Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Philips 12972XV+S2 X-tremeVision Car Headlight Bulb, H7 12V, 55W Halogen, 2-Pack [Packaging type S2] £17.20 + £2.99 NP @ Amazon
153° Expired

Philips 12972XV+S2 X-tremeVision Car Headlight Bulb, H7 12V, 55W Halogen, 2-Pack [Packaging type S2] £17.20 + £2.99 NP @ Amazon

£17.20£20.2415%Amazon Deals
9
Posted 26th Nov 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Might not be a great discount, but £3 cheaper than usually.
Community Updates
If you click through or buy, retailers may pay hotukdeals some money, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.

Groups

9 Comments
Nice find, these or Osram Nightbreaker Next Generation??
GW6126/11/2019 18:56

Nice find, these or Osram Nightbreaker Next Generation??


These have a longer life (as far as my research says). Also keep in mind most of these last for up to 450hrs so don’t use them unless necessary lol
Dleven26/11/2019 19:25

These have a longer life (as far as my research says). Also keep in mind …These have a longer life (as far as my research says). Also keep in mind most of these last for up to 450hrs so don’t use them unless necessary lol


Thanks
GW6126/11/2019 19:54

Thanks


I've tried nightbreakers and these and these are def just as bright but do definitely last alot longer, used to find nightbreakers only lasted me 12 months before 1 went and the 2nd would usually follow shortly after the 1st
These bulbs lasted me years, standard bulbs every 12 months or so, that was on a volvo s60, worth it imo, brighter than stock, not hugely but it helped
I have these in my MK6 Golf and they've lasted me nearly 2 years and counting. Excellent bulbs. Think I paid near £25 so heat from me
Most of drivers find their standard halogen lights are not bright even. The tech is there, HID have been around 20 years for motor vehicles and can be cheaply made. It just the car makers mark up the price so much it becomes an expensive add on option.

A set of aftermarket 55w hid kit are around £15. I have HID for my car and a set of replacement bulbs cost under a tenner and does the same job as the £100 branded ones. I pretty much hated the standard halogen bulbs in car.
MOJOoo729/11/2019 16:24

Most of drivers find their standard halogen lights are not bright even. …Most of drivers find their standard halogen lights are not bright even. The tech is there, HID have been around 20 years for motor vehicles and can be cheaply made. It just the car makers mark up the price so much it becomes an expensive add on option. A set of aftermarket 55w hid kit are around £15. I have HID for my car and a set of replacement bulbs cost under a tenner and does the same job as the £100 branded ones. I pretty much hated the standard halogen bulbs in car.


Not every car is compatible with HID kits. The new law requirements are quite strict, and if your car does not have headlight washers and self levelling then you will fail mot. You can install them but will cost a bit.

Reference:
gov.uk/gov…mps
I have first used hid about a decade ago. Yes only on projectors style lens now. It can still pass an mot without headlight washers and self levelling.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text