The High CRI 95, 9w LED R80 reflector bulb is a fantastic replacement for its spot light bulb counterpart, which means you can order with the confidence that it will fit E27 large screw fittings perfectly. Boasting an impressive 610 lumens and warm colour, this bulb is 85% more energy efficient than traditional 60w R80 spot light bulb and it lasts for 25,000 hours, that’s about 10 times longer.
A beautifully designed, sleek, light weight LED R80 reflector. Our 9w R80 LED bulbs have a warm colour temperature, high lumen rating and have been tested for quality by us. Simply “Fit and Forget” or you get your money back under our 365 day satisfaction policy. This product has been tested and chosen by us for its high CRI of 95, high Lumen rating of 610, and for its long lasting quality. This R80 LED reflector bulb has a 25,000 hour lifespan, which is 11 years of use if on 6 hours a day. To find out how much you can save by upgrading your lighting to LEDs, check out our online calculator!
High Performance LED Chip delivering huge performance
Perfect Warm Colour temperature (2700K)
Incredibly light weight at just 120g
Like for like replacement for a 60w spot light bulb R80
85% Energy Saving Potential
All orders are dispatched via Royal Mail 2nd class. Over the years we have found this to be a cost effective and reliable delivery service that takes 2-3 days (excusing Sunday).
Next Day delivery is available if the order is placed before 3pm the day before and costs £10 using Parcel Force. Please select this option during the checkout process.
If LED lamps are so great, why is there so much terrible LED lighting? Are dull colours just the price you pay for lower bills? The answer to these questions is “Colour Rendering Index”. In most LED lamps it’s simply too low. At Well-lit, all our LED lamps have CRI values of 95 or above. So you can replave your halogen and incandescent lamps without losing quality of light. (And change those poor quality LEDs for something rather better.)
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