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I purchased eight of these last year when renovating my house to use as down lighter in my kitchen. To be honest I was pretty taken aback when I started pricing LED bulbs. The initial purchase cost is high though should eventually be offset by how little electricity they use especially compared to equivalent halogen GU10 bulbs. After shopping around I managed to get a set of for around £90.
These 5w LED bulbs are the approximate equivalent of a 50w halogen bulb though costing only a fraction of the price to run. Each bulb has an expected minimum life expectancy of around 30,000 hours when turned on (no less than 3.5 years of constant use).Needless to say I haven't had any blown bulbs yet while with my previous halogen ones I would average around I a month. The light my bulbs give off in my kitchen is really quite warm (though not in temperature as these bulbs don't heat up like a traditonal light bulb) and not harsh at all like most halogen equivalents.
Overall I will admit these bulbs are expensive but they are starting to come down in price. LED lighting is really the future and with the quality of light and life expectancy of these bulbs combined with huge energy savings these bulbs are certainly worth thinking about.
If you want a cool , modern feel to your home these LED's can certainly deliver.
"Technical Details:, Mains input: AC 110 - 230V, 50 - 60 Hz, Color temperature: 3000K (warm white), LED Typ: Sharp chip with lense, Power: 5W, Dimmable: yes, LED quantity: 1 x 5W LED, Illumination: 340 Lumen, Beam angle: 45°, Socket: GU10, Ambient temperature: -20 to 35°C, max. Lifetime: until 25.000h, Dimensions (ØxH): 50 x 52,69 mm, Weight: 0,049kg"