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Spotlight LED Bulbs

Spotlight LED Bulbs

Spotlights are ideal when a more focused light is needed, such as in kitchens and other workspaces. GU10 bulbs are by far the most common spotlights used in homes today, but there are low voltage alternatives such as MR16 and MR11 bulbs that are often used in integrated light fittings.

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  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 5W Cool White 38° (50W Eqv) Image 1
  • Integral LED Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 4.6W GU5.3 12V Warm White 36° Clear Image 1
  • Osram Dimmable LED MR11 Spotlight 2.5W GU4 12V Parathom Warm White 36° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 4.5W Warm White 35° (50W Eqv) Image 1
  • Integral LED MR16 Spotlight 5W GU5.3 12V Cool White 36° Clear Image 1
  • Integral LED GU10 Spotlight 4.7W Warm White 36° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 5W Daylight 45° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 5W Warm White 45° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED AR111 10W with Driver Warm White 30° (50W Eqv) Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 4.5W (10 Pack) Warm White 35° (50W Eqv) Image 1
  • Integral LED MR11 Spotlight 3.7W GU4 12V Warm White 36° Clear Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED Smart Wifi GU10 Spotlight 5W RGB and Warm White 100° Opal Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 5W Cool White 45° Image 1
  • Philips Dimmable LED CRi90 GU10 Spotlight 4.9W LEDspot VALUE Warm White 36° Image 1
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    Philips Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 5.5W GU5.3 12V LEDspot VALUE Warm White 36° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED AR111 10W with Driver Cool White 30° (75W Eqv) Image 1
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    Crompton Lamps LED MR16 Spotlight 5W GU5.3 12V Warm White 40° (35W Eqv) Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED GU10 Spotlight 5.5W Warm White 50° (50W Eqv) Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED GU10 Spotlight 5W Cool White 35° (50W Eqv) Image 1
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    Integral LED Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 4.6W GU5.3 12V Cool White 36°° Clear (3 Pack) Image 1
  • Philips Dimmable LED DimTone GU10 Spotlight 3.7W LEDspot VALUE Warm White 36° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED GU10 Spotlight 5W (10 Pack) Cool White 35° (50W Eqv) Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 5W (10 Pack) Warm White 45° Image 1
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    Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 5W Warm White 40° (50W Eqv) Image 1
  • Osram LED MR11 Spotlight 3.7W GU4 12V Parathom Warm White 36° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 Spotlight 5W (10 Pack) Daylight 45° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED GU10 Spotlight 5W Cool White 45° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED Smart Wifi GU10 Spotlight 5W (10 Pack) RGB and Warm White 100° Opal Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED GU10 AR111 12.5W Cool White 30° (100W Eqv) Image 1
  • Integral LED MR16 Spotlight 4.8W GU5.3 12V Warm White 36° Clear Image 1
  • Osram Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 7.8W GU5.3 12V Parathom Warm White 36° Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps Dimmable LED GU10 Spotlight 5.5W (10 Pack) Warm White 50° (50W Eqv) Image 1

LED spotlights are ideal for when a more focused light is needed, such as in kitchens and other workspaces.

The most common type of spotlight is the GU10 (an acronym that refers to the bulb's particular fitting), but there are other low voltage options, such as MR11 and MR16 bulbs, which are often found in integrated light fittings.

LED spotlights are much more energy efficient and last a lot longer than traditional halogen bulbs. they output the same amount of light, but use only a fraction of the power to do so. The majority are made from heat-resistant thermal plastic, but there are glass-bodied alternatives that look more like traditional bulbs. All LED spotlights are designed to retrofit to existing fixtures, so replacing your old bulbs is easy.

The beam angle of a spotlight makes a big difference to how it lights a room. The narrower the beam angle, the less surface area that the spotlight covers. For example, an LED spotlight with a beam angle of 40° would be ideal for lighting small areas, or particular objects in a room, while a light with a beam angle of 120° would be much more suited to general lighting applications.