Integral GU10 PAR16 3.8W (35W) Non-Dimmable Lamp
The Integral 3.8W LED GU10 Non-dimmable Lamp is a fantastic entry-level LED bulb at a sensible price. With a GU10 base it is a direct replacement for a 35 Watt halogen bulb.
It is one of Integral’s "Classic Glow" GU10 LED lamps which is designed to achieve exceptionally close performance compared to a traditional Halogen lamp in terms of light distribution, colour and overall appearance. This is implemented using innovative optics and reflectors to produce a low-glare lamp that improves on halogen. This approach led to this lamp being a finalist at the Prestigious Lighting Design Awards in 2015.
This LED is available in warm white, which is commonly used in living areas and office reception areas. It is also available in cool white (please select your preferred option.)
LED bulbs last 30-50 times longer than incandescent or halogen light bulbs and cost far less to operate. For example, if you switch just four traditional bulbs to the Integral 3.8W LED GU10 Non-dimmable Lamp, and use your lights for an average of three hours per day, you can save more than £250 in electricity costs over the lamp's lifespan.
Why Buy Integral with Ryness?
Integral is a UK electronics company meeting the challenge to create a comprehensive range of well-priced, innovative LED products that perform, save you energy and money, as well as benefiting the environment. Ryness recommends Integral LED bulbs as the best in their price point. Three Integral LED bulbs have already been named "Which Best Buys".
You can buy Integral LEDs from Ryness with complete peace of mind - we are the only retailer to offer an extra year of warranty at no extra cost. In the unlikely event of a bulb failure within four years (returns rates are less than 1%) we will simply send you a new bulb completely free of charge.
- Base: GU10
- Beam Angle: 36°
- Colour: Warm White (3000K) or Cool White (4000k)
- Lumen Output: 250 / 270lm
- Dimmable: No
- Guarantee: 4 Years
- Average life: 25,000 hours
*based on average use of 3 hours per day and 14p per kW of electricity, compared to using a filament lamp.