

Well, 4off bulbs for £9.99 or 10off for £16.99 prime, seems good value. shame they are not dimmable. Still a great price if they last. Personally always go for warm white.

Original Poster

anthony712

in the description it says 6 items but then it says the bulb has 6 led's, … in the description it says 6 items but then it says the bulb has 6 led's, so must be one bulb



​Yes it is just one bulb (and each bulb has 6 LEDS), but like I say these are decent bulbs (brighter than the old non energy saving ones) and have not had to change any of the 10 I have around the house in over 3 years (unlike others and the non energy saving ones I've had).
Edited by: "Dragon32" 22nd Jan

Original Poster

mickjack

Well, 4off bulbs for £9.99 or 10off for £16.99 prime, seems good value. s … Well, 4off bulbs for £9.99 or 10off for £16.99 prime, seems good value. shame they are not dimmable. Still a great price if they last. Personally always go for warm white.



​Yes would be nice if they were dimmable although not a problem for myself apart from the conservatory, but going to change it to a normal light switch anyway now.

Price a bit high but very good lumens for a GU10, in fact probably the highest I've seen. Most don't top much over 380 lumens.

Original Poster

modelman

Price a bit high but very good lumens for a GU10, in fact probably the … Price a bit high but very good lumens for a GU10, in fact probably the highest I've seen. Most don't top much over 380 lumens.



​I had some of the older Mini Sun's which were around 420 Lumens which were as bright as the non energy saving 50w GU10's, but these ones blow them away with brightness.

Probably with good reason. I got some 620lm from Screwfix and they regularly failed. I returned so many I lost track of them and got fed up spending my weekends going for replacements!
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