Ive used about 20 Megman 6w’s warm whites. £10 each ish.
About 1yr in now. Saved us a fortune so far ie approx £400 in 1 year. Would use them anywhere apart from a lounge or bedroom as light is too white for those areas, but perfect for every where else.
Trouble is most on here have to plump for one brand or another so have no idea if others are any good/look ok.
I think there a few people on here who do it for a proffesion, and they always recommend the more expensive ones over ebay jobs etc.Posted 4 years agoglobaltiMember
As an experiment I replaced three 50w 12v halogens for 5w 240v LEDs from LEDHUT and we are deeply disappointed, not only are they dimmer (OK, I should have ordered 7w) but the colour is a horrible pinkish orange, which we really dislike.
I’m putting the 12v bulbs and trannies back in this week.Posted 4 years ago
Cheers, just ordered these
A mix of warm and cool light (cool ones for new en-suite, rest for other places in the house).Posted 4 years agoarcingMember
LedHut are very good in my experience. I’ve struggled to find GU10 LEDs that looked right in my Kitchen. They’ve always taken them back with no issues. I’m trying again, and should have some waiting for me when I get home. Great discounts as well, I used a 25% discount code and got 20% cashback through Quidco.
I’ve just bought the same as sharkbaitPosted 4 years ago
Just fitted mine – fingers still burning from taking out a too hot halogen.
The cool ones will take a little getting used to (light is very different) but instant on and very bright. The one warm one I have fitted is almost indiscernible from the halogen it replaced.Posted 4 years ago
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