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OSRAM XENARC NIGHT BREAKER UNLIMITED D2S xenon £35.67 @ Amazon
OSRAM XENARC NIGHT BREAKER UNLIMITED D2S xenon £35.67 @ Amazon

OSRAM XENARC NIGHT BREAKER UNLIMITED D2S xenon £35.67 @ Amazon

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The new Osram night breaker unlimited D2S is best on market. Amazon sell twin pack for £99 which is cheapest I could find on web, but offer on the single pack of £35.67 is delivered and supplied by amazon, but be fast dont think the price will stay low for long..
Just look on youtube and see the difference! youtube.com/wat…KNM
The new OSRAM XENARC® NIGHT BREAKER UNLIMITED provides up to 70% more light on the road compared to a standard OSRAM HID Xenarc OE bulb giving the perfect road illumination. With a colour temperature of 4350 Kelvin and a 20m longer beam than from a standard HID bulb then the NIGHT BREAKER UNLIMITED is designed for driving in those dark winter nights.

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Great price for a decent XENON

Nice

Whoever votes this cold, obviously doesn't need one. I bought cheap D2Ss from eBay and they were pants. I bought two from Halfrauds for £59.99 each and they've lasted over two years. This IS a very good price for this bulb. Voted hot

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minifish33

Whoever votes this cold, obviously doesn't need one. I bought cheap D2Ss … Whoever votes this cold, obviously doesn't need one. I bought cheap D2Ss from eBay and they were pants. I bought two from Halfrauds for £59.99 each and they've lasted over two years. This IS a very good price for this bulb. Voted hot


Not in for the votes, just passing on best deal on web. obvoulsy people who are voting cold have no idea what these are and compairing to standard bulbs which can get for £10-£20

Buy cheap, buy twice!

Very, very good price! Why the cold votes?

KiretoX

Very, very good price! Why the cold votes?



I don't think people realise what and how much xenon bulbs cost. Most people who browse around here can probably not afford a car that uses factory fit xenons..

Are these genuine? Apparently so many fakes on the market that even the authorised resellers stock them by mistake

Dinnie

Are these genuine? Apparently so many fakes on the market that even the … Are these genuine? Apparently so many fakes on the market that even the authorised resellers stock them by mistake


No way to find out, but if you are afraid to buy them from Amazon then the only choice might be to buy _some_ brand from the official car dealership. I would trust Amazon in this case as they might come directly from amazon Germany, i guess bulbs might be also made in Germany.

I'm tempted to buy these for my 2002 Laguna II, but then again I've got some (original?) Philips bulbs that should last few more years.
Edited by: "KiretoX" 2nd Aug 2014

My car is 2004 - I'm thinking the same whether fitting new ones will make a huge difference or just stick to what I've got until they've blown.

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Dinnie

My car is 2004 - I'm thinking the same whether fitting new ones will make … My car is 2004 - I'm thinking the same whether fitting new ones will make a huge difference or just stick to what I've got until they've blown.


On youtube you can see the difference Youtube review
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