H7 car headlight bulb, discounted from £5.64 w. Free Economy Delivery @ Eurocarparts
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H7 car headlight bulb, discounted from £5.64 w. Free Economy Delivery @ Eurocarparts

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Found 8th Jan
I was looking for some cheap bulbs and came across this. Looks like a very good price for free delivery too!
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Cheaper on Amazon if you buy a pack of 4. I've used these and they last as long as the more expensive one's.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
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Not sure what the quality will be like but worth a punt at this price.
FYI link takes me car parts 4 less and not eurocarparts as your post.
phunkee2 m ago

FYI link takes me car parts 4 less and not eurocarparts as your post.


Thanks, the deal seems to auto-detect the seller, I didn't set it and i don't get a choice to change it, maybe a mod can.
£5.09 on eurocarparts site at 10% off. Deal is correct for carparts4less
Put one of these in my car a month or so back and it's been fine to date, just ordered a few for spares, thanks OP
Not sure about the quality or brightness but good for the price I suppose. Have some heat
Cheaper on Amazon if you buy a pack of 4. I've used these and they last as long as the more expensive one's.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
bytor45111 m ago

Cheaper on Amazon if you buy a pack of 4. I've used these and they last as …Cheaper on Amazon if you buy a pack of 4. I've used these and they last as long as the more expensive one's.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002QWID04/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Thanks ordered bloody typical my offside bulb philips of 2 months blew driving over toe lake district Friday night gonna keep them in the car from now on
If you have one of those cars where you seem to have to take half the front apart to change a bulb (lots like than, Renault have a bad reputation) you might want to consider bulb longevity as the main factor when buying. Bear in mind that those '+80%' and similar bulbs have a shorter service life.

Don't know about these ones but I'd certainly advise caution about the poundshop ones, etc.

However, around here it appears that you can't use a vehicle as a taxi unless at least one bulb is out!
Besford26 m ago

If you have one of those cars where you seem to have to take half the …If you have one of those cars where you seem to have to take half the front apart to change a bulb (lots like than, Renault have a bad reputation) you might want to consider bulb longevity as the main factor when buying. Bear in mind that those '+80%' and similar bulbs have a shorter service life.Don't know about these ones but I'd certainly advise caution about the poundshop ones, etc.However, around here it appears that you can't use a vehicle as a taxi unless at least one bulb is out!


Agreed on the Renault stuff... had to drop the front bumper to release the headlight unit to get to the bulb. My Focus is better with just undoing one screw and two clips to release the whole unit. The wife’s suzuki alto is the winner though... I can get both hands behind the unit and its just a case of taking off the rubber cover and unclipping the bulb. Why cant manufacturers think about these design issues for the car buyers of the world??
I can vouch for these, nice and bright and last ages
Good saving on H4 also. Thanks OP.

Lx
Chinessium?
Spent £16 on Osram Nightbreaker H7 last week.

Would be interesting to know whether these are really as good (lumens, longevity) as the expensive bulbs.
Ordered thx
meandog1012 h, 39 m ago

Agreed on the Renault stuff... had to drop the front bumper to release the …Agreed on the Renault stuff... had to drop the front bumper to release the headlight unit to get to the bulb. My Focus is better with just undoing one screw and two clips to release the whole unit. The wife’s suzuki alto is the winner though... I can get both hands behind the unit and its just a case of taking off the rubber cover and unclipping the bulb. Why cant manufacturers think about these design issues for the car buyers of the world??



Try on a Citroen C3, you need to have the hands of a 5 years old to get in there. I bought one of those little mirror to see what am i doing, but it can take from 10 mins to 30 mins to change the bulb.
Immoraliste3 h, 20 m ago

Spent £16 on Osram Nightbreaker H7 last week.Would be interesting to know …Spent £16 on Osram Nightbreaker H7 last week.Would be interesting to know whether these are really as good (lumens, longevity) as the expensive bulbs.


A couple of months ago i got the Philips 50% extra wat ever they are called the first one went Friday ....just saying
Bought, thanks for posting handy for France to have a spare.
Unfortunately my car needs D2S
bytor4518th Jan

Cheaper on Amazon if you buy a pack of 4. I've used these and they last as …Cheaper on Amazon if you buy a pack of 4. I've used these and they last as long as the more expensive one's.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002QWID04/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Well i got these today and tonight these are as good as any i have bought for £20 plus thanks bytor451 deffo recommend
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