TCP GU10 bulbs deliver 330 lumens of warm white light at 5 watts, the equivalent of a 40W-50W incandescent bulb at a fraction of the energy cost. With a class A+ power rating and a 25,000-hour life, they barely ever need replacing and can potentially save £100s.
The TCP range of LED GU10 lights is 50mm in height – the standard height of all GU10 lights in the UK, so it will fit perfectly in existing GU10 fixtures. However, the neck part is slightly shorter than normal halogen bulbs which might be a problem for certain fittings with very tight space, so please check the space available in your fittings before buying this TCP LED GU10 bulb.
1. What color of LED light should I choose?
A: It depends: Warm White is soft and warm, ideal for living spaces, dining areas, and any other place where a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere is preferred. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Daylight is similar to daylight looks, the most natural and is ideally suited for lighting private working areas. Studies have shown that artificial daylight has a positive effect on wellbeing and moods and helps to promote concentration. To permit work, reading or learning, without getting tired or straining your eyes, the light must be bright, even and free of glare and must ensure authentic color reproduction.
2. Are these LED lights dimmable?
A: No, this TCP GU10 LED bulb is NOT dimmable. Allcam also supplies dimmable bulbs! Have a look at Allcam Dimmable GU10 Bulbs.
3. Why I should buy Dimmable LED bulbs?
A: Dimming LED lamps can save energy and changes the visual appearance and mood of your space. You can use a dimmable LED lamp in a non-dimmable circuit. You should NOT use a non-dimmable lamp in a dimmable circuit as it may cause damage to the lamp and or circuit.
4. Should I replace my energy-saving tube lighting with LED bulbs?
Yes absolutely. LED bulbs switch on instantly, produce much more light, less heat, and last much longer.
These TCP LED GU10 bulbs come brand new in retail boxes, with 2 years manufacturer warranty.