This Energy Saving GU10 is an energy efficient and cost effective direct retrofit replacement for a conventional halogen GU10 light bulb. This bulb offers savings of 80% in energy usage and a lamp life of 10,000 hours. Rated at 7 watts (the equivalent of a 40w standard halogen) this bulb emits a Cool White colour temperature.
Product Data Sheet
Energy Saving GU10 7 Watt (Cool White - 4000K) Data Sheet
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