Choose 'branded' GU10 LED lamps with chipsets from Cree, Bridgelux, Luxeon

Genuinely powerful GU10 LED spotlights are likely to be built using the latest chipsets from leading US LED chip manufacturer Cree's X-Lamp range. Cree chipsets are of the highest quality, producing staggering amounts of light from minimal wattages, with very useable colour temperatures and excellent colour rendition. You can also expect similar quality and performance from the likes of Bridgelux, Epistar, Edison and Luxeon. If the manufacturer isn't mentioned in the description of an LED lamp you're considering, we suggest you tread carefully.

LED lamps last and save you money

We've hand-picked a range of GU10 LED spotlights intended for use as direct replacements for existing 240v halogen lamps in a wide variety of fittings without any modification. These lamps are offered with a variety of different outputs and beam angles and you should consider this when making your selection. LED GU10 lamps use a fraction of the electricity required by standard halogen GU10 lamps, yet give out just as much light. LED bulbs from quality manufacturers with CREE LEDs may have an extremely long lumen maintenance period of up to 50,000 hours. Over its lifetime, just one of these GU10 LED lamps replaces approximately 25 standard GU10 halogen spotlights, whilst saving as much as 2,450kWh of electricity - that's over £250 at 10.5p per kWh!

Look for Lumen output, not Watts

GU10 LED spotlights are available in a range of lumen outputs equivalent to wattages from 20w to 50w or more with beam angles ranging from 25 degrees to 120 degrees to suit your requirements. You should always compare the brightness of LED GU10 spotlights based on their stated output in lumens, not the power consumption in watts. Recent EU legislation requires the light output of all lamps to be stated in lumens, regardless of their technology. Terms such as 'Super-bright', 'Hyper-bright' and so on are not technical descriptions of light output and obviously cannot be used for comparison purposes. If you are offered an LED lightbulb without being told the output in lumens you should look elsewhere because you have no way of knowing how much light it can produce, no matter how many superlatives might be used in the description.

 

Equivalent light output in Watts

It is evident that many manufacturers and retailers are still making false claims about the equivalent light output of their LED lamps. EU legislation specifically mandates the equivalent light output in Watts dependent upon the lumen output in a published table. For example, to qualify as being comparable to a 60 Watt bulb, the EU say that an LED lamp must produce AT LEAST 806 lumens.

Most halogen GU10 lamps in domestic use are 50 Watts. According to the EU table, an LED replacement must produce at least 638 lumens before it can be claimed to have the same light output. In practice, rooms lit by 50 Watt GU10's quite often have too many fitted and are consequently 'over-lit'. Therefore, replacing a set of 50 Watt halogens with LED versions of lower equivalent wattages may still result in an acceptable level of illumination. This experience is frequently borne out in customer reviews of LED lighting.

For clarity, and for your convenience, we are updating our lamp descriptions to include the calculated EU equivalent light output based on current legislation. Please disregard sellers' own claims of equivalent wattages in their product descriptions, which are likely to be exaggerated.

Warm or Cool?

GU10 LED lamps are generally described as having one of two colour hues, Warm White or Cool White. The single exposure image on the right is of a display cabinet with toughened glass shelves containing glassware. The two sides of the cabinet are isolated from each other to prevent light interference. You can see that there is a significant difference between the Warm and Cool white lamps. Because of the way the colour temperature of LEDs is controlled, the cooler lamps are more intense than the warm ones. Although we describe the two lamp hues as 'warm' and 'cool', the light from a  Warm White lamp is similar to a standard halogen lamp. The Cool White lamps are not actually cold, they produce a pure brilliant white light, equivalent to natural daylight.

For a standard 'halogen style' lighting effect and for general home use we advise the fitting of Warm White lamps. For a cleaner 'pure white' more modern look, or for display lighting where accurate colour reproduction is important, we advise use of the Cool White lamps. The 'colour' of light is measured in degrees Kelvin. A Warm White lamp should be somewhere between 2,600-3,000K.  A Cool White lamp should be in the 4,000-5,500K range in order to not appear too 'blue' in the presence of traditional tungsten lighting.

LED lamps are priced according to their light output

This is a hard one which consumers are still struggling to come to terms with. You've always had to pay more if you wanted more light. For example, a traditional 40w bulb will cost a pound to buy, run for about 1,000 hours and so cost about £5.60 in total to run during its life at 11.5p per unit.  If you want more light, a 60w bulb will still be a pound to buy, but cost about £7.90 to run in total for the same period.  The extra 50% of light output has cost an extra 40% to achieve.

With LED lightbulbs, the power consumption is less significant in the calculation of costings because they consume very little.  Furthermore, the light output in lumens for an LED bulb is not directly related to its power consumption in watts.  The fact is that LED modules which are more efficient and capable of producing high lumen outputs are expensive to manufacture, especially when they are still being produced in comparatively low volumes. As a result, you will usually find that the higher the lumen output, the more expensive the LED bulb will be.

But it's not so bad.  A 520 lumen 7w LED lamp from a quality manufacturer should be good for at least 25,000 hours and cost about £20 to run during that time.  It should easily be able to replace the 40w lightbulb which was costing £5.60 every 1,000 hours, which is £140 over 25,000 hours. Looking at it the other way, even if the LED lamp had a purchase price of £30, it would still only cost about £2 to run each 1000 hours compared to £5.60 for the traditional bulb.  Either way, you win by switching to LED because the cost of electricity isn't likely to get any cheaper.

 

Auraglow 7w LED GU10 320lm Spotlight (Warm White)

These Auraglow branded GU10 LED spotlights offer a potential low-cost alternative to the top quality lamps from Aeon. Clearly, they don't have the claimed lumen output of the top-end lamps in the Aeon range, but  are worth considering for lower light level applications or where a drop in light output compared to 50w halogens would be acceptable. If you've done your research, you'll know that 320lm is pretty good for a 7w LED GU10 in warm white. According to EU guidelines, this makes the lamp's light output equivalent to a traditional 30 Watt lamp.

The manufacturer's stated output of 320lm is at a colour temperature of 3000k with a rather tight 30 degree beam angle, so better suited to higher ceilings or accent lighting. You may find these a little on the cool side for warm white. At 60mm, these lamps are longer than halogen GU10 lamps and may be too long to suit some fittings where the lamp is retained by a circlip, so check first.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. If the lumen output of an LED lamp is not stated in the description DON'T BUY IT, no matter how many superlatives are used to describe how bright it is. The average price of these Auraglow lamps is pretty good for 320 lumens.

 

  • 100 - 240v
  • 7 Watts
  • ~3000k Warm White
  • 320 Lumens (30 Watt equivalent)
  • 30 Degree beam
  • 5 Year Guarantee
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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Auraglow 7w LED GU10 350lm Spotlight (Cool White)

These Auraglow branded GU10 LED spotlights offer a potential low-cost alternative to the top quality lamps from Aeon. Clearly, they don't have the claimed lumen output of the top-end lamps in the Aeon range, but  are worth considering for lower light level applications or where a drop in light output compared to 50w halogens would be acceptable. If you've done your research, you'll know that 350lm is pretty good for a 7w LED GU10 in cool white. According to EU guidelines, this makes the lamp's light output equivalent to a traditional 32 Watt lamp.

The manufacturer's stated output of 350lm is at a colour temperature of 6000k with a rather tight 30 degree beam angle, so better suited to higher ceilings or accent lighting. Cool white lamps such as these are more suitable for shop display lighting than general home lighting. At 60mm, these lamps are longer than halogen GU10 lamps and may be too long to suit some fittings where the lamp is retained by a circlip, so check first.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. If the lumen output of an LED lamp is not stated in the description DON'T BUY IT, no matter how many superlatives are used to describe how bright it is. The average price of these Auraglow lamps is pretty good for 350 lumens.

 

  • 100 - 240v
  • 7 Watts
  • ~6000k Cool White
  • 350 Lumens (32 Watt equivalent)
  • 30 Degree beam
  • 5 Year Guarantee
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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Dimmable 6W LED GU10 480lm (Warm White)

This DIMMABLE GU10 240v LED spotlight is driven by 3 x Epistar 2W chips and is claimed to produce an impressive 480lm, which is equivalent to a 40 Watt incandescent lamp. The price of these lamps is incredibly reasonable considering the lumen output, and even more so given that they are also dimmable. When selecting dimmable LED lamps, you should be aware that the colour temperature does not decrease i.e. become warmer as you dim the lamp, and that they are usually compatible only with dedicated low load dimmers. This lamp is sold as Warm White, with a colour temperature of 3,000k. The fixed polycarbonate beam lens produces a 45 degree beam, suitable for general lighting applications.

The stated length of 58mm is quite compact for a dimmable LED GU10, making it suitable for installation in a broad range of fittings, although it is unlikely to fit into a designs using a circlip to retain the lamp.

  • 240v
  • 6 Watts
  • 3000k Warm White
  • 45 Degree beam
  • 480 Lumens (40 Watt equivalent)
  • Dimmable

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£1.44

6w LED GU10 320lm Spotlight (Warm White)

These unbranded 6w (3x2w) GU10 LED spotlights are manufactured using Edison LED modules to produce a claimed 320lm output in warm white at a respectably warm 2,800k. The price is reasonable for the lumen output. You'll know from your research that 320lm is better than most cheaper LED GU10 spotlights on the market, so give these lamps serious consideration. You should note that the seller's claim of these lamps being equivalent to 50 Watts is inaccurate, their 320 lumen output makes them comparable to a 30 Watt incandescent lamp.

The lamp design incorporates three integral polycarbonate beam lenses to control the beam angle at 45 degrees, making them suitable for general lighting in average to high ceilings and for accent lighting. If the colour temperatue of 2,800k is accurate, these lamps should produce a warm light fairly close to traditional halogen spotlights.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. The price of these unbranded lamps is very reasonable for 320 lumens, but the claimed lumen maintenance life of 50,000 hours may be a little optimistic and is a typical claim of Chinese manufacturers, so take it with a pinch of salt.

At 65mm, the overall length of these lamps is rather on the long side, making them potentially unsuitable for fittings where the lamp is retained by a circlip, so please check first.

  • 85 - 265v
  • 6 Watts
  • 2,800k Warm White
  • 320 Lumens (30 Watts equivalent)
  • 45 Degree beam
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches
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6w LED GU10 380lm Spotlight (Cool White)

These unbranded 6w (3x2w) GU10 LED spotlights are manufactured using Edison LED modules to produce a claimed 380lm output in cool white at 6,500k. The price is reasonable for the lumen output. You'll know from your research that 380lm from 6w is better than many cheaper LED GU10 spotlights on the market, so give these lamps serious consideration. You should note that the seller's claim of these lamps being equivalent to 60 Watts is outrageously inaccurate, their 380 lumen output makes them comparable to only a 34 Watt incandescent lamp.

The lamp design incorporates three integral polycarbonate beam lenses to control the beam angle at 45 degrees, making them suitable for general lighting in average to high ceilings and for accent lighting. If the colour temperatue of 6,500k is accurate, these lamps should produce a crisp daylight white suitable for shop windows displays, or where a more morder feel is required.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. The price of these unbranded lamps is very reasonable for 380 lumens, but the claimed lumen maintenance life of 50,000 hours may be a little optimistic and is a typical claim of Chinese manufacturers, so take it with a pinch of salt.

At 65mm, the overall length of these lamps is rather on the long side, making them potentially unsuitable for fittings where the lamp is retained by a circlip, so please check first.

  • 85 - 265v
  • 6 Watts
  • 6,500k Cool White
  • 380 Lumens (34 Watt equivalent)
  • 45 Degree beam
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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£14.88

ALT (Aeon Lighting) GU10 7W LED Spot 45 Degree 400lm Warm White

Aeon Lighting Technology (ALT) manufacture the most powerful GU10 LED spotlights available in the UK, but they can be difficult to source. This V4 Aeon lamp incorporates a 7 Watt four-way Luxeon chip design producing a Warm White 400 lumen ouput with a narrow 45 degree beam angle. The 45 degree degree fixed beam of light is a good choice where a more closely defined area of light is required. Despite being a little longer than ordinary halogen GU10 lamps, these 7w LED GU10s are perfect for use in recessed ceiling fittings where the lamp is held in place by a retaining circlip. According to EU guidelines, at 400 lumens this lamp's light output is equivalent to a traditional 35 Watt lamp.

  • 100 - 240v
  • 7 Watts
  • 45 Degree beam angle
  • ~2900k Warm White
  • 400 Lumens (35 Watts equivalent)
  • ANSI compliant fitting
  • Ideal for recessed 'circlip' light fittings
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches
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Kosnic 5w LED GU10 300lm Spotlight (Warm White)

These GU10 LED spotlights from Kosnic are a potential budget alternative to the top quality lamps from Aeon.  Clearly, they don't have the claimed lumen output of the top-end lamps in the Aeon range, but have a good build quality, so are worth considering for lower light level applications or where a drop in light output compared to 50w halogens would be acceptable.  If you've done your research, you'll know that 300lm is pretty good for a 5w LED GU10 in warm white. According to EU guidelines, a 300 lumen LED lamp is equivalent to a traditional 28 Watt lamp.

The manufacturer's stated output of 300lm is at a colour temperature of 3000k with a 36 degree beam angle.  You may find these a little on the cool side for warm white. Feedback suggests that these Kosnic lamps are sometimes too long to suit fittings where the lamp is retained by a circlip, so check first.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage.  If the lumen output of an LED lamp is not stated in the description DON'T BUY IT, no matter how many superlatives are used to describe how bright it is. The average price of these Kosnic lamps is fair for 300 lumens.

 

  • 100 - 240v
  • 5 Watts
  • ~3000k Warm White
  • 300 Lumens (28 Watt equivalent)
  • 35 Degree beam
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches
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3w LED GU10 Spotlight 290lm (Warm White)

These unbranded 3w GU10 LED spotlights are as cheap as chips, and claim to produce 290 lumens with a 38 degree beam angle. The colour temperature is described as Warm White, being estimated at 3,000k (a bit high for warm, but okay). Despite the seller claiming these lamps are equivalent to 40 watt incandescents in the title, 290 lumens is really only equal to a 27 watt lamp. We're also a little bit concerned about the claim of 290lm at 3,000k from only 3 watts because this would make their efficiency an incredible 96lm/watt! We consider this unlikely to be correct, so either the power consumed is greater than 3 watts, or the lumen output is much less than 290. Tread carefully here!

The lamp design incorporates an integral polycarbonate triple beam lens to control the beam angle at 38 degrees. Combined with the low 290 lumen output, this makes them better suited to accent lighting, and unsuitable for general room illumination.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. The price of these unbranded lamps is very reasonable, if 290 lumen output is correct.

At just 50mm, the length of these lamps makes them a good fit for fittings where the lamp is retained by a circlip.

  • 240v
  • 3w (27w Equiv.)
  • 3,000k Warm White
  • 290 Lumens (27 Watt equivalent)
  • 38 Degree beam
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches
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5w LED GU10 Spotlight 395lm (Warm White)

These unbranded 5w GU10 LED spotlights claim an impressive 395 lumen output at a very reasonable price. The colour temperature is described as Warm White, being estimated at 3,000k (a bit high for warm, but okay). Despite the seller claiming these lamps as being equivalent to 55 watt incandescents, 395 lumens is really only equal to a 35 watt lamp.

The lamp design incorporates five integral polycarbonate beam lenses to control the beam angle at 45 degrees, making them suitable for general lighting in average to high ceilings and for accent lighting.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. The price of these unbranded lamps is very reasonable indeed if the 395 lumen output is accurate, but the claimed lumen maintenance life of 50,000 hours may be a little optimistic and is a typical claim of Chinese manufacturers, so take it with a pinch of salt.

At 72mm, the overall length of these lamps is rather on the long side, making them potentially unsuitable for fittings where the lamp is retained by a circlip, so please check first.

  • 240v
  • 5w (35w Equiv.)
  • 3,000k Warm White
  • 395 Lumens (35 Watt equivalent)
  • 45 Degree beam
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches
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6w LED GU10 450lm Spotlight (Warm White)

Although these unbranded GU10 LED spotlights are manufactured using older multiple surface mount device (SMD) technology, they claim to consume only 6 Watts to produce a very impressive 450lm output in warm white at 3,000k. The use of the older SMD LED's makes them much cheaper to manufacture, hence the low price. You'll know from your research that 450lm from 6 Watts is very good indeed, so give these lamps serious consideration. According to EU guidelines, 450 lumens of LED light is equivalent to a 38 Watt traditional lamp.

There's no lens to control the beam angle of these lamps, so the angle is stated at 120 degrees, which should still be okay for general lighting purposes at lower ceiling heights, but less suitable for accent lighting.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. If the lumen output of an LED lamp is not stated in the description DON'T BUY IT, no matter how many superlatives are used to describe how bright it is. The price of these lamps is incredibly good if they live up to the claimed 450 lumen output, but they do use older SMD LEDs so look a bit odd when not in use.

 

  • 240v
  • 6 Watts
  • 3,000k Warm White
  • 450 Lumens (38 Watts equivalent)
  • 120 Degree beam
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches
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Dimmable Auraglow 7w LED GU10 280lm Spotlight (Warm White)

These DIMMABLE Auraglow branded GU10 LED spotlights have a stated output of 280lm, making them equivalent to a 27 Watt incandescent lamp. At such a low initial light output you have to question the point of them being dimmable, but  they are worth considering for lower light level applications or where a drop in light output compared to 50w halogens would be acceptable. The length of this lamp is pretty long for a GU10, being 65mm. You should therefore check that your fittings will take these lamps before ordering.

Dimmable LED lamps can sometimes be controlled with existing dimmer switches, but we'd advise replacing your current switchwith one designed specifically for LED lamps to reduce flicker and provide a wide dimming range. You should also be advised that dimming these lamps will not reduce their colour temperature i.e. they will not become warmer, as is the case with traditional incandescent lamps.

  • 240v
  • 7 Watts
  • ~3000k Warm White
  • 280 Lumens (27 Watt equivalent)
  • 30 Degree beam
  • 5 Year Guarantee
  • DIMMABLE

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Interlux 5w LED GU10 400lm Spotlight (Warm White)

Although these Interlux 5w GU10 LED spotlights are manufactured using older multiple surface mount device (SMD) technology, they claim to consume only 5 Watts to produce an impressive 400lm output in warm white at a somewhat vague 2,700-3,500k. The use of the older SMD LED's makes them much cheaper to manufacture, hence the low price. You'll know from your research that 400lm from 5 Watts is very good indeed, so give these lamps serious consideration. According to EU guidelines, 400 lumens of LED light is equivalent to a 35 Watt traditional lamp.

There's no lens to control the beam angle of these lamps, so the angle is stated at 120 degrees, which should still be okay for general lighting purposes at lower ceiling heights, but less suitable for accent lighting. Be warned about that wide colour temperature range. Typically, warm white lamps should be 3,000k or less, ideally hitting 2,700k.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. If the lumen output of an LED lamp is not stated in the description DON'T BUY IT, no matter how many superlatives are used to describe how bright it is. The price of these Interlux lamps is very good for 400 lumens, but they do use older SMD LEDs so look a bit odd when not in use.

 

  • 100 - 240v
  • 5 Watts
  • 2,700-3500k Warm White
  • 400 Lumens (35 Watts equivalent)
  • 120 Degree beam
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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£6.99

Interlux 5w LED GU10 400lm Spotlight (Cool White)

Although these Interlux 5w GU10 LED spotlights are manufactured using older multiple surface mount device (SMD) technology, they claim to consume only 5 Watts to produce a 400 lumen output in cool white at a somewhat wide 5,500-7,000k. The use of the older SMD LED's makes them much cheaper to manufacture, hence the low price. You'll know from your research that 400lm from 5w is very good, so give these lamps serious consideration if looking for a bright, cool GU10 LED. According to EU regulations, a 400 lumen LED lamp must be described as being equivalent to a 35 Watt traditional lamp.

There's no lens to control the beam angle of these lamps, so the angle is stated at 120 degrees, which should still be okay for general lighting purposes at lower ceiling heights, but less suitable for accent lighting. Be warned about that wide colour temperature range. Typically, cool white lamps should be 6,500k or less, ideally hitting 6,000k to avoid appearing too blue. We're a bit worried that the warm and cool versions of this lamp both have the same claimed lumen output of 400lm, when you'd expect the cool lamp to be significantly brighter than the warm one for the same wattage.

LED lamps are generally priced according to their lumen output, not their wattage. If the lumen output of an LED lamp is not stated in the description DON'T BUY IT, no matter how many superlatives are used to describe how bright it is. The price of these Interlux lamps is very good for 400 lumens, but they do use older SMD LEDs so look a bit odd when not in use.  

 

  • 100 - 240v
  • 5 Watts
  • 5,500-7,000k Cool White
  • 400 Lumens (35 Watts equivalent)
  • 120 Degree beam
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches
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ALT (Aeon Lighting) GU10 7W LED Spot 50 Degree 520lm Warm White

Aeon Lighting Technology (ALT) manufacture the most powerful GU10 LED spotlights available in the UK. This 7Watt lamp produces an incredible 520lm in warm white. It incorporates a four-way Cree chip design with a diffused 38 degree beam angle. The 38 degree degree fixed beam is a good choice where a more closely defined area of light is required, or for installation in higher ceilings. Despite being a little longer than ordinary halogen GU10 lamps, these 7w LED GU10s are perfect for use in recessed ceiling fittings where the lamp is held in place by a retaining circlip. According to EU guidelines, at 520 lumens this lamp's light output is equivalent to a traditional 43 Watt lamp.

  • 100 - 240v
  • 7 Watts
  • 38 Degree beam angle
  • ~2900k Warm White
  • 520 Lumens (43 Watts equivalent)
  • ANSI compliant fitting
  • Ideal for recessed 'circlip' light fittings
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches
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GU10 7W LED Spot 120 Degree 355lm (Warm White)

GU10 7W LED Spot 120 Degree 355lm (Warm White)

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This is our latest GU10 LED spotlight.  It still uses the industry-leading CREE MC-E LED module, but the unique finned heatsink design allows the module to be driven to 7w, generating even more light than our 4w lamps with a very wide beam.  It's easily a match for a standard 50w halogen GU10 lamp, which it should outlast up to twenty five times over.  This Warm White version has a wide 120 degree fixed beam of light, similar to an ordinary tungsten halogen GU10 lamp.  Despite being a little longer than ordinary halogen GU10 lamps, these new 7w LED GU10s are perfect for use in recessed ceiling fittings where the lamp is held in place by a retaining circlip.

  • 100 - 240v
  • 7w (50w+ Equiv.)
  • ~2900k Warm White
  • 355 Lumens
  • ANSI compliant fitting
  • Ideal for recessed 'circlip' light fittings
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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GU10 7W LED Spot 120 Degree 475lm (Cool White)

This is our latest 240v LED GU10 spotlight.  It still uses the industry-leading CREE MC-E module, but the unique finned heatsink design allows the module to be driven to 7w, generating even more light than our 4w lamps with a very wide beam.  It's easily a match for a standard 50w halogen GU10 lamp, which it should outlast up to twenty five times over.  This Cool White version has a wide 120 degree fixed beam of light, similar to an ordinary tungsten halogen GU10 lamp.  Despite being a little longer than ordinary halogen GU10 lamps, these new 7w LED GU10s are perfect for use in recessed ceiling fittings where the lamp is held in place by a retaining circlip.

  • 100 - 240v
  • 7w (50w+ Equiv.)
  • ~5000k Cool White
  • 475 Lumens
  • ANSI compliant fitting
  • Ideal for recessed 'circlip' light fittings
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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GU10 7W LED Spot 60 Degree 355lm (Warm White)

This GU10 LED spotlight is from our new range.  It still uses the industry-leading CREE MC-E LED module, but the unique finned heatsink design allows the module to be driven to 7w, generating even more light than our 4w lamps with a medium beam angle.  It's easily a match for a standard 50w halogen GU10 lamp, which it should outlast up to twenty five times over.  This Warm White version has a 60 degree fixed beam of light and is a good choice when a more tightly defined area of light is required.  Despite being a little longer than ordinary halogen GU10 lamps, these new 7w LED GU10s are perfect for use in recessed ceiling fittings where the lamp is held in place by a retaining circlip.

  • 100 - 240v
  • 7w (50w+ Equiv.)
  • 60 Degree beam angle
  • ~2900k Warm White
  • 355 Lumens
  • ANSI compliant fitting
  • Ideal for recessed 'circlip' light fittings
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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GU10 3W LED Spot (Warm White)

Price reduced. Was £16.99 now only £12.99 while current stocks last!

This GU10 240v LED spotlight is driven by a 3W CREE XR-E module and is equivalent to a standard 25w halogen GU10 lamp, yet uses only a fraction of the electricity to run and will outlast up to twenty five standard halogen GU10 lamps.  This Warm White model is supplied fitted with a 70 degree clear lens for a focused, crisp beam of light, similar to a tungsten halogen lamp.

  • 100 - 240v
  • 3w (25w Equiv.)
  • 2800k Warm White
  • 150 Lumens
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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GU10 3W LED Spot (Cool White)

Price reduced. Was £16.99 now only £12.99 while current stocks last!

This GU10 240v LED spotlight is driven by a 3W CREE XR-E module and is equivalent to a standard 35w halogen GU10 lamp, yet uses only one tenth of the electricity to run and will outlast up to twenty five standard halogen GU10 lamps.  This Cool White model is supplied fitted with a 70 degree clear lens for a focused, crisp beam of clean natural light without the slightest hint of blue for a modern hi-tech look.

  • 100 - 240v
  • 3w (35w Equiv.)
  • 4500k Cool White
  • 180 Lumens
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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GU10 4W LED Spot (Warm White)

This GU10 240v LED spotlight is driven by a 4W CREE MC-E module and is equivalent to a standard 50w halogen GU10 lamp, yet uses only one tenth of the electricity to run and will outlast up to twenty five standard halogen GU10 lamps.  This Warm White model is supplied fitted with a 70 degree clear lens for a focused, crisp beam of light, similar to a tungsten halogen lamp.

  • 100 - 240v
  • 4w (50w Equiv.)
  • 2800k Warm White
  • 320 Lumens
  • Not suitable for use with dimmer switches

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