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Philips 3 Pack GU10 Led Classic Glass bulbs Warm White £3 at Amazon Prime / £7.49 Non Prime
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Philips 3 Pack GU10 Led Classic Glass bulbs Warm White £3 at Amazon Prime / £7.49 Non Prime

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Posted 13th Feb

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No they aren't smart or colour bulbs, but for a quid per bulb they are decent quality.
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The Philips LED glass spot is perfect for replacing your mains voltage halogen spots. It looks the same and shines with the same colour and intensity as halogen.

Box Contains 3 X Philips LED Classic 3.5W (35W) GU10 Glass Spot Light - Warm White - 255 lumen

  • High quality Light - Incandescent like warm white light effect
  • Choose a simple replacement for your old bulbs - Replaces halogen spot; with its beautifully shaped design and familiar dimensions, This is a modern lighting, LED reflector. The perfect sustainable replacement for traditional halogen reflectors
  • Perfect for accent lighting - Fits in your recessed light fixtures

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Ordered, thx op
You can't go wrong at that price. Ordered
Ordered, cheers.
Great price if you need dim lights.
Minstadave13/02/2020 19:49

Are they not very bright?



255 lumen, around half the output of a 50w tungsten GU10.
If only these were Hue at that price
Edited by: "ozzmosiz" 13th Feb
B&Q had 6 for £3 or 10 for £5
Not philips but LED GU10'S
Minstadave13/02/2020 19:49

Are they not very bright?


Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. 500lumen output. Highly recommend them
i suspect these will be quite dim.
Craiggers199013/02/2020 20:26

Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. …Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. 500lumen output. Highly recommend them


Link(s)?
Craiggers199013/02/2020 20:26

Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. …Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. 500lumen output. Highly recommend them


Better getting the 4w auroras imho unless you've really high ceilings or have something against your retinas!
If you want an absolutely silent dimmer i would recommend a zano zmo150. Medlocks are the cheapest place fore these. They work really well with philips lamps but not at all with the auroras. More efficient philips gu10s are available from screwfix etc.

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UZOR13/02/2020 20:49

Better getting the 4w auroras imho unless you've really high ceilings or …Better getting the 4w auroras imho unless you've really high ceilings or have something against your retinas! If you want an absolutely silent dimmer i would recommend a zano zmo150. Medlocks are the cheapest place fore these. They work really well with philips lamps but not at all with the auroras. More efficient philips gu10s are available from screwfix etc. https://www.medlocks.co.uk/zano-zmo150-led-dimmer-switch-digital-150w-module-only-white


I didn't notice in these if they were dimmable or not? Being led they would have to be dimmable compatible. I work for an electrical wholesale as an internal sales man and sells thousands of aurora gu10s each year. I personally find a varilight dimmer very good as they seem to be able to handle a number of different brand gu10s and are able to dimmable 99% of lights that I have tested with it. End of the day you get what you pay for as I'm sure you know yourself.
These are definitely non dimmable - on/off GU10 bulbs we were selling them at work for £1.00 each or a 3-pack for £3 - we sold out completely.

This is a discontinued model of the GU10 (35Watt equivalent)
Edited by: "grahamwill39" 13th Feb
Awesome
These are terrible old tech bulbs, buy Enlite or Megaman and you will see the difference. 500 lumens+ at 5w and a diffuser which looks like a real halogen bulb
Craiggers199013/02/2020 20:26

Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. …Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. 500lumen output. Highly recommend them



Yes, but around £4 each.
CPC do excellent GU10 bulbs under a £1
Need to buy 6 cool white gu10 non dimmable light bulbs for a hallway in a flat. Something cheap that will do the job. What do you recommend, aurora is too expensive.
I need mr16 if anyone got links?.. Cheers
waynefuller8213/02/2020 23:00

These are terrible old tech bulbs, buy Enlite or Megaman and you will see …These are terrible old tech bulbs, buy Enlite or Megaman and you will see the difference. 500 lumens+ at 5w and a diffuser which looks like a real halogen bulb


Could not agree with you less. I’ve got 55 gu10 led bulbs in my house. I got 24 megaman and 31 Philips 5 years ago. Every single megaman bulb has stopped working, after continuing to post these to megaman for a free replacement they ended up sending me 24 bulbs of new model. Great a thought, no, these are failing again. I’m now replacing them all slowly to the 3.5w Philips, not a single Philips bulb has ever had issue for me.
BigVern198414/02/2020 09:25

Could not agree with you less. I’ve got 55 gu10 led bulbs in my house. I g …Could not agree with you less. I’ve got 55 gu10 led bulbs in my house. I got 24 megaman and 31 Philips 5 years ago. Every single megaman bulb has stopped working, after continuing to post these to megaman for a free replacement they ended up sending me 24 bulbs of new model. Great a thought, no, these are failing again. I’m now replacing them all slowly to the 3.5w Philips, not a single Philips bulb has ever had issue for me.


Weird, I've got 45 Megaman bulbs 4 years in and only 3x 7w bulbs went faulty. Replaced with enlite and so far so good. The Philips quality of the pink poor light 255 lumens (which is barely bright enough to light a glass cabinet) was night and day. I use GU10 downlights in every room with lightwaverf dimmers.
I'm sure you can get 10 for £5 in wickes
waynefuller8214/02/2020 09:53

Weird, I've got 45 Megaman bulbs 4 years in and only 3x 7w bulbs went …Weird, I've got 45 Megaman bulbs 4 years in and only 3x 7w bulbs went faulty. Replaced with enlite and so far so good. The Philips quality of the pink poor light 255 lumens (which is barely bright enough to light a glass cabinet) was night and day. I use GU10 downlights in every room with lightwaverf dimmers.


Pink light??? Colour temp is 2700k with a quality index 80 CRI. What you talking about??? A few bulbs at 255 and easily light a small room as I have, if you get anything brighter than this you need a good dimmer setup.
Can anyone help I’m looking for a low brightness like a 1w gu10
Have some heat op. Great deal. A little while to wait for delivery but can't beat this price
Craiggers199013/02/2020 20:26

Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. …Be safer spending the money on aurora 5w gu10s. Best gu10 out there. 500lumen output. Highly recommend them


How much for dimmable aurora ones?
rodman14/02/2020 13:38

Not Philips thou.


Does it matter. Just a brand name.
ses6jwg14/02/2020 14:02

Does it matter. Just a brand name.


There might be differences in design and performance
Jersmithelec713/02/2020 23:22

CPC do excellent GU10 bulbs under a £1


No. CPC bulb are horrible. I bought around 70, and they all failed in days.

Absolutely the worst bulbs I even seen.

When you switch off, they do not become dark instantly, took few minutes for the bulbs to gradually dim down.
Long delivery date
UZOR13/02/2020 20:49

Better getting the 4w auroras imho unless you've really high ceilings or …Better getting the 4w auroras imho unless you've really high ceilings or have something against your retinas! If you want an absolutely silent dimmer i would recommend a zano zmo150. Medlocks are the cheapest place fore these. They work really well with philips lamps but not at all with the auroras. More efficient philips gu10s are available from screwfix etc. https://www.medlocks.co.uk/zano-zmo150-led-dimmer-switch-digital-150w-module-only-white


where is a good place to get the 4w auroras?
Just to second the recommendations on Aurora Enlite bulbs. We replaced some Philips gu10 leds in our hallway with the enlites and the difference was absolutely massive. The beam angle especially.
That is a cracking price, ordered
255lm is crap. You need 450 to come close to a 50w bulb
Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months.
3.5w only. If its a main source of light then 5.5-6w recommended
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