Inc. VAT £5.57
Light Bulb Type
Warm White (830)
This lamp offers a 30% energy saving compared to a standard incandescent light bulb. Also this lamp features twice the life of a standard incandescent light bulb and is fully dimmable. This lamp is ideal for use in decorative fittings such as chandeliers.
Your saving would be approximately £3.60
NOTE: Most electricity companies charge approx. 12 pence per kWh.
|Light Bulb Type||Reflectors/Spotlights|
|Light Colour||Warm White (830)|
|Equivalent Wattage||50 W|
|Beam Angle||36 Degrees|
|Colour Temp||2700 K|
|Cap/Base Type||2 Pin|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||2000 hrs|
|Energy Efficiency Rating||C|
For 35 Watt (50 Watt Alternative) Energy Saving Halogen MR16
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Fri Apr 2015
As Hazardous Waste Products which contain dangerous chemicals including Mercury and Lead, used Low Energy Light Bulbs and batteries must be disposed of in a safe and appropriate manner. Energy Saving Light Bulbs cannot be placed in Glass Recycling Ba ...
Thu Jul 2015
Lumens is a universal scale for brightness of the light bulbs. The higher the Lumen number the brighter the light. In the past wattage has been the way of measuring light output for incandecent and halogen bulbs, so as long as you replaced yo ...
Tue Jul 2015
LED and CFL light bulbs are more energy efficient compared to Energy Saving Halogen, they also last a lot longer. Based on a 60 watt equivalent, LED will run for up to 50,000 hours, CFL will last up to 10,000 hours but Energy Saving halogen is onl ...
for 35 Watt (50 Watt Alternative) Energy Saving Halogen MR16
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4th February, 2013 - Leo, United Kingdom
Properly energy efficient bulbs (LEDs) are too dim to light our kitchen with just the existing six fittings. This halogen one adequately replaces an old 50W halogen. Energy savings are not amazing hence only four stars in anticipation of technology improvements!