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5W GU10 Warm White LED Light Bulbs 10 Pack - Buy 1 get 1 free (20 Bulbs) £5 @ Wickes (free click and collect)
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5W GU10 Warm White LED Light Bulbs 10 Pack - Buy 1 get 1 free (20 Bulbs) £5 @ Wickes (free click and collect)

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Buy 1 get 1 free offer on 10 pack of 5W GU10 Warm White Wickes LED Light Bulbs, so 20 bulbs for £5 (equivalent of 25p a bulb). Free click and collect and good reviews. Most stores have stock at time of posting. Add two packs of 10 bulbs and take to checkout to see the discount.

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Wickes LED Light Bulb - 5W GU10 - Pack of 10 BOGOF (20 bulbs)

  • Instant switch on
  • Direct replacement for halogen bulbs
  • Lasts up to 25,000 hours
  • 90% energy saving
  • Lumens: 355 lm
  • Light Colour: Warm White
  • This lamp is non-dimmable
  • The colour temperature of this lamp is 2700k

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HotUKDealSeeker26/11/2019 06:40

I’ll start. Warm white, no thanks



Warm white is the only good look for 99% of houses. Cool white just looks dumb unless it's a car headlight.
FunkiestMonkey26/11/2019 07:12

What else for interior?


IMO, the interior should be 4000K minimum. I use 6000K in the kitchen, living room and bathrooms and have a variable light (1500K-6500K) in the bedroom which I alter depending on time of day.

2700K is just a depressing colour and looks horrible everytime I've seen it in a house, although I do have a warm white light in the landing, but that's rarely used so I haven't bothered to change it. I can't fathom why people still install warm white bulbs in their homes.

And no, contrary to what the other guy said, daylight bulbs don't make your home look like a dental surgery, they do make it look bright and lively though.
Edited by: "Ragedragon84" 26th Nov 2019
I’ll start. Warm white, no thanks
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I’ll start. Warm white, no thanks
Heat for price though
Excellent price!! Shame non-diammable
Definitely a great buy for non-dimmables. Well spotted @Chanchi32
Blimey where are Wickes getting all of these bulbs from

🔥 from me..
Don't do as I did and put one pack in expecting them to add the free one
It's gonna get hot in here. Ordered. Many thanks Chanchi32
FunkiestMonkey26/11/2019 07:12

What else for interior?


hotukdealseeker house prob looks like the inside of a dentists surgery lol. i have 4000k in kitchen, 2700k in most other rooms. i even have a 1800k in a lamp in the conserv but each to their own i guess
Edited by: "cannycoyote" 28th Nov 2019
Any dimmable cool light GU10 offer?
HotUKDealSeeker26/11/2019 06:40

I’ll start. Warm white, no thanks


I'll second .... 5W. Too bright. No thanks.
I bought these when they were last £5 a box. No complaints whatsoever. Have them in the kitchen. They are fine.
Shame they are not dimmable, but great value if you are ok with that. Heat added.
balsingh45826/11/2019 08:59

I'll second .... 5W. Too bright. No thanks.



Too bright for you. they're only 355LM. That's about right for many.
HotUKDealSeeker26/11/2019 06:40

I’ll start. Warm white, no thanks



Warm white is the only good look for 99% of houses. Cool white just looks dumb unless it's a car headlight.
Arkz26/11/2019 09:26

Too bright for you. they're only 355LM. That's about right for many.


Suppose that will work for most. I use the 3w ones which are around 200lm.
Great deal cheers op 🏻
FunkiestMonkey26/11/2019 07:12

What else for interior?


IMO, the interior should be 4000K minimum. I use 6000K in the kitchen, living room and bathrooms and have a variable light (1500K-6500K) in the bedroom which I alter depending on time of day.

2700K is just a depressing colour and looks horrible everytime I've seen it in a house, although I do have a warm white light in the landing, but that's rarely used so I haven't bothered to change it. I can't fathom why people still install warm white bulbs in their homes.

And no, contrary to what the other guy said, daylight bulbs don't make your home look like a dental surgery, they do make it look bright and lively though.
Edited by: "Ragedragon84" 26th Nov 2019
Dont forget to use your tradepro discount: TRADEPRO for 5% off
Thanks OP - perfect timing (y). Managed to order 10 boxes.
Tried cool white in our bathroom and the light was horrible. It looked cold and clinical, so changed for warm white. Now it looks just as bright but warm and homely too.
This may be a stupid question but do I need to put 2 packs in the basket or do I put 1 pack in and they send the second pack with order?
Slightly off topic but Im looking for some advice. Ive moved into a flat with the old GU10 Compact flourescent bulbs AKA 75mm 'Long barrel' as shown below. These are actually energy hologen not LED. I can't seem to find LED replacements for these bigger bulbs. The GU10 socket is the same but the housing is much bigger and when I tried to install regular LED GU10 bulbs in they dont fill the entire space. Can anyone direct me to and LED bulbs that replace the ones below? Or even some kind of adaptor would do.

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FrugalFergal26/11/2019 13:16

Slightly off topic but Im looking for some advice. Ive moved into a flat …Slightly off topic but Im looking for some advice. Ive moved into a flat with the old GU10 Compact flourescent bulbs AKA 75mm 'Long barrel' as shown below. These are actually energy hologen not LED. I can't seem to find LED replacements for these bigger bulbs. The GU10 socket is the same but the housing is much bigger and when I tried to install regular LED GU10 bulbs in they dont fill the entire space. Can anyone direct me to and LED bulbs that replace the ones below? Or even some kind of adaptor would do.[Image]


Probably cheaper and easier to change the light fittings if the ceiling cut out is either smaller or the same size on the replacement fittings. They are usually around £10 per fitting. Ive never seen the type of lamp you have so its probably very uncommon and will therefore be unlikley anyone will make a retro fit lamp for it.
Sonic_Rahman26/11/2019 12:44

This may be a stupid question but do I need to put 2 packs in the basket …This may be a stupid question but do I need to put 2 packs in the basket or do I put 1 pack in and they send the second pack with order?




you need to put 2 packs in the basket and you will see the discount, thanks
Bought these on the last deal at £5/box, thought that was an excellent price, so gone for 2 more boxes. Obviously subjective but they throw a nice warm light, good brightness (I have a 3 light unit in the bedroom but only have 2 of these in it as they are quite bright, but excellent for hall ways). The beam is quite wide as well, my old LED bulbs were very narrow, so overall very good. No idea what the internals are like but the outer casing feels well put together, no obvious corner cutting on the 6 I've installed so far.
Arkz26/11/2019 09:27

Warm white is the only good look for 99% of houses. Cool white just looks …Warm white is the only good look for 99% of houses. Cool white just looks dumb unless it's a car headlight.



Hot! I agree - I've got cool white spotlights in my bathroom and they make me look like a heroin addict.
Great deal. Pity they are just available in warm white or else I'd have snapped them up!

Much cheaper then elsewhere for equivalent bulbs... still cheaper than most places before the BOGOF deal!
Chanchi3226/11/2019 13:40

you need to put 2 packs in the basket and you will see the discount, thanks


Thank you
Any deals for dimmable guys? Thanks
Can you just go and buy them instore ?
Ragedragon8426/11/2019 10:39

IMO, the interior should be 4000K minimum. I use 6000K in the kitchen, …IMO, the interior should be 4000K minimum. I use 6000K in the kitchen, living room and bathrooms and have a variable light (1500K-6500K) in the bedroom which I alter depending on time of day. 2700K is just a depressing colour and looks horrible everytime I've seen it in a house, although I do have a warm white light in the landing, but that's rarely used so I haven't bothered to change it. I can't fathom why people still install warm white bulbs in their homes.And no, contrary to what the other guy said, daylight bulbs don't make your home look like a dental surgery, they do make it look bright and lively though.


Warmer light tends to be more relaxing (I believe this is proven) and helps us sleep easier after being in warmly lit areas, same reason some mobiles nowadays have Eye Comfort options which make the screen warmer at a certain time of night (you can set this yourself).

I love cool light in certain situations but it is known as quite clinical and not very "homely". I tried cool lights in the living room and did not like them at all, didnt make the room look comfortable or cosy (which is what I want from my living spaces). I do have cool LEDs in my bathroom and kitchen though as it suits those spaces.

Warmer light also prevents eye strain when there are darker surroundings (again helping us feel relaxed), to do with rods/cones etc. The same reason BMW always had orange lighting in their interiors right up until their latest generation, as orange light uses our rods rather than cones, helping the driver see more of the road because they are less dazzled/distracted by white lights in the cabin.
Edited by: "Keydogg" 26th Nov 2019
guys this is about the deal, no one cares what your taste for light warmth is. dont like it, don't buy it.
Ragedragon8426/11/2019 10:39

IMO, the interior should be 4000K minimum. I use 6000K in the kitchen, …IMO, the interior should be 4000K minimum. I use 6000K in the kitchen, living room and bathrooms and have a variable light (1500K-6500K) in the bedroom which I alter depending on time of day. 2700K is just a depressing colour and looks horrible everytime I've seen it in a house, although I do have a warm white light in the landing, but that's rarely used so I haven't bothered to change it. I can't fathom why people still install warm white bulbs in their homes.And no, contrary to what the other guy said, daylight bulbs don't make your home look like a dental surgery, they do make it look bright and lively though.


Cool light keeps your brain awake. End of. Goodnight. Or not a good night.
39126443-vv2kd.jpgBought, thanks.
FunkiestMonkey26/11/2019 15:02

Cool light keeps your brain awake. End of. Goodnight. Or not a good night.


Hence why, as I said, my bedroom light is variable. If I'm getting ready to sleep, I switch it to warm white.

The living room, but especially kitchen and bathroom, are not places to sleep. End of.
Warm white all the way!! I’ll save cool for the docs and dentist cheers
20 bulbs for £5 is a no brainer....Heat added and 2 packs ordered. Thanks OP.
Only 32 degree angle 120 degrees are better
Sonic_Rahman26/11/2019 12:44

This may be a stupid question but do I need to put 2 packs in the basket …This may be a stupid question but do I need to put 2 packs in the basket or do I put 1 pack in and they send the second pack with order?


Just 1 as it’s BOGOF and you will receive two boxes of 10.
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