ZX GU10 5W LED Light Pure White/Warm White Cover Corn Bulb for £0.79 at Banggood
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ZX GU10 5W LED Light Pure White/Warm White Cover Corn Bulb for £0.79 at Banggood

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Found 8th JulMade hot 8th Jul
Just found some cheaper LED corn bulbs only for £0.79 per one. 2 colors all available. This is the lowest price i haven't seen before. 3 days of limited time for this bulbs. I think this is a good deal for people who need it.

Specification :
Connector : B22
Type : LED Corn Bulbs
LED Quantity : 36
Wattage : 5W
Voltage : AC110V / AC220V Optional
Light Color : Warm White(2700-3200k), Pure White(6000-6500k)
LED Source : SMD 5730
Lumens : 400Lm
Beam Angle : 360 Degree

Features:
Energy Saving and Long operating life, Innovation bulb chandelier, return to the ancients, mini LED bulb apply to many place, such as bar, evening party, decorate.
Suitable for hotel, dining-room,meeting room, drawing room, showroom, shop, corridor, telephone booth,studio and exhibition.
Entertainment Lighting, Architectural Lighting, City Beautification, Partial Lighting, Decorative illumination at home and public areas.

16 Comments

Very articulate!

Where would you use this strange fitting ? - was hoping it was a standard GU10

These should appear on BigClive's youtube soon, I expect them to last about 20mins

mikeyw1 h, 35 m ago

Where would you use this strange fitting ? - was hoping it was a standard …Where would you use this strange fitting ? - was hoping it was a standard GU10

​In a corn grow room stupid!

mikeyw

Where would you use this strange fitting ? - was hoping it was a standard … Where would you use this strange fitting ? - was hoping it was a standard GU10



in a cylindrical shaped glass fitting, there a picture in one of the reviews, I was curious to.

mikeyw

Where would you use this strange fitting ? - was hoping it was a standard … Where would you use this strange fitting ? - was hoping it was a standard GU10


Difficult to say as B22 (standard bayonet) is also mentioned. Connector : B22

Remember with these, most of the light comes out sideways, which is probably different to the one you're replacing and might lead to disappointment.

Consider removing the plastic case from these as it allows better air cooling, which extends the lifetime

110V or 220v for the Uk ?

jeeeeeez

Consider removing the plastic case from these as it allows better air … Consider removing the plastic case from these as it allows better air cooling, which extends the lifetime


Though may significantly reduce the lifetime of anyone that touches it. oO

I've watched a YouTube video of someone testing these types of bulbs , many many failed when tested to ensure the mains was isolated from the bulb . Wouldn't touch these with a heavy insulated barge pole

browntoa

I've watched a YouTube video of someone testing these types of bulbs , … I've watched a YouTube video of someone testing these types of bulbs , many many failed when tested to ensure the mains was isolated from the bulb . Wouldn't touch these with a heavy insulated barge pole



Well, these do have a clear plastic cover stuck over it to protect against accidental electrocution, providing the heat from the bulb doesn't cause the glue or plastic to fail.

The other issue you should consider is has the chinese manufacturer spent extra on self extinguishing plastic like you'd find in bulbs that can be legally sold in the UK, if not and one develops a fault you could get burning plastic dripping onto your carpet and lots of toxic fumes.

Having multiple LEDs will also mean one of them will burn out.
I hate corn bulbs.
Stick with Philips and the like for LEDs

I dont trust none brand led bulbs.. even poundland ones

MaximusRo

Having multiple LEDs will also mean one of them will burn out.I hate corn … Having multiple LEDs will also mean one of them will burn out.I hate corn bulbs.Stick with Philips and the like for LEDs



I like COB bulbs for directional lights and the new filament LED bulbs (also a type of cob led) for glass lamp shades.

I've had a bad experience with LAP made filament leds, but the rest have been reliable.

They also tend to be more efficient. eg this is a 4W but slightly brighter than the 5w 79p one above, although these are 2.50 each toolstation.com/sho…146

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