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Philips LED Classic GU10 Spot Light 3.5 W - Cool White - Add on item - £2 @ Amazon
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Philips LED Classic GU10 Spot Light 3.5 W - Cool White - Add on item - £2 @ Amazon

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Posted 21st Jul

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Was browsing Amazon earlier for GU10 bulbs as the ones in my kitchen keep dying. This looked like a great deal for a LED bulb from a brand you know and trust. Apparently 50% off.

They're £2 each, which is cheaper than some no name brands, but it is an add on item. If you're looking to grab something on Amazon anyway then these are a no brainer.
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4.6W at £2 too

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Thanks, shame they aren't dimmable
It's as though you were reading my mind
Has anyone else had problems with Philips GU10 LEDs? We've got about 20 GU10s in the house and when I moved in 4 years ago the first thing I did was switch them to LED. The Philips ones that I originally got started dying fairly soon afterwards, and then their replacements died as well. I switched over to Diall LEDs and haven't had a problem with them at all.

It could easily be the fittings (although an electrical check didn't find any problems) but I wondered if it was a common problem.
That_Bloke21/07/2019 22:10

Has anyone else had problems with Philips GU10 LEDs? We've got about 20 …Has anyone else had problems with Philips GU10 LEDs? We've got about 20 GU10s in the house and when I moved in 4 years ago the first thing I did was switch them to LED. The Philips ones that I originally got started dying fairly soon afterwards, and then their replacements died as well. I switched over to Diall LEDs and haven't had a problem with them at all.It could easily be the fittings (although an electrical check didn't find any problems) but I wondered if it was a common problem.


I can't comment on the Philips yet, but I've been using cheap brand LED bulbs and they have all died within a year.
Worth paying more for the "warm glow" or "dimtone" Philips ones. This is an ok price though for good quality lights.
That_Bloke21/07/2019 22:10

Has anyone else had problems with Philips GU10 LEDs? We've got about 20 …Has anyone else had problems with Philips GU10 LEDs? We've got about 20 GU10s in the house and when I moved in 4 years ago the first thing I did was switch them to LED. The Philips ones that I originally got started dying fairly soon afterwards, and then their replacements died as well. I switched over to Diall LEDs and haven't had a problem with them at all.It could easily be the fittings (although an electrical check didn't find any problems) but I wondered if it was a common problem.


I've got about 45 Philips GU10 LEDs of various generations over the past five years and apart from a couple of dead-on-arrivals I've had zero issues.
Philips LED GU10 Light Bulbs, 5 W (50 W) - WarmGlow Dimmable, Pack of 6 amazon.co.uk/dp/…N4A

Bargain, warm white and dimmable, great for living rooms/bedrooms. If you want cool white specifically (kitchens and bathrooms maybe?) They're around £2 each quite commonly now.
Muyhee21/07/2019 23:06

Just found the Philips LED Classic GU10 Glass Spot Light, Halogen …Just found the Philips LED Classic GU10 Glass Spot Light, Halogen Replacement, 4.6 W (50 W) - Cool White [Energy Class A++] variant with better lumens (makes it brighter) and for the same price.It also says 'Add on' item but i added 10 to basket without buying anything else and i was able to checkout...


Cool white LEDs are brighter, per watt, this is normal, but human beings don't like cool white light in bedrooms and living rooms or to use late at night. Stick to warm white for everywhere except kitchens or offices imho.

Also bear in mind they do get dimmer as they age. The quoted lifetimes will be when the lamp reaches 70% of its original brightness, not when it fails. In ten years time people will be complaining about "these rubbish dim LEDs" just like they did with compact fluorescent...
If you're after some warm white ones that are also brighter this seems like a good deal: amazon.co.uk/Phi…J5O (6 pack mind you but close enough price per bulb)
Don't bother with warm white ones unless you buy the warm glow ones I linked above. They are really a huge amount more pleasant to use than any other ranges for use on dimmer switches and cost pennies per bulb more.

Really, hands down, the warm glow bulbs or equivalent ( they also do an expensive variant with high CRI) are the best looking lamps on the market.
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