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LED 13W DD Gear Tray 5000K Microwave on/off Sensor (28 Watt Alternative)from Leading Brand (Model: GT-200-T-2550-803)
This 13 Watt 5000K LED Conversion Kit with Microwave Sensor is an energy-efficient gear tray, a retrofit for a compact fluorescent 28W gear tray. The on/off microwave sensor detects presence up to 10 meters. Offers excellent colour rendering and a 50,000 hour life compared to the fluorescent alternative.
Potential saving for bulb over its manufacturers predicted life: £90.00
Assuming electricity is charged at p per kWh rate (most electricity companies charge approx. 12p per kWh).
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