While Philips Hue will be launching a whole load of new products next week, Innr is content with a small new release for the IFA season. In the coming weeks, a GU10 spotlight will be launched to provide improved illumination.
Purely in terms of technical data, the Innr RS 226 model will not differ from the already available white spots marked RS 225. Here, too, there are 350 lumens at a fixed color temperature of 2,700 Kelvin and a beam angle of 36 degrees.
As always, the devil is in the details and can be seen very clearly in the following picture. On the left you see the RS 225 model, which has been available for some time now, and on the right the new Innr RS 225. The subtle difference: the lens.
The new GU10 spot has a single lens. According to the manufacturer, this enables particularly stylish and smoother illumination. In addition, the new GU10 Spot can be dimmed down to 2 percent and can therefore shine somewhat darker than its predecessor. This is not entirely unimportant, for example when used as a night light.
The Innr RS 226 will be available for the market launch as a bundle with four spots at a price of 54.99 Euro. In the middle of October a variant with two Spots will be released, here the price is then 27.99 euro. As soon as you can buy the sets, I will let you know immediately.