Philips Xtreme Vision PLUS 130% Extra Light - H1, H4, H7 £19.99 @ EuroCarParts
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Philips Xtreme Vision PLUS 130% Extra Light - H1, H4, H7 £19.99 @ EuroCarParts

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Found 17th Nov 2014
Philips Xtreme Vision PLUS 130% Extra Light - available in H1, H4, H7

amazon at £29.65 for H4 & H1 set, £38.25 for H7.

Philips X-treme Vision +130% is the latest generation of the popular X-treme Vision range and has been created to improve the styling of your car and more significantly, the brightness of the beam for a higher quality driving experience. The Philips X-treme Vision +130% range delivers up to 130% more brightness on the road and produces a beam of up to 130 metres; the headlight bulbs provide ultimate visibility and performance. The beam length enables the driver to see up to 45 metres further in comparison to a standard headlamp, allowing for an extra 2 seconds of reaction time. The light provided by the Philips X-treme Vision +130% is up to 20% whiter than standard halogen bulbs, due to a colour temperature of 3700 Kelvin and Philips' Gradient Coating Technology. Philips X-treme Vision +130% bulbs are ECE certified and constructed from high-quality UV-Quartz glass.

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Was looking at these a few days ago but opted for the Osram Nightbreakers instead @ £12.20 for a pair of H4 on Amazon.

The marketing blurb is pretty much the same on both.

Brightness are amazing on these.

the ones in the eBay link are 100w .. aren't they illegal in the UK?

After trying these out (and they are great, but only lasted 5 months), I went for a cheaper option and have found these to be almost identical except in terms of price: H1 + H7 (pairs) for only £8.72 on ebay. 4 months later and they're still going strong. They're a little bit 'whiter' but I don't think that's a bad thing.
Edited by: "Darwa" 17th Nov 2014

polarbaba

the ones in the eBay link are 100w .. aren't they illegal in the UK?



Nah, there's actually no limit as long as it has an E number. eg E11 means European (approved) in country 11 (United Kingdom). However, if your car isn't designed to use bulbs of that power (note: power and NOT brightness) then you run the risk of melting stuff like headlight lens, rubber seals etc.

i had these bulb .good light not long lasting .
tried twice .
using osram and lidl ones r better .

why don't they include HB3 in these offers

I purchase yesterday not noticeably brighter than the +80 they replaced. But good price.

Yeah I've had these before but they don't last very long. Had better results from Ring Xenon.

Regarding the 100w bulbs your car will fail an mot if you have those fitted. An E mark doesn't really mean anything, the manufacturer in the far East can stamp that on if it means they'll get more sales.

Looks Good !! I ordered some Sat morning still waiting looks they could be out of stock !

not a bad price at all

click and collect at ecp its poor and never in stock unless you walk into the shop, when they magically appear in stock for you at £39.99. not good if you need them today. still a great price if you can wait.

Darwa

After trying these out (and they are great, but only lasted 5 months), I … After trying these out (and they are great, but only lasted 5 months), I went for a cheaper option and have found these to be almost identical except in terms of price: H1 + H7 (pairs) for only £8.72 on ebay. 4 months later and they're still going strong. They're a little bit 'whiter' but I don't think that's a bad thing.


got the same ones only different fitment found high beam to be great but low beam to suck.

I'll wait for Amazon to match, can't be bothered with yet another account on another website sending me spam and paper catalogs for a couple of bulbs.

Good deal though so hot from me.

Philips Xtreme Vision PLUS 130% Extra Light - H7 Twin Pack

£20 at Europarts:


eurocarparts.com/ecp…847
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