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Philips 50W Equivalent Bright White (3,000K) MR16 GU10 Base LED Floodlight Bulb (E*)
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50W Equivalent Bright White (3,000K) MR16 GU10 Base LED Floodlight Bulb (E*)

  • Only costs approximately $0.72/year
  • 6 watts and color temperature of 3,000K for a bright white glow
  • 6-year manufacturer warranty

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Use the Philips 50W Equivalent Bright White LED Floodlight Bulb in your kitchen, dining room and living room. It can be used in track light fixtures and hanging pendants. Fully dimmable, this GU10, twist-and-lock base floodlight can replace your current 50-watt halogen MR16 bulb.

  • Brightness: 300 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $0.72 (based on three hours/day use, ¢11/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on three hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 3,000K bright white
  • Energy used: 6 watts (equivalent to a 50-watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per watt: 50
  • Uses 88% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Ideal for use in track light fixtures and hanging pendants
  • Doesn't contain mercury
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for ENERGY STAR certification
  • Meets federal minimum efficiency standards for Energy Star certification
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Customer Questions & Answers

My ceiling light fixture states maximum 35 Watt, can I use this bulb instead?

I'm currently using Philips LED GU10 MR16 04-35 Watt 3000k Flood Light Bulb, but they keep burning out after few months, can I change them with the 50W without having issues?
Asked by: Manu
yes you can, because it is only using 6 watt, with light output EQUIVALENT of 50 watt (not actually using 50 watts). so if they made a 250 watt EQUIVALENT GU10 LED light bulb which only uses around 30 watts actually you would still be ok because you are under the 35 watt max of actual wattage.
Answered by: JD
Date published: 2017-04-20

Is this bulb suitable for an indoor ceiling lamp which requires 4 bulbs? The halogen bulbs are very hot, but $30 for each led bulb?

I'm talking about the 6-watt(50w) MR16 GU10 3000K Bright White Led Flood light bulb. Is there any other LED bulb with clips that is less expensive?
Asked by: Anonymous
If you read the review I just posted there just isn't, in my opinion, a good quality bulb cheap from china. I paid $20 a piece for mine and am very happy, they are quite cool so the electronics and heat sink are very well made. Halogen's aren't exactly cheap either and depending on the lamp will probably only last 6 months to a year, so factoring in length of use and energy savings they should pay themselves back in a few years.
Answered by: energyconcious
Date published: 2015-09-20

What is the degree beam spread for these lights?

Asked by: Rogue
Approx 90 degree
Answered by: cloe
Date published: 2017-05-15

How many degrees can these flood lights be turned?

Asked by: mac10
Depends on the fixture they are in
Answered by: cloe
Date published: 2017-05-15
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50W Equivalent Bright White (3,000K) MR16 GU10 Base LED Floodlight Bulb (E*) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 30.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Short life Bought 4 and 1 failed after a few weeks use. Philips sent me two as a replacement and have had another 3 fail within the first two years of use. Will not buy again.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I wanted and needed I bought one of these bulbs to replace a 50 watt halogen bulb in a track light, and I must say that I am quite pleased. There are many reasons I like this bulb, so I'll just list them off. 1: The light is the EXACT same color as a halogen bulb. 2: It only pulls 6 watts instead of 50. 3: The brightness is right on par with the bulb I replaced. 4: The beam spread floods light all around, very similar to halogen bulbs (instead of having a definite circle where ther is no light cast outside of). 5: They don't heat up my room. That being said, they do still generate heat on the bulb itself, but the light beam has no heat to it. 6: The size is the same as a standard halogen bulb, so there is no worry as to how the bulb will fit inside the fixtures. After calculating the savings on just the bulbs themselves, the money savings are tremendous. Here's the break-down: This LED lasts a total hour life of 25000 hours. An average halogen bulb costs 5 dollars and lasts 3000 hours. To make the halogen bulb last the LED's 25000 hours, you need to buy 9 bulbs. So, to get the same bulb life, you need to spend 45 bucks on halogen bulbs. This doesn't even include the savings on electricity, either. It's a win-win! Savings on bulbs and utilities!
Date published: 2012-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice, a little blue A little pricier than I'd like. And I think Philips is overstating it a little when they say it's a 50w equivalent. But it's nearly as bright, only slightly narrower beam. It's not as pretty as the halogen bulbs as there is no backlight to illuminate the frosted glass shrouds. They dim nicely, but the blue becomes stark blue compared to halogen when dimmed, as the halogen turns almost orange, the LED remains "bright white." I may be using LED in the summer and Halogen in the winter.
Date published: 2013-03-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Harsh light -- bright white Bright white is much cooler tone than the soft whites I'm used to -- harsh, stark, cold, and generally unacceptable in a home. Cool white is even colder -- suitable for a garage or a business. Until LED manufacturers can bring more soft whites to the market, I will have to stay away. I bought this one because it was about the only dimmable GU10 I could find. Expensive lesson.
Date published: 2013-01-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Buyer beware. Lasted about a year. Very disappointing to pay nearly $30 for a bulb that is supposed to last over 20 years and only lasts one. I bought 3 for use in a walk-in closet (used significantly less than 3 hours a day). Two are still working but one burned out. These are too expensive to take the chance. Won't be repurchasing until there is some sort of guarantee against defective bulbs. If you buy these SAVE YOUR RECEIPT.
Date published: 2013-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 2 of 5 failed after 11 months I purchased 5 of these for a kitchen track light. While the lights are very nice, they don't hold up to the lifespan claim of 22 years. 2 of my 5 bulbs burned out in less than a year. They come with a warranty guarantee, but no information regarding who to contact to submit a claim. After reaching out to Philips on their corporate website twice requesting warrant support and receiving no response, I'll never use this brand bulb again.
Date published: 2015-05-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor The bulb is way too expensive for 300 lumens.It DOES NOT replace 50w halogen,since the halogen 50w is app 430-500 lumens,depends on the manufacturer.Second the beam angle is only like 15-20 degree,and the halogen is app 40 degree.Lumens are measured by meter,so if the led was 40 degree it will give out no more than 200 lumens per meter,which is less than half of the halogen bulb.The color of the led is also like 3300k,and the halogen is like 2800k,which also makes a BIG difference.The higher color temperature gives more brightness.For example same wattage bulb in 6500k is 30% brighter than 2800k. SIMPLE MATT
Date published: 2013-05-06
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