Light up your home with Maplin's range of lighting solutions.
We offer Smart Bulbs in a range of sizes: E14, E27, E28, B22 and GU10. Make sure you check the fitting you need! If you want to upgrade your home, we also offer smart lightbulbs that can be controlled wirelessly.
Want to add more lighting to your home? Our Indoor Lighting range offers solutions such as strip lighting, wall and ceiling options and even cabinet lighting for your furniture.
Spruce up your garden and outside spaces with our Outdoor Lighting collection. We've got everything from solar garden lights to fixed wall and ground lighting.
There's also Torches & Lanterns for everyday use - handheld models, head torches and lanterns, all designed to light up those darker spaces.
Still can't find what you need? Check out our Lighting Accessories category to find remote controlled plugs, PIR sensors and more to compliment your lighting setup.
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What are the benefits of LED lighting?
You’ve probably heard that LED lighting is a better choice than conventional lighting. But why? What exactly are the benefits?
Maplin are here to help you understand the power of LED lighting.
Light up your garden
Want to make the most of your outdoor space? From perfect patios to glorious gardens, outdoor lighting can help to create a stunning and attractive area for you to enjoy all year round.
Here at Maplin, we’ve put together some ideas to help you get started.
Frequently Asked Questions
The average lifespan of an LED is up to 50,000 hours - 50 times longer than a traditional incandescent lightbulb.
You can learn more about the benefits of LED lighting here.
Smart lights connect wirelessly via WiFi or Bluetooth. Some require a separate hub, while others can be controlled via an app on your smartphone.
When replacing a bulb, it's important to know what type of fitting you need for the replacement.
E14 / E27
Also known as Edison caps, they resemble a screw shape with the number referring to the diameter of the fitting.
Bayonet bulbs use a twist and lock motion to install. Unlike the Edison caps, they instead feature two prongs on either side.
These are commonly used for spotlights in kitchens or bathrooms. They connect via two pins on the base of the bulb.
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