[RECOMMENDED] PRO ELEC HK-LD562A-BC LED Lamp/Bulb - GLS STYLE 10W 3000K BC £3.90 Delivered @ CPC
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[RECOMMENDED] PRO ELEC HK-LD562A-BC LED Lamp/Bulb - GLS STYLE 10W 3000K BC £3.90 Delivered @ CPC

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Found 11th Oct 2015
Also available in ES, SBC, SES, GU10 and many other cap base/ fitments...

LAMP LED GLS STYLE 10W 3000K BC Specs:
Average Bulb Life: 30000h
Bulb Size: -
LED Colour: Warm White
Lamp Base Type: BA22d / BC
Power Rating: 10W
Beam Angle: 120°
CCT: 3000K
Dimmable: No
External Diameter: 70mm
External Length / Height: 128mm
Supply Voltage AC Max: 240V
Supply Voltage AC Min: 220V
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That gives me an idea....
10w is very good output for an led bulb/fitting .. Price is good when compared to gu10's with 5w output.
Has anyone found a brand that lasts anything near the quoted 30,000 hours? I find 3000 hours would be a record .. .. ..
It is cheap. No indication of lumens for those 10w. Beam angle 120 is pretty directional. 3000k is a bit cooler than standard 2900k warm if you are mixing bulbs then will be noticeable despite seemingly small difference. Some may prefer it.
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Adrian7

It is cheap. No indication of lumens for those 10w. Beam angle 120 is … It is cheap. No indication of lumens for those 10w. Beam angle 120 is pretty directional. 3000k is a bit cooler than standard 2900k warm if you are mixing bulbs then will be noticeable despite seemingly small difference. Some may prefer it.



There's one with warmer white too on their website
Adrian7

It is cheap. No indication of lumens for those 10w. Beam angle 120 is … It is cheap. No indication of lumens for those 10w. Beam angle 120 is pretty directional. 3000k is a bit cooler than standard 2900k warm if you are mixing bulbs then will be noticeable despite seemingly small difference. Some may prefer it.


Output is 760 Lumens. Tungsten is typically 2700K though I only use the daylight lamps, (LP0786407) which I find give a pretty good spread of light. LP0786207 gives a lower price for 5+ warm white lamps(£3.48 each), lumens output is wrong on CPC.
Edited by: "damadgeruk" 11th Oct 2015
Adrian7

No indication of lumens for those 10w.


I do find it extremely odd that they don't mention it, it's surely the most important piece of information.

damadgeruk

Output is 760 Lumens. Tungsten is typically 2700K though I only use the … Output is 760 Lumens. Tungsten is typically 2700K though I only use the daylight lamps, (LP0786407) which I find give a pretty good spread of light. LP0786207 gives a lower price for 5+ warm white lamps(£3.48 each), lumens output is wrong on CPC.



I meant 2700k. 750 lumens is a bit less than 60W incandescent equivalent (e.g. Philips claim 806lm at 10W) but I guess it's half the price.
Stompa

I do find it extremely odd that they don't mention it, it's surely the … I do find it extremely odd that they don't mention it, it's surely the most important piece of information.


CPC typically list lumens, I've listed many different ones on my deals.
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Mine arrived today, elaborately packed as usual by CPC. This bulb is highly recommended as it is so bright! Hard to believe only 10watts. This shames the supermarket bulbs I have used before... more watts but no where as bright!
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Buying 5 more and replacing all bulbs at home. Other half is well impressed!
no_Sunshine

Buying 5 more and replacing all bulbs at home. Other half is well … Buying 5 more and replacing all bulbs at home. Other half is well impressed!


Did you buy warm? I love the daylight version, it's definitely marmite though.
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damadgeruk

Did you buy warm? I love the daylight version, it's definitely marmite … Did you buy warm? I love the daylight version, it's definitely marmite though.



Yes, ordered warm ones again... thinking of ordering 2 cool white ones for outside/driveway... Everything is just so much brighter with the LED...
These are actually really, really good for the price. I bought the 12W version for about £4.50, and it is outperforming every other LED bulb in the house (some of which are pulling 20W+). Rated lumens is 1200, and I have to say this seems conservative to me.

They have a good weight to them as well, which suggests a decent heatsink inside.
Edited by: "jasejames" 15th Oct 2015
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