This item was discontinued on 23rd August, 2016
Megaman 5W Dimmable LED Long Barrel GU10 Warm White (11W CFL Alternative)
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Warm White (830)
Saving 80% in energy usage this Warm White Energy Saving GU10 light bulb is a great replacement for an energy hungry halogen bulb. Offering excellent light output this lamp is perfect for spotlight applications. Lasting 10,000 hours this lamp is rated at 7 watts, which is the equivalent of a 30 watt traditional halogen output.
Your saving would be approximately £59.40
NOTE: Most electricity companies charge approx. 12 pence per kWh.
|Light Bulb Type||Reflectors/Spotlights|
|Light Colour||Warm White (830)|
|Equivalent Wattage||40 W|
|Beam Angle||115 Degrees|
|Colour Temp||3000 K|
|Cap/Base Type||2 Pin|
|Manufacturers Average Lamp Life||15000 hrs|
|Energy Efficiency Rating||A|
|Manufacturers Part Number||614220|
|Megaman gu10 7W WARM|
For Energy Saving GU10 7 Watt Warm White (30 Watt Alternative)
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Fri May 2006
There are many different types of cap and base. The more common caps and bases include 'Edison Screw', 'Bayonet Cap', 'Small Bayonet Cap' and 'Small Bayonet Cap'. To view the more unusual caps and for a complete guide ...
Fri May 2006
Incandescent lamps are standard domestic light bulbs including GLS, candle, golfball and many others. Halogen lamps are high intensity, optimised lamps giving better efficiency than standard light bulbs. Energy saving lamps are direct replaceme ...
Thu May 2007
Some older designs had quite a high "colour temperature" which may be perceived as "colder" but many energy saving lamps now use a "warm white" coating to make the light very similar to a normal incandescent bulb.
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22nd May, 2012 - Chris, United Kingdom
Another good product from Megaman, although my only complaint would be the light colour. More of a white rather than a warm white. Had a tinge of blue to it which made it different from a standard GU10 Incandescent bulb. This is probably why it is listed as 3000K rather than 2700K.
17th February, 2011 - Mark, United Kingdom
The megaman range really do what it takes