Samsung 6.7w GU10 LED Dimmable (warm white (2700k) £3.54 or £2.63 @ CPC (Min. £10 spend for free del)
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Samsung 6.7w GU10 LED Dimmable (warm white (2700k) £3.54 or £2.63 @ CPC (Min. £10 spend for free del)

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Found 3rd May 2015
Bargain, especially if buying more than 5 at once then qualify for the lower price. Need to spend £10 to get free delivery but if you're looking at GU10 lights chances are you have more than one.


6.7W Dimmable LED Lamp with GU10 Base, Warm White (2700K),

350 Lumen Output, 35W Equivalent Lamp

Energy saving of 80% compared with conventional lamp
Warm White light
GU10 base
Dimmable
Long life of 25,000h
Instant start
No UV or IR output
Mercury & lead free
Equivalent to 35W conventional lamp
Average Bulb Life: 25000h
Bulb Size: -
Current Rating: 32mA
LED Colour: Warm White
Lamp Base Type: GU10
Luminous Intensity: 700cd
Power Rating: 6.7W
Angle: 40°
CCT: 2700K
External Length / Height: 61mm
External Width: 50mm
Luminous Flux: 350lm
MSL: -
Operating Temperature Max: 40°C
Operating Temperature Min: -20°C
Supply Voltage AC Max: 240V
Supply Voltage AC Min: 220V
Weight: 85g
- MR GUS

53 Comments

Just to add for the OP, these are warm white (2700k).

Heat added from me

Does the fact they're branded mean they'll last longer than 2 days?

prefer the ones from screwfix. same size as std gu10s so will fit in housing plus they have 3 yr warranty. five for £20! can't go wrong

Cpc price is plus vat

Ive got a number of these from cpc but the 3000k ones and they are great value. They have replaced halogen ones and give a similar light and power to 50w.

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stevenkats

prefer the ones from screwfix. same size as std gu10s so will fit in … prefer the ones from screwfix. same size as std gu10s so will fit in housing plus they have 3 yr warranty. five for £20! can't go wrong

Been looking at these at some G4s from Screwfix. Will take a punt!!

I once had problems with dimmables leds making a noise at low light levels, anyone else had this?

I.e when using a dimmer to set too very low light

Good price but note the length of these - 61mm. These will protrude from most GU10 light fittings.

rastbury

I.e when using a dimmer to set too very low light



On 240v LED's or 12v LED's that use a transformer?

rastbury

I once had problems with dimmables leds making a noise at low light … I once had problems with dimmables leds making a noise at low light levels, anyone else had this?


My Philips master does at low levels, not that noticeable. Reading reviews it appears to be the norm.

The output of these is too low for me as I've got use to the Mini Sun LED GU10 bulbs.

I've been using them a while and not one of them has failed.

They are a bit more but worth it with 520 lumen.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…0K3

Banned

Thanks OP

These didn't fit my lamp holders - the body was just too wide - so caveat emptor. Fortunately I was able to use 3 of the six I'd bought in another light fitting so not a total disaster, but if they last as long as claimed I'll probably never get to use the 'spares'!

These are never as bright as normal 50watt for my kitchen

As already noted, be careful that not too wide for your particular holder.

Much better than false economy no brand units which only last a few months if that.

vitertex

These are never as bright as normal 50watt for my kitchen


These are 35w equivalent, so I'd agree.

Dragon32

The output of these is too low for me as I've got use to the Mini Sun LED … The output of these is too low for me as I've got use to the Mini Sun LED GU10 bulbs. I've been using them a while and not one of them has failed. They are a bit more but worth it with 520 lumen. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00GOYNUR6/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_b-Lrvb0BFW0K3



What is the advantage of having frosted lens vs clear lens? Do the frosted lens lower light output compared to the clear lens?

stevenkats

prefer the ones from screwfix. same size as std gu10s so will fit in … prefer the ones from screwfix. same size as std gu10s so will fit in housing plus they have 3 yr warranty. five for £20! can't go wrong


I second this - though not quite the same level of "deal", they're decent and I've got eight of the 5w 346 lumen cool white bulbs in the kitchen and they fit perfectly.

http://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-gu10-led-lamps-346lm-5w-pack-of-5/4331g

Those linked are also dimmable, however, so that may be worth considering as well, if you're tight on space. Screwfix do a 10 pack as well. So far, we are really happy with them, and I can gladly leave all eight on knowing that it's still only the equivalent of one of the old bulbs alone (and cool white is, in my opinion, better for a kitchen space when cooking).

rastbury

I once had problems with dimmables leds making a noise at low light … I once had problems with dimmables leds making a noise at low light levels, anyone else had this?

use varilight pro-v dimmers. cost £20 ish at screwfix. so use the modules to replace the original ones. hope that makes sense. or google trail edge dimmers

vitertex

These are never as bright as normal 50watt for my kitchen

you will find the screwfix ones perfect.

stevenkats

use varilight pro-v dimmers. cost £20 ish at screwfix. so use the … use varilight pro-v dimmers. cost £20 ish at screwfix. so use the modules to replace the original ones. hope that makes sense. or google trail edge dimmers



Quoted for truth, the varilight proV dimmers are excellent for LED lamps.

Wolfylee

On 240v LED's or 12v LED's that use a transformer?



Mains 240v LEDs

Vegeta

What is the advantage of having frosted lens vs clear lens? Do the … What is the advantage of having frosted lens vs clear lens? Do the frosted lens lower light output compared to the clear lens?



I imagine Frosting just scatters the beam so its a bit more diffused than clear glass

stevenkats

use varilight pro-v dimmers. cost £20 ish at screwfix. so use the … use varilight pro-v dimmers. cost £20 ish at screwfix. so use the modules to replace the original ones. hope that makes sense. or google trail edge dimmers



I did think it was something too do with the dimmer, because when had 1 normal bulb and 3 LEDS instead of the 4 LEDS, the same low light did not make a high pitched noise. Thanks for the Advice.

rastbury

I did think it was something too do with the dimmer, because when had 1 … I did think it was something too do with the dimmer, because when had 1 normal bulb and 3 LEDS instead of the 4 LEDS, the same low light did not make a high pitched noise. Thanks for the Advice.



you may also need dimmable led transformers if you are using gu5.
3 (mr16) low voltage bulbs

6.7w is pathetically dark

Deeco

6.7w is pathetically dark



Watts are no longer a measure of light. Lumens...

Deeco 6.7w is a very bright LED lamp! Do your homework. As for dimmers being noisy and not working correctly it's because they were designed for a higher load tungsten bulb and dim between say 20-100w. LED lamps don't even hit the bottom of the design range!

Martini

Deeco 6.7w is a very bright LED lamp! Do your homework. As for dimmers … Deeco 6.7w is a very bright LED lamp! Do your homework. As for dimmers being noisy and not working correctly it's because they were designed for a higher load tungsten bulb and dim between say 20-100w. LED lamps don't even hit the bottom of the design range!



Makes sense. Thanks

Martini

Deeco 6.7w is a very bright LED lamp! Do your homework. As for dimmers … Deeco 6.7w is a very bright LED lamp! Do your homework. As for dimmers being noisy and not working correctly it's because they were designed for a higher load tungsten bulb and dim between say 20-100w. LED lamps don't even hit the bottom of the design range!



If you did your homework, you'd realise you cannot make statements like 6.7W is a very bright LED lamp, I've been installing LEDs since the very earliest days, and can promise you there are 10W GU10s made a few years ago that can barely outshine the 5W ones you can pick up from Home Bargains.

The only value worth noting, to work out brightness, is the figure for Lumens, I'd expect 400+ for a 5W lamp and considerably more for 6.7W lamp, with a slight drop in brightness if the lamp is 'warm white' rather than cold (or daylight). 450-500 lumens is roughly equivalent to a 50W halogen GU10.

mike

soton26

http://m.screwfix.com/p/varilight-trailing-edge-push-dimmer-1g-1-2w-400w-va/94816?filtered=true



even better...if you buy a double dimmer, it is only £5 more and so use each one for a tenner each

350L should not be more than an equivalent 35w halogen?
Edited by: "bobo53" 3rd May 2015

rastbury

I did think it was something too do with the dimmer, because when had 1 … I did think it was something too do with the dimmer, because when had 1 normal bulb and 3 LEDS instead of the 4 LEDS, the same low light did not make a high pitched noise. Thanks for the Advice.


Be warned using the wrong dimmer for LEDs can either damage your lamps or your dimmer unit. Costly.

mjbuckhurst

If you did your homework, you'd realise you cannot make statements like … If you did your homework, you'd realise you cannot make statements like 6.7W is a very bright LED lamp, I've been installing LEDs since the very earliest days, and can promise you there are 10W GU10s made a few years ago that can barely outshine the 5W ones you can pick up from Home Bargains.The only value worth noting, to work out brightness, is the figure for Lumens, I'd expect 400+ for a 5W lamp and considerably more for 6.7W lamp, with a slight drop in brightness if the lamp is 'warm white' rather than cold (or daylight). 450-500 lumens is roughly equivalent to a 50W halogen GU10.mike


I was talking about lamps bought today and not two years ago! I realise it's best to quote Lumens but this will be a bright lamp.

Worth noting that a 6.7W lamp emitting 350 lumens is old technology. Current spec is about 110 lumens per 1 watt, so whilst they are cheap, they are not as energy efficient as the latest bulbs.

In terms of being dimmable, you need to ensure the use of a low load dimmer switch, ie, one suitable specifically for LED's, then they will be fine.

123Answer

Worth noting that a 6.7W lamp emitting 350 lumens is old technology. … Worth noting that a 6.7W lamp emitting 350 lumens is old technology. Current spec is about 110 lumens per 1 watt, so whilst they are cheap, they are not as energy efficient as the latest bulbs.In terms of being dimmable, you need to ensure the use of a low load dimmer switch, ie, one suitable specifically for LED's, then they will be fine.


My Spark has put in a dimmer switch and all the spots flicker at most settings. He says it's the bulbs and I bought the spot fittings. Would a "normal" load dimmer switch make this happen?

Varilight LED Dimmer Switch - V-Pro Series, 1 Gang (Single), 1 or 2 Way, 400 Watt (Trailing Edge) amazon.co.uk/dp/…VGD

Good deal for the price alone for a branded bulb.
But 350 lumen is nowhere near the equivalent of a 50W halogen bulb. It will be a good replacement for a 35W.
With the latest led on chip technology you can get over 500 lumen out of 7W bulb. But the price is considerably more.
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