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I was wondering if anyone out there has used these and what they think about them.1 watt led with gu 10 base.I'm not sure but I take it they have an inbuilt transformer? They appear to save a huge amount of power running at only 1 watt as opposed to 50watt halogen.I believe they are available in a warm white but I havn't seen them in use and was wondering what the light 'spread ' is like.Other leds I have used in the past have had a very focused light output,and required the use of a transformer.
 
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I've used these in Bathroom downlights to good effect, although you'll have to check the spread before finalising numbers/locations. They are now available as 240v GU10, so yes transformer built in.
 

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