Osram Night Breaker Plus 64210NBP H7 12V 55W Twin Pack of Headlight Bulbs - £10.18 @ AmazonUK
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Osram Night Breaker Plus 64210NBP H7 12V 55W Twin Pack of Headlight Bulbs - £10.18 @ AmazonUK

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Found 4th Sep 2013
Osram Night Breaker Plus 64210NBP H7 12V 55W Twin Pack of Headlight Bulbs

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£17.99 on Eurocarparts and Carparts4less.


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H1 and H4 also available:

amazon.co.uk/Osr…B0A

and

amazon.co.uk/Osr…KTC
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86 Comments

Awesome bulbs.

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Best bulbs available on market

are these any good for XENON headlights or are these the right bulbs I know they H7

Thanks, ordered!

Awesome bulbs

Heat.

Good price for those. Ordered two sets yesterday.

Banned

If you have xenon headlamps then you need xenon bulbs, not these AFAIK

Do these fit all cars or specific types? (newbie driver with a 1999 fiesta!)

Has these before great gonna order spares thanks op !

ji29zard

Do these fit all cars or specific types? (newbie driver with a 1999 … Do these fit all cars or specific types? (newbie driver with a 1999 fiesta!)


Different car have different bulbs, so you need to check what's fitted in yours before ordering.

dimebars

If you have xenon headlamps then you need xenon bulbs, not these AFAIK



Thanks dimebars

These are awful bulbs. Night breakers by name. They break at night usually within a few months.

Awesome light output but very poor longevity. Phillips version better.

Good spot!

ji29zard

Do these fit all cars or specific types? (newbie driver with a 1999 … Do these fit all cars or specific types? (newbie driver with a 1999 fiesta!)


Type your Reg No in this website: EuroCarParts in the 'Fast Finder' box and it should tell you what bulbs your car uses. If it comes up with H7's then you can order these.
Edited by: "bcwc" 4th Sep 2013

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I thought I'd check how they rate. I have an FTO and found the above. Looks decent, might have to get some.

jrw

These are awful bulbs. Night breakers by name. They break at night … These are awful bulbs. Night breakers by name. They break at night usually within a few months. Awesome light output but very poor longevity. Phillips version better.


Since the Plus have been released the previous problems have been sorted. I've been running the same pair for over 2 1/2 years now.

jrw

These are awful bulbs. Night breakers by name. They break at night … These are awful bulbs. Night breakers by name. They break at night usually within a few months. Awesome light output but very poor longevity. Phillips version better.



I'd disagree with that, in the past 4 years, I've only changed my nightbreakers once. I've also tried the Philips ones and these beat them hands down for light output and visibility. Definitely recommend, worth the tenner. I've paid £20+ in the past.

Can't get for my car make yet unfortunately

These for £10 or a pair of Chinese HID xenons from ebay for around £30. Any thoughts, which would be better for night time driving?
Edited by: "indyuser" 4th Sep 2013

Excellent bulbs. Mine are still going strong after 18months

I would have snapped these up if I hadn't just moved out and spent way too much money on essentials already!!! Great price!!

Bought H7s and H1s with my TopCashBack in the form of Amazon gift certificates

Thank you

bcwc

Type your Reg No in this website: EuroCarParts in the 'Fast Finder' box … Type your Reg No in this website: EuroCarParts in the 'Fast Finder' box and it should tell you what bulbs your car uses. If it comes up with H7's then you can order these.



Checked on the 1st site mentioned and it says mine are HB3 but the link you gave said HB7...WHAT GOES ON?

I have a Volvo S60 D5 2.4 Turbo Diesel 2003 model...really confused now
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indyuser

These for £10 or a pair of Chinese HID xenons from ebay for around £30. A … These for £10 or a pair of Chinese HID xenons from ebay for around £30. Any thoughts, which would be better for night time driving?



I thought the hid conversion kits were illegal:
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gkay2009

Can't get for my car make yet unfortunately


What car is it?

Bargain! Ordered
!

Never had a problem with these - last ages, much better value than Philips - they don't last long in my experience

Whats people experience on the xenon ring ultima?

Excellent bulbs, I had these in my MINI, and now have the gold edition in Merc C class, Got the gold of euro car parts ebay site, when they were £10, now there £14, but there's not much difference between these and the Gold, apart from the gold having a gold tip and base.

Light output from these is excellent compared to normal bulbs and no adverse effect on head light or wiring.

indyuser

These for £10 or a pair of Chinese HID xenons from ebay for around £30. A … These for £10 or a pair of Chinese HID xenons from ebay for around £30. Any thoughts, which would be better for night time driving?



HID require your car to have projector headlights and a headlight washer system with automatic leveling, else you will dazzle other drivers and doubt you will pass MOT as the light pattern will be scattered.
Also if your car has a bulb warning system the cheap china kits will not work, you will need a can bus error free system starting at £50+ as well as having all the above.

Sweet cant go wrong with these

Ordered H7s and H1s, many thanks for posting

khalifazed

Whats people experience on the xenon ring ultima?



I have H1 Ring Xenon Ultima's as my full beam, and H7 Osram Night Breaker Plus as my dipped beam. Think they're both a good upgrade from the stock bulbs but can't compare between the brands with them being different things.

Same here, H7's and H1's for my Focus..... nice spot!

Good bulbs and decent light spread, but didn't last long for me, but for a tenner a good price.
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