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35 Watt Halogen GU10 Par16 (25 Degree Beam) 5000 Hour Version

35 Watt Halogen GU10 Par16 (25 Degree Beam) 5000 Hour Version
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Product Discontinued
This item was discontinued on 13th March, 2018

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Beam Angle
50 Degrees


Cap/Base Type
2 Pin

Colour Temp
2700 K

50 mm


55 mm

Light Bulb Type

Light Colour
Warm White (830)

Leading Brand


Light Bulb

220-240 Volt

35 W

35 Watt Halogen GU10 Par16 (25 Degree Beam) 5000 Hour Version from Leading Brand

Model: GU10/50/35/5000

This 5000 hour 35 Watt Halogen GU10 Reflector/Spotlight features a 25 degree beam angle for even light distribution. Standard GU10 lamps last between 2000 and 2500 hours so this lamp is exceptional value for money. This lamp offers superior colour reproduction and saves up to 30% in energy usage compared to a normal halogen GU10

Technical Specifications

Light Bulb Type Reflectors/Spotlights
Technology Halogen
Wattage 35 W
Manufacturer Leading Brand
Light Colour Warm White (830)
Dimming? Dimmable
Beam Angle 50 Degrees
Colour Temp 2700 K
Diameter 50 mm
Length 55 mm
Cap/Base Type 2 Pin
Type Light Bulb
Manufacturers Average Lamp Life 5000 hrs
Voltage 220-240 Volt
Cap/Base GU10

Associated Product Barcodes


Alternative Stock Identifier Part Codes

GU10/35W/XENON G027
KXN 35 MR16 GU10


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Frequently Asked Questions

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What Lumens do I need to replace a halogen GU10?

Thu Jul 2015

Lumens is a universal measurement of how bright a light is. The higher the Lumen number the brighter the light. Wattage has historically been the way of measuring light output for incandecent and halogen bulbs, so as long as you replaced your 50 W ...

What are dichronic light bulbs and how can I tell them apart from an ordinary lamp?

Fri Jul 2015

A halogen dichroic light bulb has a reflector that emits the light from the back of the lamp. Used in the wrong downlighter they could cause overheating. You can tell them apart from a ordinary lamp by shining a light at the back of one, if it's ...

Difference between GU4 & GZ4 and GU10 & GZ10?

Fri Jul 2015

The codes for "G Style Cap" light bulbs can seem confusing, the chart below should help to clearly show the differences in the four most popular types (GU4, GZ4, GU10 and GZ10). In order to work out the difference you need to break the code ...


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