Replacement bulbs Spot bulbs GU10 Bulbs 35w GU10 Halogen bulb (aluminium)

35w GU10 Halogen bulb (aluminium)

Description

This is product manufacturers code PLGU10-35 by My Green Lighting. If you need to contact us about this product, please quote our product reference of 8890.

This is an aluminium reflector lamp that is designed to reflect the heat forwards away from the light fitting. Make sure that you choose the right sort of lamp for your fitting. Dichroic lamps reflect the heat backwards in the opposite direction to the light.

These bulbs are in no way low energy. At 35 watts each they use a lot of power, so you should only really use them if you have to. You should also consider the low energy alternatives, check out our LED alternative GU10's.

It's true the the low energy alternative lamps are more expensive to buy, but when you consider that an LED version has a life of 20,000+ hours (compared with 2000 hours for this halogen lamp) and will use up to 95% less electricity, this more than justifies the extra up-front cost.

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£1.08

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...simply choose a low energy bulb instead - more details »

Although this bulb costs just £1.08, the short life and high running costs will cost you an extra £8.01 per year when compared to a 2.5w GU10 LED bulb (warm white).

To see how we calculated the potential savings, see our energy saving calculator.

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pecification

Our product ref
8890
Bulb type
Spot
Total wattage
35w
Lamp cap
GU10
Low energy
No
Lumens
220
Manufacturer
My Green Lighting
Mfr part #
PLGU10-35

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Summary

This is an aluminium reflector lamp that is designed to reflect the heat forwards away from the light fitting. Make sure that you choose the right sort of lamp for your fitting. Dichroic lamps reflect the heat backwards in the opposite direction to the light. These bulbs are in no way low energy. At 35 watts each they use a lot of power, so you should only really use them if you have to. You should also consider the low energy alternatives, check out our LED alternative GU10's. It's true the the low energy alternative lamps are more expensive to buy, but when you consider that an LED version has a life of 20,000+ hours (compared with 2000 hours for this halogen lamp) and will use up to 95% less electricity, this more than justifies the extra up-front cost.