LED REFLECTOR BULBS
At LEDClever, we only supply LED Reflector bulbs as they have been proven to help reduce lighting costs of up to 90%, while further improving residential environmental impact. This new technology is only going to become more popular over time, and investing in LED has never been more affordable and will only continue to improve. So, we have made sure to put together a range of LED reflector bulbs that deliver low energy usage, long life and are built by quality suppliers.
In the effort for the lighting industry to better improve on quality, price and environmental impact reflector bulbs have been a great step forward in lighting technology, as we further progress what we deliver to consumers UK wide. The LED reflector bulb utilises multiple tiny reflectors within the bulb head, in order to concentrate its beam in a specific direction. Originally designed for projectors, these bulbs have been adapted into new LED technology to further improve their life, efficiency and quality. At LEDClever, we focus on providing the lighting industries finest LED reflector bulb options so you can rest assured that you’ve ordered top quality and at the best price on the market, with a range of cap types lumens output and wattage to choose from we are bound to have something to meet your needs.
How do I know which LED reflector Bulb is right for me?
The first step toward working out which LED reflector bulb are right for you, we advise you to identify what reflector light bulb is already in use - you can then use this to help narrow down which bulb is the right fit for you. Once you know what you have used previously the main things to pay attention to are wattage (energy usage), bulb technology type (halogen, incandescent, florescent or LED), lumens (light output), kelvins (colour temperature) and cap type (fitting type).
Firstly, you want to identify the technology type you are using currently, if it is halogen or incandescent then your wattage amount will be around the 40 - 60W range and can be replaced with something around the 4 – 8W range. You won’t need to do anything in order for these to be a direct replacement, but will result in a large energy savings of up to 90%.
There are a few different types of cap types, some of them are very similar but with differences in the fitting diameter of the bulbs, so make sure you know exactly which one you need before ordering. The most common types for LED reflector bulbs are:
Having the right colour temperate in a given room of your home, can arguably be the most important part of choosing the right LED reflector bulb. Although it may seem complicated, it is quite easy to work out which colour temperature is right for you – if you are having issues then please check out our location range to find the best bulbs for each room of your home.