OSRAM Cool Blue 5000k D1S Automotive HID bulbs twin pack - £62.42 @ Amazon
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OSRAM Cool Blue 5000k D1S Automotive HID bulbs twin pack - £62.42 @ Amazon

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Found 30th Mar 2017
Been looking at replacing a set of D1S bulbs on my stupid American car and was looking at bulbs around £40 each. Prefer them both to be identical though so was going to buy 2 anyway. Came across these on Amazon at about £40 less than other places, so bought right away!

- up to 20% more light (compared to a standard coated gas discharge bulb)
- Colour temperature of up to 5,000K (Kelvin)
- Extra blue light from a special filling system
- Exceptionally bright HID bulbs
- Made in Germany

P.S. Please only buy these if you have headlights designed for them, nobody likes those people who have HID's in reflector headlights.

EDIT: Seems like the last HID deal for genuine D1S bulbs went down the pan to a lack of knowledge (I guess) in the community, so I'm not hopeful for any heat here. However, I hope this helps someone!
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Good price for these highly rated bulbs. Wish they were this price for D3s Have some heat

"P.S. Please only buy these if you have headlights designed for them, nobody likes those people who have HID's in reflector headlights."

That's why idiots have blinding lights.. Surely they should fail the MOT with them in.. they aught to..
You can only really fit these if you have genuine, factory HIDs in a projector anyway. Those HID in reflectors you refer to are likely cheap Chinese kits with Halogen bulb bases i.e. H7. You can also get factory HIDs in reflectors too which don't blind but they require a bulb with an R suffix, i.e. D1R


Edited by: "ahenners" 30th Mar 2017
Dawsy

"P.S. Please only buy these if you have headlights designed for them, … "P.S. Please only buy these if you have headlights designed for them, nobody likes those people who have HID's in reflector headlights."That's why idiots have blinding lights.. Surely they should fail the MOT with them in.. they aught to..



They should - it's all to do with beam pattern. The rotters take them out and put their normal bulbs in for one day a year though, dazzling everyone.
ahenners

You can only really fit these if you have genuine, factory HIDs in a … You can only really fit these if you have genuine, factory HIDs in a projector anyway. Those HID in reflectors you refer to are likely cheap Chinese kits with Halogen bulb bases i.e. H7. You can also get factory HIDs in reflectors too which don't blind but they require a bulb with an R suffix, i.e. D1R



I know, I have one of the Chinese sets in my main beam for use on country roads, because instead of being sensible and fitting bi-xenon's to mine, they decided to fit a second set of alternate halogen mains!
I guess people must know of a cheaper deal for branded bulbs! This was over 30 degrees earlier!
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