Philips LED GU10 Light Bulbs, 5 W (50 W) - WarmGlow Dimmable, Pack of 6 £13.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Philips LED GU10 Light Bulbs, 5 W (50 W) - WarmGlow Dimmable, Pack of 6 £13.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)

£13.99£16.9918%Amazon Deals
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Posted 8th Nov
ALMOST the cheapest its been on Amazon according to the 3 camels.
Next best price seems to be screwfix for 16.99

  • Light beyond illumination - Warm Glow dimming; With this dimmable bulb, you can dim from a 2200k warm light to a 2700K light. The more you dim, the warmer the light.
  • Saves up to 80% energy - 15,000-hour rated average life
  • Modern lighting with a familiar wide angle light output (36 degrees), this LED spot is suitable for both accent lighting and general purpose lighting. It can be used in recessed cans and track light fixtures, and is ideal for use in kitchens, kitchen island lighting, living rooms and dining rooms.
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B&M sells them for 6.99 (3-pack), so 6 bulbs for 13.98.
k00ba08/11/2019 13:18

B&M sells them for 6.99 (3-pack), so 6 bulbs for 13.98.


Are they dimmable?
IMHO Philips make the best LED downlights. Having well over a hundred GU10s at home I've tried numerous ones over the years and always come back to these.

I've had zero failures in the best part of 10yrs on the Philips ones. I even bought a few spares, just in case but haven't used one to date.

They give an excellent warm glow, very similar to halogens, which many others can't match.

Well worth the small premium over the others.
Long wait on delivery but ordered
Just been to my local charity shop. They had a bag of 30 loose GU10 lights for £2 and a box of about 200 mixed boxed Philips, Sylvania for 50P each. Must be a glut of these things around lol.
johnnyd57uk08/11/2019 16:03

Just been to my local charity shop. They had a bag of 30 loose GU10 lights …Just been to my local charity shop. They had a bag of 30 loose GU10 lights for £2 and a box of about 200 mixed boxed Philips, Sylvania for 50P each. Must be a glut of these things around lol.


They'll be halogens, not LEDs.
k00ba08/11/2019 13:18

B&M sells them for 6.99 (3-pack), so 6 bulbs for 13.98.


Wow, 1p, I'll drive to teh B&N to get sum.
Most people forget that LED bulbs should be purchased based on lumens you are trying to achieve not watts! Also how wide is light beam on GU10.
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A lot of people fit LED bulbs which are not emitting enough light resulting poorly lit rooms which negatively affects your eyes.
350lumen is a little low to claim 50W

edit: forgot to mention LED elements also degrade over time, so usually after year (depending on quality) you could have only 80% brightness left in it...
Edited by: "Anthonis" 8th Nov
8ANNED08/11/2019 16:06

They'll be halogens, not LEDs.


Your probably right.
Anthonis08/11/2019 17:17

Most people forget that LED bulbs should be purchased based on lumens you …Most people forget that LED bulbs should be purchased based on lumens you are trying to achieve not watts! Also how wide is light beam on GU10.[Image] A lot of people fit LED bulbs which are not emitting enough light resulting poorly lit rooms which negatively affects your eyes. 350lumen is a little low to claim 50W


Agree with this, and even have some of these Philips bulbs in my house. They're mostly bright enough but we have recently (this week actually) replaced the ones in the hallway with some enlite bulbs that also say they're 50w equivalents but actually are more like 500 lumens rather than 350 lumens and have a 60 degree beam angle instead of the 36 degrees that the Philips bulbs have - it's made a huge difference.
8ANNED08/11/2019 16:07

Wow, 1p, I'll drive to teh B&N to get sum.


You are missing the point here, but hey, at least you're trying to be funny, right?
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