• TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
  • TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
  • TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
  • TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
  • TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
  • TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
  • TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
  • TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
  • TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6
TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6

TORCHSTAR Dimmable LED MR16 GU10 Glass Spot Light Bulb, 5.3W (50W Equivalent), 3000K Warm White, 380 Lumens, UL and Energy Star Certified, 3 Year Warranty, Pack of 6

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  • Energy Efficient: Sufficient brightness output with minimal energy consumption. Saving your electricity bills up to 89%. Based on 3h/day, you can save $123 for each light during its lifespan
  • Excellent Illumination: High CRI, together with translucent glass material, which makes the GU10 light bulb enjoy larger illumination angle and better performance
  • Dimmable Design: 10%-100% smooth dimming, always enjoy the desired atmosphere and brightness. Suitable for creating a warm ambience and decorating architecturalelements such as paintings, showcases, corridors, walls, etc
  • Safety Assurance: UL certification indicates a superior quality product that has passed numerous tests before getting its approval. High-quality SMD LED chips produce little heat, less fire and explosion hazards
  • Best Choice: 25,000hrs lifespan allows you to use it for up to 22.8 years based on 3 hours a day. With a 3-year warranty and professional customer service team, you can contact us if any problem arises

Customer Reviews

LED is finally growing upI bought these to replace 50w halogen bulbs. I am using them in recessed housings in the main living areas and kitchen with Lutron dimmer switches.Pros-The color temp matches the 50w halogen almost exactly at full brightness-No light leakage from the back and therefore the sides of the recessed flange against the ceiling-No refraction or rainbow artifacts that you get with halogen-Soft, even spot effect when lighting on or near walls-Very cool, barely any heat output-Much easier to insert and remove bulbs over halogen. I used to have to fight to change halogens. These went in and twisted very easily.Cons-Color temp changes as dimming increases (ie very pale - almost white - when dimmed to lowest setting whereas halogen gets orange)-Flickering when dimmed and running appliance (my case, dishwasher) that may be sharing same circuit (this might be helped with better/different dimmer or different electrical configuration).-Bigger bulb may not fit in all housings (had to modify some clamps to get bulb to sit flush against frame)Overall, I am very happy with these. They use so little power and don't heat up the house.5Don't React Well to Dimming but I Don't Care.Most GU 10 bulbs are 50 watt equivalent. These are 75 watt equivalent. They don't react well to dimming but I don't care. I wanted a brighter light so why would I want to dim it? If you want smooth dimming stick with Halogen or a US congressman (they dim really smooth and quick but are hard to screw in). No LED is going to dim along a smooth spectrum like Halogen. If you want the brightest lights and don't intend to attempt to turn them down, these are the ticket!5Bad postsI purchased 12 of these for a light fixture that holds 9, just 7 of them worked. The others may have worked, but the posts were so weak that they broke off trying to get them turned into the fixture. Another reviewer said they were longer than they should be, so that might be some of our problem as they stick too far out of the fixture as well. I opted for this brand because it was "Amazon's choice." Guess I shouldn't rely on that.1Fire the Lazors! (More light than I realized I'd get)Torchstar: another word for "Giant laser flashlight bulbs" These bulbs are amazing! See the photos attached. I went from a 2 bulb, standard style light, with a couple of 60 watt equivalent LED to the 6 bulb Halogen GU10 50 watt style then up to these 6 7.5 watt, 75 watt Equivalent and I swear I see more on/in the surface of my sink by far than I did with the 50 watt halogen. Not sure if its a bandwidth of the light produced or what.Either way, I've been quite happy with them. Though I don't turn these lights on when its 3 in the morning while holding my daughter. Then its way to much light from a mostly dark room. This is not a surprise or condemnation of the bulb. A dimmer switch/adjustable switch is going on the wall this weekend for sure.GU10 style fit perfectly fine into my light fixture. The bushing that came with the fixture fit the bulbs exactly right as well.Pictures don't do it perfect justice as there was some adjustments of bulbs inbetween pics but you get the idea.5Disappointed...I purchased a six-pack of the Torchstar dimmable LED bulbs from Amazon. I installed four right off to replace all of the less efficient halogen bulbs in an existing track light and at first everything seemed good. The brightness and ability to dim was a bit better than I expected from an LED bulb. HOWEVER, one of the bulbs stopped working after a few months of minimal usage (maybe an hour or two per day, max). When I installed a replacement, I found one of the posts on the new replacement bulb was loose -- a defect that should have been caught during quality control. So, that's two bulbs out of six that either didn't last or was defective. I was beyond the Amazon.com returns window but still within the manufacturer's warranty period so I emailed the manufacturer but never heard back. I paid a bit more for these bulbs hoping that they'd be better than some of the cheaper options that were available, and am disappointed.1Perfect for matching incandescent lighting tones!LOVE these. I replaced 6 GU10 Halogen bulbs that were in 3" wall wash can lights. These put off next to no heat, and are a fraction of the energy. Be careful and know what color Temp your other lights are. If you have LED or incandescent bulbs in other areas of your house, you'll want to match that color. Here's a breakdown if you're unfamiliar with picking the right color temp.-If you want to "Warm" Incandescent tone, (which is what I've always recommended for residential) 2700K will get you the closest to that.-If you want it to be a little more "stark white" like a Grocery store, you'll want around a 4000-5000K.-Although most lighting companies state that 3000K is "Warm white", I find that very deceiving, because it's actually much more of a "cool tone" compared to a warm incandescent amber tone. I'd say 3000K it's between warm and cold color if you line up a 2700K, 3000K,.& 4000K right next to next to each other using an incandescent bulb as your "warm" baseline... So if you're planning on mixing incandescent and LED in the same area of your house, you want to use 2700K for certain. 3000K is fine if you're changing EVERYTHING in your space to it, but mixing and matching with any incandescent bulbs will be a mistake.5Truly Warm-White and Truly Dimmable!I have been searching for a viable MR 16 GU10 LED for over a year. I have tried other bulbs that claim to be warm-white, that claim to be dimmable, only to be disappointed time and time again. When I stumbled across this bulb, I read prior reviews (thank you to all the reviewers!), including at least one review that posted photos of these bulbs side-by-side with the Halogens they are intended to replace. EUREKA! These 2700K bulbs produce beautiful light, suitable for one's home, and have a good dimming range. I did not even have to change dimmers to one of the models that the vendor recommends (although the fact that the vendor could point to several compatible dimmers also inspired confidence). AT LAST!I also bought some of the 5000K bulbs for over my desk; these are great for a work area, but only for a work area. They are like operating room bright (still dimmable too).5These have changed...I ordered a set of these for a renovation about a year ago. We've decided to update the lighting in the old space that butts up to the new addition.I ordered both the recessed light cans and bulbs from amazon previously. To ensure the match would be exact, I utilized the "buy again" feature.The light cans are identical. But the LED bulbs (the torchstar M16 GU10) are not the same. They have gone from a multi LED pattern to a single larger board LED. This isn't a deal breaker because honestly, who looks up at their light bulbs all the time? Not me. The bigger issue for me is that the light color has changed over the last year or so since I bought them. The originals are a warmer color, these are a more washed out white. That is VERY noticeable when the lights in the two rooms are on at the same time.The bulbs are still solid, they are still perfectly functional, just in case someone else runs into the same issue I had. These bulbs have changed in the last year (maybe 14 months). If you bought them before, they may not match your original bulb color. Nit picky maybe, but it looks ridiculous having different colored bulbs in adjacent spaces. It would be worse if they were all in the same room.4Too yellowThe light from these bulbs is far too yellow for my taste. In the attached picture are 5 bulbs:* 2 on the left: These bulbs (2700K)* Middle bulb: Satco S9383 LED MR16 LED 3000K 40' Beam Spread Gu10 Base Light Bulb, 6.5W* 2 on the right: Hyperikon GU10 LED Track Light Bulb 7W (50W equivalent), Dimmable MR16 400 lumen, 2700K (Warm White), CRI 90+, 120 Volt, 40 Beam Angle, UL-listed and ENERGY STAR Qualified - (Pack of 4)The middle bulb is unsurprisingly cooler, given its 3000K temperature as opposed to the 2700K temperature of the other 4 bulbs. But the Torchstar bulbs on the left are clearly very yellow, which to my eye looks unpleasant.2Very good.So far, so good. Have had these for about 6 months without any issues. They're pretty close to the 75 watt equivalent rating so don't try to match up with a regular 50w halogen (these types of LED lights are often advertised to be the equivalent wattage of something but aren't really that close so you have to step it up to say a 65-75w LED to match a 50w halogen). I was concerned they might go out quickly and not have the lifespan as advertised but I've had no issues thus far. The light is very white, no blue tint at all. Also, they have a good spread - they're not light outdoor floodlights but they don't make super-defined spots either which is ideal for indoor home usage.5
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  • Energy Efficient: Sufficient brightness output with minimal energy consumption. Saving your electricity bills up to 89%. Based on 3h/day, you can save $123 for each light during its lifespan
  • Excellent Illumination: High CRI, together with translucent glass material, which makes the GU10 light bulb enjoy larger illumination angle and better performance
  • Dimmable Design: 10%-100% smooth dimming, always enjoy the desired atmosphere and brightness. Suitable for creating a warm ambience and decorating architecturalelements such as paintings, showcases, corridors, walls, etc
  • Safety Assurance: UL certification indicates a superior quality product that has passed numerous tests before getting its approval. High-quality SMD LED chips produce little heat, less fire and explosion hazards
  • Best Choice: 25,000hrs lifespan allows you to use it for up to 22.8 years based on 3 hours a day. With a 3-year warranty and professional customer service team, you can contact us if any problem arises
Reviews

Customer Reviews

LED is finally growing upI bought these to replace 50w halogen bulbs. I am using them in recessed housings in the main living areas and kitchen with Lutron dimmer switches.Pros-The color temp matches the 50w halogen almost exactly at full brightness-No light leakage from the back and therefore the sides of the recessed flange against the ceiling-No refraction or rainbow artifacts that you get with halogen-Soft, even spot effect when lighting on or near walls-Very cool, barely any heat output-Much easier to insert and remove bulbs over halogen. I used to have to fight to change halogens. These went in and twisted very easily.Cons-Color temp changes as dimming increases (ie very pale - almost white - when dimmed to lowest setting whereas halogen gets orange)-Flickering when dimmed and running appliance (my case, dishwasher) that may be sharing same circuit (this might be helped with better/different dimmer or different electrical configuration).-Bigger bulb may not fit in all housings (had to modify some clamps to get bulb to sit flush against frame)Overall, I am very happy with these. They use so little power and don't heat up the house.5Don't React Well to Dimming but I Don't Care.Most GU 10 bulbs are 50 watt equivalent. These are 75 watt equivalent. They don't react well to dimming but I don't care. I wanted a brighter light so why would I want to dim it? If you want smooth dimming stick with Halogen or a US congressman (they dim really smooth and quick but are hard to screw in). No LED is going to dim along a smooth spectrum like Halogen. If you want the brightest lights and don't intend to attempt to turn them down, these are the ticket!5Bad postsI purchased 12 of these for a light fixture that holds 9, just 7 of them worked. The others may have worked, but the posts were so weak that they broke off trying to get them turned into the fixture. Another reviewer said they were longer than they should be, so that might be some of our problem as they stick too far out of the fixture as well. I opted for this brand because it was "Amazon's choice." Guess I shouldn't rely on that.1Fire the Lazors! (More light than I realized I'd get)Torchstar: another word for "Giant laser flashlight bulbs" These bulbs are amazing! See the photos attached. I went from a 2 bulb, standard style light, with a couple of 60 watt equivalent LED to the 6 bulb Halogen GU10 50 watt style then up to these 6 7.5 watt, 75 watt Equivalent and I swear I see more on/in the surface of my sink by far than I did with the 50 watt halogen. Not sure if its a bandwidth of the light produced or what.Either way, I've been quite happy with them. Though I don't turn these lights on when its 3 in the morning while holding my daughter. Then its way to much light from a mostly dark room. This is not a surprise or condemnation of the bulb. A dimmer switch/adjustable switch is going on the wall this weekend for sure.GU10 style fit perfectly fine into my light fixture. The bushing that came with the fixture fit the bulbs exactly right as well.Pictures don't do it perfect justice as there was some adjustments of bulbs inbetween pics but you get the idea.5Disappointed...I purchased a six-pack of the Torchstar dimmable LED bulbs from Amazon. I installed four right off to replace all of the less efficient halogen bulbs in an existing track light and at first everything seemed good. The brightness and ability to dim was a bit better than I expected from an LED bulb. HOWEVER, one of the bulbs stopped working after a few months of minimal usage (maybe an hour or two per day, max). When I installed a replacement, I found one of the posts on the new replacement bulb was loose -- a defect that should have been caught during quality control. So, that's two bulbs out of six that either didn't last or was defective. I was beyond the Amazon.com returns window but still within the manufacturer's warranty period so I emailed the manufacturer but never heard back. I paid a bit more for these bulbs hoping that they'd be better than some of the cheaper options that were available, and am disappointed.1Perfect for matching incandescent lighting tones!LOVE these. I replaced 6 GU10 Halogen bulbs that were in 3" wall wash can lights. These put off next to no heat, and are a fraction of the energy. Be careful and know what color Temp your other lights are. If you have LED or incandescent bulbs in other areas of your house, you'll want to match that color. Here's a breakdown if you're unfamiliar with picking the right color temp.-If you want to "Warm" Incandescent tone, (which is what I've always recommended for residential) 2700K will get you the closest to that.-If you want it to be a little more "stark white" like a Grocery store, you'll want around a 4000-5000K.-Although most lighting companies state that 3000K is "Warm white", I find that very deceiving, because it's actually much more of a "cool tone" compared to a warm incandescent amber tone. I'd say 3000K it's between warm and cold color if you line up a 2700K, 3000K,.& 4000K right next to next to each other using an incandescent bulb as your "warm" baseline... So if you're planning on mixing incandescent and LED in the same area of your house, you want to use 2700K for certain. 3000K is fine if you're changing EVERYTHING in your space to it, but mixing and matching with any incandescent bulbs will be a mistake.5Truly Warm-White and Truly Dimmable!I have been searching for a viable MR 16 GU10 LED for over a year. I have tried other bulbs that claim to be warm-white, that claim to be dimmable, only to be disappointed time and time again. When I stumbled across this bulb, I read prior reviews (thank you to all the reviewers!), including at least one review that posted photos of these bulbs side-by-side with the Halogens they are intended to replace. EUREKA! These 2700K bulbs produce beautiful light, suitable for one's home, and have a good dimming range. I did not even have to change dimmers to one of the models that the vendor recommends (although the fact that the vendor could point to several compatible dimmers also inspired confidence). AT LAST!I also bought some of the 5000K bulbs for over my desk; these are great for a work area, but only for a work area. They are like operating room bright (still dimmable too).5These have changed...I ordered a set of these for a renovation about a year ago. We've decided to update the lighting in the old space that butts up to the new addition.I ordered both the recessed light cans and bulbs from amazon previously. To ensure the match would be exact, I utilized the "buy again" feature.The light cans are identical. But the LED bulbs (the torchstar M16 GU10) are not the same. They have gone from a multi LED pattern to a single larger board LED. This isn't a deal breaker because honestly, who looks up at their light bulbs all the time? Not me. The bigger issue for me is that the light color has changed over the last year or so since I bought them. The originals are a warmer color, these are a more washed out white. That is VERY noticeable when the lights in the two rooms are on at the same time.The bulbs are still solid, they are still perfectly functional, just in case someone else runs into the same issue I had. These bulbs have changed in the last year (maybe 14 months). If you bought them before, they may not match your original bulb color. Nit picky maybe, but it looks ridiculous having different colored bulbs in adjacent spaces. It would be worse if they were all in the same room.4Too yellowThe light from these bulbs is far too yellow for my taste. In the attached picture are 5 bulbs:* 2 on the left: These bulbs (2700K)* Middle bulb: Satco S9383 LED MR16 LED 3000K 40' Beam Spread Gu10 Base Light Bulb, 6.5W* 2 on the right: Hyperikon GU10 LED Track Light Bulb 7W (50W equivalent), Dimmable MR16 400 lumen, 2700K (Warm White), CRI 90+, 120 Volt, 40 Beam Angle, UL-listed and ENERGY STAR Qualified - (Pack of 4)The middle bulb is unsurprisingly cooler, given its 3000K temperature as opposed to the 2700K temperature of the other 4 bulbs. But the Torchstar bulbs on the left are clearly very yellow, which to my eye looks unpleasant.2Very good.So far, so good. Have had these for about 6 months without any issues. They're pretty close to the 75 watt equivalent rating so don't try to match up with a regular 50w halogen (these types of LED lights are often advertised to be the equivalent wattage of something but aren't really that close so you have to step it up to say a 65-75w LED to match a 50w halogen). I was concerned they might go out quickly and not have the lifespan as advertised but I've had no issues thus far. The light is very white, no blue tint at all. Also, they have a good spread - they're not light outdoor floodlights but they don't make super-defined spots either which is ideal for indoor home usage.5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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