philips led bulbs

Hello,
Toolstation sell two Philips LED light bulbs, both described as shape A. The power consumption and lumens output seem identical, as does the life of the bulb. The only difference I could find is one has an output over 150 degrees; the other is 200 degrees. Are there any other differences and if not, why make two bulb that are practically identical? They are: http://www.toolstation.com/shop/p70605?table=no http://www.toolstation.com/shop/p17248?table=no
Thanks, Stephen.
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On 17/11/2015 10:57, Stephen wrote:

The 30% larger illumination coverage angle is a significant difference. Basic LED lights tend to leave the ceiling visibly darker.
Some of their spotlight versions are too directional.
The colour temperature of Philips warm white is almost spot on though their prices are a bit on the high side when not on offer.
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