Clearly better than standard
These bulbs are quite different to standard globes, seemingly brighter & certainly whiter. Packaged with a pair of blue bulbs for marker/park lights in a fancy plastic jewel case. There not cheap at all & although they seem pretty effective they are, in my opinion over priced for what are essentially just slightly white headlight bulbs. If they last a few years I'll be happy
Not white enough to be called white vision
Considering the price and brand, this product has reasonable brightness and range. Very outstanding as a halogen light bulb. However the actual color does not appear to be white. Instead, the color is more like 4000K. If you are after a decent look of HID tyoe lights just get a proper HID kit. Halogen bulbs are just not good enough.
Good upgrade of halogen headlight for all cars running H7 12V 55W bulbs. Just don't believe the "xe
I've recently fitted these to a MY 2002 BMW E46 3-series. The car is running halogen headlights for both low and high beam (separate reflectors/bulbs).
Philips claims "Maximum whiteness, ultimate brightness"
"The new Philips WhiteVision halogen headlamp delivers an intense, white light with up to 4100 K color temperature, 20% whiter light for ultimate style, and 40% more light* on the road for increased visibility and maximum safety. " (courtesy of Philips website)
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Questions & Answers
Would be suitable for Volkswagen Golf mk7 2013?
Good question, I would suggest you check in the operating manual for the car, the bulb type is usually listed (unless the car is fitted with Xenon HID lamps, in which case it will state something like "the lights contain high voltage and must be replaced by the dealer/service centre"). If you can't find the information in the operating manual, see if you can remove the old bulb, the type will be listed on the base of the bulb. Hope that helps.
Can this fit in the below car? or the H4 version?
2003 Toyota Estima/Tarago/Previa (ACR30 V6 3.0)
Thanks for contacting us through here. As this is quite a specific product group, we think it's best to contact our Automotive Lighting department directly. They sure will be able to answer your question. You can contact them through here: https://www.philips.com.au/c-w/support-home/support-contact-page.html#n62Contact=AUTOMOTIVE_GR%2BCAR_LIGHTS_CA
Wishing you all the best!
The Philips Australia team
Is Philips intending to broaden the range of their White Vision Ultra to include both the HB3 and H11 bulbs in twin packs. If so, then when are they expected to be released onto the Australian market? John C.
Thank you for your question. We'd recommend reaching out to our colleagues from the lighting department regarding the availability of HB3 and H11 bulbs. They might be able to share some more information about this. You can reach them at: 1300 304 404.
The Philips Australia Team.
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