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Reflector (PAR) LED Light Bulbs

LED Reflector (PAR) Light Bulbs

LED PAR and Reflector bulbs are ideal for when you need a bright, directional light source, such as in kitchens or workspaces. They emit a much more focused light than standard GLS bulbs, thanks to the small reflectors within the bulb that control and direct the light more efficiently. The number of a PAR or reflector bulb (e.g. PAR20, PAR30) denotes its size, in units measuring 1/8 of an inch.

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  • Crompton Lamps LED R63/R64 Reflector 8W E27 Warm White 110° Opal Image 1
  • Osram LED R63/R64 Reflector 2.6W E27 Parathom Warm White 36° Diffused (40W Eqv) Image 1
  • Osram LED R63/R64 Reflector 4.3W E27 Parathom Warm White 36° Diffused Image 1
  • Osram LED R80 Reflector 4.3W E27 Parathom Warm White 36° Diffused Image 1
  • Osram LED PAR38 Reflector 12.5W E27 Parathom Warm White 30° Image 1
  • Osram PAR20 Reflector LED Light Bulb Dimmable E27 6.4W (50W Eqv) Warm White
  • Osram Dimmable LED PAR30 10W E27 Parathom Warm White 36° Diffused Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED R80 Reflector 10W E27 Warm White 110° Opal Image 1
  • Osram LED R80 Reflector 9.1W E27 Parathom Warm White 36° Diffused Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED PAR38 Reflector 13W E27 IP65 Blue 30° Prismatic Image 1
  • Prolite Dimmable LED PAR38 Reflector 15W E27 Warm White 60° Image 1
  • Crompton R80 Reflector LED Light Bulb E27 10W (100W Eqv) Warm White 5-Pack
  • Crompton Lamps LED R80 Reflector 10W E27 (10 Pack) Warm White 110° Opal Image 1
  • Crompton R64 Reflector LED Light Bulb E27 8W (85W Eqv) Warm White 5-Pack
  • Crompton Lamps LED R63/R64 Reflector 8W E27 (10 Pack) Warm White 110° Opal Image 1
  • Osram PAR38 Reflector LED Light Bulb E27 15.2W (120W Eqv) Warm White Image 1

LED PAR and Reflector light bulbs offer a bright, directional source of light, and are ideal for kitchens and other workspaces.

The many small reflectors within these bulbs control and direct light much more effectively than standard GLS bulbs, making it much more focused.

PAR bulbs are denoted by a number (e.g. PAR20, PAR30), which refers to the size of the spotlight, in units measuring 1/8 of an inch. The lumens output of these bulbs is mostly determined by their size, but the spread of the beam (also known as the beam angle) is also important. The wider the beam angle the greater the area that the light will cover. Narrow beams are more suited to lighting specific objects or areas within a room, such as kitchen worktops, while those with a wider beam angle are better suited to more general lighting purposes.

The majority of LED reflectors use an E27 Edison screw cap or E14 small Edison screw, so they can be used with many standard light fittings.