Philips Xtreme Vision PLUS 130% Extra Light - H7 Twin Pack £19.99 @ EuroCarParts
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Philips Xtreme Vision PLUS 130% Extra Light - H7 Twin Pack £19.99 @ EuroCarParts

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Found 22nd Dec 2014
Saw these on offer at ECP earlier when looking for some replacement bulbs. Last much longer that the Osram Nightbreaker bulbs I've had in the past. Great price on these super bright halogen bulbs.

Free click and collect or delivery for £1.99.

Just noticed, a further 5% discount using code TWEET5 for orders over £20

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- Mr Mac

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These do review quite well too. Been wondering whether to make the decision and buy some. The night breakers have a bad rep for longevity. Would be good to hear anyone's experience with these?

My experience is that I'm blinded with people driving towards me with these things!

Does that count?!

2p more expensive at Amazon but free delivery with prime if that's any better for anyone

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deeplink

These do review quite well too. Been wondering whether to make the … These do review quite well too. Been wondering whether to make the decision and buy some. The night breakers have a bad rep for longevity. Would be good to hear anyone's experience with these?



I've had these in my car for the last 18 months or so. Very bright (if your lights are setup correctly then they shouldn't blind other road users) certainly more so than the normal bulbs. Very white light too. Longer lasting that Osram. I wouldn't buy other bulbs now to be honest, especially at this price.

sjohnst4

2p more expensive at Amazon but free delivery with prime if that's any … 2p more expensive at Amazon but free delivery with prime if that's any better for anyone


They're the H4 bulbs, not H7.

I have these in my Scenic now, and before these I had Nightbreakers.
To be honest I prefer the Nightbreakers.
Both give far superior light than standard, but the Osrams light is much whiter than the Philips which still gives off a yellow tinge

I had the Nightbreak Plus bulbs in my previous car, and they're still fairly yellow. You'll struggle to get anywhere near a xenon look from halogen bulbs. The nearest I've found are the Ultra 5000k bulbs, but the light colour comes at a cost of reduced light output. They're perfectly fine if you drive mainly on roads that are lit, but I would advise against them if you drive mainly on unlit B roads/country lanes.




Edited by: "theshabster" 23rd Dec 2014

The price is good, i purchased some when originally posted a few weeks ago. Thet are not really noticably different to their +80 builbs though.

For me phillips last much longer than nighbreaker+

Calvin_

My experience is that I'm blinded with people driving towards me with … My experience is that I'm blinded with people driving towards me with these things! Does that count?! [/quote[quote=Calvin_]My experience is that I'm blinded with people driving towards me with these things! Does that count?!



You can see they are philips bulbs?

more likely xenons/hids

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Lorian

You can see they are philips bulbs? more likely xenons/hids


You're right. After market HID kits in reflector lenses. Proper projector lenses are fine. They really should clamp down on this with MOTs.

thesanchez

You're right. After market HID kits in reflector lenses. Proper projector … You're right. After market HID kits in reflector lenses. Proper projector lenses are fine. They really should clamp down on this with MOTs.



Chances are that those who have them installed either aren't due an MOT with the car being under 3 years old, they remove them prior to MOT, or they know a friendly MOT tester.

The law now states that any car running HID's must have the correct projector lenses, be auto leveling, and also have working headlight washers (if the car came with them from factory).

Edited by: "theshabster" 23rd Dec 2014

Use code extra5 on any spend gets it down to £18.99 plus quidco too!
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