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Pack of 10 5W GU10 Warm White LED Bulbs, 120°Beam Angle @ Amazon - £11.99 Prime (or + £4.75 non Prime)
Pack of 10 5W GU10 Warm White LED Bulbs, 120°Beam Angle @ Amazon - £11.99 Prime (or + £4.75 non Prime)

Pack of 10 5W GU10 Warm White LED Bulbs, 120°Beam Angle @ Amazon - £11.99 Prime (or + £4.75 non Prime)

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As I was about to order the Black Friday offer 10 for £15 natural white, when I really wanted Warm... Then I spotted these.

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good find heat given thanks for posting

Bar steward...just picked up 12 for £14.99, I feel done.

Got these previously. Work well, no failures. Hot!

nomeames

Cold from NON-PRIME … Cold from NON-PRIME me......http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-5W-LED-GU10-Lamp-10PK/p/132031



​ those are a 36 degree angle, not like for like. heat from me

These are good but they are no way a replacement for 50w more like 30w. To obtain the beam angle these use a diffuser lens (which is dimmer) rather then led placement with a clear lens (which is brighter).

Edited by: "Argoj" 17th Nov 2016

I'm guessing these produce the Yellow light


I had the old style WHITE LONG TUBE
Unfortunately that died last month and I replaced it with a energy saving bulb ,but the problem is that light is YELLOWY not the pier WHITE

Does anyone recommend a energy saving normal bulb which gives the strong PURE WHITE light?

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nomeames

Cold from NON-PRIME … Cold from NON-PRIME me......http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-5W-LED-GU10-Lamp-10PK/p/132031


Not delivered though Wickes would be £22.94

MarioMan

I'm guessing these produce the Yellow light I had the old style WHITE … I'm guessing these produce the Yellow light I had the old style WHITE LONG TUBEUnfortunately that died last month and I replaced it with a energy saving bulb ,but the problem is that light is YELLOWY not the pier WHITEDoes anyone recommend a energy saving normal bulb which gives the strong PURE WHITE light?


You're looking for the day light bulb, they are 6500kw. Make sure when you see the bulb you want its written 6500kw or day light! That's the pure white light you speak of. Hope that helps

not dimmable. shame.

killabyte

You're looking for the day light bulb, they are 6500kw. Make sure when … You're looking for the day light bulb, they are 6500kw. Make sure when you see the bulb you want its written 6500kw or day light! That's the pure white light you speak of. Hope that helps


Errr - don't think that's 'kw', unless you're planning on bringing down aeroplanes with it! oO

Sounds good, non dimmable might be an issue for me.

Besford

Errr - don't think that's 'kw', unless you're planning on bringing down … Errr - don't think that's 'kw', unless you're planning on bringing down aeroplanes with it! oO


Sorry meant 6500k lol
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