Neolux H4 (472) Single Bulb - 55w/60w 3 Pin £1.46 @ CarParts4Less
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Neolux H4 (472) Single Bulb - 55w/60w 3 Pin £1.46 @ CarParts4Less

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Posted 7th Nov
Neolux H4 (472) Single Bulb - 55w/60w 3 PinProduct Code: 481770196

Bulb TypeH4
Rated Capacity (W)60/55
Socket TypeP43t-38
Voltage (V)12

Neolux H4 (472) Single Bulb - 55w/60w 3 PinNeolux bulbs are ideal for a perfect fit, for minimal cost. They give you a cost effective choice of bulb replacement when yours fail.

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Why do mods keep editing and takign away the edit button on my deals!!!!!!
snappyfish07/11/2019 12:40

Why do mods keep editing and takign away the edit button on my deals!!!!!!


“Power” they do it to me too! I should add pernickety, shame really as although I concede that there are rules....yada, yada, yada.....to be so regimental is ott im my honest opinion x
Edited by: "mazcymru" 7th Nov
mazcymru07/11/2019 14:08

“Power” they do it to me too! I should add pernickety, shame rea …“Power” they do it to me too! I should add pernickety, shame really as although I concede that there are rules....yada, yada, yada.....to be so regimental is ott im my honest opinion x


why do they take the RRP price out of deal title? lol
snappyfish07/11/2019 14:18

why do they take the RRP price out of deal title? lol


No idea, I must confess when they’ve edited mine in that way, I wait a wee while and change it back shh don’t tell them though
mazcymru07/11/2019 14:23

No idea, I must confess when they’ve edited mine in that way, I wait a w …No idea, I must confess when they’ve edited mine in that way, I wait a wee while and change it back shh don’t tell them though


Must be a SEO thing.
With regards to bulbs, is there much quality difference between Lucas bulbs and these, or other brands?

I don't want to cut corners on how much light my car projects for safety.

Thanks
Unless you're a dodgy car trader, I can't really see what the point is of these random Chinese bulbs. You can get Bosch or Philips or whatever for a tenner a pair.

This is particularly worth considering given what a colossal PITA some modern cars make access to the back of the cluster...
championadam08/11/2019 08:28

Unless you're a dodgy car trader, I can't really see what the point is of …Unless you're a dodgy car trader, I can't really see what the point is of these random Chinese bulbs. You can get Bosch or Philips or whatever for a tenner a pair.This is particularly worth considering given what a colossal PITA some modern cars make access to the back of the cluster...


Thanks for you insight, had 2 of these in van for nearly a year no problems eh

What about keep one as spare just in case...
Edited by: "snappyfish" 8th Nov
championadam08/11/2019 08:28

Unless you're a dodgy car trader, I can't really see what the point is of …Unless you're a dodgy car trader, I can't really see what the point is of these random Chinese bulbs. You can get Bosch or Philips or whatever for a tenner a pair.This is particularly worth considering given what a colossal PITA some modern cars make access to the back of the cluster...


I recently changed one of the bulbs in my car with an Osram night breaker that was in the boot when I bought it. I'd read about how wonderful these expensive bulbs were, didn't notice any difference compared to the standard bulb that was fitted on the other side . Last week, my other bulb failed and I replaced it with one of two bulbs I got from China for £1.28.

38933441.jpgGuess what, no difference in light output...

Time will tell how long it lasts but I've not really had any issues with cheaper Chinese bulbs.
Edited by: "gtd65" 8th Nov
snappyfish08/11/2019 08:39

Thanks for you insight, had 2 of these in van for nearly a year no …Thanks for you insight, had 2 of these in van for nearly a year no problems eh What about keep one as spare just in case...


I think most people keep the odd one when they change in pairs after one blows for 'just in case' don't they? I'm not saying they won't last a year, just that it seems a weird area of economising given what a PITA is can be (depending on car, obvs) to change them, and that the decent branded ones are cheap anyway...

Just speaking my brains, no offence intended!

gtd6508/11/2019 12:58

I recently changed one of the bulbs in my car with an Osram night breaker …I recently changed one of the bulbs in my car with an Osram night breaker that was in the boot when I bought it. I'd read about how wonderful these expensive bulbs were, didn't notice any difference compared to the standard bulb that was fitted on the other side . Last week, my other bulb failed and I replaced it with one of two bulbs I got from China for £1.28.[Image] Guess what, no difference in light output...Time will tell how long it lasts but I've not really had any issues with cheaper Chinese bulbs.


The Night breaker Lasers are a good bulb, they achieve greater brightness than cheaper bulbs by using a thinner filament though so they're not as durable. You'd probably only really notice the difference in output on dark backroads away from other light sources where signs and cat's eyes can be seen from a few feet further away
I never found these to last, although mine were H7 rather than H4.

Bulbs that last longest were the osram ones in the green box/package.
Rhythmeister09/11/2019 00:58

The Night breaker Lasers are a good bulb, they achieve greater brightness …The Night breaker Lasers are a good bulb, they achieve greater brightness than cheaper bulbs by using a thinner filament though so they're not as durable. You'd probably only really notice the difference in output on dark backroads away from other light sources where signs and cat's eyes can be seen from a few feet further away


I live in a very rural area, village of 600+ folk. I'll be damned if I saw any difference, I wanted to see a difference...
gtd6509/11/2019 10:16

I live in a very rural area, village of 600+ folk. I'll be damned if I … I live in a very rural area, village of 600+ folk. I'll be damned if I saw any difference, I wanted to see a difference...


That's odd, I've always found the Night Breakers good but maybe what I've upgraded from were crap
Rhythmeister09/11/2019 18:49

That's odd, I've always found the Night Breakers good but maybe what I've …That's odd, I've always found the Night Breakers good but maybe what I've upgraded from were crap


To be fair, the lights (projector style) in my Kia Ceed are very good anyway.

Just no discernable difference in either bulb either looking at the car or seeing the light output from inside.

I was half expecting to see a more crisp, whiter output from the Osram side (N/S) than the original or now Chinese no name bulb on the driver side.

That said, I'm quite happy to keep buying the cheaper bulbs
Edited by: "gtd65" 9th Nov
championadam08/11/2019 08:28

Unless you're a dodgy car trader, I can't really see what the point is of …Unless you're a dodgy car trader, I can't really see what the point is of these random Chinese bulbs. You can get Bosch or Philips or whatever for a tenner a pair.This is particularly worth considering given what a colossal PITA some modern cars make access to the back of the cluster...


Wholeheartedly agree, and also the same applies for some faired motorcycles that use H4 bulbs. I'd rather buy long life Osram or Philips bulbs and replace them far less often.

I still have recurring nightmares of reading the Haynes instructions on replacing the front fog lights in a Punto!
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