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STARCO Lighting LED 10W Tri Colour Dimmable Downlight 10 Pack $89.99 (Was $108.50) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Star Sparky Direct


Special on STARCO Lighting LED 10W Tri Colour Dimmable Downlight 10 Pack RRP: $108.50

Limited time promotion: $89.99

Tri-Color function:

Warm white: 3000K
Daylight: 4000K
Cool white: 5000K

Main Features:

Voltage: 180~240v 50HZ
Power: 10W
LED Current: 130mA
Cut Out: 90mm
Lumen: 958/1020/1026lm
High-efficiency rating, up to 80% energy saving
Exceptional heat dissipation
Long lifetime to 50,000 hours
Ideal for Commercial, Residential, Retail, Showroom, Galleries, Hotels, Stairways / Hallway, Lobbies
Warranty: 3 Years
Beam Angle: 110°
Weatherproof Rating:IP44
CRI: >80
Dimensions: Φ113*65mm


Pls note: Shipping costs are additional upon checkout.

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  • Get this if anyone looking for branded stuff.!


    • +2

      Omg that 1993 website.

    • I used those clipsal downlights in a few residential renos, they seem to have a high failure rate after a year, had to go and replace them last month. Guessing it is because of the integrated led and driver in one downlight rather than a separate driver away from downlight, to much heat. Also some what taller than most other brand of downlights

      • Saw this now would not have bought it… hopefully they are easy to change yourself and no hassle to claim warranty. It is 2 years.

  • Can't think of any reason why anyone would want to switch between those three tones for a hallway/lobby light but good deal anyway

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      You wouldn't. They have a switch on the back to select so it isn't convenient to do so anyway.

      It just means that the same light can be used in different applications.

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    I hate how 3000k is always the lowest so many lights go. It's eye searingly blue compared to the lights they're meant to be replacing.

    • +1

      I totally agree. I recently put some downlights which take GU10. The 2700k ones from IKEA have been a God send for bedrooms.

  • REP:
    What is the beam angle? No info

  • I've seen long life claims of x000 hours on LED downlights for a while, but I always see failures at the 2 year mark.

    • Usually the fault is within the led driver, so technically they are not wrong. Usually heat kills the driver, especially if its burried in insulation.

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