This has to be the best value cable on the market at the moment
Well.....We've all learnt something from this....
100% true. It's basically a smart relay that communicates with the car
Its exactly the same as a phone or tablet..... You plug the 'charger' into the wall then the device decides how much charge it will accept, car isnt any different..... Its a simple push/pull action. Regardless of what term you want to assign to each device my original point still stands and you and your argumentative mate can find a wall to argue with as im bored with it all now. Simple fact is the car will only charge as fast as A - the car will accept the charge (not an issue in domestic setting) B - The speed the cable will accept Both points the original commentor made; And C - The speed the wall charger will send the charge The bottlenacks in this case being B and C. The point I rightly made was that if you use a cable capable of 7kw + speeds and your wall charger on charges at up to 3.4kw then it will only charge at 3.4kw And a granny lead is not simply a cable..... It has electronics built in which is a mini version of a wall charger, or more simply a larger version of a usb wall charger for your car. A simple cable would imply that it would be something like a kettle lead or figure 8 lead which it is not. Either way there are electronics on both ends which send and receive charge, if you want to call the car end a charger as well as the wall end thats fine. But the wall end is still a charger.
You are almost right, you could almost do that, but I wouldn't. EV cars have the charger onboard that's how you can plug it in to an ordinary household 3 pin socket and it will charge, known as using a granny lead cos it's so slow. The car tells the wallbox how much power it can take and the wallbox controls the power supply. The wallbox is NOT a charger. (y)
Posted 30th Mar 2020Posted 30th Mar 2020
Wurth Super Quick Fresh Citrus Air Freshener 150ml £7.49 at Power Bulbs£7.49
OP this is a air con sanitizer that why it's expensive. https://www.coxmotorparts.co.uk/honda-shop/wurth-super-quick-fresh-citrus-aircon-sanitizer-150ml/?gclid=CjwKCAjw95D0BRBFEiwAcO1KDGHG2TQaRsl9quAa0n3_jWFX2ued0qXHjERAe1Sk_zqZoKkLs-lyKBoC9YIQAvD_BwE
What does "super quick fresh" smell like? Sounds like an Essex-aimed feminine hygiene product.
My car doesn't smell, and if it did I'd be unlikely to spend over £7 to get rid of it. Down from £15! Some businesses deserve to go bust, don't they?
Is this much different to neutradol spray (£1)?
Posted 30th Mar 2020Posted 30th Mar 2020
Fuchs Titan XTR 5w-30 Engine Oil 5 Litres £17.24 at Power Bulbs£17.24
Osram night breaker laser are a better bulbs. Just changed mine for £11 a pair from Euro Car Parts 50% off offer. My mate has the Philips and you can tell the difference. I would keep your eye on HUKD for offers on the Osrams. https://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/p/car-parts/car-electrics-and-car-lighting/lighting1/car-bulb/?48177022X&1&cc5_847
More White than yellow. I can see the difference in my car but they are not definitely white.
Only 6 month warranty. Their GE Megalight bulbs are the same price, not a lot less bright at all and 12 month guarantee. Still heat though.
Are they white white colour?
Posted 19th Oct 2018Posted 19th Oct 2018
20% off everything for bulbs for your car @ Power Bulbs£14.99
Right yes some of you can go to BnM or home bargains to get cheap bulbs. you know these won't last a couple of months as its why its so cheap right. so why not pay that lil extra for a pretty decent bulb and it's much stronger for you to see in the DARK and that's why you have to spend a bit more to see more. Anyway I bought 2 and saved over 25 pounds so am happy with that and its about saving at the end of the day
Go to Home Bargains or B&M for a spare bulb kit you get more for your money and the most you'll spend is £5. Link to the expensive B&M product, home bargains is cheaper. https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/rac-universal-car-bulb-kit-328025
I refuse to pay more than £5 for a decent make bulb. Cold.
Power bulbs have a 20% discount code on almost permanently. The code itself changes but it's rare the 20% isn't on.
Posted 13th Dec 2014Posted 13th Dec 2014
Philips PY21W LED indicator bulbs £31.16 incl 20%off, delivery and free 501 sidelights. @ powerbulbs£31.16
Best price for this product. Was £54.99 Now £38.95 30% off at checkout with code 'happyxmas' Total £32.16 Includes: Free load resistors Free Osram 501 sidelight bulbs Free delive… Read more
I've always used LED bulbs and has no problems with MOTs. I clip my load resistors on with scotch locks.
Reading the spec it says interior use. Would I fail the MOT with these fitted and are the Canbus adapters someting you have to solder into the loom?? "Please be aware that this range of Philips X-treme Vision Festoon LED bulbs is designed for interior use. They can be used in an exterior application but it is not road legal to do and, in addition, due to technical differences between LED and halogen technology, a vehicle warning light may be triggered depending on the configuration of your vehicle. This is more likely to happen if your car was manufactured after 2005. This pack contains two Philips CANbus warning cancellers for LED lamps to solve this issue."
Freedom of speech is a great thing. Except for me.
Those are H4 not H7 Try again
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http://www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk/H7-Philips-X-treme-Power-80-bulbs-pair.html shows them at £27.75, your link don't work.
Good deal, I ordered a pair of H4 from autobulbsdirect.com nearly 2 weeks ago and I'm still waiting for them. This starts at the same price but 10% discount & Quidco make it cheaper - anybody know if they can get them to you in under 10 days?
Posted 23rd Apr 2009Posted 23rd Apr 2009
Philips X-Treme Power H4 headlight bulbs (Twin pack) @ Powerbulbs Only £19.99 FREE Delivery And FREE Philips Blue Vision Sidelight Bulbs£19.99
Philips X-Treme Power H4 PHILIPS EXTREME POWER AUTO EXPRESS ACCESSORY OF THE YEAR WINNER OF 'BEST BUY' - AUTO EXPRESS BULB TESTS (2007 & 2008) *** UP TO 25% OFF THE NORMAL R… Read more
H7s have same offer of free sidelights but are £25 quid. Still good deal though.
Excellent deal for excellent bulbs, such a difference from standard yellow bulbs. Bought these a few weeks back from there for £22.99 with the free sidelights, and worth every penny. At this price, they are even better! Heat added!
they are £14.99 for a single in halfords so this is a good deals guys, esp with free sidelight bulbs. the site also lets u put in your car so u will know if it fits
They work out to be about £17 - £18 with postage on E-bay. yet with this deal you get the sidelight bulbs for FREE, try getting that on E-bay:whistling: