Which bulb comes out on top in the LED bulb vs CFL battle? Whereas A-rated ‘energy saving’ CFL bulbs produce 810 lumens from just 15W, LED bulbs are A+ rated have an output of 850 lumens from an even lower 9W. This means that when we look at LED vs energy saver bulbs, LEDs are the clear winner.
Welcome to our second installment of The Week's Big Questions, where we answer customer queries from the past week.
Q: Can I use my existing 12v transformers when I swap to LED MR16s?
A: There can sometimes be problems when upgrading to LED low voltage Read article
Thinking of switching to the bright and wonderful world of MR11 LEDs? Well you’ve come to the right place. Our handy guide will tell you everything you need to find the right MR11 for you.
What is an LED MR11 spotlight?
Lets start with the basics.
LED MR11 spotlights have the exact same fitting as MR11 halogen spotlight...
Ready to make the switch to LED and want to find out more? Then cast your eyes over our handy G4 LED buying guide to give you the lowdown.
What is a G4 LED spotlight?
G4 LED spotlights consume very, very little energy. In fact, they’re one of the lowest energy consuming LEDs around.
You’ll find them under cooker hoods, shelves an...
Your guide to G9 LED spotlights
Ready to make the switch to LED and want to find out more? Then cast your eyes over our handy G9 LED buying guide to give you the lowdown.
What is a G9 LED spotlight?
G9 LED spotlights are frequently used in small areas, such as desk lamps, under cabinet light and over shelving. Th...
Want to know more about MR16 spotlights? Well you’ve come to the right place. Check out our handy guide to help you make the right choice.
What is an LED MR16 spotlight?
MR16 and GU10 spotlights are among the most popular LED spotlights around.
The main differences between the two is that MR16s have a different base (fi...
Interested in switching to GU10 LED spotlights? Well cast your eyes over our handy guide below to find out everything you need to know before buying:
What is a GU10 LED spotlight?
The GU10 part refers to the base of the bulb, which has two pins protruding from the bottom and look like a pair of little legs (see below).