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Hi,

I'm looking for help finding the right product to replace our existing light setup.

What I have is pretty much this unit: ORLUNA Detail Mini Recessed Fixed Low Glare downlighter | eBay - https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/392276123870

I've got some Philips Hue GU10 bulbs and so looking to replace the Orlunas with something GU10 compatible. I've got an electrician to do the work but I just need the materials. Also I can't change the cutout hole which is 7.5cm.

Are these a good option?: MiniSun Fire Rated Gloss White Recessed GU10

Attached are pictures of the current light fixture.

Thanks for looking!
 

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firstly, the GU10 lamps are 240V so you need to ditch those drivers. secondly you need to source fittings with a 75mm or 73mm cut-out size.

or enlarge the hoes and fit these:

 
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firstly, the GU10 lamps are 240V so you need to ditch those drivers. secondly you need to source fittings with a 75mm or 73mm cut-out size.

or enlarge the hoes and fit these:

I can't enlarge the holes. I also want to use Philips GU10 bulbs so don't want any integrated LEDs.
 

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Haven't used those fittings before but they may not be the friendliest of connections for them, I'd recommend these fittings below which are a good price - just remember you'll need IP rated bezels for any lights within bathrooms.

 

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Hi, minisun are cheap and nasty try and avoid them. Make sure to select lights with correct IP rating
 
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Haven't used those fittings before but they may not be the friendliest of connections for them, I'd recommend these fittings below which are a good price - just remember you'll need IP rated bezels for any lights within bathrooms.

Thanks for the tip. I've ordered a bunch of these so will see how it goes!
 

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