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MR16 LED Spotlight Bulbs

LED MR16 spotlights are a low voltage alternative to the standard GU10 bulb. They are not suitable for mains voltage fixtures (e.g. ceiling lights and wall lights), but are most commonly found in integrated lights such as cooker hoods and under cabinet lights. They are sometimes referred to as GU5.3 spotlights, which refers to their particular fitting.

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    Integral LED Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 4.6W GU5.3 12V Cool White 36°° Clear (3 Pack) Image 1
  • Crompton Lamps LED MR16 Spotlight 5W GU5.3 12V Warm White 40° (35W 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
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    Crompton Lamps LED MR16 Spotlight 5W GU5.3 12V (10 Pack) Warm White 40° (35W Eqv) Image 1
  • Integral LED Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 4.6W GU5.3 12V Cool White 36° Clear Image 1
  • Osram Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 5.5W GU5.3 12V Parathom Warm White Image 1
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    Osram Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 5W GU5.3 12V Parathom Cool White 36° Image 1
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    Osram Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 5W GU5.3 12V Parathom Warm White 36° Image 1
  • Osram Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 7.8W GU5.3 12V Parathom Cool White 36° Image 1
  • Philips Dimmable LED MR16 Spotlight 5.5W GU5.3 12V LEDspot VALUE Warm White 36° Image 1

LED MR16 spotlights offer a low voltage alternative to the standard GU10 spotlights.

They are most commonly used in integrated fixtures and fittings, particularly in kitchens, where they're often installed in cooker hoods and under cabinets, and are sometimes called GU5.3 spotlights, which refers to their particular fitting.

As they are low voltage bulbs, they are not compatible with standard mains voltage fittings, and while the bulb itself looks very similar to a GU10 bulb, MR16s can be distinguished by their fitments, which look like two small spikes protruding from the base of the bulb.

As they are often used in integrated lights, you may need to disassemble the fitting to access the bulb itself. MR16s are easy to install, though, as they simply slot into the fitting once you have access. If you're not sure about accessing integrated lights, we would advise you to consult a qualified electrician.