Osram Nightbreaker UNLIMITED - Performance Bulb Set - H7 477 for £12.24 @ Eurocarparts
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Osram Nightbreaker UNLIMITED - Performance Bulb Set - H7 477 for £12.24 @ Eurocarparts

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Found 14th Apr 2014
Osram Nightbreaker UNLIMITED - Performance Bulb Set - H7 477

Osram Nightbreaker UNLIMITED are the newest range of performance lighting from the electrical giant. Offering upto 110% more light, compared to standard bulbs they are the ULTIMATE way to upgrade your headlights during these dark nights. Fully E Stamped for use in the UK & Europe, these are legal for use in place of standard bulbs.

Up to 110 % more light on the road (compared to standard halogen lamps
Up to 40 m longer beam of light (compared to standard halogen lamps)
Up to 20 % whiter light (compared to standard halogen lamps)
Drivers spot obstacles and dangerous situations much sooner
Optimum light for more reaction time
Patented blue ring coating for less reflected glare
More efficient light production thanks to optimized inert filling gas formula
Higher resilience due to robust coil design

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54 Comments

Cheaper than oem bulbs from my local car parts specialist.

says £17.49 when I click on the link ??

barginhunter77

says £17.49 when I click on the link ??



Use Code lastchance30 at the checkout for this price, code works on … Use Code lastchance30 at the checkout for this price, code works on various other items too.



Info in penultimate line of description.

Has these last time and not impressed.

The light beam is good but ends very suddenly and for me that made them feel worse. They also didn't last very long at all.

I've now got Philips Cyrene vision and much happier with the beam. Can't comment on longevity yet

All of the above is for information only though - that's a stonking price and I might buy a sec to keep in car.

barginhunter77

says £17.49 when I click on the link ??

Use Code lastchance30 at the checkout for this price, code works on … Use Code lastchance30 at the checkout for this price, code works on various other items too.


oops sorry mate should have read the whole thing before asking a stupid question. cheers

very good bulbs

I have these is most of my cars and they are very good, heat from me

Had a few sets of these in the past. They don't last very long, maybe 6-12 months every time. Given up now.

The light is good whilst they last though.

HistoricDealer

I've now got Philips Cyrene vision and much happier with the beam. Can't … I've now got Philips Cyrene vision and much happier with the beam. Can't comment on longevity yet



Searched for these, no luck. Was it a typo? Philips Extreme?

Got these in my car, I like them, nice and bright.

They DO NOT last as long as normal bulbs but they are brighter. It says that on the packing, the lifetime is short.

Just so you know.

HOPELESS dont waste your money with these,the hype is the most impressive thing about them,not noticeably whiter than standard bulbs,range is nothing special and as for longevity,well i am expecting them to fail on that as well,wish i hadnt bought them!

All the previous osram,Philips bulbs I've had have been good.
Have got osram 65w rally bulbs and they are much better.

Good price but factor in the short life of these extra bright bulbs and you may want to stay with normal ones. Few people NEED extra bright bulbs these days.

if anyone is going to 'add on' check the ebay prices for euro parts, some are alot cheaper even factored in the 30% discount.

Same price for H1 and H4, thanks!

tonikeys

Searched for these, no luck. Was it a typo? Philips Extreme?



Sorry was on my phone.

Philips Xtreme Vision...

eurocarparts.com/ecp…384

(Ignore the corsa tag, just a default - they're H7's)
Edited by: "HistoricDealer" 14th Apr 2014

surely the length of time they last depends on how much use they get.if you are a taxi driver on nights it'll be short or if miss daisy who only goes afternoon shopping they will last forever.:p

barginhunter77

oops sorry mate should have read the whole thing before asking a stupid … oops sorry mate should have read the whole thing before asking a stupid question. cheers



No biggie - yw!

bunisjamin

Got these in my car, I like them, nice and bright.They DO NOT last as … Got these in my car, I like them, nice and bright.They DO NOT last as long as normal bulbs but they are brighter. It says that on the packing, the lifetime is short.Just so you know.



You can't beat OE bulbs - hadn't changed one on my 1 series at 6yrs old, on my Toyo 4runner I think it made the 8yr mark before I had to change the first bulb - headlight - thats with some green laning bumping about to boot - the replacement £7 special from the Auto factors lasted less than 24 months.

I've picked up a set as for the price you can't knock it - I wouldn't dream of spending anything like RRP on them however.

Besford

Good price but factor in the short life of these extra bright bulbs and … Good price but factor in the short life of these extra bright bulbs and you may want to stay with normal ones. Few people NEED extra bright bulbs these days.



That is a particularly silly statement. Anyone looking at high output bulbs is clearly not happy with the performance of their headlights, and the lights on some cars are pretty terrible.

The trade off for more output from an incandescent lamp is almost always shorter life, the two go pretty much hand in hand so it's not just the high output Osram lamps that have a shorter life than standard lamps.
Edited by: "mikerj" 14th Apr 2014

HistoricDealer

Sorry was on my phone.Philips Xtreme … Sorry was on my phone.Philips Xtreme Vision...http://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/c/Vauxhall_Corsa_1.2_2004/p/car-parts/car-electrics-and-car-lighting/lighting1/car-bulb/?48177022X&1&c80648ed77d1dd728a4e23082dc5a4f0f70a2bc1&000384(Ignore the corsa tag, just a default - they're H7's)




amazon.co.uk/Phi…WCG

£19.50 look the same.

I had Philips Extreme Vision and currently have these Osram Night breaker unlimited. They are a bit brighter than Philips but not by much. Both are about the same in regards of being 'white' colour. The reason I switched is 1 Philips lamp died after about a year and a half as well as these were a lot cheaper. I did not want to have different colour headlights so switched both for Osrams. Hope they will last longer but I am not holding my breath, most brighter lamps serve shorter period.

mikerj

That is a particularly silly statement. Anyone looking at high output … That is a particularly silly statement. Anyone looking at high output bulbs is clearly not happy with the performance of their headlights, and the lights on some cars are pretty terrible.The trade off for more output from an incandescent lamp is almost always shorter life, the two go pretty much hand in hand so it's not just the high output Osram lamps that have a shorter life than standard lamps.



YOU may not be happy with your factory fit bulb's light output, but the people being blinded by your stupid new bulbs definitely wont be!!! Learn how to drive according to conditions and then you wont NEED brighter lights!!!

frakison

YOU may not be happy with your factory fit bulb's light output, but the … YOU may not be happy with your factory fit bulb's light output, but the people being blinded by your stupid new bulbs definitely wont be!!! Learn how to drive according to conditions and then you wont NEED brighter lights!!!



One of the many bonuses of brighter bulbs is the ability to annoy people like you sir

frakison

YOU may not be happy with your factory fit bulb's light output, but the … YOU may not be happy with your factory fit bulb's light output, but the people being blinded by your stupid new bulbs definitely wont be!!! Learn how to drive according to conditions and then you wont NEED brighter lights!!!



What planet are you on? No one is being blinded by these headlight bulbs. All bulbs will only 'blind' (figuratively speaking of course) if angled incorrectly.

HID/Xenon bulbs wouldn't be legal if all bulbs brighter than basic ones blinded. Its the muppets self installing conversions of such bulbs (along with those forgetting to switch off their full beams) you want to throw your dummy at, not the users of these.
Edited by: "BorisTheSpider" 14th Apr 2014

If you have an old car with faded headlight plastic lenses, it's worthwhile machine polishing those. Just did mine with a foam pad on a random orbital sander, some meguiars plastx, and the increase in light output is great Plus they look shiny and brand new.

HistoricDealer

One of the many bonuses of brighter bulbs is the ability to annoy people … One of the many bonuses of brighter bulbs is the ability to annoy people like you sir



Typical airhead boy racer comment... stop sniffing petrol

BorisTheSpider

What planet are you on? No one is being blinded by these headlight bulbs. … What planet are you on? No one is being blinded by these headlight bulbs. All bulbs will only 'blind' (figuratively speaking of course) if angled incorrectly.HID/Xenon bulbs wouldn't be legal if all bulbs brighter than basic ones blinded. Its the muppets self installing conversions of such bulbs (along with those forgetting to switch off their full beams) you want to throw your dummy at, not the users of these.



I'm on the planet that says that manufacturers know what bulbs to install. 99% of us manage just fine on stock bulbs, if you are unable to see the road ahead without needing brighter bulbs, you either need to visit Specsavers or just SLOW DOWN, its not rocket science!!!

As for HID's, there have been calls to get them banned, I personally don't mind them as they are a purer light so don't affect me. However, just because my opinion differs to yours it does not mean that I am angry, annoyed or throwing my dummy out, it's not my fault that your lack of education and intelligence affects your ability to be rational

anewman

If you have an old car with faded headlight plastic lenses, it's … If you have an old car with faded headlight plastic lenses, it's worthwhile machine polishing those. Just did mine with a foam pad on a random orbital sander, some meguiars plastx, and the increase in light output is great Plus they look shiny and brand new.



That would be too logical for these muppets, why take time to correct a problem when you can just stuff a couple Nightsun bulbs on your Corsa

I have had a few of these and they are good bulb, but they do not last long 6 - 12 months (10k per year mileage)

I have had Osram nightbreaker plus bulbs fitted to my car for just over a year now and they were a big improvement over the ones that were fitted ( standard philips if I remember ), but then again the bulbs were probably original and starting to wear out.

As alot of people have mentioned these bulbs don't seam to last long despite the premium price, but for me personally with alot of A-road driving the extra safety they provide is worth the possible pay off of bulb lifespan.

mikerj

That is a particularly silly statement. The trade off for more output … That is a particularly silly statement. The trade off for more output from an incandescent lamp is almost always shorter life, the two go pretty much hand in hand so it's not just the high output Osram lamps that have a shorter life than standard lamps.



So you agree then!
Edited by: "Besford" 14th Apr 2014

zippyGTE

surely the length of time they last depends on how much use they get.if … surely the length of time they last depends on how much use they get.if you are a taxi driver on nights it'll be short or if miss daisy who only goes afternoon shopping they will last forever.:p



It would appear that a couple of blown bulbs are a legal requirement for taxis!

Bikerdanny

I have had Osram nightbreaker plus bulbs fitted to my car for just over a … I have had Osram nightbreaker plus bulbs fitted to my car for just over a year now and they were a big improvement over the ones that were fitted ( standard philips if I remember ), but then again the bulbs were probably original and starting to wear out. As alot of people have mentioned these bulbs don't seam to last long despite the premium price, but for me personally with alot of A-road driving the extra safety they provide is worth the possible pay off of bulb lifespan.



.... or like I said above, just drive according to the conditions?!?!? If you're driving an A-road that you are unfamiliar with, just slow down and use the bloody road signs (they are not placed there for decoration!!!) and you wont go far wrong. I just cant believe the mentality that is being employed here, its ridiculous

Besford

It would appear that a couple of blown bulbs are a legal requirement for … It would appear that a couple of blown bulbs are a legal requirement for taxis!



LOL, seems to be the fashion for most cars nowadays!!!!

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frakison

Typical airhead boy racer comment... stop sniffing petrol



Long time since I've been called a boy racer!

You've cheered me up no end with that!

frakison

I'm on the planet that says that manufacturers know what bulbs to … I'm on the planet that says that manufacturers know what bulbs to install. 99% of us manage just fine on stock bulbs, if you are unable to see the road ahead without needing brighter bulbs, you either need to visit Specsavers or just SLOW DOWN, its not rocket science!!!As for HID's, there have been calls to get them banned, I personally don't mind them as they are a purer light so don't affect me. However, just because my opinion differs to yours it does not mean that I am angry, annoyed or throwing my dummy out, it's not my fault that your lack of education and intelligence affects your ability to be rational



Hold on. You've come on here to have a moan based on your assumption that everyone using these is doing so to enable them to drive faster, yet claim i'm being irrational?

And as for trying to comment on my education and intelligence, perhaps you should first reflect upon your own. Anyone with just a little of both should be able to conclude that people may not wish to simply 'manage fine with stock bulbs'. it's about being able to see better when driving. it's SAFER.

You can repeatedly tell people to "drive according to the conditions", but doing so does not prevent the unexpected, for which better vision is undoubtedly beneficial.

BorisTheSpider

Hold on. You've come on here to have a moan based on your assumption that … Hold on. You've come on here to have a moan based on your assumption that everyone using these is doing so to enable them to drive faster, yet claim i'm being irrational? :DAnd as for trying to comment on my education and intelligence, perhaps you should first reflect upon your own. Anyone with just a little of both should be able to conclude that people may not wish to simply 'manage fine with stock bulbs'. it's about being able to see better when driving. it's SAFER.You can repeatedly tell people to "drive according to the conditions", but doing so does not prevent the unexpected, for which better vision is undoubtedly beneficial.



.. because better lights prevent the unexpected don't they *facepalm* No point in continuing, you get your brighter lights to subsidise your lack of driving proficiency and I'll stick to plain old simple driving experience and skills!!
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