Spotlight

Spotlight

Unlike 'non-directional' light bulbs, which emit light in every direction, spotlights are 'directional,' so they focus their light in one particular direction. Tiny reflectors on the inside surface of the spotlight focus and direct its beam much more efficiently and intensely. This makes them ideal for task lighting in the home and workplace, as well as for retail and display lighting. For a long time, halogen spotlights were the most common type, until they fell under the remit of an EU ban and were superseded by LED spotlights. These bulbs offer the same brightness as their halogen counterparts but use only a fraction of the energy to do so.

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  • Osram Halogen M280IRC 12V MR16 GU5.3 50W 3000K 4870VWFL Image 1
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  • Osram Halogen M249IRC 12V MR16 GU5.3 50W 3000K 48870SP Image 1
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  • Osram Halogen M258IRC 12V MR16 GU5.3 50W 3000K 48870WFL Image 1
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  • Osram Halogen M250IRC 12V MR16 GU5.3 50W 3000K 48870FL Image 1
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  • Osram Halogen 12V Halospot B15 50W 2950K 41990FL Image 1
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  • Osram Halogen M258 12V MR16 GU5.3 50W 4400K 46871WFL Image 1
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