Osram 7.5W 50W equivalent LED GU10 bulbs £2 at boyes
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Osram 7.5W 50W equivalent LED GU10 bulbs £2 at boyes

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LocalFound 25th Oct 2015
Seen in Melton Mowbray and Coalville. May be in other Boyes stores.
They have warm white 385 lm and daylight white 400 lm. They are also dimmable. 4 year osram guarantee.
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    Original Poster
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    This is a great price for named GU10.
    I buy the ones from Home Bargains
    which have just dropped to the same
    price. I shall look out for these. Hot
    and thanks for the post.
    Original Poster
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    gluke21

    This is a great price for named GU10.I buy the ones from Home … This is a great price for named GU10.I buy the ones from Home Bargainswhich have just dropped to the sameprice. I shall look out for these. Hotand thanks for the post.


    I've also got the home bargains ones. These are much brighter, but the beam angle isn't as wide. Not a problem if you've got a fitting that has more than 3 bulbs imo
    good deal, voted hot
    Good price but on the efficiency scale they are more than 40 ish % worst than the Screwfix LAP offerings of 5W 346lm.

    I am still going to go hunt them down as we have a local store and pick up a load for spares.
    Original Poster
    GoNz017

    Good price but on the efficiency scale they are more than 40 ish % worst … Good price but on the efficiency scale they are more than 40 ish % worst than the Screwfix LAP offerings of 5W 346lm.I am still going to go hunt them down as we have a local store and pick up a load for spares.


    Agreed. I'd be interested to hook these up to a power meter to see. I did have some 3W bulbs a few years ago that actually consumed 4.5W when measured.
    Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 25th Oct 2015
    I recently replaced mine with 12W LEDs and they is the only ones I have found with the same kind of light output as a 50W Halogen. I have umpteen lower wattage that just simply dont cut the mustard.
    Keep your receipt. These have a 25 year warranty.
    msharif911

    Keep your receipt. These have a 25 year warranty.

    erm nope. 4 years.
    Hot
    GoNz017

    erm nope. 4 years.



    It says "25 years **" on the pic of the bos above.
    GoNz017

    Good price but on the efficiency scale they are more than 40 ish % worst … Good price but on the efficiency scale they are more than 40 ish % worst than the Screwfix LAP offerings of 5W 346lm.I am still going to go hunt them down as we have a local store and pick up a load for spares.



    I've seen it mentioned a few times now that LAP bulbs have a high failure rate.
    msharif911

    It says "25 years **" on the pic of the bos above.



    Yes and those asterisks mean read the small print, which means they do not have a 25 year warranty.
    fishmaster

    Yes and those asterisks mean read the small print, which means they do … Yes and those asterisks mean read the small print, which means they do not have a 25 year warranty.



    LOL! They played that card!
    If people are interested in these they are only on sale for another week. They are part of star buys. So once they're gone they're gone
    msharif911

    LOL! They played that card!



    Not really. It doesn't say 25 year warranty at all. Just it "should last" 25 years.
    Also a fan of the Home Bargain LED GU10's we use over a dozen here at home. They've just re-designed them, they look slightly different internally but light output and color temperature is identical to the older version.

    We also have a couple of these Osrams, they're good but I'm not a fan of plastic/resin GU10's in general. They seem to run really hot, the same goes for the 12v Osram lamps we use. Prefer glass bulbs as ceramic and glass tends not to catch fire if the lamp fails catastrophically.
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