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Philips LEDspot MV 7 - 50W GU10 2700K 25D (MASTER)
Philips MASTER LEDspot MV D 5.5 - 50W 827 25D GU10
Specifications Philips LEDspot MV 7 - 50W GU10 2700K 25D (MASTER)
|Any Lamp all-in warranty||5 Years|
|Energy efficiency class||A|
|Average Lifetime (h)||40000|
|Light Colour||2700K - Extra Warm White|
|Colour Code||827 - Extra Warm White|
|Color Rendering (Ra)||80-89|
|Light Output (Lumen)||270|
|Beam Angle (degree)||25|
|Luminous Efficacy (Lm/W)||39|
Description Philips LEDspot MV 7 - 50W GU10 2700K 25D (MASTER)
The Philips LEDspot MV 7 - 50W GU10 2700K 25D (MASTER) is the perfect replacer for your conventional 50W GU10 halogen bulbs with colour code 827 - Extra Warm White. This lamp has a MR16 shape with a diameter of 50mm. The two pins are 10mm apart. The lamp works on 230V and does not require a transformer. Switching to LED will offer you many advantages!
The advantages of this Philips GU10 LED bulb:
You can save up to 90% on energy and maintenance costs due to the low energy consumption of 7W and the long lifetime of 40000 hours. Traditional GU10 halogen lamps will only last 2000 hours. LED lighting does not produce any heat or emit UV radiation. Installing the bulb is very simple: turn the old GU10 lamp a quarter and remove it from the socket. Then insert the LED GU10 bulb into the socket and turn it a quarter to confirm. This product has high Philips quality and a price starting from £17.95. You can use this product carefree due to our Any-lamp.co.uk all-in-warranty of 5 Years.
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