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Philips X-tremeVision +130% H7 Car Headlight Bulb Amazon (Prime or add £3.99)
Philips X-tremeVision +130% H7 Car Headlight Bulb Amazon (Prime or add £3.99)

Philips X-tremeVision +130% H7 Car Headlight Bulb Amazon (Prime or add £3.99)

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I paid £23 for these last year. £18.90 seems a good deal, cheapest I've found.

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can cold voters post a better deal as I am looking for some extra bright bulbs?

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col11

can cold voters post a better deal as I am looking for some extra bright … can cold voters post a better deal as I am looking for some extra bright bulbs?



My bad. I hadn't realised that it was a Prime only deal. I've amended the link so it points to the eBay page, as that's £18.90 with free postage.

I had a pair of Philips X-tremeVision bulbs a couple of years ago and, while they were very bright, I found their life to poor. The first bulb failed after around three months and the second in less than 6 months. I've been using Osram Nightbreakers since and find them to be just as bright and both bulbs are still working 18+ months later.

planehazza

My bad. I hadn't realised that it was a Prime only deal. I've amended … My bad. I hadn't realised that it was a Prime only deal. I've amended the link so it points to the eBay page, as that's £18.90 with free postage.



​I was not knocking your deal (I have prime) I wanted to know why it was cold and if the cold voters had a better deal

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col11

​I was not knocking your deal (I have prime) I wanted to know why it was … ​I was not knocking your deal (I have prime) I wanted to know why it was cold and if the cold voters had a better deal



​I know I was just commenting on why it was obviously being marked as cold. Check my other deal mate

slowcyclist

I had a pair of Philips X-tremeVision bulbs a couple of years ago and, … I had a pair of Philips X-tremeVision bulbs a couple of years ago and, while they were very bright, I found their life to poor. The first bulb failed after around three months and the second in less than 6 months. I've been using Osram Nightbreakers since and find them to be just as bright and both bulbs are still working 18+ months later.



Tee hee.I have just gone the opposite way myself with the headlights as both my Osram's failed within 4 months and bought these in September this year. Good bright light, cannot comment on the length they will work, but I paid the same back in September as they are now.

slowcyclist

I had a pair of Philips X-tremeVision bulbs a couple of years ago and, … I had a pair of Philips X-tremeVision bulbs a couple of years ago and, while they were very bright, I found their life to poor. The first bulb failed after around three months and the second in less than 6 months. I've been using Osram Nightbreakers since and find them to be just as bright and both bulbs are still working 18+ months later.



​All these xenon/extra bright lights are the same, less life and more expensive. Makes no sense unless you have a new car or live down a dark country lane. They look awful on old cars, such as 15+ old Honda accord I saw other day.

I did by some Philips bulbs though for my car, long life ecovision bulbs that is

DarkReborn11

​All these xenon/extra bright lights are the same, less life and more e … ​All these xenon/extra bright lights are the same, less life and more expensive. Makes no sense unless you have a new car or live down a dark country lane. They look awful on old cars, such as 15+ old Honda accord I saw other day.I did by some Philips bulbs though for my car, long life ecovision bulbs that is



I'm actually not at all interested in whether they look good fitted to mar car, I'm interested in whether they illuminate the road better when I'm driving my car. Both the Philips and the Osram are significantly brighter than most OEM halogen or xenon bulbs (not to be confused with the HID xenon systems) and improve visibility greatly when driving. They also provide a whiter light than yellow-ish colour generated by many of the cheaper OEM bulbs which again improves visibility and, I find, is less tiring on the eyes. Are you confusing these with the bulbs that are intended to mimic the blue-ish output of the HID systems?
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