Philips LED Gu10 4w at Sainsburys £7.99 cheapest around
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Philips LED Gu10 4w at Sainsburys £7.99 cheapest around

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Found 31st Mar 2012
85% energy saving

25 years lifetime based on 25.000 hours

Warm white LED bulb

28 mA

4W 220-240V GU10 WW 36D

CE Mark - European Conformance

Manufacturer

Philips Lighting,

I.B.R.S. / C.C.R.I. Numéro 10461,

5600 VB Eindhoven,

The Netherlands.
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Looks good for a good make
Edited by: "rickwebtest" 31st Mar 2012
Original Poster
very bright not like cheap leds from ebay
Showing as £7.99 online is this only an instore price?

Original Poster
no is online and instore
50p each in homebargins not Phillips but does same job
yorath1976

50p each in homebargins not Phillips but does same job



LED???
how many lumen? just wondering if it's worth getting this instead of the 6w/380 lumen I was buying so far
Original Poster
homebargains is crap only las 10w - no bright enough
yorath1976

50p each in homebargins not Phillips but does same job



You're mistaken.
Lumen are very important, because normal GU10 have between 700-900 lumen, most led GU10 150-200 only but you can find 4.5-6W up to 450Lm.
so who's actually used these?
Original Poster
i use them now
cartzuk

so who's actually used these?


No one, they're new.
Blasphemous

No one, they're new.



Ta daaaX)
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Blasphemous

No one, they're new.



Stinkydave

Ta daaaX)


got 8 of them today very happy
been buying the 11 qatt LED from ebay and they are great nice and bright are these 4 watt ones bright enough for a kitchen - anyone know please
B and M's do two GU10's for £1.50 (non LED)
These are £7.99 each. How long before you save £7.24 of electricity on one bulb?
Cold from me.

B and M's do two GU10's for £1.50 (non LED)These are £7.99 each. How long … B and M's do two GU10's for £1.50 (non LED)These are £7.99 each. How long before you save £7.24 of electricity on one bulb?Cold from me.



Saving is electricity saved but then have to add in the cost of lamps over 25000 hours. Hot here

Plus look like might not be any bigger than a standard GU10
Edited by: "Mbanana" 31st Mar 2012
It would cost me £64 to light my hall, plus the electric, currently it costs me 75p to replace a bulb.
Seen some mixed reviews on these re. pink light etc?
The newer ones seem to get better ratings.... but more expensive

here
mateus

Seen some mixed reviews on these re. pink light etc?The newer ones seem … Seen some mixed reviews on these re. pink light etc?The newer ones seem to get better ratings.... but more expensivehere



Im no lighting expert but the one in your link is a 'master' one (dimmable). Not sure if this makes any difference. The reviews on Amazon seemed quite positive.
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octobergirl

been buying the 11 qatt LED from ebay and they are great nice and bright … been buying the 11 qatt LED from ebay and they are great nice and bright are these 4 watt ones bright enough for a kitchen - anyone know please


bright enough for kitchen
You can get cheaper. Here are two examples from ebest24 and Lustrum Light.

For me, it doesn't come down to the cost and when I can eventually recoup my investment. It's all about reducing consumption. You pay extra for these bulbs for that reason and because of supply and demand.
Also try the Amazon seller Wholesale LED Lights. I have had decent experiences with their products.
toonburner

It would cost me £64 to light my hall, plus the electric, currently it … It would cost me £64 to light my hall, plus the electric, currently it costs me 75p to replace a bulb.




Plus the electric ?
I have 10 of these in my kitchen. They are excellent, and all 10 use less electric than 1 of the filament gu10s. Asda have gec 4w gu10s for £7.50 each at the moment though, so not that great a price currently. I bought mine in mid january, at this time i could not find any branded gu10 led any cheaper.
Been using 50 / 50 mix of led and conventional in my kitchen for past year -i use 4w ebay jobbies. Reduces consumption significantly, we spend a lot of time in the kitchen and I have 16 light fittings in there. Can be a bit cold looking, hence alternating led and conventional. Have 4 'warm' colour ones on way from dealextreme.com for testing...
Bought 4 today to replace all 4 in my kitchen fitting. These are spot on. As good as my halogens (I have been through loads of different ones, ranging from CFL's to cheap LED's to Expensive LED's (£9 each! and these are the best)) Highly rated and HOT!
Foxy102

Bought 4 today to replace all 4 in my kitchen fitting. These are spot on. … Bought 4 today to replace all 4 in my kitchen fitting. These are spot on. As good as my halogens (I have been through loads of different ones, ranging from CFL's to cheap LED's to Expensive LED's (£9 each! and these are the best)) Highly rated and HOT!



I thought the point of those was they shouldn't get hot
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saving me money !!
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