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G9 LED Bulbs

Introducing a comprehensive range of G9 LED Bulbs that are a straight swap replacement for their old halogen counterparts, available in three different colour temperatures warm white, cool white and daylight these lamps save you money and give great colour redition.

Cool White Dimmable Daylight

Can I replace G9 halogen bulbs with LED?

Yes it is a straight swap. Switching to LED bulbs gives you the option of different colour temperatures including Warm White (yellow/orange warm light to replicate halogen light bulbs), Cool White (crisp white light that is ideal for use in modern kitchens/bathrooms) or Daylight (a bluey white light that replicates natural daylight) G9 light bulbs are often fitted in chandeliers so changing to LED gives you the option of a different look and feel to your room.

 

Can you mix different makes of G9 LED Bulbs?

There is no technical reason why you cant mix different G9 LED Bulbs form various manufacturers however there can sometimes be a slight difference in colour temperature even if you select the same colour for example warm white. The reason for this is that each manufacturer when it buys LEDs will buy the same Bin number LED to keep consistency of colour temperature in its range of products. A Bin number indicates the G9 LED Bulbs brightness and colour and there may be a slight variation between manufacturers Bin numbers and therefore a slight difference in the appearance of the same colour temperature.

 

What is the brightest G9 LED Bulb?

The brightest G9 Bulb is an 11 watt 1000 lumen lamp that is approximately equivalent to 100 watts in halogen, the benefits of these G9 LED Light Bulbs include a long lamp life and reduced running costs compared with its halogen counterpart. For more help with understanding lumens give our video below a look: