H7 Headlamp Bulb £1.27 each with code at Carparts4less (free delivery)
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H7 Headlamp Bulb £1.27 each with code at Carparts4less (free delivery)

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I posted this deal nearly two years ago at a similar price. Still incredibly cheap compared to how much you would have to pay elsewhere. Use code Payday to get 12.5%off & this price.
Neolux is Osram's budget range but still good quality in my experience. At Halfords their own brand ones sell for £9,99 & Bosch ones £12.99.

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mattclarkie

Bulbs are something you are worth paying extra for. I've got some double … Bulbs are something you are worth paying extra for. I've got some double distance bulbs and it makes driving at night much more pleasant than the OEM part, my dips are almost as bright as OEM full beam.


Unpleasant for the people coming the other way?
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I bet they will last forever! Bought 4, heat. Thank you

Banned

At a motor trade cash and carry these are ONLY 11p each plus vat. and from a main dealer you would have to pay at least£8.00. The whole country is ONE BIG RIP OFF with full 2 faced government approval.

Thanks ordered 2 to replace the really dim ones I bought from China

Cheers OP - 6 on the way to me
For the last few years I've been buying the cheapo bulb kits from Tesco for a fiver, just to get the H7 bulb. Can't stomach paying more than this for just one bulb in Halfrauds or my local car parts shops.
Never used any of the other bulbs in the kit though, just the H7s!

TheLightbulbConspiracy

I bet they will last forever! Bought 4, heat. Thank you


The neolux pair in my car have last over 3 years iirc

Went for the Hella for a bit more but still a great deal. Thanks O.P.

Buy cheap, buy twice.

Bulbs are something you are worth paying extra for. I've got some double distance bulbs and it makes driving at night much more pleasant than the OEM part, my dips are almost as bright as OEM full beam.

NoFinPhish

Cheers OP - 6 on the way to meFor the last few years I've been buying the … Cheers OP - 6 on the way to meFor the last few years I've been buying the cheapo bulb kits from Tesco for a fiver, just to get the H7 bulb. Can't stomach paying more than this for just one bulb in Halfrauds or my local car parts shops. Never used any of the other bulbs in the kit though, just the H7s!



​If you know someone with a Halfords trade card everything is dirt cheap £100 batteries are around £45 windscreen wipers quarter of the price its ridiculous and you can get a trade card if you work for a company that might maintain cars in a way or I know someone that is a paramedic they gave him one after asking if he repairs his own car I borrow the grandads all the time to get oil dirt cheap he is retired and repaired aero planes not sure how he got his must depend on who is behind the till

tezray

If you know someone with a Halfords trade card everything is dirt cheap … If you know someone with a Halfords trade card everything is dirt cheap £100 batteries are around £45 windscreen wipers quarter of the price its ridiculous and you can get a trade card if you work for a company that might maintain cars in a way or I know someone that is a paramedic they gave him one after asking if he repairs his own car I borrow the grandads all the time to get oil dirt cheap he is retired and repaired aero planes not sure how he got his must depend on who is behind the till



I need a paramedic after the headrush from reading that paragraph.

haha was putting baby to bed and typed fast

hehe do you think this one made in UK? ;-)

Narkodrom

hehe do you think this one made in UK? ;-)



​what difference it could make? quality and material are used according to their budget in manufacturing. End of the day Bulb is Bulb, doesn't matter it's made on China or UK

mattclarkie

Bulbs are something you are worth paying extra for. I've got some double … Bulbs are something you are worth paying extra for. I've got some double distance bulbs and it makes driving at night much more pleasant than the OEM part, my dips are almost as bright as OEM full beam.


Unpleasant for the people coming the other way?

Bought some H7 Osram Night Breaker Ultimates, yes expensive at £17.65 a pair but such a massive difference over OEM bulbs in my Passat. Did both the High Beam and Low Beam as they were H7's.

We get these at work (someone thinks they're doing a great job buying the cheapest bulb available) but they don't seem to last as long as the OEM bulbs. The vehicles do cover 35k+ a year, so if you don't drive as much I'm sure these will do the job.

friar_chris22 h, 36 m ago

Unpleasant for the people coming the other way?


They are nothing like the god awful HID bulbs that dazzle anybody within 2 miles. They simply throw the light more effectively so you can see a useful amount of road instead of a postage stamp sized patch.

Will these work on Prius 2008?

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mdadnan

Will these work on Prius 2008?


If you input your reg number into the search facility on the site it will give you an answer to that question.

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Canary0500

Buy cheap, buy twice.


Or buy once, buy over seven times to justify the price differential between this & the cheapest one at Halfords!

Baccus

Or buy once, buy over seven times to justify the price differential … Or buy once, buy over seven times to justify the price differential between this & the cheapest one at Halfords!



​I know from experience, after buying cheap ones and driving around with very dim dipped lights for weeks. Then changed them to Osram Silverstar for £15 a pair from ECP.

got some last week was even cheaper
to replace a philips super bright that went pop £8 not good

Original Poster

Arrived promptly, fitted with no issues & at this price, have a couple of spares for both family cars.
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