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H7 headlight bulb, twin pack £3.00 at Tesco.

£3.00 @ Tesco Direct
I expect it to be voted cold by all the non motorists but I needed to replace a headlight bulb, and looking around saw the cheapest at £5. I went into Tesco and it's labelled 'New product' and not a… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
I expect it to be voted cold by all the non motorists but I needed to replace a headlight bulb, and looking around saw the cheapest at £5. I went into Tesco and it's labelled 'New product' and not available online yet. It's a twin pack, H7 headlight bulb pack. I believe H14 is available to at the same price. At this price I bought two packs.. spares for the spares.
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2 Likes #1
I was looking for one of these in Halfords..... £13 oO
For that price I'd expect it to drive my car & chauffeur me home!
Great find op
2 Likes #2
Not good value as they go dim very quickly, had some generic ones in for about 3 months and the bulbs had turned black. I go for Osram or Philips now, they last about 4 times longer, don't go dim and cost 3-4 times more so often you save money when the offers pop up here.
#3
Been posted before. You can get cheaper from carparts4less, with free delivery.

http://www.carparts4less.co.uk/cp4l/p/////?481770226&0&cc5_846
1 Like #4
I'm posting here so i can enter the competition only 350 more post's to go ......., I go for the very cheap one's of ebay and buy in packs of ten i'v had them ages and still have 9 left it is still bright and lights the road up at night. I would never buy the rip off one's Osram or Philips ... just saying
1 Like #5
delivered very not free if you live in the north east if Scotland, nowhere near the highlands but they charge rip off postage. shame really as they have decent prices.
#6
GoNz017
Not good value as they go dim very quickly,

No they don't
#7
Yea, it's a re-post. Posted this myself a few weeks back. Decent price anyway.:)
1 Like #8
ChrisKet
GoNz017
Not good value as they go dim very quickly,
No they don't
The ones I took out the wifes car suggest otherwise.
1 Like #9
staceybaby
I was looking for one of these in Halfords..... £13 oO
For that price I'd expect it to drive my car & chauffeur me home!
Great find op

You walk past HALFRAUDS and they tell you your shoes have failed the MOT because a freyed shoe lace. My local Tesco had these on offer but still a great price HEAT


Maybe the non-car drivers are the morons walking round wearing dark clothing on dark nights running in between cars?

CAN WE BAN HALFORD DEALS?
#10
Graham1979
staceybaby
I was looking for one of these in Halfords..... £13 oO
For that price I'd expect it to drive my car & chauffeur me home!
Great find op

You walk past HALFRAUDS and they tell you your shoes have failed the MOT because a freyed shoe lace. My local Tesco had these on offer but still a great price HEAT


Maybe the non-car drivers are the morons walking round wearing dark clothing on dark nights running in between cars?

CAN WE BAN HALFORD DEALS?


I don't like Halfords at all. Only went in coz nowhere local had a bulb. Needless to say I saved my money & still have a headlamp outoO
#11
Cheap ones are around 1.20/1.50 each but don't last long and very yellowish light
If u go osram or Philips set for around £10/20 for set they make light very white
#12
Voted HOT, HOT, HOT!

Perfect for those without an ebay account, because there is no need to pay more than £1.99 delivered
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-x-H7-HALOGEN-HEADLAMP-HEADLIGHT-CAR-VAN-BULB-499-12V-55W-E-MARKED-/281195058410?
#13
would hid (led) lights be better?
#14
sunil237
would hid (led) lights be better?

No.
#15
sunil237
would hid (led) lights be better?
It's an MOT fail/nightmare if you retrofit. It's a requirement for HID fitted vehicles to have headlamp washers and self levelling headlamps or suspension, there are a few cars manufactured before the legislation without these features though. The legislation was bought in ages ago, thankfully amended from when introduced to N.Ireland when some vehicle owners were forced to remove factory fitted HIDs at great expense as manufacturers hadn't fitted washers etc.
1 Like #16
sunil237
would hid (led) lights be better?
Please don't be another bell-end driving round with these in the wrong housing blinding everyone, about time the law changed to impound and crush any car using them without the necessary car modifications to make them road legal.

Edited By: GoNz017 on Dec 05, 2016 08:42
#17
GoNz017
sunil237
would hid (led) lights be better?
Please don't be another bell-end driving round with these in the wrong housing blinding everyone, about time the law changed to impound and crush any car using them without the necessary car modifications to make them road legal.


Yep. I'm sick & tired of being dazzled by idiots driving round with these things in.
#18
staceybaby
I was looking for one of these in Halfords..... £13 oO
For that price I'd expect it to drive my car & chauffeur me home!
Great find op


Halfords is over priced

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