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Twin pack car headlamp bulbs H4 or H7 £1 @ Poundworld
Twin pack car headlamp bulbs H4 or H7 £1 @ Poundworld

Twin pack car headlamp bulbs H4 or H7 £1 @ Poundworld

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found these in poundworld today
Brand - Lifetime cars
Fitting - H4
Type - 12V, 60/55W
30% brighter

I dont know what they like yet but at this price it's well worth a try as a twin pack in places like halfords is around £10!
they also had a H7 twinpack

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Original Poster

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This is what the pack looks like but they only had H4 and H7, NOT H1
Edited by: "col11" 11th Dec 2010

What a steal! Got a pack of 2 H7s last week on ebay for around £1.90 last week, but this is an absolute bargain.

I'm not sure if these would be that good.

But as a set of emergency bulbs they are a great price.

these only last a few weeks! you better of getting a decent brand for few quid more!

Original Poster

phonetechy

these only last a few weeks! you better of getting a decent brand for few … these only last a few weeks! you better of getting a decent brand for few quid more!

Can you post a link for a decent brand
twin pack of H4 for just a few quid more please?
Edited by: "col11" 11th Dec 2010

blinding!

My own experience of these bulbs isn`t very good as having fitted 2 of them on my brothers Cavalier both only lasted around 3 weeks before packing up, on removing them i found that both bulbs had not only blown but that the glass of the bulbs had melted too!!

fantastic... buy them

even if these last a eighth of a time of the halfords one theyre a bargain

i think halfrauds retail at 7.99 for one!

the last 2 times my headlight bulb has gone was 5.30 in the morning when I came out to go to work
had a set of these from LIDI in my car came in very handy bought three sets from pound-land the
other week.

Keep an eye out for the emergency bulb packs they sell as well.
Headlight, tail light , indicator and a festoon bulb complete with a couple of fuses too

I have owned an old car to begin with for 6 years and never replaced the headlamp bulbs, tbh in 20 years of driving i have never replaced headlamp bulbs !!

If you need to replace the bulbs buy a brand name from fleabay, you can buy a pair of osram nightbreakers for £10 which will improve night vision but may not last as long as normal manufactured parts but still a lot longer than these dindi ones from taiwan.

Edited by: "sedj" 11th Dec 2010

They are not as bright as manufacturers bulbs and what do they mean 30% brighter than what?

Good price but ditto to what Vahalla1 said...

Be aware...
Last time I used these they melted after a few weeks, stuck to my reflector and also damaged the front of the headlamp.
Saving a few quid cost me over £100

sedj

I have owned an old car to begin with for 6 years and never replaced the … I have owned an old car to begin with for 6 years and never replaced the headlamp bulbs, tbh in 20 years of driving i have never replaced headlamp bulbs !!



You're missing out mate, you should try driving an Alfa. Needs a bulb a week.

Original Poster

sedj
"I have owned an old car to begin with for 6 years and never replaced the headlamp bulbs, tbh in 20 years of driving i have never replaced headlamp bulbs !!"

Oh lucky you, but not everybody can afford to change there car every time a bulb go's lol

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