3W Spot LED GU10 SMD - Cool White

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V-TAC LED Spotlight - 3w GU10 15 SMD LED Glass Cup

These 3w spotlights are a perfect and direct replacement fo any halogen spotlight up to 35w. Ideal for bedrooms, display lighting, track systems and anywhere a halogen replacement is required.

The light colour is a choice between and attractive warm white or the crisp, cool white. As with all LED's these require NO warm up time and can be used to directly replace existing Halogen lamps but as they consume just 3w power they will save a fortune in the long run.

They only consume a fraction of the power of standard lamps at 3w so obviously the light they emit is very different - they are suitable for main room lighting but are also perfect for installation in areas where you would like to leave lamps on for long periods but perhaps do not need bright lighting or perhaps you want to hightlight a particular feature or area as the slightly tighter beam offers more central light.

Low energy and low heat. Dimensions - w = 50mm x l = 55mm

Specification

Bulb Technical Data
Voltage 240v
Wattage 3w
Base GU10
Guarantee 2 year replacement warranty
Lumens 240 lm
Light Colour Cool White 4500k
Beam Angle 38
Dimmable No

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YourWelcome are a UK based supplier of lighting for both domestic and commerical applications. We offer a well-proven range of GU10 and MR16 LED bulbs as well as many different types of downlighter fittings to mount them in. Our range of LED strips from FlexConnect contains everything you could need to create your own custom LED strip lighting. We also stock traditional halogen light bulbs our focus is on sourcing optimum quality low energy light bulbs, with a strong interest in LED light bulbs.

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