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    Hi Guys,
    Has anyone ever tried these bulbs. I just found them tonight whilst trying to get some decent bulbs for my car. I'm not going HID as i basically can't be bothered but I thought i may give these a try.

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    Tried some similar to those, didn't seem to make much difference though.
     
     

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    There well expensiive mate, you can get them for £3, can remember where i saw then but will look today for youi
     
     

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    Try MStyle.... Best bulbs I have had, a much whiter light
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjb320 View Post
    There well expensiive mate, you can get them for £3, can remember where i saw then but will look today for youi
    Only if you want the blue coating to peel within the year
     
     

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    I added some Xenon ones i got from E-bay, they look nice, i'm yet to drive in the dark to see the results.... I guess summer has a bearing on that though...

    Cost me £12

    4 x Main & 2 x side
     
     

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    Get some Philips Xtreme Power ones, they are about £20 and are proven!
     
     

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    I tried numerous bulbs and although I found some good ones, nothing can beat a full xenon conversion on your car, would never go back, amazing and can be done for under £50
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevz65 View Post
    Get some Philips Xtreme Power ones, they are about £20 and are proven!
    I have had a look on www.powerbulbs.com and they dont seem to do philips x-treme in h1 fitment :(
    I probably will go down the HID line eventually but not right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Class-- View Post
    I have had a look on www.powerbulbs.com and they dont seem to do philips x-treme in h1 fitment :(
    I probably will go down the HID line eventually but not right now

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    Edit: How about these? http://www.powerbulbs.com/product_detail.asp?prod=22


    Osram Nightbreakers aren't too bad either, have a looksie!

    Better than all that fake "xenon look" bulbs from ebay etc...

    Better yet fit a HID kit, I would do it but I'm broke at the moment and I can't be bothered!

     
     

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